If here, then that. Dot is a Bluetooth accessory that makes phones and other smart gadgets give you the right information at the right place. For example, it can open a map app when you enter your car, send shopping reminders when you pass your fridge, and more.
We upgraded from a windshield-mount radar detector to a in-car system from K40 and installed by Abt Electronics. This stealthy system filters out all the false alarms, comes with a warranty against tickets, and offers optional laser defusers. More on Technabob.
Wooden peripheral maker Grovemade teamed up with industrial designer Joey Roth to create a pair of beautiful speakers. Made of either solid maple or walnut, the speakers are CNC-machined on the inside with a back-loaded horn design to increase bass and reduce distortion.
A photography drone with several automatic tracking modes and a 3-axis gimbal that’s compatible with all GoPro cameras. Staaker can follow you from up to 165ft away thanks to the wearable tracker. It can fly at up to 50mph and lasts up to 30 min on its swappable battery.
Formerly known as Hemingwrite, this minimal device for writers offers a Cherry MX mechanical keyboard, a basic word processor, and displays your words on its front-lit E-ink display. It stores a million pages, or Wi-Fi syncs docs to email or the cloud. Ships 9/16.
A simple but much-needed accessory for GoPro cameras. The Switchback has a quick-release mechanism that stays attached to your camera, while its base is compatible with practically all GoPro mounts. It also lets you rotate the camera in 90º increments while it’s mounted.