Koleda claims that its Solus radiator converts 100% of electricity to heat, thanks to its graphene-based heating element. It has a thermoregulator, weighs under 10lb, is only 0.4″ thick and has a minimalist design. It can be powered via AC or DC.
The Kangaroo Motion Sensor is a no-frills home security solution. Just stick it to your wall or floor, connect it to your Wi-Fi network and you’re good to go. You’ll receive notifications via its app. It’s smart enough to ignore movement from pets, and only detects people.
Want to automate your lighting without replacing your existing bulbs with smart ones? Check out Orro. It’s a tiny computer in the form of a touchscreen light switch. It uses sensors to detect your presence and automatically adjust your lights, whether they’re dimmable or not.
With the Terra robot mower, iRobot aims to do for mowing lawns what its Roomba did for vacuuming homes. It uses standalone beacons and smart mapping technology to efficiently mow without the need for boundary wires or digging. It will be available in the USA soon.
Tushy’s bidet fastens on to most toilet seats and can be set up in minutes without an electrician or plumber. It features a switch to adjust the angle of the self-cleaning nozzle and a knob to adjust the water pressure. You can get it in various colors here.
Wisejet’s two-part gadget lets you wirelessly mirror the screen of a USB-C device to an HDMI display up to 10 yards away. It doesn’t need an internet connection or even local Wi-Fi to work. Just plug in the transmitter to your USB-C device and the receiver to your HDMI display.
Like zippered bags, Zip Tops don’t need lids and are perfect for storing leftovers. Unlike zippered bags, Zip Tops are great for storing liquids. Made from silicone, they’re reusable, and can be put in the microwave, dishwasher, freezer, or even the oven up to 425ºF.
HP’s Tango printer is designed to be used primarily with its companion app. It lets you print both via a Wi-Fi and a data connection, scan and share documents, even automatically order ink refills. It also works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana.
Brewjacket’s Beermkr makes brewing craft beer easier than cooking. Order a beer kit, put the ingredients in, turn the machine on and wait. After a week you have a gallon of fresh beer that you can store in the included dispenser. You can order premade kits or create your own.