Eufy’s EverCam is a wireless security camera. It has Anker batteries that last for up to a year per charge. It has a 1080p 140º camera, motion and face recognition, night vision, a microphone, a speaker, and its base station has an SD card slot for local backups.
The Auxx-Lift is more affordable than many other ceiling storage systems yet is also easy to use and install. It comes with a remote control that can be used to operate up to two units. It has a 4ft x 8ft platform and two 0.5hp motors. Available in 400lb or 600lb capacity.
Paying $8 for a roll of paper towels sounds ridiculous. But Bambooee is not made of paper. It’s made of bamboo, which makes it washable and much more durable and absorbent. It looks and works like a paper towel, but you can rinse or wash each sheet up to 100 times.
The Mycroft Mark II is a voice-operated A.I. assistant. Unlike Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri, it’s open source, which means any programmer can inspect and improve its software. It also won’t sell your data to advertisers, and by default it does not store your voice prompts.
Heatworks’ Tetra is a dishwasher that sits right on your kitchen counter. You simply place half a gallon of water in it and it does the rest. Its racks can be replaced to hold different types of tableware. It can even clean other objects and steam food. Drops 12/2018 for $299.
WaterBrick’s signature product is a stackable and durable BPA-free plastic container that totes up to 3.5 gal of water or 27 lb of dry food. There’s also a 1.6 gal variant, one that has a wide opening, and one that’s filled with vehicle emergency supplies.