Towards the end of last year, Trunki – best known for its ride-on suitcases for kids – unveiled a carry-on bag for grown-ups. The Jurni is aimed at making travel more bearable by allowing users to sit on it to rest, ride on it when queueing and pull it along like a conventional wheeled case. Intrigued by the concept, we put one through its paces.Read More
Would you be more likely to edit all of that action camera and drone footage you've got sitting on memory cards if you could do it on your TV rather than a computer? That's the logic behind Sugarlock, a video editing box which plugs into your TV and lets you edit and share footage using a smartphone as a remote.Read More
Hong Kong-based Zorloo has followed last year's inexpensive but very capable Z:ero digital earphones with what's described as a complete musical system. Like the previous models, the Aero in-ears ignore the source device's own (often poor) audio system and route the signal to the earphones over a digital audio connection. Three interface varieties are being supported and, in a modular twist, users can swap out driver modules to change the sound being thrown down their ears.Read More
Moodbox mightn't offer the same fully-fledged humanoid companionship as some "emotionally intelligent" robots, but it does bring elements of this into the home in the form of a voice-controlled omnidirectional speaker that plays tunes in response to your emotions. Read More
Although the latest Ultra HD 4K TV screens can blow your mind with stunning picture quality, there's something magical when it comes to watching movies from a projector. Maybe because it creates that theater feel and atmosphere. Or it could be the transformative nature of converting blank, open spaces into full-color entertainment. To help us decide, JmGO sent us an early unit of its latest projector. We've spent the past couple of weeks kicking back and catching some cord-free flicks on the JmGO View.Read More
A California-based startup is seeking crowdfunding via Indiegogo for NexDock, a budget device that increases the productivity of smartphones and tablets by adding a Bluetooth keyboard, a capable battery and a 14-inch screen.Read More
Like the MStick, Retina Light's new Lumiére is designed for multiple use scenarios. The battery-powered lamp has touch control, three light temperatures, 18 levels of brightness and can be bent and shaped to suit different placement needs.Read More
As we see each year at events like the North American Handmade Bicycle Show and Eurobike, bicycle designers will experiment with just about any style of frame. But they always seems to come back to the tried-and-true classic – the diamond frame. Perhaps, it's no wonder, then, that the e-bike industry is following suit. Propella is the latest startup to disguise its e-bike as a simple diamond-frame bicycle. Unlike a regular diamond-frame bicycle, this one has a versatile electric drive with both a throttle and a pedal assist system.
There are already plenty of music players that work underwater, along with watches that count swimmers' laps and strokes. The SwimBot can do those things too, but it also does a lot more. For instance, it can tell you if your vertical streamlining is off, if the timing of your breathing isn't right, or if your propulsion is unbalanced.Read More
If you believe the hype, you're soon going to have wearable electronics strapped, wrapped and dangling all over your body. Better save some room for wearable sports gear, though. We've seen a steady flow of sporty wearables, and they're not all performance-tracking wristbands. We covered one wearable sled not 10 months ago, and now we have an alternative design. Sled Legs strap to your legs, letting you kneel down and take off down the snow like Clark Griswold.
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