A super-sized version of the HTC One, the HTC One Max has a huge 5.9″ 1080p screen and a fingerprint sensor at the back for unlocking the phone. It still has the same CPU, RAM, UltraPixel camera, stereo speakers and aluminum body.
Connects to over 16,000 radio stations via Wi-Fi. It also has 3.5mm, RCA, and aux inputs, plus DLNA, Bluetooth and Spotify Connect. It’s made of walnut, aluminum and steel and has an OLED display and a 15W amplifier.
Simple functionality and a low-key design make ION optical and sun smartglasses a great idea. Customizable LED lights in the frame provide notifications while bluetooth capability allows you to control a smartphone or tablet remotely.
The ScanSnap SV600 is an overhead contactless scanner. It scans and detect up to 10 items at once and makes scanning bound documents like books a lot easier. It even detects when you turn the page and resumes scanning automatically.
The Nest Protect is a smart smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector. It allows you to dismiss false alarms by waving your hand. It also acts as a night light, and can send alarm or low battery notifications to your mobile device.
A Bluetooth speaker and karaoke player. Singing Machine Home connects to a subscription-based song database via Wi-Fi. Its remote also acts as a microphone, and up to 2 mics can be used at the same time. Drops this Fall for $300.
Restoration Hardware continues its obsession with antique electronics with these vintage-styled Bluetooth speakers. The speakers are based on a 1928 freestanding speaker for radios. Available in two sizes.
Invented by Derek Hoy, the Cooler Cannon gently tosses canned drinks up to a distance of 8ft. It comes with a remote control and can carry up to 18 cans at once. We’d tell you its benefits, but bottom line, it makes getting a drink fun.
A pair of 20W speakers with a minimal, natural aesthetic and a unique acoustic mechanism. Timbre speakers emit sound from the entire front stainless steel face for crystal clear sound. Available in different hardwood bodies.
A one-off of the Leica M designed by Sir Jony Ive and Marc Newsom. It has an aluminum body, a 35mm CMOS sensor and a 50mm f/2 lens. It will be auctioned off on 11/23/13 to raise funds for (RED) and its fight against AIDS, Malaria and TB.
The new version of Breitling’s adventurer’s watch has a dual-band personal locator transmitter, ensuring that no matter how lost you may be, you can be found. Built into a durable titanium case with matching metal or rubber strap.
Currently slated only for Korea, this new Android phone offers a gently curved 5.7″ OLED screen and an elegant leather back. Plus, its curvature can be used to trigger actions, such as turning on the display to view time and notifications.
A Google Chrome experiment created in collaboration with composer Giorgio Moroder. Not only aurally stimulating, the multiplayer mobile browser-based racing game is amazing – though it’s best enjoyed with a few friends.
The Loop has a 4″ woofer and two 1″ tweeters. It supports AirPlay, DLNA and adhoc wireless streaming. It also has a USB port, a 3.5mm jack, a wall mount and a stand. We really dig its colorful, interchangeable wool covers.
The Danish band Mew and B&O Play created an app that lets you hunt for and string together sounds to form a new song by the group. Sensory Spaces is a must if you’re already a frenger but fun for new listeners too.
Pad & Quill’s elegant iPhone cases do double duty as wallets, holding your credit cards and ID in one compact package while protecting your precious iGadget. Handmade from stitched leather and wood, and bound like a book.
Formerly exclusive to theaters, Tremor FX is now selling its sound-activated butt-shaking recliners to home users. It works with any video player or game console that has an HDMI output, and doesn’t require content to be specially encoded.
Similar to the BioLite Camp Stove, the FlameStower has a generator that turns heat into electricity, letting you charge devices via any open fire. It can’t be used as a stove, but it is cheaper and smaller than the Camp Stove.
Jeff Chow’s CTRL+Console is an iOS app that serves as an alternative control interface for Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro and Quicktime. It has large buttons and powerful gesture commands. Works with both Windows and OS X.
Mercedes-Benz introduced Magic Body Control with groovy chickens; here’s a more informative ad. This impressive technology uses two 3D cameras that scan the road ahead and a suspension that adapts based on this info.