More gadgets we love and ones we want to share in order to keep you plugged into what’s new and improved in tech. Let us know what you think and, if you have tips or ideas, email us.
Previously: Respect The Tech: Gadgets We Love This Week #6
1. Sony 3-in-1 Walkman® WH Series
For over 60 years, Sony has been known for it’s dominance, expensiveness, innovation and style. So sometimes they have bizarre products that have their own lane, or ones that try to blend into many markets. This MP3 player/headphones/speakers seem to be a great example. Boasting of 4 or 16GB, black or white colors, and great battery life, these were expected with the death of CD/mini-disc Walkman.
Info: Techno Buffalo
2. Shadow: A Community for Dreamers app
Dreams are pretty intense. I was just dreaming about Rihanna the other day, and she was all over me. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Well, I’m in luck. A new app is in the works, connecting everyone around the world to share dreams and discover the meanings. It also works as an alarm clock and journal is see patterns with dreams and motivations in our society. It’s reached it Kickstarter goal, so expect the iOS or Android app in Spring 2014.
3. Kiwi Bluetooth Android Phone Car Diagnostic/Performance Kit
Take some initiative when your car says “Check Engine”. This interesting gizmo lets you connect your Android device wireless to your vehicle via Bluetooth. It gives systems checks, such as fuel economy, torque, and even fluid levels.
Buy: Think Geek
4. PUMA Soundchuck speakers
PUMA has their fair share of sporting goods, including earphones. So it’s not a surprise they’ve added these interesting speakers to their lineup. The Soundchuck’s have 4 speaker drivers, Bluetooth functionality and a slick design. At the center is a powerful magnet, for two speaker setups. While wrapped in silicon, its sturdy enough to hang up. Add in a rechargeable internal battery and various colors, and you got yourself a sure-buy. Hits stores later this month.
5. Western Digital My Cloud
Cloud computing is the future obviously. But why pay a monthly fee to all those companies, when you can make your own cloud at home.
Buy: Western Digital