Respect The Tech: Gadgets We Love This Week #6

09.20.13 4 years ago 9 Comments

Gadgets Of The Week

New week, new gadgets. Peep all the electronics, apps and more that we liked this week.Let us know what you think and, if you have tips or ideas, email us.

Previously: Respect The Tech: Gadgets We Love This Week #5

iLuv CuteSync USB Sync Cable1

1. iLuv CuteSync Charging Cable

There are lot of cables out there for your phone. But this CuteSync has gotta be a the most portable. With its switchblade design, it can charge your iPad/iPhone/iPod or Smartphone as expected. Check the Groupon link below for a sweet discount.

Buy: Groupon


2. Genius Scan – PDF Scanner

Simple, yet powerful, the Genius Scan is able to scan in text to create a PDF. This is handy when scanning in receipts or notes for homework. It can also create jpegs and sync your scans via the net with DropBox, Google Drive and SkyDrive. Did I mention that it’s free?

Buy: Apple


3. Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch & Sony SmartWatch 2

Has it come to this, people? We know accessories for our phones are getting pretty extensive. This time, the fine folks at Sony and Samsung have designed a watch that syncs with your Android phone, up to point of you being able to take calls via your wrist. James Bond?

View: SonyMobile, Engadget


4. Bowers & Wilkins P7 Hi-Fi headphones

There comes a price for luxury. And in the Hi-Fi speakers market, UK brand Bowers & Wilkins are top of the line. So you should truly expect their headphones to be along that same caliber. The flagship P7’s are made with great precision, wrapped in leather, with a Hi-Fi speaker on your ear. You can’t get better than that.

Buy: Bowers & Wilkins


5. Jii USB Lighter

USB-lighter configurations are a thing, apparently. But the commercial to the Jii is out right insane and addictive…and kind of makes you want to buy one.

Buy: Jii


6. Sony PS Vita TV

Though not available in the US and Europe just yet, the PS Vita TV sure turned some heads when it was announced. It plays most Vita games and PSP games, streams from your PSP, PS Vita, PS3, AND PS4. With several other features and an expected $100 price tag, this can’t get to the states soon enough.

View: Kotaku

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