The Harman Kardon Nova Stereo Streaming System ($300) puts big sound in a small package. The Nova's are a 2.0 wireless stereo system. The speakers are driven by 40 watts of clean Harman Kardon power. Each speaker have a 2.5" driver, a 1.25" tweeter, and Harman DSP which improves soundstage and voicing. The system is compatible with most devices via analog, optical, or Bluetooth connections. For serious listening you'll need to pair a sub with these guys, but the 70Hz-20KHz frequency response should get you through most situations.(more…)
The Derringer Electric Bike ($3500) is a U.S. made board track racing inspired electric bicycle. Each bike is handmade to custom requirements in Los Angeles, California. The power of the Derringer is provided by a 12.5 Ah lithium-ion battery that will provide 1000 recharge cycles. Battery options include 37, 52, and 63 volts. The Heritage and Signature Series also include a 4 Amp charger that can recharge a drained battery in 3 hours. All bikes ship in USA street legal mode: 750 watts and 20 mph maximum.
The 2014 Porsche Turbo Cabriolet ($160,700) has been unveiled and looks like it's bringing a little muscle with it. The new Cabriolet features a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine that delivers 520 horses and reaches 60 mph in 3.3 seconds. Additional perks include a roof that closes in 13 seconds, Bose sound system, and 18-way adjustable seats.
The Evelo Omni Wheel ($1K+) turns almost any bike into an electric bike, just by replacing the front wheel. It makes hills feel like flat ground, and shortens distances by getting you to your destination faster. It senses your pedal movements and provides you with the required power based on the effort you're exerting. All of the electronics including the motor, battery, and electronics, are in the wheel. The Omni Wheel can manage speeds of up to 20 miles per hour and has a travel distance of up to 40 miles. Just snap on like you would a normal wheel and you're good to go. Shipments are expected to start in March and up to then you'll be able to get a $200 discount on every order.
Nope this isn't your grandfathers Winny. This is the brand new 2015 Winnebago Brave ($95K) and it has all the modern convenience your grand dad wish he had. The exterior pays homage to the original, but also includes goodies like automatic entrance door steps, porch light, trunk storage, powered patio awning, 15K BTU air conditioner, a 30K BTU furnace, and an exterior speaker system. The interior also has a bold retro feel with its dark wood cabinets, but it also includes an HDTV, loft with power lift and ladder, LED lighting, and powered roof vent. If you're family loves to travel, you'll be hard pressed to find a better way to do it.
We've all seen the holographic 3D chess scene from Star Wars. Well, it looks like we might be a step closer to having all of our wishes come true. The Holus: Tabletop Holographic Display ($850) takes any digital content from your devices, and converts it into a 3D Hologram. It can be used to play games, learning, or even for holographic teleconferences. There are two versions of Holus available - a home edition with two charging docks and a Holus Pro which includes an HDMI port and SDK tool. You can get the Holus from their Kickstarter campaign with an estimated delivery in March of 2016.