When you think of Rolls-Royce you probably don't think sports car, but the new Rolls Royce Wraith ($300,000) not only has the sophisticated lineage of a Rolls, but also the power to hang with some of the top sports cars around. The Wraith comes with a V12 which has an impressive 624 HP and 590 foot lbs or torque. The zero to sixty comes in at 4.4 seconds. The styling would be consider more agressive the elegant, but if you have the cash I would still consider taking a test drive.
New Normal’s Wireless In-Ear Headphones ($149+) have fully transcended the traditional style and look of in-ear headphones to create an ultra-modern and super stylish product. With two distinctive styles Suit and Sweat, these trendy headphones are ideal for all kinds of situations. As you can probably guess the Suit variant is designed for executives in their business suits and ties while Sweat is designed for working out. They feature built-in microphones, Bluetooth connectivity, touch controls a swingout USB connector and much more. The Sweat version is available for $149 while the Suit variant is a slightly more expensive $199.
Olympus is a name you can trust when it comes to cameras and video-recorders, but they’ve out done themselves with the release of the Olympus Tough TG-Tracker ($350). Offering 4K Ultra HD action filming this mighty machine proves good things come in small packages. The TG-Tracker is ideal for both professionals and beginners. It’s also freeze, drop and dust proof, and features built-in Wi-Fi, GPS, an E-compass and comes equipped with an ultra-wide 204º f/2.0 lens.
The CRKT Extrik-8-R Rescue Tool ($13) was made for emergency professionals, but it could also made a great go-to emergency tool for the rest of us. The Extrik-8-R features large finger holds and grip grooves so you can operate it even with thick gloves, an oxygen bottle wrench, standard and philips screwdriver tips, a seatbelt cutter, and a orange reflector fob. Overall size is 4.17 inches.
The guys over at Kahn Design have done it again with their Land Rover Defender SW 90 Chelsea Wide Track ($55,000) customization. Features include front and rear racing seats in black leather with Harris Tweed inserts, front grill with mesh stainless steel, twin crosshair exhaust system in stainless steel, crosshair military headlights, vented foot pedals in machined aluminum and much more. Vehicle is currently for sale in the UK. More pics after the break.(more…)
Now the deal between Apple and Beats is a fete de complete, Beats has just released and updated version of their ever popular Solo. The Beats Solo2 Headphones ($200) are touted to have updated acoustics which includes a wider frequency range and enhanced clarity. They're also made to be more comfortable than previous versions with angled ear cups for a more natural fit. The Solo2's are available for purchase from Beats website in your choice of six colors.