This week’s roundup includes a device that lets you get guidance from your iPhone and keep your eye on the road at the same time. Read on!
This company has revamped its line of EL-8 headphones ($699 MSRP regular, $799 MSRP for titanium edition; same price on Amazon) with a number of improvements to create “smoother frequency response, lower distortion, higher sound resolution, and better stereo imaging.” The company has even improved the packaging, to ensure that your headphones arrive without any damage.
Talk about stylish: The iPad Pro 9.7-inch Leather Portfolio ($129.95 MSRP) has plenty of it—as well as room for a Smart Keyboard, notebook, pad, planner, or journal. And it has an antique brass snap closure, giving this portfolio the look of the iPad carrying case your grandfather might’ve used.
The “hud” in Hudway Glass ($49 special pre-order price, $69 on Amazon) stands for heads-up display: Reverse the image on your iPhone, then place it on your dash so that the Hudway Glass shows the reflection, letting you keep your eye on the road and important information from your iPhone at the same time.
Ditto ($39.95 MSRP, $37.90 on Amazon) is a different type of wearable—you can pair it with your iPhone, then set it to vibrate whenever you receive calls, texts, emails, and more. It’s also stylish, coming in black, white, and clear editions.
The Hidden Underarm Shoulder Bag ($10 MSRP) lets you keep your iPad and other electronics stored discretely out of sight, snug against your body. It’ll make you feel like a secret agent, while protecting your devices against theft.
The Mesh Band for 42mm Apple Watch ($50 MSRP, same price on Amazon) is made of stainless steel, is “fully magnetic” to ensure a perfect fit, and comes in dark charcoal or bright silver finishes.
The Flex Arc Wireless ($80 MSRP, $92.37 on Amazon) is a wireless Bluetooth headset with a lightweight frame, retractable earbuds, and a rechargeable battery that offers up to eight hours of playback time. It comes in black and silver, black and gold, or white and gold.
The Flo ($40 MSRP) is a “contact-free” thermometer—place the device about an inch away from the patient’s head to get an accurate reading within a second. (You can also check milk or water temperature using the device.) Use the app to make profiles for family members and track their temperature over time.
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