EO1 byElectric Objects is a framed high definition screen and integrated computer designed to bring the internet to your home, at a much slower pace. The screen fades into the background similar to a photograph or painting due to its lack of menus, popups and clumsy hardware. An easy to use mobile app accompanies EO1 and allows for quick setup and reconfiguration, whilst the product design features a minimalist single cord design.
Jump is a minimalist and compact charging cable and battery combo made for your iPhone. Once Jump picks up that your iPhone is fully charged, power is redirected to Jump’s two internal batteries which store an additional 30% of juice for those unexpected moments. Jump might possibly be one of the sexiest charging cable/battery combos I’ve seen.
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Nest Protect: Smoke and Carbon Monoxide x Nest Labs
Nest Labs takes unloved, but important home products and redesigns them to match modern standards. Their newest challenge involved redesigning the carbon monoxide and smoke detector alarms into something easily manageable and minimally designed.
Unlike others before, Nest Protect notifies you with a human voice and allows you to silence any alarms by the wave of a hand. Tired of those nighttime low-battery warnings? The Nest Protect fixes that with a connected mobile app that allows you to monitor alarms throughout the house and be in control, at all times.
Ever caught yourself in the bath, but needing to respond to an important message? With the Finger-Nose Stylus, brilliantly designed by Dominic Wilcox, it’s possible. Just strap on the attachment and you’re ready to go.
Sadly, I won’t be sporting one of these. What about you?
The Ceramic Stereo is a standalone stereo that works wirelessly to give you the music you love.
The illuminated controls are only visible when powering up the device and immediately after an action is selected. This is all in order to reduce visual clutter and give users a more meaningful experience.
Working as a social wireless hotspot, Karma is leading the way in the industry. Karma creates your own branded network (Chaz’s Karma) and allows anyone to connect to it. Once connected, you create an account and purchase bandwith for the low price of $14 per GB.
If you’re travelling and you don’t have Karma, you’re not out of luck. Connect to anyone’s Karma and create/access an account. Not only will you get 100MBs of free data, but so will the owner of the Karma.
Not only is Karma changing the hotspot landscape, it’s rewarding you for sharing wireless access to others.