The Solo is a three wheeled, single seat electric car with a top speed of 137 mph (limited to 82 mph). The vehicle is built in British Columbia, Canada, where Electra Meccanica is based.
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Thiel Audio shows us two of their wireless speakers, the Aurora Home and Aurora Tour. Audiophiles know Thiel Audio as one of the very best high-end speaker manufacturers from the 70’s, but with the passing of their founder, they’ve been hard at work modernizing their line of products.
Echobox Audio wants to bring a great music experience to all music lovers, and if they can satisfy a professional, then you’ll be impressed too. Their high resolution Echobox Explorer audio player supports PCM playback of up to 24 Bit/192 kHz and losslessly converts DSD files. It looks like a wooden flash and is made from solid blocks of wood (4 options: Maple, Mahogany, Ebony and Cedar.)
Using the latest in anti-bacterial technology, Toto’s top of the line Neo Rest A/C 2017 toilet is self cleaning using UV lights built into the toilet cover. But the lights alone do nothing without the special Sefiontect glaze in the bowl – it’s the combination of the two creates the photocatalytic process that kills bacteria.
The Moen U is Moen’s modern take on shower fixtures that saves you time and stops water waste. This smart controller runs the hot water tap and pauses it when the exact temperature you want is reached. This not only saves water, but also signals when you can jump in, saving you time from waiting and wondering whether the water’s hot enough. And that’s only part of what this system can do.
Shadecraft new shade umbrella is called the “Sunflower” for its ability to automatically reposition itself towards the sun. This unit saves you the headache of constantly having to get up to fiddle with the umbrella angle as the sun moves overhead. The automatic movement means constant shade – no more waking up after a nap to discover some awful sunburn baked on your skin.
Specially designed to monitor your skin, this “smart mirror” combines hardware and software to help you figure out how to improve its daily condition. From a hardware perspective, it’s basically a camera mounted on a tablet with facial recognition software. The real magic however, is in the analysis that measures parameters such as clarity, texture, firmness, brightness and healthiness. By analyzing your skin daily with pictures, the software can advise you on areas that need improvement and also those that are improving.
Don’t let the word “router” fool you; it’s so much more than that. Norton Symantec is well known for their antivirus and malware protection, but here they’ve produced a piece of hardware they call the “Core”, a Wi-Fi router that marries that knowledge to the hardware for home use.
But it comes at a high cost.
Double duty your smartphone as a 3D Printer.