This project, which just went live last night, is on its way to the record books. The meager goal of $10,000 was completely obliterated as backers fiendishly flocked to the site with their monies. All it took was roughly seven hours for this Kickstarter campaign to raise over one million dollars. Now before you scroll down and peek, consider these kings of crowdfunded projects on Kickstarter.
Dash headphones are completely wireless and have 4 GBs of internal memory. Keep reading to learn more about them.
Remember that hefty, tactical flashlight that was a hit at last year’s CES? Well, the Zerohour team is back again with the Relic XR, a slimmed-down, compact version of their first project. Yeah, I know, I totally missed my chance to get hands-on with the Zerohour Relic XR flashlight while at CES 2015. There was a lot going on all over.
If you own a lot of gadgets, you need a good bag to store and/or carry them all in. While most bags and backpacks available now provide padded slots for laptops and tablets, they don’t really offer much added protection for larger gear. That expensive DSLR camera and lenses is going to need its own kind of pocket. Accessibility helps too.
Without a doubt, this is going to be a year of the drones. CES 2015 had an area dedicated to drones, and the enthusiasm was neither lacking nor diluted.
Although CES 2014 was my first, I felt I learned a lot from that experience. And since I’ve been told I’m a pretty smart guy, I devised a plan to make CES 2015 even more efficient. Maybe this time I wouldn’t end up with a blistered limp by the end of the week (I didn’t!). But this meant passing up on any scheduled booth meeting, minimizing backtracking across the show floors, and using buses as breaks to rest my soles. With this in mind, I had high expectations to squeeze out more for myself, like a glorified tech glutton.
The Toddy Gear Pocket Toddy and Screenster Plush feature microfiber and silk material. Microfiber cleans and silk polishes, providing best of both worlds.
I’m at that age where I’m still collecting special-occasion money from my distant family, but I’m also raking in the grown-up, boot-strapping American workforce money. I went to school for free, live with my parents, subsist on the Taco Bell dollar menu, and only shop for status symbols when Santa Claus drops a check signed by my more »
I like to streamline my gear as much as the next minimalist, but there is a benefit to owning multiples of certain products. Power/data cables for mobile devices? You never want to run out of those. Speakers? Yeah, it’s cool to have a personal, portable one as well as a big, room-rocking unit. Bags? Absolutely.
I love music and I love it loud. There’s something about having speakers blast out tracks at high levels that amps the excitement. However, not everyone agrees. The kids and dogs easily consider loud music excessive to their hearing, which is why I play my stuff at moderate levels when at home.
Worried about your pants falling off your hips and your smartphone running out of juice at the same time? I definitely am. That’s why it’s a good thing the Xoo Belt will soon exist.
I’m pretty open about the fact that I’ve dealt with insomnia since I was a kid, and it SUCKS. So, it’s nice to see that health and fitness wearables companies are putting forth efforts to help consumers get a better night’s sleep. I guess it’s no surprise seeing as there’s more and more health studies coming to fruition which detail how important sleep is. Today, RestOn launched their Indiegogo campaign for their sleep smart device. The RestOn monitors, tracks and analyzes sleep quality and it’s non-invasive/non-wearable design makes it hardly noticeable while you sleep.