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Electronic Deterrent (ED) and Electronic Control Device (ECD), HD Camera, Flash Light, Defense Shield and Safety Pin
Glove Sizes: Small, Medium and Large
Glove Material: Cotton, Nomex, Kevlar Mix
Shield Material: Hard Plastic
Safety Pin: Pull Pin Device to Activate and Stun Gun
Flash Light: Bright White LED
HD Camera: 720p HD wireless camera with memory
The portable Model XS($250) from Swiss company Geneva Lab. Inspired by the classic travel clock, featuring a high stereo speaker system with Bluetooth for connection to portable devices, your iPad, iPhone and mp3 players, its rechargable battery gives the XS around 5 hours of portable playback time. Other feaures include a digital alarm clock, FM radio and leather-like clamshell case. Available in red, white and black color.
Designed by Italian company Blue Sky. "I'm Watch" is the first "smartwatch" based on the Android system, a custom version of Android 1.6. The watch runs on the Freescare i.MX233 processor, packs a 1.54″ capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 200 x 200 pixels and fitted with 4GB of built in storage, 64MB of RAM. Its 450mAh Li-Po battery will provide about three hours on speakerphone use or up two days in standby. It also packs in Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, but has not WiFi. It is available to preorder for €300 and shipping will commence on the 30th January 2012.
The Nest is a $250 Cool thermostat, you can control your home's temperature via your smartphone, using an app to tell it what temperature to be and when. Check out the video!
"Nest learns from your temperature adjustments, programs itself to keep you comfortable, and guides you to energy savings. You can control the thermostat from anywhere using a smartphone, tablet or laptop, and Nest never stops learning, even as your life and the seasons change."
"This aluminum set is surplus or used from actual German military applications and conveniently locks together for easy packing, travel or storage, so you can focus on more important things like the burgers and beer"
Sony's personal 3D Viewer, the HMZ-T1, a wearable head mounted display for viewing movies or playing video games in 3D-enabled High Definition. Features equipped with a pair of 0.7-inch pair of OLED panels(1280 x 720) that are meant to reproduce the sensation of watching a 750-inch screen in 3D from 20 meters away, and a built-in 5.1 surround sound in the headphones. It will first be available in Japan this November for $600.
The CueLight is a interactive pool table system, using an HD video projector mounted above the table, and presumably a video camera ball tracking system feeding a PC rendering all of the real-time 60fps animations, the CueLight creates interactive digital effects on the surface of the table during a game. Check out the video.
"It fits any credit, debit, or other card. Functional like a yardstick but spanning only 3 inches, it makes anything a measuring tool! It comes in a set of three colors: clear, white and yellow."
"The Cobra Tag is also a 2 way finder. Tap the button on the Cobra Tag tag to ring your Smartphone. If you are looking for your Cobra Tag protected item, use the phone’s application to make the Cobra Tag ring. To secure your phones data, the application can be set to lock your phone when out of range of your tagged item." And can also check in with the fob's GPS coordinates to hone in on where it is, and continue to trigger the noise until you find 'em.