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AZ Tech Beat | April 24, 2017

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Gadgets for the Guru

Gadgets for the Guru
Marcela Palefsky

Epishock

As seen on ABC Shark Tank, the Epishock speaker by OrigAudio utilizes vibration technology to turn any glass, wood, metal or plastic flat surface, such as a table or desk, into a loudspeaker. The speaker has the ability to connect to any device with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, including iPhones, Androids and laptops. It features a rechargeable lithium ion battery that provides up to 6+ hours of playtime. The Epishock can also be connected to additional speakers to increase the volume. $44.99 Watch the demo video and purchase the speakers here.

 

usb cufflinksThese stylish USB Flash Drive Cufflinks store either 4GB or 8GB of important files and data. The cufflinks come in a variety of colors, such as silver, gun metal and gold, and various playful designs, such as R2D2, USA Flag, Superman and Batman. All cufflinks feature a whale back closure for engraving for an additional $8.  $100 – $250 cufflinks.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

The LaunchPort system includes a magnetic Sleeve and a WallStation or BaseStation that allows the user to charge their iPad without a cord adaptor around their house with ease. It is compatible with the iPad 2 and the new iPad. $149 Sleeve $199 Station launchport.com

launchporttable

The iSpoon by Umbra is the perfect cooking tool for those who store their recipe books on their tablets and smart phones. The iSpoon features a beechwood spoon on one side and a silicon stylus on the other, allowing chefs, both amateur and professional, to maintain a clean device and ability to mix ingredients with ease. This utensil and stylus is food-safe and is hand-washable. $7 umbra.com

iSpoon

 

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  • Was the vibration speaker mentioned on The Shark Tank? If so can you offer the episode? This would be greatly appreciated. The speaker being reviewed looks strikingly similar to the Mighty Dwarf vibration speaker that has been out for several years. Do you know the differences? (http://www.mightydwarf.com)