Gadgets for the Guru
PowerLite Home Cinema
The PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 by Epson provides a 2D or 3D larger-than-life cinema experience. Users can project movies, video games, sporting events and more up to 300 inches onto any wall or screen with full HD 1080p technology. The PowerLite features 2,000 lumens of color brightness and 2000 lumens of white brightness, as well as two HDMI ports and a built-in speaker. $999.99 epson.com
The Automatic Link is an auto accessory that connects to a car’s data port and uses low energy wireless Bluetooth to provide feedback to drivers driving habits and vehicle information. After installing the Link into their car, drivers can use the iPhone or Android app to learn information about trip MPGs, engine trouble, parking location and more. Additionally, drivers can track their breaking, speeding and accelerating patterns, as well as gas usage. $99.95 automatic.com
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The DASH7 by Soundmatters is a wireless Bluetooth soundbar and speakerphone. This ¾-inch-high speaker system features a fifth generation Twoofer and BassBattery for omnidirectional, high quality sound when watching videos or listening to music. The DASH7 has a battery life of up to 12 hours and a built-in noise-canceling microphone for answering phone calls. The speaker comes in three colors: black, red and white. $219 store.soundmatters.com
The iLAND FLY is a foldable solar charger for charging USB devices on-the-go. The FLY uses glass-free amorphous silicon solar panels to provide a charge even in low-light. The device is water, dust, temperature and shock-resistant. The FLY is compatible with all smartphones and tablets that are USB-enabled devices. Although this gadget seems a bit massive for portable power, the eco factor and the ability to charge in low light could be a plus for the gadgeteer. $99.95 iland-solar.us