Bring the technology of your bike up to the same standards as your car with the Cobi Connected Biking System. Designed to leverage the smartphone you're already carrying around, it pairs a physical dock that installs on your handlebars, with a custom app that's built with cyclists in mind. The dock itself features a built-in light and the ability to charge your device, and there's also optional automatic brake lights and turn signals. Finally, there's a thumb controller, which works with the app to let you control your music and access features like speed, time, distance, climb rate, and elevation data, navigation, fitness tracking, and more, all without moving your hand.
When it comes to creating a great virtual reality experience, there are few things more important than what your eyes see. So it only makes sense that a company with a history of great optics would make a great solution. The Zeiss VR One Headset blends wide-ranging device support with the company's precision lenses to create an immersive experience. Thanks to a slide-out tray, it can support most smartphones with display sizes between 4.7 and 5.2 inches, and offers a see-through front shield for augmented reality apps, ports to allow access to the device's headphone and charging jacks, ventilation openings for increased airflow, and, for the bespectacled among us, support for wearing your eyeglasses while you're using it.
It may sport airplane-like looks, but don't be deceived — the Carbon Flyer Video Drone is in many ways just as capable as its quad-propellered brethren. The airframe is built from carbon fiber, and assembled with carbon nanotube-enhanced epoxy for bonds that are stronger than steel welds. Features include dual high-power motors, an onboard camera for video recording, a protective nose cone and side casings, and hot-swappable, rechargeable lithium ion batteries. And thanks to Bluetooth 4.0, you get a 240-foot operating range, as well as an intelligent app that allows for one-handed control.