We'll still need electrical outlets for the foreseeable future, but the light switch may soon be a thing of the past. The Logitech Pop Home Switch is designed to replace your typical wall switch while being far more versatile. Using a wireless connection with a stationary base — there are those pesky outlets again — it works all over your home, letting you do things like turn on the lights, start a playlist, or lock the door. It's compatible with a whole host of popular products and can perform three actions per switch with press, double-press, and press-and-hold gestures. And since it's also compatible with the company's Harmony hub, you can use the the Pop to dim the lights, turn on your home theater gear, close the blinds, and start a movie, all with a single press. Try finding a regular switch that can do all that.
As TVs continue to get larger and larger, the Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 14 TV has instead chosen to get better. A spiritual successor if not direct replacement for the BeoVision 11, the 14 houses in its aluminum frame a 4K Ultra HD panel with LED backlighting and a custom three-way speaker hidden behind oak lamellas. It's powered by Android TV, giving it support for Google Cast and the ability to upgrade via software, has a sensor to adjust the image based on the ambient lighting, and can be placed on a motorized stand that recognizes your seating position and automatically turns to face you. Available in 40- and 55-inch models, because your TV should be an object in your room, not the focus of it.
Whether you plan on growing your own produce or would like to cut down on your trips to the dispensary, the Grobo Indoor Garden has you covered. This all-in-one tower is designed to make caring for your plants as simple as possible. Using nutrient capsules stored in the bottom, it automatically makes sure to feed and water your plant as needed, while the 63 LEDs make sure it gets enough light and the temperature and humidity control keep conditions optimal. The fluid glass can turn from clear to opaque in seconds, giving you the ability to view your plant while still giving them the right amount of darkness, and a carbon filter keeps even the most pungent smells from seeping into your living space.
If you want to hear the best representation of an album using headphones, then look no further than electrostatic headphones. Of course, you'll have to spend close to $1000, and a big, bulky headphone amp is part of the deal as well. Bravo Headphones takes the expense and bulky amp out of the equation, while still providing a level of clarity and transparency that is ten times better than the headphones you're used to. Bravo Headphones are comfortable and their closed acoustic design provides noise isolation and greater music detail. Listen to your favorite songs and hear things you've never heard before, opening up a new world of fantastic hi-fi sound.
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