The Quip toothbrush, TinyMOS’s new camera aims for the stars, Porsche’s newest addition to the Black Edition series and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
The Internet has already changed the way you shop for plenty of things, and now your toothbrush is next. Quip takes the hassle (and cost) out oral care by shipping fresh brush heads and toothpaste right to your door every three months. Their electric models start at just $25 (with manual options available for $5) and they’re available in both stylish plastic and metal finishes. After you’ve picked your brush, just sign up a monthly delivery and never waste a moment buying toothbrushes again.
Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless
The B&W Zeppelin pushed the bar for great iPod/iPhone sound when it originally launched in 2007. Now it’s back with an all-new design, a top-down overhaul of all the components from DSP to drivers, and packed with all the (simple) wireless connectivity you’ve come to expect. Available October 15.
Tiny1 by TinyMOS
The recently unveiled Tiny1 is a handheld mirrorless camera that’s specifically designed to photograph the stars and other celestial objects.
Porsche Cayman Black Edition
Porsche’s Black Edition series, which previously included the 911 Carrera 4 and the 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet, will include the Cayman (soon).
This new set-top box has a remote locator, an updated mobile app (compatible with iOS, Android and Windows) and it supports 4K.
Eddie Bauer Voyager II Travel Blazer
Available in black, slate or navy, this outdoor blazer is water repellent and has interior pockets for travel essentials.
Panerai Table Clock
This clock’s sphere, made of mineral glass, has a magnifying effect on Panerai’s classic dial.
Casio Computer Co. S100 Calculator
The numbers on this high-end calculator will be molded (not printed) into each key, and its battery promises to last seven years.
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