Dot snaps onto your iPhone and allows you to record 360-degree videos from the palm of your hand. The attachment comes in black, red, pink, and green, and is compatible with both the iPhone 4 and 4S.
Geneva Sound System Model XS $200
Small space. Big sound. The Geneva Sound System Model XS is the perfect travel companion for the music-loving design enthusiast on the go. Made by Swiss masters of modern electronics, this highly portable and transformative speaker was inspired by the classic travel clock, designed to easily fold into a sleek leather-like case. The system's packability and high-quality audio, Bluetooth-capability, and built-in alarm clock make it a convenient audio essential you will never leave home without.
TiVo Roamio $200
TiVo Roamio, available in regular, plus and pro, will keep your roommates and relatives at ease and record up to six shows at once, no matter their current TV obsession. With all that power and over 450 hours of HD recording capability, you can ditch the multi-box household layout for a single, easy-to-use device. TiVo even lets you record season finales and big games while you stream shows, movies and music from Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube and more.
Goodnight iPad $27
Although research suggests that viewing screens before bedtime may tinker with chemicals in the brain that promote a good night's rest, studies also show we all regularly do this pre-slumber activity. Based on the classic, "Good Night Moon," the humorous parody "Goodnight iPad" reminds us that even if we might not live in the little farm-house utopia depicted in the original, we can still ceremoniously say goodnight to screens, the buzzes and the beeps—and go to sleep.
Nimbus Smart Dashboard $130
For those friends who are constantly glued to their phones to stay on top of the info that matters most to them, Nimbus Smart Dashboard comes to the rescue. The digital dashboard tracks and displays up to four quantifiable categories in real-time, providing an easy analysis of your email volume, your commute time, the weather and total recent Instagram likes—all easily viewed with just one glance. As good-looking as it is efficient, the Nimbus promises convenience and liberation.
Ultimate Ears Boom $200
Ultimate Ears Boom brings a blast of 360˚sound wherever you may go—even the shower. The portable, Bluetooth-enabled speaker allows two devices to connect at the same time, letting music hogs take turns controlling the groove without interrupting the vibe. Available in a range of colors, the small speaker packs 15 hours of battery life, wireless use from up to 50 feet away and the ability to sync with your smartphone’s morning alarm.
Bang & Olufsen
BeoPlay A9 $2,699
The simple geometry of this gorgeous all-in-one stereo system is as pleasing to the eyes as it is to the eardrums. A striking circular white grill cover sits atop a triangle of wooden legs, and forms a handsome loudspeaker that will hold its own next any piece of furniture in your living room. The powerful speaker connects digitally to your devices, for an electronic experience that is as streamlined as the object itself.
iPhone Zoom Lens & Tripod $49
Your likes on Instagram are sure to go through the roof with just a moderate investment in these lightweight, easy-to-use lenses and tripod from Restoration Hardware. Polarized macro and fisheye lenses lend extreme zoom and wide-angle capability, and the foldable tripod is maximally effective when stability is necessary. Finally, your iPhone camera's capability matches its quality.
Paper + Moleskine Book $40
Apple's 2012 app of the year, Paper, from FiftyThree design studio, unleashes your iPad's sketchbook potential. The streamlined drawing app turns creative brushstrokes into portable portfolios. Combine this illustration capability with the power to publish your digital sketches into the most elegant of physical notebooks, the Moleskine, and you have custom bookmaking at its best, a groundbreaking combination of technology and tangible creation with endless possibilities.
Monograms and More
Personalized iPhone Decals $6
Ahhhh, the dreaded iPhone charger cord mix-up, a common occurrence in offices, share houses and even couple's living rooms. Keep track of which cord is yours with these classy decals from Monograms and More, which incorporate stylish lettering and classic designs into a supremely fashionable customization of the most easily mistaken electronic accessories.
Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi
Cuboluce Lamp $145
The Cubuloce Lamp opens to reveal reflected interior illumination and a little bit of mystery. We will all be peering in to behold the gleaming contents of this brilliant box, originally designed in 1972 by Franco Bettonica and Mario Melocchi for the label Cini & Nils and reissued from the MoMA store today. A special item with the perfect amount of subtle intrigue to accent any modern space.
Arcane Arcade Game Table $4,000
Ms. Pacman ate your flat screen, your favorite coffee table and your iPad—and regurgitated them into this retro-turned-modern Arcane Arcade Table from surface tension. Built in the classic style of our favorite childhood consoles, this living room table will please modernists and gamers alike.
Fliike Facebook Counter $390
For those whose self-worth is valued by how many likes received on Facebook, the Fliike Facebook Counter is for you. Easy to set up, the Fliike eliminates any need to log in for a confidence-boosting reminder of just how popular you or your business really are. This number flippin' gadget is the first of its kind, and is ready to bring joy and some solid momentum as you watch your fan base multiply. Like!
Gloves for Gadgets $18-80
Featuring fold-back thumb and index finger tips these smartphone friendly gloves allow the wearer easy access to their touch screen devices and fingerprint sensors. Photographers also love Freehands for cold-weather outdoor shoots. Styles available for both men and women in leather, wool, cashmere and fleece.
Silhouette CAMEO $300
Say goodbye to the Exacto knife and hello to the Cameo. This electronic cutting machine plugs into your computer just like a printer, and cuts cardstock, vinyl and fabric into any shape you tell it too—endless creative possibilities for a relatively low cost. Your crafting corner will never be the same.
AC1 Loudspeaker system $88,000
As new technology shrinks in scale by the day, isn't it refreshing to know that OMA's AC1 Loudspeaker system is taking a different approach, and paying tribute not only to the quality acoustics of the original loudspeaker, but also the inherent beauty of the towering object itself? This monumental speaker is hand-built from solid Pennsylvania hardwood and engineered for sound quality that cannot be matched, recalling an era of authenticity and integrity.