The Ekster Parliament is a smart foldable wallet with RFID coating (to protect against identity theft) and a patented mechanism that ejects cards from its aluminum storage pocket at the push of a button. It has space for at least 10 cards, as well as a strap to carry cash and receipts. Ekster has created the wallet with high quality leather that comes in a multitude of colors. An optional Bluetooth wallet tracker is also available, this ultra-slim device has a maximum range of 200 feet and works with light, so it never needs a battery.
A good mechanical keyboard can often cost you more than £100, adding a bunch of RGB lights and sophisticated additional features that you might never use. The Logitech G413 TKL pulls all that out for a simple experience. It only costs £69.99, but cuts off any fancy light under the keys and cuts off the numeric keypad on the right side for a more streamlined experience. Sure, you can go to the gym.
Or, the gym could come to you. That's the idea of the Vaha S Fitness Mirror, which gives you a full-size mirror that can play over 850 training classes and connect you with personal trainers in real time. Being able to create movement zones, so that you receive alerts only when someone (or the neighbor's cat) is inside them, and the option to turn off all alerts when you're at home (use your phone's location to find out) ensures that a smart doorbell doesn't become just another electronic nuisance, but a useful one security tool. The bike photographed is the most affordable Madone SLR, which costs just under half the price of the top-of-the-line Madone SLR 9 eTap, but features Shimano's new 105 Di2 electronic groupset.
Eagerly awaited by road cyclists, the Shimano 105 Di2 offers semi-wireless electronic gearshifting at its most affordable price to date. Electronics seem to get smaller and more compact as the years go by, and everyone has their own devices without which they never leave home.