Especially useful when using a recording stick or when mounting your camera on helmets or vehicles, the Removu RM-P1 is compatible with GoPro models Hero 3, Hero 3+ and Hero 4 and protects your Bacpac from impacts and water (down to 3 feet for up to 30 Minutes).
Improve your video shooting with the new Osmo 4K Camera.
Manufactured by the Chinese drone manufacturer DJI, the Osmo sports an ergonomic pistol handle that ends with Zenmuse 3-axis gimbal stabilizers, a 1/2.3″ CMOS sensor camera which allows full 4K video recording up to 25fps and 120fps full HD video for slow-motion as well as 12MP still photos, Wi-Fi connectivity for monitoring and remote operation (via the free DJI GO iOS and Android apps) as well as a wide range of photo modes including timleapse, panorama mode and tripod free long exposures.
The OnHub is Google’s newest initiative on the hardware segment. Built by TP-Link, the OnHub sports features 13 high-powered antennas to provide reliable Wi-Fi connections and coverage, supports both 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies, automatic software updates for increased security and easy new functions additions and allows Wi-Fi speeds up to 1,900 Mbps. The OnHub can be easily managed and monitored via the free Gogole On app (compatible with devices running on Android 4.0+ and iOS7+)
Equipped with a Micro Four Thirds lens mount that makes it compatible with a large array of lens, the Air 01 sports M.Zuiko Lenses, 16.1 MP 43/ Live MOS with up to 1/16,000 second shutter speed, a TruePic VII Image Processor, 200-12800 ISO range, 1080p video capture as well as easy and reliable Android, Kindle and iPhone connectivity via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The Air 01 can fully be controlled via dedicated apps for iOs, Android and Kindle, stores pictures and videos on an external micro SD card and comes with a built-in rechargeable battery which can take up to 320 shots on a full charge.
The Chromebit is the latest Chrome device from Asus designed to turn any LCD display featuring an HDMI plug into a fully functional PC!
Simply remove the protection cap, twist the HDMI head to a comfortable position, plug the Chromebit in, connect a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard to control the device and you’re ready to roll!
The Asus Chromebit is just a tad larger than a regular lighter, is powered by a ARM Cortex A17 Rockchip CPU and a quad-core ARM 760 Mali GPU, comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of flash storage, Wi-Fi connection for internet access, Bluetooth 4.0 to interconnect with other devices and peripherals, an additional USB 2.0 for connecting external storage drives and will run on Google’s Chrome OS. The Asus Chromebit will be available in the summer of 2015.
The TG-860 comes in three color versions (Black, White and Orange) and it’s built to last. The Olympus action camera sports a 1/2.3 16MP BSI CMOS sensor, 21mm (equivalent) ultra-wide lens, 5x optical zoom and lens shift image stabilization, 1080/60 p video recording, GPS for easy picture location tagging, Wi-Fi and Eye-Fi compatibility for easy sharing, a rechargeable Li-Io battery that allows up to 300 shots or 90 minutes of continuous video shooting on a full charge and a 180-degree flip LCD to help you find the best point-of-view when recording your memories!
More than that, the Olympus Tough TG-860 is waterproof down to 50ft (15m), shockproof for falls from up to 7ft (2.1m), crushproof at 220lbf (100kgf), freezeproof down to 14°F (-10°C) and dustproof – just perfect to have it on you anywhere your adventure takes you!
While most smartwatch manufacturers, including the big names like Motorola, Samsung, LG and even Apple, focus on using the smartphone’s processing power to do all the job and only allow basing interaction and info display on the wrist satellite, Montreal based start-up Neptune (the guys before the Neptune Pine we featured earlier) proposes a totally different approach – the smartwatch is the main gadget and the screen is secondary!
The Neptune Duo comes with two parts: The Hub wrist bracelet running on Android Lollipop and featuring a 2.4-in curved touchscreen, a quad-code processor, 64GB of storage, 1,000mAh rechargeable battery, a speaker and a microphone as well as 3G/4G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity. Basically, the HUB is a fully functional Android device capable of placing and answering calls, writing emails, messages and SMS, surf the internet, GPS navigation and everything else a regular device can do!
The Neptune Duo‘s second part it’s a 5-in 720p Pocket Screen which features 2MP front and 8MP rear cameras, ads an extra 2,8000mAh internal battery which can also be used as an external power pack and serves as screen extension to the Hub. The Pocket Screen connects to the Hub automatically (check the video to see it in action) and can not be used on it’s own being a simple display accessory to the main smartwatch device.
The Neptune Duo smartwatch can be pre-ordered and will set you back between $498US and $798US (higher the cash-down, bigger the savings) with delivery by the end of 2015.