In today's Friday edition of the T3 Agenda, we use our dulcet tones to control Garmin's new range of dash cams, we take a look at V-Moda's stylish new portable speaker and more...
V-Moda's new portable Remix speaker has six sides and a lot of expensive customisation options
Award-winning audio specialist V-Moda, has just announced the availability of Remix - the company’s first portable Bluetooth speaker that delivers impressive sound quality and design chops along with some snazzy 3D-printed customization options for every surface in the home.
Available in two finishes – minimal CNC aluminum and luxurious vegan leather – this 20cm-wide premium speaker also includes a headphone amplifier in wired analog mode (which V-Moda says is comparable to standalone headphone amplifiers worth $200 or more). Whether you're using it with your laptop of your smartphone, the Remix is one impressive portable speaker.
It's also super-easy to pair, offers an impressive 10+ hours of audio playback, and connects to Amazon Alexa and Alexa Echo Dot for that extra bit of smart connectivity.
Remix is now available in Black or Silver for $300.00 (£240) at V-MODA.com/REMIX and authorized resellers worldwide. You can also customisable versions, which are only available via V-Moda and features material options ranging from $40 to $370,000.
Control your dash cam with your voice with Garmin's new GPS-powered range
Garmin has just released a new range of dash cams, and the Dash Cam 45 and Dash Cam 55 aren't just a great way to capture footage from your motor - they're voice activated!
These hands-free commands include the ability to stop and start audio recordings, take screenshots and activate video recordings. The Dash Cam 55 captures footage in 1440p, 1080p, or 720p with a 3.7 megapixel camera, while the Dash Cam 45 records video in 1080p, or 720p with a 2.1 megapixel camera.
Both the Dash Cam 45 and Dash Cam 55 versions boast a 2.0-inch LCD display screen, Sensory TrulyHandsfree voice control and red light and speed camera warnings so you're getting some serious features as standard.
Get yourself a new iPhone 7 case with the most elaborate customisation we've ever seen
Bamford Watch Department and Feld & Volk, who previously teamed up for the release of carbon-featured Rolex watches last year, are at it again with the launch of co-brand iPhone 7 Plus customization - just check out this stunning carbon-housed iPhone 7 Plus with 3D Rolex image on its back.
The whole gadget’s housing is crafted of a single piece of carbon topped with a dimensional image of Rolex watch. The Rolex image is an exact copy of the co-brand watch design presented last year: multilayer carbon structure of the back is interfered with chaotic texture of carbon fiber used in the clock-face.
It's one hell of a process - it takes 22 hours of precise machinery elaboration before Feld & Volk craftsmen even start final polishing it. The whole series including iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus designs will be a limited edition with only 20 pieces released. Expect them to cost a lot of money each.
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