There hasn’t been a legitimate competitor to an Apple music player for quite some time, but by the time you read this the Pono Music system will probably have eclipsed the million dollar mark on Kickstarter. The first six minutes of the video is a who’s who of famous musicians, engineers and record execs singing the praises of the Pono Music system. This is due in no small part to the fact that the entire project was started by Neil Young (yes, that Neil Young) to bring the analog experience back to music. Head to the PonoMusic store, find the music you want, download it to your computer and then sync your PonoPlayer. Using one of the two audio outputs (mini-stereo specifically for headphones and stereo mini-plug analog specifically for speakers), and the FLAC format, the Pono system lets you enjoy music at the quality level it was originally recorded at. This is the best way to get your audiophile fix on the go.
Settling on one piece of art for your home is difficult, especially considering you'll probably get bored with it after some time. That's why there's the Depict Frame. The Depict Frame is a stunning digital canvas that blends 4K ultra HD technology with a sleek wooden frame for a completely new art experience. Select art from Depict's app and see it displayed on your wall. Changing the work is as easy as tapping a button. An ever-expanding collection means you won't get bored and you can display work from classic master painters and contemporary digital artists. You may never buy a print again.