As the clock races toward Christmas day, are you still frantically racking your brain to figure out what to buy for that special person in your life? Once again, the Serotek team comes to the rescue with our annual holiday review special. As you listen to the podcast, be sure to follow the links below to learn more about the respective products discussed in this podcast–and Merry Christmas!
Lisa Salinger starts us off with a discussion of the FitBit One
She also mentions MyFitnessPal which has become more accessible of late.
Joe Steinkamp reviews the Keurig K75 Platinum Brewing System
The K 75 is a great gift for the person who wants a brewing system if, and this is a big IF!, they don’t mind memorizing menus and buttons. The unit sports a blue backlit screen with hard to see text. And it has a menu system for changing things like cup sizes and the like. Yet, for the package as a whole, it comes with lots of accessories and it has 72oz of coffee or tea at the ready. Its kind of big too, possibly due to the built in K-Cup tray underneath, so you can’t hide it behind the toaster. All and all, it’s a great gift to give someone [especially if you find it for under $149] but you may just want to stick with the Travel Keurig models if you want to avoid all the frills, menus and memorization.
He also recommends Lola Savannah Coffee – Cozy Winter’s Night (Whole Bean)
Next, Ricky Enger discusses four devices that will make your life easier in the kitchen.
Buddy Brannan interviews the developer of The Bradley Braille Watch
Matt Campbell helps us be more productive with the Asus Transformer Book T100.
Richard Wells introduces us to Lee Oscar harmonicas.
Finally, Jamie Pauls reviews the Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker.