blueprint online store

New Toronto online store sells gadgets of the future

Want a cocktail ring that lights up whenever you get a text message? How about a bike light that projects an image of a cyclist on the ground as you ride so motorists can see you coming? A brand-new Toronto-based site is devoting itself to all things startup-related - including an array of gadgets unavailable anywhere else.

The Blueprint launched last month as a showcase for "the most well-designed technology and the stories behind it". For tech insiders, that means an online magazine focusing on the business of hardware entrepreneurship.

Non-gearheads: ogle an array of gadgets you didn't even know you wanted, including a few (like the aforementioned Ringly smart ring, or the iPad-compatible Drop kitchen scale) available for exclusive preorder.

If you want to check this stuff out for yourself, they're throwing a launch party on Monday night.


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