Got this little sweetheart when I purchased the AirPort Time capsule. Always thought I had no use for this ever since the lightning port was developed and Apple offered it.... But I use it more often than I thought I would. It comes in handy.
I waited for this for so long. Then when it was offered I was less than enthused with the 2600mAh. I thought they'd have more offerings like they do for the iPhone 6.
I read where they only offered this capacity for the iPhone 6+ because the battery is so large in it that there wont be a need for a larger capacity case. I call BS on that. Meh, you never know. I hope they come out with a higher capacity for the 6+ eventually. In the meantime this one has saved my bacon more than a few times.
Blue Tiger Soundtrax Bluetooth headset. These are not that expensive, but sound great and will pair with the Watch. If my Wife would just let me use 'em. She's tarnishing them with country music. They'll hold an sd card up to 32 gb.
Samsung 55" Smart TV. I'm a little mad. My other 55" started showing red lines, and the likes all over the screen. The extended warranty ended last year! GREAT! And earlier this year, I had to replace the 46" in the bedroom. Honestly, the timing...
I bought a Raspberry Pi with a case, power supply, WiFi dongle and a 16GB micro SD card about two weeks ago and have been using it as a streaming device to view movies and TV shows both new and old (like movies from the 1930's old) on my big screen in the family room.
Using free software available on the net, I have been streaming all kinds of shows free. The bill for all the needed pieces and parts was only about $66. It's well under the cost of an Apple TV and a lot more versatile in terms of what is available for viewing. A wireless keyboard and mouse is used to control what is viewed, pause, fast forward etc and there is even an free app that allows me to use my iPhone or iPad as the remote. I'm considering getting a second unit for my Summer place rather than carrying this unit back and fourth. It can also be used to view photos or listen to music from a USB hard drive but I haven't tried playing with that yet.