Not that the pretty violet gadget-thingy isn't delightful in its own way, but the suggested price tag of $3,300 would indicate that it is an accessory only for the super-gullible. Sure, it's got 16 "red laser diodes" and soothing violet LEDs. But a cursory search seems to indicate the availability of red laser diodes elsewhere on ze intranets at considerably less than ten bucks a pop.
If the term "scalar wave" confuses you, an individual called Tom Bearden has written on the topic. However, be warned of Tom's apparent belief that Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism have been censored to hide the possibility of infinite free energy.
As the New Scientist points out, this "confluence of vibrational healing and free energy raises the alarming possibility of a Grand Unified Fruitloop Theory (GUFT)".