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These bands for your wrists and ankles use accelerometers and an app to coach you to develop more graceful movement. That’s neat in itself, but their ability to approximate full-body motion makes me think they’d be a great start for a consumer motion-capture system. That’s just how I roll.
Close any open applications and press the [Windows] + [L] keys to log out of your Windows account — or just restart Windows. On the login screen, click the Power icon at the bottom right, hold down the [Shift] key and select the Restart option.
If it sounds a bit crazy, I’d have to agree. But these things look awesome. You can order right now, but it looks like the next available delivery isn’t until March. A single tag costs $49, or you can buy a pack of eight for $199.
Choice paralysis is something that you may or may not have heard of, but you’ll definitely have been affected by. It’s the thing that happens when you’re given so many options that you end up not being able to make a decision at all.
Introducing The DoxieBall Admit it, when you throw wadded up paper at the trash can, you pretend you’re the greatest player the NBA has ever seen. You fist pump the air when you make it, and you look around nervously to make sure no one saw you when you miss. If it…
The Bluetooth headphone that could finally get audiophiles to cut the cord. Beyerdynamic’s Amiron wireless headphone is articulate, with excellent clarity and bass definition, and superior to the company’s on-ear Aventho Wireless — a great Bluetooth headphone in its own right.
Like to canoe or maybe a kayak enthusiast? Then the crystal clear transparent canoe kayak is perfect for you! This little boat lets you explore what is under water, cool boat will leave you with a un forgettable experience!
Cafe enthusiast? Then the Portable Cafe Espresso Maker is a designed for people like you! Created by Handpresso, you can have espresso cafe almost anywhere while traveling or even in places where there is no electricity!
I was desperate after shopping for a replacement locally, and finally got the bright idea of looking on Amazon. I was thrilled when I found this one. I love that it is pretty and doesn’t shout DIRTY! when the dishwasher is half full of dirty dishes
Acoustic design: Closed | Weight: N/A | Cable length: 4.6 feet | Frequency response: 16-22,000Hz | Drivers: N/A | Driver type: Dynamic | Sensitivity: N/A | Impedance: 28 ohms | Battery life: 25+ hours | Wireless range: 30+ feet | NFC: Yes
If you need a little help getting around, this is one bad-ass personal electric vehicle. The Whill Model Ci has a max speed of 5 mph and a battery range of up to 10 miles; the integrated lithium-ion battery takes between 4 and 5 hours to charge. Though it’s not an all-terrain vehicle, it can handle inclines and a variety of surfaces — and the accompanying app allows family members to check battery level and location remotely.
Having Exploride Head up Display in your car, you will never get lost because you know all about your ride with on board diagnostics giving information about direction, speed, tire pressure, fuel and other important statistics. Exploride Head up Display also provides a feature rolling a list of apps available for your journey.
Bring The Moon To Your Bedroom If you’ve ever wanted to fall asleep by the light of the moon without sleeping outdoors, now you can. The moon wall lamp by Uncle Milton lets you enjoy the shining beauty of the moon while it hangs majestically on your wall. Both kids…
A wall of lights that change color depending on the music streaming out of a nearby device sounds fun, right? That’s exactly what Nanoleaf has been doing for the past few years, and it’s about to get better in 2018. At CES, Nanoleaf announced new square light panels that are touch sensitive. Tap a panel to turn it on or off, change color, or adjust brightness. There’s also a new 12-sided remote that’s up for pre-order right now.
Acer had me at $9,000 gaming laptop (that’s about £7,300 or AU$12,400). But it also has a ginormous 21-inch curved screen — the first in a laptop — and an eye-tracking camera. Of course, it has nine heat pipes to cool the two GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs and two power supplies, four speakers and two subwoofers, plus it weighs 19.4 pounds (8.8 kg).
One to use on home soil rather than abroad (where you’d be at the mercy of roaming charges), this will keep the whole family entertained on long car journeys without using up your internet data. EE’s Buzzard 2 provides in-car 4G wi-fi – which up to 10 devices can connect to. The Buzzard 2 comes with either 6GB or 24GB of data (the latter currently costs £99 on Amazon). Before you set off on your journey, you’ll need to register the sim, but then you’re good to go. Useful if you want to keep the kids busy watching an online film or use your smartphone as a satnav.
No one should ever drive drunk, but it can be difficult to monitor your blood alcohol content levels without taking a breathalyzer test. While there are some small breathalyzers ar on the market, they can be clumsy and awkward to use in public. Proof is a unique and elegant solution to this problem, as it’s a wearable wristband that can discretely analyze you BAC levels through your skin. The makers of Proof managed to earn nearly twice what they were asking for after launching a successful crowdfunding campaign. The wristband is set to begin shipping at full production capacity in late 2017.
What it does: The Airfryer is compact, powerful and can make fresh fries with up to 80 per cent less fat. It’s a whizz at roasting vegetables, baking and grilling, and there’s even a recipe app to help you explore its potential.
EE’s own-brand devices all have a bird of prey theme and the Buzzard is a car-optimised 4G Wi-Fi hotspot. The bright yellow drink-can sized packaging actually makes the thing look more interesting than it is, as inside it is a pretty regular 4G USB dongle made by Huawei and a 12v car charger. Plug the former into the latter and the latter into the fag lighter and the dongle generates a Wi-Fi network that can support up to ten devices at a time.
Sure, it’s a prototype, but it works — literally. The Aeolus robot can clean your house, pick up after you and keep an eye on things while you’re away. Plus, it has Alexa built in so you can express your gratitude (or disappointment).
When it comes to pen tablets, virtually nobody does it better than Wacom, which is why they are still around after so many years. In fact, the team over at Wacom have come up with the all-new Intuos pen tablet that will certainly help budding digital artists and professionals alike to get creative r…
If you don’t have the cash for satellite radio or networked gadgets that can to plug into your stereo system, this odd little device can help to bridge the gap. Basically, it plugs into your computer at home and downloads content from over 42,000 Internet radio stations, content that can be played back at a later time in the car through an unused FM frequency. All in all you can get about 45 hours of content.
Modernize your wall sockets. Stop living in the dark ages and add a USB socket to your power points. This easy to install wallplug includes two regular power sockets as well as two USB sockets for charging all of USB gadgets such as your iPod or smartphone. These…
Play laser tag with your smartphone or iPod. Plug your iPhone, iPod or Android smartphone into the laser blaster and your surroundings will instantly be transformed into a battleground where you can shoot your friends for points and pick up weapons, ammo packs, health…
Transform your car into a movie theater. Here’s an addon for the iPad fridge mount that allows you to hook up your iPad to the back of your car seats so that backseat riders can enjoy a movie, listen to some music or play a game. The mount will ensure your iPad stays…