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iPhone 8 price in India will be on top of many Apple fans in the country as it is the cheapest new model launched by the company at the event on Tuesday. It doesn’t hurt that the iPhone 8 base variant comes with an ample 64GB of storage, making it more attractive than the base models in previous years. On the other end of the spectrum is the iPhone X 256GB which costs a humongous Rs. 1,02,000. Of course, at with the price of iPhone 8, you will miss out on new features such as Face ID and the OLED bezel-less display. Then there’s the price cuts of iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s Plus that you might consider too.
It seems like everything is getting app-ified these days: phones, televisions, vehicles, and… magnets! Just one more thing to remind you that Apple’s pretty close to achieving world domination. // Source
Sure, you can check the time right there at the bottom of your computer monitor, but that’s so one-dimensional. This LED clock by FiBiSonic also tells you the date, the humidity and the temperature — Celsius or Fahrenheit, your choice. It includes three different alarms in case you’re worried about losing track of time, and you can set them with the voice control mode. The clock has three brightness settings, so you can choose the easiest on your eyes, as well as two face modes. Use the one that gives you the information you most need to know. You can pick and choose what to show. The console is made of durable, attractive wood.
This sleek magnetic cell phone car mount provides an optimal place to store, view and access your mobile device hands free. No clunky cradle here, gracefully mount your phone with one hand. Just stick one of the thin, metal plates on your phone or underneath your phone case, and you’re ready to go.
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Have you ever spilled your drink somewhere around the vicinity of a computer and thought to yourself, Well, now… that could’ve been bad? Never again! With this handy-dandy clip-on cup holder, you simply won’t find yourself spilling a drink somewhere around the vicinity of your computer and thinking to yourself, Well, now… that could have been bad!
This Dummy antenna doesn’t actually do anything, it’s just for show. Still, if you mount it on the roof of your car it definitely makes the vehicle seem more interesting. Everyone will wonder what’s going on in there. Is that satellite TV, or is that Jetta really an FBI Mobile Command Unit? Just don’t get arrested for impersonating a federal agent. $6 – Sourcing Map via Nerd Approved
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Crafted with aluminum alloy and multi-element coated glass to minimize ghosting, reflections, lens flare, and other artifacts. Detachable soft rubber clip is easy to adjust and won’t leave any scratches or marks on your mobile device.
There are a boatload of companies offering firewalls to stand between your home network and the evil outsiders who want to compromise your security. At least this one’s cute and relatively inexpensive.
The UV Sense is a tiny wearable that sticks to a fingernail or on your sunglasses. The tiny sticker then tracks the amount of UV rays you’re exposed to, and after it syncs with your iOS or Android device, the app will chart your UV exposure and help you make decisions on when to go inside or put on sunscreen. And since it doesn’t have a battery, you don’t need to worry about charging it before heading outside. UV Sense will ship this year.
There are tons of desk organizers out there, but the Cyanics Desk Organizer is perhaps the coolest. Not only does it organize your stuff, but it also has USB ports and every memory connection you can imagine. You can also use it for various accessories and portable devices; it has a special stand for a smartphone whether its iPhone, Android or something else. This organizer will take up little space on your desk and is only US$39,99 from Amazon.
The HTC Vive is the best VR headset in the world right now. The controls are intuitive to use, the resolution is incredible, with a 1080p screen per eye, and the base stations mean you can play in a space that’s 13 x 13 feet in size – that’s some serious playing space to swing yourself around in.
This follow-me robot assistant uses face recognition to identify angry, scrunchy countenances. If it’s a baby it’ll notify you and automatically launch into pacification mode with music, a fan or an audiobook.
A hit at CES 2014 and a nearly instant bestseller, Mophie Space Pack represents the future of smartphone accessories. Not only does this revolutionary iPhone case charge your phone with additional battery, it adds 32GB of storage so you no longer have to worry about deleting one thing just to make room for another. Keep videos, pictures, and documents on the Mophie, or play videos right from it. Best yet, Mophie is beautifully designed and adds very little additional weight to the phone.
In giving a vague approximation (~) of time Mhin contrasts the specificity and scheduling associated with our daily lives. The unrelenting tick-tock and minute by minute progression is replaced by absolute silence and a slow consistent linear motion.
One to use on home soil rather than abroad (where you’d 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.
Once upon a time we dreamed of eating meal-replacement pills while flying our cars to see a holographic movie. While so much of the future’s useful technology has failed to materialise, there’s one field that has come on in leaps and bounds like an untethered spacewalker, and that’s handwriting-to-typing. Finally you can grab hold of what looks like a normal pen, write as usual, then download everything on to a computer as images and text. If it wasn’t so ruddy simple, you’d think it was witchcraft.
What it does: Designed to look like the Loch Ness monster, this long-necked ladle sits on its own four little feet on the kitchen worktop, or in a pot or pan, and is perfect for serving up soup or dolloping out dinner.
In what is probably not the best idea, you can now store your phone next to your aquatic friends. This desk organizer is sure to be a conversation starter and change the outlook of the office, and you will never get lonely with your trusty goldfish by your side… sort of. It also has a LED lamp and a real, working faucet.
Record hours of video footage with this DVR wrist watch thanks to the 4GB internal flash memory, and view the artistic fruits of your labor, with a simple connection of the DVR spy watch to your laptop computer using the USB cable provided.