Features a cozy open-end half finger design with cover flap design, with a 2 meters USB cable, allows your fingers to move easily with normal dexterity. Use fold over flap to warm your fingertips. Crafted with quality fleece, which can be cleaned safely with water (while not in operation), separate USB connection for each glove, each glove contains two warming pads that operate on safe and reliable 5 volt USB power.
One of the big problems with the current state of the VR art is that it really doesn’t fully engage your senses. But how do you get haptic feedback for your tootsies? Taclim’s tackling that with prototype VR shoes that will let you feel it you’re virtually tiptoeing through the tulips and wading on the shore.
There are plenty of satnavs out there and one of the market leaders, Garmin, has a great one. The nuviCam is a two-in-one satnav. In addition to the usual easy-to-read maps and clear directions that you’d expect, it also comes with a built-in dash-cam that automatically records if your car is involved in an incident. The device also comes with two great safety features, a lane departure warning – so if you’re driving and drift out of your lane you’ll quickly be alerted, and forward collision warning notifications so if you get too close to a car in front you’ll know about it too. You can even use the Bluetooth enabled device to connect to your Smartphone so you can talk safely. We say, two-in-one? It’s actually more like a five in one.
When the Windows PowerShell window opens copy the line below and paste it into the PowerShell window by simply right-clicking at the blinking PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> prompt, or by pressing [Ctrl] + [V] on the keyboard:
Byton wants your car to feel more like your living room rather than a just a means of transportation. That’s the idea behind its concept car, which the company says will be launching in the U.S. in 2020.
Taking a memorable video with a shaky hand isn’t good. Until now, the fancy handheld gimbal systems that make it possible to take incredibly smooth video no matter how much you move or shake have been expensive.
Do you lose track of your keys often? Even if it’s only happened to you a couple of times, there’s not much worse than running late for work and not being able to track your keys down. Thankfully, people make things like this: a wireless doohickey that lets you quickly track down whatever you have it attached to (keys, badge, phone, wallet, ferret, etc.). Simple solution. // Source
This may be the first step on the road to our mecha future, but Furrion’s giant exoskeleton is designed for peace, not war. It’s a racing exoskeleton that’s 14 feet/4.3m tall, 16 feet/4.9m wide and weighs over 3.5 tons (3.2 metric tons). Yet, it can run at speeds up to 21 mph, jump 10 feet in the air and run for two hours on a charge. All with you controlling it with body movements.
All iPhone models are world phones, so you can use them almost anywhere. Whether you are a GSM or CDMA network customer, you can roam internationally on GSM networks in over 200 countries or regions around the world. Availability of LTE data varies in some countries or regions and depends on carrier support for certain LTE radio frequencies. Contact your wireless carrier for more information regarding international roaming policies and rates.
Do you find yourself hunched over your keyboard by 2 pm? I know I do! The Upright Smart Posture Trainer is a little gadget that you stick to your back during work, and it will coach you to sit up straight during the day—a small adjustment that makes a big difference if you have back pain.
These are commercial, office-grade stamps that require no ink pad and are good for hundreds of judgement-filled stampings. Each stamp produces an imprint that is 1.5 inches wide by .6 inches tall. Our advice? Order now and spend the rest of the day measuring foreheads.
The e-Palette is Toyota’s new, modular transportation platform that looks inspired by both shipping container and toaster. It comes in three sizes ranging from 4 meters (about 13 feet) to approximately 7 meters (around 23 feet) and is designed to be flexible and reconfigurable to accommodate the needs of Toyota’s partners on the project, which include Amazon, Pizza Hut, Uber and others.
Electonics for the kitchen aren’t only there to make tasty food and beverages. They can also ensure higher standards and maintain the quality of produce. One such kitchen gadgets are the food thermometers. These are perfect for restaurants or canteens. Where there are health and safety requirements to check on food temperatures in storage or presentation. It’s an essential gadget at a low price!
Apart of Me is a mobile app designed to help children cope with the death of a family member. The app is designed as a safe virtual space featuring games and quests that teach self-care strategies at different stages of grief. One feature, for example, allows users to create a treasure chest with digital memories of the lost relative. They can also listen to audio recordings from other young people going through grief.
Why you need it: There’s a button on the handle for memorising the maximum and minimum temperatures from its last use – with accuracy to the nearest tenth of a degree. The product to end guesswork about when dinner is done.
This handy coffee warmer from Computer Kitchen will keep your coffee warm as long as you want. All you have to do is plug the gadget into a USB port on your computer and it’ll keep any liquid at a temperature between F.
This is the device that monitors a car’s activity and provides a detailed report of places, routes, and speeds traveled. It uses a 16-channel GPS receiver to track the movements of the car to which it is attached (internally or externally, using the device’s built-in magnet for covert purposes), storing locations on its built-in flash memory that holds up to 100 hours of driving activity.