Hisense’s $10,000 laser TV rig combines a short-throw projector with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light. The projector itself has built-in speakers and Hisense includes a wireless subwoofer, too. Frickin’ lasers!
Philips’ headband isn’t designed to help you get more sleep. Rather, it’s meant to help you get the most out of your sleep. The headband emits a tone that the company says improves slow wave sleep, the stage in the sleep cycle at which brain waves and breathing slow to their lowest levels.
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:
Thanks to Weekend At Bernies 2, you now have some sticky insurance situations to deal with. Unfortunately, your Car Cam Dually isn’t going to help your case much as it simultaneously records both you in your seat and the action out front. It would clearly show the moment of impact outside the vehicle — and that your eyes were not on the road, as you burst into a moment of hysterical laughter just before smashing through the windshield.
Microsoft’s first crack at a real laptop (not a tablet-notebook hybrid) is a real winner. Between its light and elegant design, sharp screen, and long-lasting battery, the Surface Laptop is solid choice for anyone seeking a new Windows computer. Microsoft is positioning the Surface Laptop as a showpiece for Windows 10 S, the newer version of Windows that can only run programs from Microsoft’s app store. With Windows 10 S, Microsoft is essentially hoping to bring to Windows machines what Google has done for Chromebooks: making the software simpler to allow for faster performance, more battery life, and better security. But those who find Windows 10 S too restrictive can upgrade to Windows 10 Pro on the Surface Laptop for free for a limited time. The software upgrade will cost $50 after the promotional period ends.
Meet Olly, a fusion between smart home hubs, such as the Amazon Echo, and smart home robots. It can respond to your questions by looking up information for you, and can control all of your smart devices and internet-connected products. But, like a robot, Olly has deep-learning capabilities that mean it gets to know you and your daily routines over time, and will evolve to become more like you and respond to the patterns of your life.
I can tell you from experience that a well put-together home office is essential to being productive if you work remotely. On days when I decide to lounge on the couch to work, I’m definitely more prone to distraction and get less done. Comparatively, I can get into “work mode” much easier if I’m in my office, sitting at my desk.
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It has a knife, bottle opener, scissors, Phillips head, flathead screwdriver, nail file, LED light, and a RETRACTABLE BALLPOINT PEN! All in a ridiculously compact form factor. I’m reasonably sure I’ll never have a set of keys without one of these on it ever again. —axj66
The office is the place where you spend most of your day, so why not fill it with the best gadgets out there and create a better atmosphere. Some people find desk gadgets to be unnecessary distraction cluttering their space and preventing them from doing a good job. However, these small things are a great way to reduce stress and increase productivity in a workplace. From the absurd to the incredibly useful, here is a list of 12 office gadgets that you definitely are going to want in your cubicle.
It offers the added benefits of business-friendly scanning from the scan glass or automatic document feeder, so it’s ideal for the small office that has the need to duplicate and digitize documents. Thanks to its fast print speed of up to 30 ppm, and automatic duplex printing, it’s ideal for printing business documents including multi-page reports, spreadsheets, invoices, and more.
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Electric car startup Faraday Future debuted the FF 91 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. It has self-parking, autonomous driving, a 378-mile range and ubiquitous screens all around the cabin. The FF 91 looks promising, but with production facilities only existing on paper at this stage, it’s reasonable to worry whether the car will ever roll out on the road.
I couldn’t go making this gallery without mentioning privacy filters. I’m often amazed by how few people know about these. They’re absolutely perfect for foiling the plans of nosey coworkers who try to come around and see what you’re doing — that, or if you’re trying to get some work done on some sort of public transportation. Between one of these and a couple of those monitor rear-view mirrors, you’ll be gold-ish. // Source
They’re not in this business to sell headphones. They’re in this business to deliver music. Their Triple Drivers represent every sonic detail the artist intended you to hear. In essence, they disappear so there’s nothing between you and your music.
Imagine sitting on an airplane (or anywhere else in a public space, for that matter) and being able to watch whatever’s on your iPhone on a virtual 67-inch screen. With the Vuzix Wrap 920, you can do just that!
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When I first saw the Buzzard I had rather hoped the drink-can container would house a rechargeable battery, so you could take the Buzzard out of the car but sadly not. Still, it does make for a handy way to keep everything neat and tidy when not in use – better to have it sat in your car’s cup holder than rattling around the cabin or glove box. For £15 per month you can have a Buzzard gratis with 3GB of data or alternatively it is available on PAYG for £59 plus a £10 top up that gets you 2GB of data to use in 30 days.
Just about everyone has a smartphone these days, where it is not only our primary communications device, it also doubles up as a very useful and convenient digital camera as well as music playback device and note taking (audio or written) capabilities. Well, why not make sure the rest of your portab…
The modern day road warrior has a slew of mobile devices that he or she carries around at any one time, either out of the necessity of work, or simply because these are nice to have as they supposedly make life a whole lot more convenient. The smartphone is definitely a staple tool of just about everyone, whether they are living across a sprawling metropolis or tucked away in a quiet town somewhere, while the laptop is also another convenient device that helps in one’s productivity greatly. However, keeping them powered up when the battery level begins to dip can be tricking, especially when one is traveling. mophie has long had a track record of rolling out charging devices that will help keep evem the most digitally engaged road warrior’s devices powered up regardless of where they are. This time around, it would be the mophie Powerstation AC that takes center stage, being a high-capacity external battery with AC power and USB-C PD fast charging for laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices.
The scanner is compatible with Mac, Windows, Android and iPhone, and it’s ideal for offices with high-volume correspondence that you don’t want to have to repeatedly dig in a paper file to find. Just run the “pen” over the text in question and it will convert the data into text on your computer or smartphone. The translation software will tell you what it all means. The scanner can decode 12-plus languages and turn the words into English. The WorldPenScan X can also take data from screenshots and direct-deposit it into most Word programs and search engines. At just eight inches long, it’s not clumsy or difficult to handle, either.
There are plenty of projects out there attempting to replicate the locomotion of insects, but one thing that computers and logic aren’t so good at is improvising and adapting the way even the smallest
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The TDK Sound Cube is the smallest in their range; although, at 25.5cm³ it’s no pipsqueak. Each of the Cube’s vertical sides has its own speaker (two active and two passive), giving you 360° of party-starting audio; and the sturdy leather handle on top just screams “pick me up!”. Which is a good thing, as this funky sound system is at its best when it’s on the move. Whether you’re hooking it up to the mains or going portable with batteries, it’s great for using all around the house, carrying into the garden, or even taking on a picnic!
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.