I might put this on my Christmas list this year. This is one cool car gadget. You add the four caps to your tires and the main one attaches to your cigarette lighter telling you what your PSI is! If you never remember to put air in your tires, now you will!
One of the benefits of working in a corporate office is they normally have expensive security systems to protect their assets. You might have anti-virus software for your home office, but the protection against hackers usually stops there.
I got this for my husband as a stocking stuffer, I thought it would be a cool gift. He loves taking pictures with his cell phone. They are pretty cool, the fish eye lens is the neatest. The only drawback with them is, you have to take the phone out of the case. The lenses attach to the phone with a clip and the clip is not big enough to go over the case.
A Spy Pen Video Camera is only of any use if it actually looks like a pen (so many don’t), and this one is indistinguishable from the real thing. It even comes with three ink refills, so it’s perfectly acceptable as your normal work pen. The Spy Pen Video Camera might not make you a spy, but all the wizardry inside will make you at least consider a new hat and a pseudonym.
Say goodbye to cable. With a 60-mile range, the Smartenna+ will pick up the signal and then optimize your reception automatically. It works with the new Stream+, which features dual tuners, Android TV support and a free channel guide — all without a subscription.
Weight: 155g | Dimensions: 148.9 x 68.1 x 8mm | OS: Android 7 | Screen size: 5.8-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Exynos 8895 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB | Battery: 3000mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
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.
The Moov Now doesn’t have all the bells and whistles you would associate with a fitness tracker. It doesn’t have GPS tracking, it doesn’t even have a screen; but what it does have is a cheap price tag and six-month battery life. Yes, you read that right: six months.
We know you architects and designers out there are constantly looking for new ways to simplify your work. Seen on Yanko Design, the Hole Measuring Tape from designer Sunghoon Jung is a 2012 iF Design Talents Award entry and a practical instrument, soon to
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Makani’s enormous “energy kite” is a new type of turbine that generates electricity by flying against the wind in acrobatic loops while tethered to the ground. As the kite flies around, rotors on the wing spin as the wind moves through them. The power generated on board travels down the tether the grid. The design allows for the system to be installed in parts of the world where regular wind turbines aren’t economically viable or physically possible. The latest prototype can generate enough energy to power up to 300 homes.
The unique intelligent frame reduction function enables automatical picture recording when objects or people enters the monitoring scope. The frame rate stays around 10 FPS when there is objects or people, and around 1 FPS when there is not. In this way, it is more suitable for long time monitoring for its electricity and memory saving characteristics.
Amazon’s new, pay-as-you-go service is aimed at making your office as smart as your home. Tell your Alexa for Business-enabled Echo to handle a conference call, reserve a meeting room, or, as CNET pointed out, order office supplies from you-know-where. A starter kit, featuring a combined seven Echo, Echo Dot and Echo Show devices, is available for about $700.
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.
The TechMatte Apple Pencil Charging dock allows you to place your Apple Pencil into a stylish aluminum holder. Charge your pencil on our sleek charger rather than having messy cables cluttering your desk.
Hailed by Time as one of the best inventions of 2017, the Ember is an app-controlled, 10-ounce ceramic mug that’ll keep your morning coffee the perfect, preferred temperature even if, owing to deadlines, you don’t finish it ’til the evening. The list price is $79.95; get it directly from Ember, or look for one, as they say, at a Starbucks near you.
The Mini Car DVR Dash Camera is the ultimate personal security camera for your car. It attaches easily and automatically records both audio and video of everything that happens on your car journey. Great for recording road trips or accidents.
Kids room, home office or near the kitchen for the busy family – love. George & Willy designed Studio Roller, a wall-mounted, kraft paper roll dispenser that easily lets you pull out a section of paper when you need it.
This is one of the most awesome gadgets I’ve seen for people who find themselves writing a lot; especially in the context of writing during a meeting or presentation. You can not only record audio, but the pen will convert your writing to digital format so you can load it on a computer. Then, when you want to go to a certain point in your recorded conversation, you simply select one of the words from your notes and you’ll be linked up with that exact spot in your conversation. Pretty handy! (No pun intended.) // Source
I know what you’re thinking: A router?! I have no clue if it’s any good, but this geometric orb, available in gold or silver, certainly doesn’t look like a piece of networking technology. It also offers real-time network security for every device connected to it.
If you’re still not convinced that the days of buying large, cumbersome consoles to get the best gaming performance are over, look no further than the Xbox One X. Microsoft’s latest console crams six teraflops and native 4K gaming support into a sleek package, making it the choice console for players who want screaming performance for less than the price of a high-end gaming PC.
EyeTV Mobile is a small device that connects to your mobile, almost like a freeview box. The greatest part is that there’s no need for internet connection, therefore you can watch loads of programs without eating into your data plan or waiting for a slow Wi-fi connection.
Google Glass is gone. Into the void steps Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant, hitching a ride aboard the Vuzix Blade smart glasses. Vuzix has embedded a camera, microphone and side-mounted touchpad in this chunky but pretty normal-looking pair of sunglasses, which takes phone calls and puts Alexa’s giant brain between your ears.
This camera is the newest innovation in secure home monitoring. The Vstarcam delivers them all into a compact wireless IP camera that has a user-friendly installation and remote access to view and record everything that happens in your home or office – all from your smartphone, tablet or PC.
Bristol Braille Technology has developed an affordable braille e-reader for blind people called Canute. The device, which can store thousands of braille e-book files, is the world’s first multiple line braille e-reader. Having the option of multiple lines in the display allows for true context to Braille maths, music, tabular data and science books.
The Light Light series creates an incredible visual conversation piece. It is like an optical illusion, yet one that is kind to the eyes and easy on the mind. Once you know how it works, it is still fascinating tobehold. It is timeless, classical and, at the same time, contemporary.
Nintendo’s iconic grey-and-purple Super Nintendo gaming machine made a huge comeback in 2017. The SNES Classic comes loaded with 21 retro titles, including Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Donkey Kong Country, and a previously unreleased Star Fox game. Everything from the games themselves to the way the controllers feel in your hands are exactly as you would remember from the 1990s. Catering to players’ nostalgia has seemingly paid off: the SNES Classic was the second best-selling video game console during the month of October, according to research firm NPD, and it’s been nearly impossible to find since its September launch.
The best boards come from California — for surfers, and for desk jockeys, too. A range of these back-pain-killing, ergonomic motion boards, including the aluminum-and-bamboo original (pictured), are available directly from FluidStance. (Note: All prices listed were current as of publication.)
With an innovative mid-side architecture for clean, clear stereo sound, the MOTIV MV88 Digital Stereo Condenser Microphone directly connects to any Apple iPhone, iPod or iPad equipped with a Lightning connector to capture high-quality recordings on the go. This is why we consider it one of the best iPhone accessories.
Honda’s new concept robots may be just as cute as they are useful. At CES, the company showcased its 3E Robotics concept, which includes several robot companions all designed to serve different functions.
Drones are one of those gadgets that can be hard to persuade yourself to buy since a crash is impossible to avoid. The thought of an expensive and beloved device crashing to the ground and breaking is just too stressful.
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