L’Oréal’s UV Sense is a tiny sensor capable of detecting ultraviolet exposure that’s small enough to wear comfortably on your fingernail. The sensor itself is battery-free and includes an NFC antenna, a temperature sensor, and a UV sensor.
Another one of these best iPhone accessories is the TaoTronics Bluetooth Headphones. Perfect workout headphones that are snug and secure so the headphones stay put while running, biking or at the gym. Built-in magnets let you attach the two headphones together when not using, and wear like a around your neck, a convenient way to carry around when you don’t need them.
If there was one particular superpower that I would love to have, it would be the ability to be able to decipher and understand all languages. It makes communication far easier, and it will certainly be a bridge among different people groups and tribes. While the science fiction utopia of having a form of AI (Artificial Intelligence) handle all of our different languages and dialect nuances remains just that, the AIcorrect Translator might be on to something with its debut at the recently concluded CES 2018.
The Intuos Art pen is remarkably sensitive. With 1024 distinct pressure levels, it perfectly mirrors your brushstrokes and lines with natural feel and movement. On the tablet, use simple multi-touch gestures to zoom, scroll, or navigate through your artwork. Customizable ExpressKeys give you a shortcut to the functions you use most often, like changing tips or tools.
The CG-Lock easily clips onto your vehicle’s seatbelt to add several major benefits. The CG-Lock prevents you from slouching, and holds your hips back for proper posture, with your spine cradled in the lumbar support of the seat. This means enhanced safety, greater comfort while commuting, better car control, plus less back fatigue and stress.
CNET called this Bluetooth-enabled, hands-free calling device a wearable, supercool speakerphone. And, it noted, you won’t look nearly as weird as those people with Bluetooth earsets. Plus, it chirps just like a proper Enterprise combadge should. Available from ThinkGeek for $79.99.
The ports are all silicon-padded, so nothing gets scratched. And the dock is equipped to withstand power surges and over-charging. Best of all, it has built-in dividers to help you keep everything neat and organized, so you can immediately lay your hands on the device you need. The one downside is that you have to purchase charging cables separately.
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.
Those who are always working out and would like to keep track of the various metrics through the entire fitness regime would definitely have a heart rate monitor of sorts. Well, with the world moving towards integration of functionality in many aspects, Sweetzpot decided to work on the FLOW, a weara…
Most runners enjoy listening to music while they exercise — at the very least to break up the tedium of a six- or seven-mile run. The only problem is the what-to-do-with-your-music-listening device, which, chances are, is probably your phone. Any decent holster for your phone, then, should be a comfortable, secure fit. The TuneBand armband for iPhone 6/6S includes both a large and small velcro strap for any arm size. It has a silicone skin that allows you to access and control any of your iPhone’s functions while it’s secured in the strap. The case also detaches from the strap, allowing you to use it as a standalone case for your iPhone 6/6S.