Their lens clip is made of the highest quality polypropylene with a sturdy fire hardened steel spring. These clips will NOT be falling apart in a week like many customers have complained about other products doing!
Sony took one of our favorite LCD TVs of 2017 and supersized it. The monstrous 85-inch X900F sticks with its predecessor’s full-array local dimming LED backlight and adds Dolby Vision high dynamic range compatibility.
Hitachi Maxell have developed a series of sophisticated wireless charging docks for Apple smartphones. The Air Voltage iPhone 4 is a pad that can charge up your iPhone without any wires or cables. Just hook up the pad (e.g. to your laptop), slip the special cover onto your phone, and then all you need do when you require power is put it onto the pad.
Stanley is designed for smartphones, phablets, and smaller tablets like iPad mini. Heck, Stanley could make a lovely charging stand for your Apple TV Remove or Amazon Kindle! You can bend the two front arms to better cradle your iPad in landscape mode, but tablets over 8″ will not work on Stanley.
I know…the first thing you are going to say is how expensive this really, really cool car is. But…have you seen this yet?! So genius! Not only is it a navigation device that mounts straight in front of you, but you can also connect it to your phone and get text messages or calls. So much safer than looking down at your phone.
Navdy is a nifty car gadget that promises to solve this issue and allow you to interact with your smartphone while keeping your eyes on the road. How do they do it? You simply put Navdy on your car’s dashboard, it connects via Bluetooth to your iPhone or Android smartphone and, via a HUD (heads-up display), it projects information from your phone and displays it … on the road in front of your vehicle!
The usage of the term in military parlance extended beyond the navy. In the book Above the Battle by Vivian Drake, published in 1918 by D. Appleton & Co., of New York and London, being the memoirs of a pilot in the British Royal Flying Corps, there is the following passage: Our ennui was occasionally relieved by new gadgets — gadget is the Flying Corps slang for invention! Some gadgets were good, some comic and some extraordinary.
The world’s most-awarded mobile lens, olloclip has been issued over 100 patents worldwide and recognized for class-leading design and technology by the likes of Mashable, Wired, National Geographic and Travel + Leisure.
This is the latest version of the bare-bones, credit-card-sized computer. It only costs about $35 on Amazon, and, yes, you can use it as your work PC, TechRepublic’s Nick Heath wrote, if you’re willing to make minor adjustments to how you work and trivial tweaks to the official Raspbian OS.
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
We all know that riding a motorbike can be a very exhilarating experience, when you have the cool breeze flying in your face as you zip by a gridlock of vehicles. Well, it goes without saying that wearing a helmet is of utmost importance in terms of safety, since your skull might be hard enough to h…