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.
A wall of lights that change color depending on the music streaming out of a nearby device sounds fun, right? That’s exactly what Nanoleaf has been doing for the past few years, and it’s about to get better in 2018. At CES, Nanoleaf announced new square light panels that are touch sensitive. Tap a panel to turn it on or off, change color, or adjust brightness. There’s also a new 12-sided remote that’s up for pre-order right now.
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!
It may look like your average laptop, but there’s no Intel inside. Instead, there’s a slot where the touchpad would normally be for you to dock Razer’s own Android-powered phone. Now you’ve got a Frankenstein’s monster with the phone as the brain — serving up its processor, operating system and apps — in the body of a Blade Stealth laptop.
There are a boatload of companies offering firewalls to stand between your home network and the evil outsiders who want to compromise your security. At least this one’s cute and relatively inexpensive.
There is nothing healthy about sitting behind a desk all day, but with the Cubii Elliptical you can burn up to 120 calories an hour just by working. The compact elliptical trainer is especially designed to be used at work. It fits comfortably underneath a desk, is quiet so as not to be distracting to others, is portable, and is designed to provide smooth elliptical movement of the legs while keeping the knees away from the underside of the desk and other sharp edges. Though other under-desk ellipticals exist on the market, Cubii is the newest and one of the least expensive, with prices beginning at $320.
It’s an exercise bike! It’s a standing desk! It is, per its manufacturer, the world’s first sit-stand-cycle desk bike. And, for what it’s worth, it’s also a Consumer Electronics Show 2018 Innovation Awards honoree. Get the Deskcise Pro from FlexiSpot for $499.99.
Game Controllers for the iPhone are extremely niche with only a handful of companies manufacturing these. Adding a game controller to the iPhone makes it appear like a PSP but the experience is truly novel.
This is a high class surveillance DVR wrist watch, encased in polished stainless steel and held to your wrist with black leather straps. Record hours of video footage with this DVR wrist watch thanks to the 4GB internal flash memory, and view the artistic fruits of your labor, with a simple connection of the DVR spy watch to your laptop computer using the USB cable provided.
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.
What makes it cool: Gesture control is not new. Facial recognition is not new. But this startup uses artificial intelligence to extrapolate models of your facial landscape, creating an array of expressions. It’s a smile to unlock feature. Eventually, it could learn your moods, likes and dislikes based on your individual profile and, for example, suggest activities or restaurants during a trip.
I was on vacation in France in 2002 (I was 7 or 8 back then) and I visited a local toy store multiple times because they had really cool stuff. But then, one day I saw a cylinder-shaped oil and water emulsion toy with spiral stairs inside that you can put upside down all the time and then you see little drops of blue oil rolling down in a spiral. It was so satisfying to watch, even better than a lava lamp! They had them in blue or pink. I wanted the blue one, but my mom didn’t want to buy it for me. For years I was searching for it as a child but I never found it in another store, not even on my next visit to France. I was so in love with that thing…but one year ago at the end of 2016, I visited a store in my country that I’ve known for years, and there I found them! I was so happy to finally see them after years of searching that I almost cried, they even had one in purple! —s4ef321550
If you are looking for a simple, precise, and flexible option for firm gaming control at your fingertips, the NZXT Avatar S Gaming Mouse is for you. Crafted with Teflon feet for gliding action on any surface, Avatar S is armed with a 1000Hz polling rate to match your reflexes and 30 inches per second tracking to match your speed.
Cryptex is a special container which has mechanical combination lock (rotating rings with letters or digits), which people used hundreds years ago to keep secrets. Inside the cylinder there’s a container, where you can keep piece of paper with secret data. Today it’s better to use a USB flash drive for data storage.
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.
Oh, but don’t stop at foreheads. Stamp FAIL on that memo you just got from that annoying manager. Car broke down on the way to the most important meeting/interview/date of your life? Stamp FAIL on the hood and that satisfactory “ka-ching” sound of the stamp doing its magic will make everything better.
What it does: The Panasonic slow juicer has a separate frozen attachment for sorbets and those all-important cocktails. It squeezes fruit and vegetables at 45rpm rather than dicing and spinning at speed, meaning that more nutrients stay in your juice.
Most electric breast-pumps feature external collection bottles and tubes that tether to loud, whirring machines. Mountain View-based startup Willow has developed a discreet, battery-powered that follows the shape of the breast and is small enough it can be slipped into a bra. The milk is sucked into freezer-safe bags that fit into the cups.
The Lift is wireless and will sync with your smartphone if your phone is equipped with Bluetooth 4+ and operates on iOS 10 or later or Android 5.0 or above. If you really want to get a handle on your office physical fitness, you can purchase an additional app that will monitor how long you’ve been sitting, how many steps you’ve taken, as well as how many calories you’ve burned while the sensor is attached to your clothing.
2.When TF card is inserted into it and after the formatting having been finished, the special software tool will be generated in the memory card automatically, which must be used for the computer to access the video documents in it.
Listen to the world around you and you will hear music, children, animals, heartbeats, laughter, and more filling every empty space with sound. Each creating a unique sound wave that ripples through the air until it meets an attentive ear. Fuse this waveform with the richness of color and a one-of-a-kind Resonant Decor brilliantly emerges.