Computer and other digital devices are a common part of the workspace. Laptop, monitor, keyboard all use wires. If you have a million cables draped over the side of your desk then, you need a CableDrop. This product helps you bring some order to your desk. In what is probably the best looking solution to your cord problem, a 6-pack of CableDrop is available for just US$10 on Amazon.
We have an entire collection of electronic gadgets and personalised gift ideas for every kind of man. From RC drones and virtual reality headsets for the big kids, or record players for those who like to remember the way things were. And if all this talk about gadgets is sending you in to a technology tailspin, we even have a range of home massagers to help you relax.
The ONE Piano Hi-Lite was another education tool that was quite clever. A long strip with sensors on the bottom, the Hi-Lite is placed on top of your existing piano’s keyboard and then connected with an app for iPad or iPhone. It then works Guitar Hero-style to teach you how to learn theory and play songs, with keys lighting up along the strip as notes appear on screen.
When we reviewed the Razer Phone, we were impressed by the screen’s deep blacks. Now we know why it can go so dim: the Razer Phone was secretly designed to play Netflix in HDR. The companies announced that the phone will be the first phone to do so, and with Dolby 5.1 surround sound, too — lest you forget that the Razer Phone is a Dolby-certified device with crazy-loud speakers.
A discussion arose at the Plymouth meeting of the Devonshire Association in 1916 when it was suggested that this word should be recorded in the list of local verbal provincialisms. Several members dissented from its inclusion on the ground that it is in common use throughout the country; and a naval officer who was present said that it has for years been a popular expression in the service for a tool or implement, the exact name of which is unknown or has for the moment been forgotten. I have also frequently heard it applied by motor-cycle friends to the collection of fitments to be seen on motor cycles. ‘His handle-bars are smothered in gadgets’ refers to such things as speedometers, mirrors, levers, badges, mascots, &c., attached to the steering handles. The ‘jigger’ or short-rest used in billiards is also often called a ‘gadget’; and the name has been applied by local platelayers to the ‘gauge’ used to test the accuracy of their work. In fact, to borrow from present-day Army slang, ‘gadget’ is applied to ‘any old thing.'
We’ve decided it’s best if we just get the largest, most monstrous hub on the market, because having more ports than we need is a much nicer problem than having to acquire a new hub every few months. This puppy has 24 ports. (And you thought our 16 port hub was crazy!) Connect up to 24 USB devices with lightning fast 480Mbps transfer speeds. You can power this hub either directly from your computer or from an AC outlet. This means you can recharge your digital camera, flipcam, mp3 player, cell phone, everything you want, anywhere there’s a wall socket. This top grade hub features automatic over-current protection for each port, hot swapping plug-and-play connection, and the ability to daisy chain up to 127 USB devices if you’re really crazy.
If you spend all day squinting at a computer screen in the wrong light, you’re going to get a headache and not want to work anymore. With smart light bulbs from Philips Hue in your office lamps though, you can brighten or dim the room to just the right setting so your eyes aren’t strained, no matter what time of day it is.
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.
Some car designer realized that they’d been woefully underutilizing spline surfaces in their CAD software and decided to use a year’s supply in one shot for this AI-powered car. Which, by the way, answers to Yui and knows what you want and what mood you’re in, and then reacts appropriately.
If you are a retailer or drop shipper of electronic gadgets, you may need to consider selecting good titles and description keywords to attract customers. Remember people may be searching for gadget and gift keywords as well as specific product names. Don’t be afraid of adding titles and keywords that match the bargain shoppers. Although we suggest that you point out the reliable quality of Chinavasion products.
Vent and dash mounts mean this smart phone car mount can be positioned to fit your needs. Optimal viewing with advanced carbon steel gimbal for 140-degree rotation. This magnet phone holder for car vents is ideal for cell phones of all sizes, with or without a case.
When it comes to waterproof speakers, there are many different kinds of models that are available in the market. However, Scosche has had a pretty decent track record in the past with its offerings, and recently lifted the veil up from the all-new BoomBottle MM. The BoomBottle MM continues from the ideology of its predecessor, with a portable and cylindrical design being the base design, while offering sought after features and arriving in a refined shape. Not only that, Scosche has thrown in additional functionality and exceptional sound quality, offering an alternative option to active lifestyle consumers where Bluetooth speakers are concerned.
This tornado demonstration model is for the person who wants to spend US$300 on a machine that creates mini tornadoes. Probably the most useless gadget on the list, it sure would be cool to have a tornado on your desk and watch it dance. Although, we don’t recommend using the excuse a tornado destroyed my work to get out of that next report. The great thing about this tech wonder is that your kids will appreciate it.
Who would have thought that a little phone from a company named Apple could revolutionize the cell phone business. Apple’s top seller, the iPhone, has created a whole new industry, iPhone Gadgets. Screen protectors, covers, lenses, speakers, the list goes on and on. Here we share all of the coolest iPhone gadgets currently available.
If it sounds a bit crazy, I’d have to agree. But these things look awesome. You can order right now, but it looks like the next delivery isn’t until March. A single tag costs $49, or you can buy a pack of eight for $199.
Do you find yourself hunched over your keyboard by 2 pm? I know I do! The Upright Smart Posture Trainer is a little gadget that you stick to your back during work, and it will coach you to sit up straight during the day—a small adjustment that makes a big difference if you have back pain.