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.
Aside from checking out the newest pro-level gear in areas like DJing, speakers, and headphones, there were two categories that caught my attention at NAMM. They were products that tackled music education and gadgets that were third-party add-ons for instruments and hardware people already own.
Having Exploride Head up Display in your car, you will never get lost because you know all about your ride with on board diagnostics giving information about direction, speed, tire pressure, fuel and other important statistics. Exploride Head up Display also provides a feature rolling a list of apps available for your journey.
If you’re concerned about keeping your sensitive work documents and communications safe, add the CUJO Smart Internet Firewall to your workspace. This cute gadget works 24/7 to protect all the devices on your network, keeping hackers out and your family secure.
Byton wants your car to feel more like your living room rather than a just a means of transportation. That’s the idea behind its concept car, which the company says will be launching in the U.S. in 2020.
Tired of trying to play games with software-based joystics? Grab an iStick Joystick and achieve the precision you’ve always wanted on your iPhone! And if you want to see one in action, here’s a YouTube video of someone using one.
Enjoy the classically designed keyboard, with a pillow-textured palm rest for support and comfort. The desktop is completed with a wireless, full-size mouse that features enhanced side grips, four-way scrolling and Blue Track technology. Not only is this desktop secure, comfortable and convenient – it’s simple to use—just plug in the transceivers and you’re ready to go!
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Coffee is essential to the work day, but it’s the worst when your morning cup of joe gets cold from sitting too long. Now, you can keep your coffee warm through a simple USB cord. This one is available for around US$10 but there are plenty of versions out there, so be sure to shop around! Needless to say, it can also heat some other drinks and food in no time (looking at you tea drinkers!)
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 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
What it does: Jam-makers and Sunday-roast-fanciers will get endless use from this nylon/silicone Mastrad Thermometer Spoon with detachable probe, which can measure temperatures from -40° to 250°C, with buttons for Celsius and Fahrenheit readings. Slide the handle away from the spoon and it becomes a 5in probe for testing meats and pastries.
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.