The est-iest TV we’ve ever seen, LG’s new W7 65- and 77-inch TVs are the thinnest, lightest and potentially the best-picture quality TVs to hit the wall. Plus, LG claims the picture quality of these are better than last year’s, which are pretty terrific.
Cook Your Food With The Power Of The Sun… A solar oven allows cooks to harness the natural energy of the sun to cook delicious meals almost anywhere. Users will find that the solar oven is a cooking appliance they will want to use at home and away. It is a great…
TechRadar Phones Editor Gareth Beavis thinks the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the best phone on the market for a number of reasons, but primarily for its stunning display. Gareth says “it makes every other handset on the market look positively antiquated”.
Launch an air assault without leaving ground. Engage in air warfare with the Airzooka and blow balls of air towards any person or object up to twenty feet away. It’s the ultimate way to teach the office prankster a lesson allowing you to do all kinds of fun things to…
Screen sizes available: 55-inch, 65-inch | Tuner: Freeview Play | 4K: Yes | HDR: Yes (HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision) | Panel technology: OLED | Smart TV: WebOS 3.5 | Curved: No | Dimensions: 1230 x 750 x 217mm (W x H x D) | 3D: No | Inputs: Four HDMIs, three USBs, 2 x RF input, Ethernet port, optical digital audio output, PCMCIA slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
I’m not a huge gadget person but I LOVE the shower speaker I got on Amazon. It’s awesome for so much more than just the shower. I use it to play music in my room and also stick it to the window in my car! Money well spent. —ginababy417
Are you a drinker? We have gadgets for that. Are you a complete nerd? We are too and we have gadgets for that. Are you really cool? Probably not, but we have gadgets for those people as well. Whatever your flavor you certainly will find it. If you can’t find it then you need to search again.
The tennis ball shooter for dogs. Fetch has just evolved to a new level and now with the hyper dog ball launcher you’ll be able to fire off tennis balls up to 220 feet away with ease sending your dog into an out of control frenzy of excitement! The tennis ball…
What it does: Designed to look like the Loch Ness monster, this long-necked ladle sits on its own four little feet on the kitchen worktop, or in a pot or pan, and is perfect for serving up soup or dolloping out dinner.
This underwater drone can submerge up to 98 feet (30 meters) and records 4K video streamed to your phone, which you use to navigate. Not impressed? OK, with its add-on Fishfinder sonar it can detect fish up to 131 feet (40 meters) away and and lures them with a blue light. Still not wowed? PowerVision will be offering VR goggles that allow you to robot around by tilting your head.
If you’re looking for the perfect mobile accessory for your retro ’90s outfit, the Gemini clamshell is for you. Pure throwback on the outside, but all business on the inside with a 10-core processor, 64GB of storage and 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
So, you own an Xbox One and would like to make the most out of your gaming experience in terms of connectivity? Having the perfect router would be ideal, which is why networking experts Linksys have come up with the WRT32XB, an all-new gaming router that has been specially designed for Xbox One owne…
Sony has come up with that it deems to be the world’s first truly wireless noise cancelling sports headphones, in the form of the WF-SP700N, and the WI-SP600N and WI-SP500 in-ear sports headphones. All three of them will boast of splash-proof designs in order to let the wearer enjoy sound while they are on the move. Targeting the active yet stylish music lover, the WF-SP700N truly wireless and WI-SP600N in-ear headphones will offer wireless noise cancelling in a manner that noise cancelling has not been done before, including in a high intensity cardio class or while walking or jogging. As for the WI-SP500 in-ear headphones, it will allow the wearer to train for longer with up to eight hours of battery life on a full charge, certainly more than enough time for you to complete a marathon and still have juice to spare!
The controversial new USB Type C port will imminently revolutionise home computing. Be ahead of the trend with this splitter hub, which will allow you to charge your next-generation MacBook through an additional port.
Razor, renowned maker of scooters, has developed yet another way to test the patience of parents. The company’s new Turbo Jetts motorized heel wheels go up to 10 mph. The removable battery, which will give you 2 to 4 hours of peace while it charges, delivers about 30 minutes of motorized wheel time. The device can be adjusted to fit both kids (size 12 and up) and, when the inevitable time out is served, adults (up to adult size 12).
Great car features start out as quirky ideas, ones you might easily dismiss before you realize their genius. Here’s a rundown of vehicle tech from startups and suppliers that caught our attention — and our best guess on whether the products will make it into cars.
1Pc x Hot Sale Car Motorcycle Accessory 12V/24V Dashboard LED Display Digital Clock. Display: four 0.4 LED digital tube. It is widely used in equipment and Cars, boat, planes etc. It’s small size and…
It’s not really a gadget. It’s more of an add-on. I have been loving gear ties (flexible twist tie things) to keep everything in my life organized. Specifically. I need a long cable to charge my phone without sitting two feet from the plug, but I also like to tie up the extra cord so it doesn’t wrap around every item in my purse or trip me when I get up.
Fill up a hundred water balloons in a matter of a few seconds! These self tying water balloons is an awesome gadget because its very easy to use, all you need is a water hose or a tap! and a field you can throw these in.
As a little aside, there were a couple companies that were trying to tackle the combination of music and VR. Aerodrums, a company that allows you to drum without a drum set, has just introduced a VR component. Aerodrums works with traditional drum sticks that have reflective balls at the tip and reflective panels that are attached to your feet. A camera then captures any movements made, allowing you to drum without a physical kit (and, when fed into headphones, without making any noise!). The new upgrade takes this same format but now allows for more immersive drumming using VR headset. Some drumming pros I spoke to said that although they might not use the VR component themselves, they could see it being incredibly useful for beginners, and as a tool for delivering drum lessons. This was the overall vibe I got from most VR experiences — perhaps fun for beginners, but in terms of a viable alternative for pros, not quite there yet (or maybe just not needed).
Make your daily peeling easier with Starfrit Apple Peeler Core Slicer. Takes up to 5sec to peel an apple, potatoes too. Always good to have an awesome gadget laying around, especially when in summer the apples start falling.
Head-up displays, or HUDs, are made up of a small projector which projects information or images that are bounced between several mirrors to show up on a screen. The information displayed has a transparent background which can be displayed on see-through screens such as windows and dashboards.
We’ve used our old one for years but it was ceramic and I had patched it, added extra magnets to the back to compensate for weight of the ceramic, and even glued it back together after it was dropped by my dear husband (just thankful he helps in the kitchen)!
Car gadget is a wonderful tool for drivers, help them drive faster and easier. However, not many car owners have the knowledge of which gadget they should buy. Here are our recommendations for 10 best car gadgets:
Nanoleaf has unveiled a new square-shaped variation of its light panels. Now you can turn the panels on and off, dim them up and down, or change their color just by tapping on them. Yes, of course, there’s also a music sync microphone and motion sensor capable of lighting the panels up whenever you walk by.
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.
Your Victims Wont Stand A Chance It’s time for an all out neighborhood water balloon war. The one way that you can make sure you take down your enemies is to have enough ammo. The only problem? It can take forever to fill enough water balloons to fight your foes. By…
What that means is that sometimes (and right now is one of those times) the list doesn’t change for a long time. So quite a few of the items you’ll see below have been there for months, and have even endured major releases (we’re looking at you iPhone X) in their field.
This is the device that monitors a car’s activity and provides a detailed report of places, routes, and speeds traveled. It uses a 16-channel GPS receiver to track the movements of the car to which it is attached (internally or externally, using the device’s built-in magnet for covert purposes), storing locations on its built-in flash memory that holds up to 100 hours of driving activity.