The Cushion You Didn’t Know You Needed There’s something fun and different about cushions in the shape of food, and they’ve become all the rage. Everything from pizza to donuts has been turned into pillows, and you can have one of your very own for about $25. Simply…
Basically, you place the PowerCup in your vehicle’s cup holder, you hook it up to your car’s power outlet (cigarette lighter plug) and you you start charging your gadgets. The PowerCup will charge laptops, tablets, smartphones, DVD portable game system, MP3 players and just about anything that requires electrical power to run.
This lipstick-sized battery pack can fully charge your phone in about two hours. According to the Jackery website, the pack holds a little over one full charge for an iPhone 6 and 0.8 of a charge for the Galaxy S5. A much larger battery capacity is available for $20.
Other useful household tech and gadgets are our digital food thermometer and kitchen appliance range. Serious chefs know that getting the temperature of roast joints or cake can be the difference between success and failure. This electronic gadget will help you probe the food and get an accurate digital readout.
Watching the bicyclists speed down New York streets while staring at their phones is scary enough. Integrating a 4-inch Android touchscreen into the bicycle for navigation, music playback and walk-talkie talking to other people not watching where they’re going, as LeEco has done, is just asking for trouble. But useful!
These LED lights are perfect! Can’t have enough! Just the right amount of brightness and I love how they go and off on their own, as needed. I now have these lights in our bathrooms, bedrooms and in the kitchen. Great seller, too! Will order again from this seller, anytime!
It makes perfect sense in this day and age for everything else to obtain a “smart” label attached to it, and Milo is no different. In fact, Milo takes pride in being the very first combination smart speaker and home hub that boasts of Z-Wave Plus as well as the Google Assistant, now how about th…
I literally never leave my house without it. Charges two devices at once and can charge an iPhone fully up to seven/eight times. I never have to worry about my phone dying, ever! It also charges it super fast, so It’s my main source of charging my phone. I travel a lot and it has been a relief knowing my phone will never be dead (have to Instagram all those pics). Best $40 bucks I ever spent! They also make smaller versions if you don’t need that much power in your pocket. —caitlinw48d7aa030
The entire concept of the Revolights sounds fascinating. A headlamp, and a tail-lamp, within the wheel of your bicycle itself! How it works is even more fascinating. Rather than illuminating your enti (Tech Gadgets)
With the new two-dimensional code technology, users can browse and store data in local through simple set up by scanning the two-dimensional code at the back of the body. The configuration is computer-free, which enables housewives without professional knowledge to set up the Internet camera easily and quickly.
Stay Warm This Winter… Anyone looking for convenient, high-tech household products are sure to love these novelty slippers. Give the gift or warmth this winter, and maybe even treat yourself to toasty tootsies with these instantly-warm slippers. You wonder how…
Sure, it’s a prototype, but it works — literally. The Aeolus robot can clean your house, pick up after you and keep an eye on things while you’re away. Plus, it has Alexa built in so you can express your gratitude (or disappointment).
Want to annoy somebody and have fun at the same time? The this Airzooka air cannon toy is perfect for you! Cheap, cool, fun, annoying and totally harmless! As i always say imagination is the limit and its uncoutable cool and fun things you can do with this cool toy gun! Not to mention it makes for a perfect cheap gift.
Gather up all of your scented candles and oils and throw them in the garbage. Feel better? If not, you may be interested in Moodo’s Wi-Fi-connected, Alexa-supported scent machine that can make your home smell like an ashram spa or beach party.
What it does: This 1.7-litre smart kettle, with auto shut-off, has two water-level indicators and a variable temperature from 80 to 100 degrees. The base has seven buttons – five to select temperatures, one to turn it on and another to activate a ‘keep warm’ feature that keeps water hot for 20 minutes after it has boiled.
Having trouble getting yours kids to brush their teeth? The solution is finally here! This cool little gadget will not only amaze your guests but will also make your kids excited just to use the tap. The LED faucet light nozzle is just a pure example awesome electronics. One advice, don’t miss out on this cool cheap gadget!
Luckily, this light, with the help of its human motion-activated sensor, softly illuminates the inside of your toilet bowl whenever you go near it. And turns back off the moment you leave. Powered by just 3 AAA batteries, and easily clipped onto the side of almost any toilet, everyone can turn their bathroom into a mystical one.
Lenovo’s long-running ThinkPad lineup is getting some worthwhile new additions at this year’s CES. Both new ThinkPad computers include a dazzling HDR display, a built-in physical webcam cover, and far-field microphones for speaking to Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana. The two laptops also run on Intel’s newest eighth-generation processors.
So, these were just some of the highlights from this year’s NAMM. Yes, we also saw amazing new gear from the likes of Pioneer DJ, Roland, Alesis, Native Instruments, and more, but these two little corners of the show wound up being incredibly intriguing. Companies are not just thinking about how to make music and music-making easy to approach, but how to provide solutions for consumers that enhance the gear they already own and cherish. Most of the aforementioned products fell in the price range of a couple hundred dollars — the The ONE Piano Hi-Lite is $229 and the Phase should retail for around $300 — and these slight investments can have much bigger payoffs for musicians.
And I’ll wrap it up with this. Because between the giant racing exoskeleton and this showcasemobile from the luxury RV-outfitter — equipped with a hot tub, helipad and automatic seat-lifting toilet (with 2 modes for…figure it out) — I declare that Furrion wins CES 2017.
The makeup master has developed a battery-free wearable that measures UV exposure. At only 2mm thick and 9mm in diameter, the tiny electronic sensor can be worn on a fingernail or pair of sunglasses and, via an app, will give you warnings about sun exposure.
What it does: Not only a food processor, this nifty machine weighs, cooks, chops, crushes, emulsifies, whips, mixes, steams, blends, kneads, grinds, simmers, grates and mills. Designed by Vorwerk it’s the ultimate in German engineering with touch controls that monitor weighing scales and set heat needs instantly – but it will also sit comfortably on any counter top without demanding too much space. Serves up perfect stews, sauces, soups and jams.