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Product Round-up With more and more cars rolling out of the factory gates with built-in Bluetooth and navigation systems, the market for in-car gadgetry should be drying up but there is still a wealth of interesting tech add-ons for your jalopy.

Listen to music from your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-enabled device on your car stereo, without running any cables, with the RadioShack Bluetooth Cassette Adapter. Just pair this handy, cassette-shaped Bluetooth receiver with your device then pop it into your vehicle’s cassette deck to play all your favorite MP3 tunes through your car’s speakers

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 a VR headset. Some drumming pros I spoke to said that although they might not use the VR component themselves, they could see 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).

Are you wondering how to keep up with New gadgets development and discover more of the latest tech gadgets and gizmos? Electronic Gadget lovers should already know the blogs Engadget and Gizmodo. Other very important Tech news sites include CNET, Techcrunch, and ZDnet. Try searching coolest gadgets on Google for some more important gadget news blogs.

The Yurbuds Inspire 300 feature a twist lock method that helps the buds stay in your ears. The backs of the earbuds have magnetic clips, designed to reduce tangling. There’s a microphone and music control button as well.

Therm-App android thermal imaging camera device allows you to hunt at night! Security and navigation at pitch black places if you are camping or lost with no light, it wount provide you light but will let you see in the dark.

Just about everyone has a smartphone these days, where it is not only our primary communications device, it also doubles up as a very useful and convenient digital camera as well as music playback device and note taking (audio or written) capabilities. Well, why not make sure the rest of your portable ensemble is smart as well? If you happen to wear a pair of glasses, it is about time things change to usher in the future. VSP Global decided to add in some “smarts” into a pair of glasses, calling it the Level smart glasses.

What it does: The Cook4Me Connect has a fabulous five cooking settings (pressure cook, steam, brown, simmer, reheat) with an app connectivity for your smartphone or tablet that lets you keep an eye on things while you’re out.

A car kit is just the tip of the iceberg. This baby works well with normal headphones, or your home stereo. I tested it on every wired speaker I could find…instant Bluetooth connectivity. The built in mic made Bluetooth calls a reality in my dinosaur of a truck.

This console-style controller is compatible with a swath of new and classic PC games, as well as “console port” versions. Robustly built, it has the general shape and weight of a PlayStation controller.

The belt for beer drinkers. Introducing the beer holster – a badass belt for beer drinkers that can hold up to six 12 ounce canned drinks at a time so that you can keep your hands free to do more important things like casting a fishing rod or attending to the…

Endless gets its cool cred in part from its intentions. The Endless computers are small, cheap and optimized for areas where internet access is unpredictable. This year’s models have a more sophisticated design than its Mini plastic ball. Though they don’t run a standard operation system, they come piled with applications. Plus, the systems will also work with its Endless Code initiative, a preinstalled package of tutorials and tools for teenage-level prospective coders.

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 available delivery isn’t until March. A single tag costs $49, or you can buy a pack of eight for $199.

Super Trackstick works anywhere on the planet. Its traveled locations can be shown via a red line that is traced on satellite photos and 3D terrain using the latest mapping technologies from Google™ Earth. Super Trackstick continuously records its exact route, stop times, speed, direction, and other valuable information

Hello kitty / SpongeBob / Disney Cars 2 GB USB Flash Drive. This Disney USB Flash Drive features a fun Disney Cars 2, Spongebov, or hello kitty character design. With up to 2 GB capacity, it is perfec…

Just got SleepPhones, which are headphones within a soft fuzzy headband for listening to music/podcasts while you fall asleep. I am literally incapable of falling asleep without a podcast, while my fiancé needs either light music or silence. These are so much more comfortable to wear than earbuds, she can’t hear my podcasts at ALL, and the sound quality is amazing. It’s only been two nights but I love them and have no idea how I lived without them, hahah! —Kathleen M., Facebook

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    • Troy
    • September 12, 2018
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