In short, the more third party tech in your motor, the more up to date it’s likely to be. With that in mind, we gathered together 10 examples of auto tech including a couple of satnavs, a dash camera, a DAB radio, a multi-talented connected navigation and ICE system, a mobile 4G hotspot and a few other odds and sods, threw them into the El Reg company run-about, grabbed our AA membership card, scrounged up some petrol money, got our motor running and headed out onto the highway… on four wheels.
Each one is individually hand carved by skilled Taiwanese ceramic artists to ensure that every set of teeth is straight and clean with the brightest smiles!! They are also the perfect reminder of the importance of good oral hygiene.
The Moov Now doesn’t have all the bells and whistles you would associate with a fitness tracker. It doesn’t have GPS tracking, it doesn’t even have a screen; but what it does have is a cheap price tag and six-month battery life. Yes, you read that right: six months.
HUD design does not obscure driver’s view,safer driving. Curved base design fasten to most car dashboard. 15000LM CREE T6 LED Bicycle Bike Lamp Laser 18650 Flashlight 360° Mount Clip. Ultrafire 12000L…
A characteristic class of US products––perhaps the most characteristic––is a small self-contained unit of high performance in relation to its size and cost, whose function is to transform some undifferentiated set of circumstances to a condition nearer human desires. The minimum of skills is required in its installation and use, and it is independent of any physical or social infrastructure beyond that by which it may be ordered from catalogue and delivered to its prospective user. A class of servants to human needs, these clip-on devices, these portable gadgets, have coloured American thought and action far more deeply––I suspect––than is commonly understood.
The Batman break decal is made of quality vinyl and comes with “ready-to-cut” instructions which allow you to customize it for three sizes: 3″x0.8″, 4″x1.1″ and 5″x1.4″ (7.62cm x 2.03cm, 10.16cm x 2.79cm and 12.7cm x 3.55cm) which should fit most car models out there!
A wall of lights that change color depending on the music streaming out of a nearby device sounds fun, right? That’s exactly what Nanoleaf has been doing for the past few years, and it’s about to get better in 2018. At CES, Nanoleaf announced new square light panels that are touch sensitive. Tap a panel to turn it on or off, change color, or adjust brightness. There’s also a new 12-sided remote that’s up for pre-order right now.
If you need a lightweight pair for the gym then you’re probably better off with a pair of wireless earbuds; or, if you do most of your listening at home and want the best-possible sound quality, then a pair of wired over-ears might be better.
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!)
The RED smart is currently available for pre-order, for the fairly hefty price tag of $1,195. No official release date has been announced, but the company says users can expect to see the product sometime in early 2018.
The Orbiter bills itself as the newest and greatest fiddle/desktop device. It backs up the talk with titanium (the hand spinner), steel (the trackball), and fluid inertia (the soothing thing the Orbiter does when you give it a whirl). Prices start at $64.95 at TEC Accessories.
If you ever need to remove the Anchor and it is holding too strong – just heat it up with a hair dryer and the adhesion will soften. The 3M VHB (Very High Bond) adhesive will hold with over 40 pounds of adhesion to clean and finished surfaces.
As many of you know, Kickstarter is an excellent site for individuals to crowdsource project funding. So far, of the $11,000 goal, over $96,000 has been raised to bring to life the Limbal flexible phone mount. As seen in the image above, it works for more than just the iPhone, but it’s an excellent catalyst for getting your phone out of your pocket, and into more functional space.
Designed for everyone from students to architects, to artists, to salesmen, the Adobe Ink & Slide is a fine-tip, pressure-sensitive pen that provides its user with a greater sense of creative control and unprecedented precision. Built to be used with the iPad, Adobe Ink & Slide uses Adonit Pixelpoint technology to ensure your straight lines are straight, your circles perfect, and your classic French curves are….well, classically curvy. Plus, the pen integrates with Creative Cloud so you can easily share your work via email, Behance, AirDrop, and more.