Travelling with your new baby in-tow is nerve-wracking enough, and it can be tough to keep an eye on them in their rear-facing car seat, when you’re focused on the road ahead. That’s where this gadget is handy. The 360-degree rotating mirror is easy to install – simply attach it to a head rest – and ta-da! You can see your baby smiling back at you in your rear-view mirror. Where this product differs from others on the market is it comes with a remote control, so when it’s dark, you can turn the mirror’s very own light on and easily see your little one – even better, it lights up gradually so if your baby’s in the land of nod, they won’t wake up.
The Light Light series creates an incredible visual conversation piece. It is like an optical illusion, yet one that is kind to the eyes and easy on the mind. Once you know how it works, it is still fascinating tobehold. It is timeless, classical and, at the same time, contemporary.
Do you ever wish you had a mug that could keep your coffee hot for hours, or a comfortable place to rest your feet while you sit at a desk? Well, then you’ll definitely want to own all of these fantastic items below.
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.
Yes, it’s expensive. Yes, you’ll probably have a hard time getting your hands on one. And yes, Android did it first. But the iPhone X’s edge-to-edge screen and facial recognition system will undoubtedly set a new standard for phones to come. For one, Apple’s Face ID system, even despite the security concerns, is already being used in more creative ways than Samsung’s facial identification tech. Third-party apps like Snapchat and Warby Parker are taking advantage of the iPhone X’s face-mapping technology to project realistic masks over your eyes or select glasses that suit your face’s shape. That, combined with a sharp camera, long battery life, and large screen packed into a more palatable size, make Apple’s iPhone X a top pick.
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.
Electronic gadgets will sometimes come with confusing technical specifications… and you may need to understand these to be able to compare similar gadget products. Here are some common ones you will find in our gadgets category that will help you when shopping for the best electronics gadgets:
Magnetic mount securely holds your device with no adhesive residue. Easy installation. Simply attach the magnetic plate to your smartphone, mount with one hand and go. 1 Magnetic Holder for Phone. Des…
This handy coffee warmer from Computer Kitchen will keep your coffee warm as long as you want. All you have to do is plug the gadget into a USB port on your computer and it’ll keep any liquid at a temperature between F.
Drive with peace of mind. This unrivaled magnet gives a level of power that will ensure that your device is secure, while the cradle-less feature enables you to view your device without any distracting arms or holders.
The 360° photos and videos can be downloaded to your local album and shared immediately with your friends via social networking platforms such as Facebook. Your 360° photos and videos are available for preview in real time. Live streaming on Facebook or YouTube is also enabled.
It even comes with three ink refills, so it’s perfectly acceptable as your normal work pen. The Spy Pen Video Camera might not make you a spy, but all the wizardry inside will make you at least consider a new hat and a pseudonym.
It has a knife, bottle opener, scissors, Phillips head, flathead screwdriver, nail file, LED light, and a RETRACTABLE BALLPOINT PEN! All in a ridiculously compact form factor. I’m reasonably sure I’ll never have a set of keys without one of these on it ever again. —axj66
Finally, it is worth mentioning that if you are advertising health devices or baby products you may need to make some clear disclaimers. Especially about certification or non-medical status of the products. Of course this is depending on the location where you are selling.
CNET called this Bluetooth-enabled, hands-free calling device a wearable, supercool speakerphone. And, it noted, you won’t look nearly as weird as those people with Bluetooth earsets. Plus, it chirps just like a proper Enterprise combadge should. Available from ThinkGeek for $79.99.
The arrow will light up when the turn signal is in operation, or else it will remain invisible. Place the LED arrow inside the back of the mirror. 2Pcs LED mirrors arrow lights for left and right. Con…
That sensor, which can store up to three months worth of data, passes information to the accompanying app whenever the wearer holds the device close to his or her smartphone. The app keeps track of your exposure levels and can provide tips for managing sun intake.
The XM Snap is here. This is the most simple XM Radio receiver ever made. Now you can enjoy XM Radio service without the need to install a bunch of wires or take apart your dash. Simply plug in the XM Snap into the cigarette lighter socket in your vehicle, place the antenna on the car, and tune the radio. It is that easy.
Imagine sitting on an airplane (or anywhere else in a public space, for that matter) and being able to watch whatever’s on your iPhone on a virtual 67-inch screen. With the Vuzix Wrap 920, you can do just that!
If you’re the sort of person who uses their iPhone for work often (and let’s not kid ourselves, most of us do), then a wireless keyboard might be a great accessory to use when trying to type lengthy emails or documents. Our pick for best iPhone keyboard is the Anker Ultra Compact.
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 microphone and motion sensor capable of lighting the panels up whenever you walk by.
Have you ever wanted a gigantic Jumbotron for your own home? Good news! Samsung has developed the MicroLED — a version of its Cinema Screen technology used in movie theaters — for your house. The new model, called The Wall, measures a mind-blowing 146 inches.
A flexible Bluetooth Keyboard is a portable and fold up keyboard that you can carry anywhere with you. So if you have work to finish off, you can whip out your wireless keyboard on the train or at your local cafe, especially since it is built to be waterproof, no need to worry about your coffee spilling! This keyboard has a very quick connection with your device and will work in any environment.
Electric car startup Faraday Future debuted the FF 91 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. It has self-parking, autonomous driving, a 378-mile range and ubiquitous screens all around the cabin. The FF 91 looks promising, but with production facilities only existing on paper at this stage, it’s reasonable to worry whether the car will ever roll out on the road.