The stealthiest flask ever made. People sometimes tend to get the wrong idea when they see you stumbling around with a flask in your hand… particularly when you’re doing things like sitting in your cubicle at work, reading a book in the library or waiting at a bus…
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…
Carchet’s monitoring system measures both the temperature and the pressure of the tires. It comes with four sensors that attach to each tire and a monitoring display that plugs into your vehicle’s cigarette lighter. The display shows the pressure of each tire so that you can easily detect when something is wrong.
Weight: 155g | Dimensions: 148.9 x 68.1 x 8mm | OS: Android 7 | Screen size: 5.8-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Exynos 8895 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB | Battery: 3000mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
Nautiz X9 is an Android-powered PDA (personal digital assistant) that is more or less capable taking just about any kind of punishment that you throw in its direction, shrugging off knocks, drops, and even submersion without missing a beat. This enterprise handheld was specially built to function in areas of fieldwork that occur in the most challenging outdoor or industrial environments, while offering a performance that would not seem out of place for a high-powered mobile computer. This is definitely an improvement over its predecessor, the Nautiz X8.
This may look like a coffee cup, but it’s not caffeine that’s juicing you up — it’s electricity. The Power Line inverter features two standard outlets and a USB charging port that can handle 120-volt devices requiring up to 200-watts of continuous power (400 peak) through the car’s 12-volt power socket. Your car may not be that great, but how many Cadillacs have you been in that can can power up your cell phone, game consoles and a toaster? $26.67 – Amazon
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.
iHUD is the world’s first multimedia, heads-up display. It’s able to project a 4.5 inch virtual image directly on to the windshield, this lets the drivers see the screen and information on their Smartphone or other device without their eyes ever leaving the road so it greatly increases safety while driving.
Stay in touch on the go with ROADSTER 2, the latest Bluetooth enabled in-car speakerphone from Motorola. The speakerphone conveniently attaches to your visor making it perfectly placed to hear and be heard when making calls in the car. ROADSTER 2 also has best-in-class noise cancellation which means your voice can be heard over the loud traffic or road noise outside.
Even Google was shocked by the success of its fold-out VR headset, which was designed to promote the new technology, rather than sustain it. Five million units of the surprisingly reliable gadget have now been sold.
Hauling your luggage around an airport is very 2017. We are now in 2018, however, and this year we finally get a chance buy a hands-free, autonomous carry-on suitcase that will follow you anywhere at a max speed of 7 mph (11 kph).
Make no mistake – this is a premium handset at a premium price. But according to Gareth: “Samsung has managed to find some impressive innovation at a time when there’s very little to be found in smartphones.”
Essentially a mobile security camera with some smart-home control capabilities, when Kuri ships about a year from now it will roam your home checking on your kids and pets when you’re not home. It looks like a robot, though, so it’s cool just for that.
Nifty little light. The light is surprisingly bright given its size. The device is very lightweight. So far I haven’t had to wind it so I can’t comment on that. A friend liked mine so much that I bought one for her.
This prototype phone shown by Chinese phonemaker Vivo has no official name, price or sale date. But its virtual home button, which appears only when you need it and then gets out of the way, may be a harbinger of things to come. It’s a killer feature that was rumored for both the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S8 — neither of which had it. We’re clinging to the hope that it finds its way onto the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S9.
Satechi SCH-121 mount and holder for smart phones and tablets is the ideal solution for drivers seeking a hands-free solution in their vehicle. The Satechi SCH-121 is always within easy reach, safe and convenient.
If you need a little help getting around, this is one bad-ass personal electric vehicle. The Whill Model Ci has a max speed of 5 mph and a battery range of up to 10 miles; the integrated lithium-ion battery takes between 4 and 5 hours to charge. Though it’s not an all-terrain vehicle, it can handle inclines and a variety of surfaces — and the accompanying app allows family members to check battery level and location remotely.
The Ultimate DIY Tesla Kit If you’re fascinated by the idea of electricity, or you’ve idealized Tesla for as long as you can remember, you might enjoy the Tesla coil kit. It’s a DIY model that actually works, and it’s more than it appears to be. Whether you’re new to…
Apple has managed to knock itself off the top spot for best smartwatch with the excellent Apple Watch 3. It will look very familiar to anyone who has the Apple Watch 2, as it’s basically the same frame with different innards, but those innards make all the difference.
Travel alot? Well then Shelfpack travel suitcase with shelves is perfect for you! It will hold in order for neat clothing, not too big not too small, just the right size! And ofcourse the biggest advantage of this amazing item is time saving!
Introducing The DoxieBall Admit it, when you throw wadded up paper at the trash can, you pretend you’re the greatest player the NBA has ever seen. You fist pump the air when you make it, and you look around nervously to make sure no one saw you when you miss. If it…
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.
Who needs solar? While you’re strolling your child through the park the Moxi is turning all its wheel-turning kinetic energy into usable electricity. You can charge your phone, light your path or track your distance.
We know that it’s a little strange to have car accessories on Competitive Cyclist, but the Handpresso Auto espresso maker presents a unique case. We’ve always associated coffee, and especially espresso, with cycling, and this is a way to use that association to introduce a little cycling culture into your commute.
So, we’ve talked about gadgets that actually add functionality to your vehicle, but what if your goal is to simply make your car look cooler? One way to do that is to make your car more Apple-esque with this Slide To Unlock door decal.
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.