Designed in Britain to best combine elegance, comfort and convenience. Eton Armour’s new and improved design protects your phone against most drops with smart rubber padding that absorbs impacts and softens falls. Eton Armour was designed to be as space efficient as possible.
Despite how long it’s been around, haptic technology is still really in its infancy. Tanvas takes it a step towards toddlerhood with touch feedback that gives you a sense of what different materials feel like.
Garmin could leave Apple in the dust with this one. The Forerunner music watch, with storage for 500 songs, also supports GPS, Garmin Pay and has physical buttons instead of a touchscreen — which may be preferable for those on the move.
The Tile Sport (pictured) and appropriately stylish Tile Style comprise Tile’s recently launched Pro Series line. They feel sturdy and look more premium than the previous, almost pure white Tiles, CNET said. They beep louder, too, when you need them to pipe up, and help you find your keys. Priced at $35 each from Tile.
All of the upsides of a high-end gaming rig without the cost or technical requirements of actually owning one. That’s the promise of the Blade Shadow — a high-end Windows PC remotely accessible from any computer, phone or tablet for about $35 per month (about £25 or AU$45).
This high tech gadget has enough bells and whistles to make most geeks drool. Twist the metal tip one way and you get a ballpoint pen, twist it the other way and you get a stylus tip for use with PDAs and games. Press the top button to turn on the laser pointer, press the bottom button to cycle through the flashlight and UV light. The flashlight even comes on a flexible rod for precision aiming.
If the treadmill desk is a bit too much going nowhere really fast for you, then maybe the mobile desk is a bit more up your alley. It’s especially perfect for annoying coworkers who constantly have something on their monitor that they want everyone to see. Now, they’ll have to go to YOU! Then again, maybe that’s not such a great thing after all. Either way, if this suits you and you had no idea such a thing existed, then you can show your thanks by sharing this gallery with everyone you know and telling them how cool of a site ZDNet is! Deal? Deal. // Source
The best boards come from California — for surfers, and for desk jockeys, too. A range of these back-pain-killing, ergonomic motion boards, including the aluminum-and-bamboo original (pictured), are available directly from FluidStance. (Note: All prices listed were current as of publication.)
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There are plenty of satnavs out there and one of the market leaders, Garmin, has a great one. The nuviCam is a two-in-one satnav. In addition to the usual easy-to-read maps and clear directions that you’d expect, it also comes with a built-in dash-cam that automatically records if your car is involved in an incident. The device also comes with two great safety features, a lane departure warning – so if you’re driving and drift out of your lane you’ll quickly be alerted, and forward collision warning notifications so if you get too close to a car in front you’ll know about it too. You can even use the Bluetooth enabled device to connect to your Smartphone so you can talk safely. We say, two-in-one? It’s actually more like a five in one.
When it comes to the modern day gadget owner, one thing is for sure: there are plenty of accessories to go along with your various devices, supposedly making them more impervious to damage or look cooler. Modern day gadgets also have one Achilles Heel, its battery life which could prove to be less than expected. In other words, a charger is often something that we bring around, since we never quite know when we might use up the daily supply of juice and would need to charge it up during an emergency. Enblue has come up with the EVOLUS 3 Qi multi-docking station that prides itself in delivering wireless charging capability for the all new iPhone 8 and iPhone X, while not forgetting that it is also able to cater to the iPad and Apple Watch in terms of charging, too.
The iPhone Upgrade Program is the easiest way to get a new iPhone every year, as well as the security and protection of AppleCare+. You can purchase iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X with the iPhone Upgrade Program on apple.com, using the Apple Store app, or at an Apple Store.
The gadgets in our main Electronic Gadgets category include solar appliances like solar phone and laptop chargers. You will also find LED watches with cool light effects or amusing cryptic ways of displaying the time. There are laser gadgets such as handheld laser pointers and rangefinders. And also loads of other small and interesting cheap electronics and cool inventions.
DJI’s palm-sized drone is a big step in the direction of making drones easier and more convenient for the average person. The Spark’s standout feature is that it doesn’t require a remote control for navigation. Just tap the button on the back of the drone twice, and it will prepare to take off from the palm of your hand. You can also pilot the Spark with your hand, prompting it to fly higher, lower, or in a certain direction with a wave of your arm. Of course, these features work best under optimal conditions, and the Spark doesn’t always operate flawlessly, but its size and simplicity are a feat in their own right.
The e-Palette is Toyota’s new, modular transportation platform that looks inspired by both shipping container and toaster. It comes in three sizes ranging from 4 meters (about 13 feet) to approximately 7 meters (around 23 feet) and is designed to be flexible and reconfigurable to accommodate the needs of Toyota’s partners on the project, which include Amazon, Pizza Hut, Uber and others.
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.
It may look like your average laptop, but there’s no Intel inside. Instead, there’s a slot where the touchpad would normally be for you to dock Razer’s own Android-powered phone. Now you’ve got a Frankenstein’s monster with the phone as the brain — serving up its processor, operating system and apps — in the body of a Blade Stealth laptop.
The Tello drone, made in partnership with DJI, Intel, is $100 and wicked smart. Not only can it take off from your hand, and then return right to your palm, but you can control it via gaming controller connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth. It includes soft flexible propellers with guards, and a collision detection system to help you avoid disaster. Plus if you take your hands off the controls Tello will just hover until you come back. Naturally, it has an HD camera and can do all sort of acrobatic tricks.
As smartphone screens have gotten larger, they’ve become our go-to entertainment devices. But there are still many times in which you may want to watch movies or TV shows on a much larger screen when a TV isn’t nearby. That’s where the Movi smartphone comes in: The $599 Android phone includes an integrated projector that can project 720p videos.
Type sfc /scannow into the window and press the [Return] key. The scan may take some time and will end with one of three results. Windows did not find any integrity violations and Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and repaired them mean there are now no corrupt files, but Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some (or all) of them indicates a problem.
Look at all that stress pent up inside of you. *Tsk, tsk* Such a It’s unhealthy, you know, all that stress. Solution? Desktop punching ball. Basically, you form a fist, then you use momentum to CRUSH IT up against that ball. Ahhh… all better now! // Source
The iClever Himbox is a solution for cars that don’t have Bluetooth. If you’re the type of person who makes frequent calls while driving, but also enjoy listening to music or podcasts from your phone, this is definitely worth looking into. It includes a circular mount that’s placed on your dash and draws power from the included charger, which plugs into the cigarette lighter. It works with any USB power source and allows you can use Bluetooth (for music, calls, podcasts or other apps) while simultaneously charging your iPhone—and maybe even other mobile devices. The sound quality is solid. The installation is simple. It’s just a smart, convenient gadget, and it’s inexpensive.
Smart glasses are far from a new invention. The glasses, which project information onto your retina as you go about your day, once came with clunky equipment attached. Cameras, extra appendages, and microphones made the glasses a bit of an eyesore that easily led to unwanted attention directed at their wearers. Intel’s new Vaunt glasses, however, offer a streamline design that’s vastly more user friendly. The glasses look exactly like regular eyeglasses and are available in various prescription lenses. This means users can enjoy the benefits of the glasses throughout the day without attracting unwanted stares or having to deal with uncomfortable equipment.
The Cube Plus 48 is built with size of the standard cubicle in mind. It’s 23 3/4″ depth makes it slim enough to use in a standard cubicle, while still offering complete comfort and stability in either the standing or sitting position. Cube Plus 48 gives you a wide 48-inch display surface to accommodate dual monitors, and the roomy keyboard and mouse deck to give you plenty of space for typing and maneuvering in ergonomic comfort.
Meet Olly, a fusion between smart home hubs, such as the Amazon Echo, and smart home robots. It can respond to your questions by looking up information for you, and can control all of your smart devices and internet-connected products. But, like a robot, Olly has deep-learning capabilities that mean it gets to know you and your daily routines over time, and will evolve to become more like you and respond to the patterns of your life.