The SoundPEATS Bluetooth Earbuds can be linked to two devices simultaneously and work with most smartphones. These earbuds allow you to enjoy up to seven hours of music on one charge, and their sweatproof design can withstand a day pumping iron at the gym. As an added bonus, the two earbuds are magnetic and can clip together around your neck when not in use. With noise-cancelation technology and crisp sound quality, these lightweight earbuds (only .53 ounces) make a great alternative to bulkier over the ear models. Charging time takes one to two hours. They also come with four pairs of ear (XS/S/M/L) and three pairs of ear fins to ensure maximum comfort.
ADJUSTABLE VIEWING ANGLE: Tilts from -20 to +55 degrees and rotates 360 degrees so you can view and access your phone while you ride. Great for listening to tunes, screening texts & calls, and using your GPS.
I might put this on my Christmas list this year. This is one cool car gadget. You add the four caps to your tires and the main one attaches to your cigarette lighter telling you what your PSI is! If you never remember to put air in your tires, now you will!
Unleash your power anywhere you go with the Intel Portable Compute Card. This compact device gives you unlimited options for connecting your devices on the go. The Compute Card offers both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity so you can choose what suits you.
Debussy’s Nathaniel headphones are 4G-enabled, so you don’t need to connect it to a phone or computer to play music. Instead, you control it through these LCD screens. They’re only in prototype phase at the moment, but that velvet sure is real.
When it comes to digitizer tablets, there is one particular name that stands above the rest: Wacom. Wacom has been a mainstay in the world of digitizer tablets and pens, and the company continues to cement its legacy in this area with the latest Cintiq Pro 24-inch pen display. This is a brand new high performance mid-sized display that has been specially built for cutting-edge creative and design applications, taking into consideration how the industry is moving into augmented and virtual reality sectors as well.
This ultra-utilitarian design is the ultimate in ambulatory aids. Designed for the elderly and anyone else with a walking disability, this sensible solution is foldable to transition from rollator/walker to a comfortable and portable seat. Whether at the destination or at a break along the way, users are sure to appreciate its practical dual functionality!
If a digital sat nav, music detector app, or a voice detecting search engine aren’t enough, you will be pleased to know that there are some fantastic gadget out there that comply with iPhones and are designed to be used with them.
Moen isn’t the only one trying to change the shower game. French company Smart and Blue showed its Hydrao range of showerheads at CES. They’re kitted out with LED lights that change color, from green to blue to purple to red, based on how long you’ve been showering. The aim here is to cut unnecessarily long showers short, saving you money on utility bills in the process. And you can turn it on without getting out of bed.
Connect up to 24 USB devices with lightning fast 480Mbps transfer speeds. You can power this hub either directly from your computer or from an AC outlet. This means you can recharge your digital camera, flipcam, mp3 player, cell phone, everything you want, anywhere there’s a wall socket.
The iPhone X price in India is on top of every fan’s mind in the country as it will become the first mainstream to breach the Rs. 1-lakh barrier when it launches. Priced in India at Rs. 1,02,000 for iPhone X 256GB variant, this price beats even the iPhone 7 Plus’ Rs. 92,000 launch price tag announced last year. Of course, for this price, Apple is giving fans several new features never seen before on iPhones, such as the bezel-less display, OLED panel, Face ID facial recognition system, and wireless charging, among others. Even the 64GB variant of the iPhone X – which is the new Apple flagship, positioned above the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus – will cost a hefty Rs. 89,000, though it does not come close to the Rs. 1 lakh mark.
The proliferation of mobile device usage among the masses has long passed the critical mass. In fact, just about everyone has a smartphone these days, unless you happen to live in a really far off area that still relies on dumbphones to get the job done. One thing about smartphones that we all love would be its versatility in capability. It not only doubles up as a primary communications device while we are on the move, it is also a nifty portable office, is full well capable of functioning as a portable media player, and works great as a navigation device. With these features in mind, many of us tend to bend over or develop a very poor posture when using our smartphones, and Palmzi is an upcoming accessory that intends to reverse that trend.
The 6DoF Blaster is an AR-ready laser tag gun. Merge has given it six-degree-of-freedom (6DoF) tracking, which phone-connected rival headsets have a hard time with. You can walk around with it, duck and aim quickly. Fun, and surely a sign that there are more AR toys to come.