This picture isn’t of one super-long screen, it’s three screens next to each other. The bezels are hidden, though, by Asus’ new antibezel kit. It uses lenses to refract the content on the screen edges at a 130-degree angle — essentially using a sort of stealth technology to hide them.
The modern day road warrior has a slew of mobile devices that he or she carries around at any one time, either out of the necessity of work, or simply because these are nice to have as they supposedly make life a whole lot more convenient. The smartphone is definitely a staple tool of just about everyone, whether they are living across a sprawling metropolis or tucked away in a quiet town somewhere, while the laptop is also another convenient device that helps in one’s productivity greatly. However, keeping them powered up when the battery level begins to dip can be tricking, especially when one is traveling. mophie has long had a track record of rolling out charging devices that will help keep evem the most digitally engaged road warrior’s devices powered up regardless of where they are. This time around, it would be the mophie Powerstation AC that takes center stage, being a high-capacity external battery with AC power and USB-C PD fast charging for laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices.
FIVE GREAT LENSES IN ONE CARRYING CASE: Awesome mobile photography for back or front facing cameras. Includes 5 quick connect lenses ? telephoto lens, circular polarized lens (CPL), fisheye lens, macro lens and wide angle lens. Combine with your favorite apps to share photos instantly.
The ONE Piano Hi-Lite was another education tool that was quite clever. A long strip with sensors on the bottom, the Hi-Lite is placed on top of your existing piano’s keyboard and then connected with an app for iPad or iPhone. It then works Guitar Hero-style to teach you how to learn theory and play songs, with keys lighting up along the strip as notes appear on screen.
With smartphone cameras continuing to take the place of dedicated cameras in our everyday world, adding extra capabilities to our devices is the next evolutionary step. The Olloclip Core Lens Set is an outstanding set of additional lenses that help take the already excellent iPhone camera and make it even better.
Crispr’s “DNA scissors” allow scientists to precisely target and edit pieces of genome and it’s already showing immense promise for tackling genetic diseases. Crispr is a game-changer for biomedical research because of the speed and accuracy with which it can be used to edit the genetic code.
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!) 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. This top grade hub features automatic over-current protection for each port, hot swapping plug-and-play connection, and the ability to daisy chain up to 127 USB devices if you’re really crazy.
With an innovative mid-side architecture for clean, clear stereo sound, the MOTIV MV88 Digital Stereo Condenser Microphone directly connects to any Apple iPhone, iPod or iPad equipped with a Lightning connector to capture high-quality recordings on the go. This is why we consider it one of the best iPhone accessories.
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The 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.
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.