Hyperkin is bringing back one of the most iconic portable gaming devices of all time. The Ultra Game Boy is an enhanced recreation of Nintendo’s original, encased in a durable aluminum shell. The buttons have the clickier feel of Nintendo’s second portable revision, and everything is in just the right place. It even plays the same game cartridges as the original.
You can charge the clock with a USB cable or insert four AAA batteries, but the cable is recommended. Neither the batteries or the cable are included, but at least you shouldn’t have to keep replacing the cable.
The Brother DCP-L2540DW is a fast, reliable monochrome digital copier designed squarely with the Small Office and Home Office (SOHO) user in mind. Its compact, desk-friendly size is ideal for smaller offices where working space is a premium, and it prints and copies sharp, professional black and white pages at up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution.
Listen to the world around you and you will hear music, children, animals, heartbeats, laughter, and more filling every empty space with sound. Each creating a unique sound wave that ripples through the air until it meets an attentive ear. Fuse this waveform with the richness of color and a one-of-a-kind Resonant Decor brilliantly emerges.
Imagine the possibilities of the video recording capabilities of an iPhone 3GS and the MiLi Pico Projector II working together; anywhere the lens can see is your playground, and the MiLi Pico Projector II is your toy.
When it comes to maintaining the cleanliness of a home or office, there is plenty of work to be done. In fact, if the amount of space in the area is huge, it can feel as though the task has amplified. ILIFE figured out that homemakers and virtually anyone else who is too busy to clean the home can always receive a little bit of additional assistance in the form of the A8 robotic vacuum cleaner. This is a flagship model from the manufacturer, where the all-new A8 robot vacuum will arrive equipped with a 360 degree live-vision camera navigation system.
The Transporter, developed by Connected Data, allows you to deliver your own cloud service for file syncing and sharing on easy to deploy hardware appliances that you own and control. In short, it allows you to manage your business’ files privately. Popular services like Dropbox and Box require users to navigate a shared drive to find files, which slows down efficiency and inevitably risks exposing sensitive business information. But Transporter removes the limitations imposed by those other services and allows employees to personally organize shared files and folders on their computers in ways that make sense to them, access those files from mobile devices, and sync data from home or on the road.
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.
Game Controllers for the iPhone are extremely niche with only a handful of companies manufacturing these. Adding a game controller to the iPhone makes it appear like a PSP but the experience is truly novel.
At CES 2018, Honda will unveil its new 3E (Empower, Experience, Empathy) Robotics Concept, demonstrating Hondas vision of a society where robotics and AI can assist people in a multitude of situations, from disaster recovery and recreation to learning from human interaction to become more helpful and empathetic. (PRNewsfoto/Honda)
No two people are the exact same. Even identical twins don’t have every hair follicle in the exact same spot. That being said, if you are born without much in the way of ability to move your fingers, working on a computer would not be the easiest of tasks. Instead of signing off on it completely, you can learn to modify your interactions through a different way of inputting information.
A tiny battery-powered impeller at the bottom of the cup spins rapidly to swirl the liquid around the bottom of the cup. Press the button on the handle and watch as your hot beverage slowly starts to spin, until it’s a veritable steaming whirlpool.
TechRadar Phones Editor Gareth Beavis thinks the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the best phone on the market for a number of reasons, but primarily for its stunning display. Gareth says “it makes every other handset on the market look positively antiquated”.
Are you secretly jealous of all your friends who brag about how they are saving cash (and the Earth) with their hybrid vehicles? (They can laugh all they want at your gigantic truck, but who are they going to come crying to when they need to haul 10,000 pounds of IKEA furniture?)
The world’s most-awarded mobile lens, olloclip has been issued over 100 patents worldwide and recognized for class-leading design and technology by the likes of Mashable, Wired, National Geographic and Travel + Leisure.
Moleskine, to the uninitiated, makes notebooks and stationery popular with artistes, travelers, and folks who jot down poetry in between sips of chai latte in some delicate cafe in Kreuzberg. They are
Apple has done it yet again: by launching a brand new generation of iPhones, this time in the form of the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus that will see off the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Incidentally, the previous generation iPhones have now been given a price drop, so woe to those who could not wait for one more day before the iPhone 8’s release and picked up the previous generation handset. Just what kind of goodies can we expect from the new iPhones?