This new hands-free invention uses a 3.5mm bluetooth receiver and will allow you to play your favorite music on-the-go without the need to fuss over an AUX cable! Comes equipped with HD Microphone and latest noise cancellation technology to give you the most immersive mobile sound experience!
You take a treadmill, you take a desk, you smoosh ’em together, then, BOOM: you have a treadmill desk. It’s self-explanatory, really. And if you’ve seen all the studies lately talking about how sitting around all day is slowly sapping away precious years from your total lifespan, then you may well want to consider owning // BOOM!
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.
The all-electric FF91 Future, shown here in the Stealth Combat finish, looks seriously cool, is autonomous-ready and, according to Faraday, goes from 0 to 60 in 2.39 seconds — which would make it the fastest-accelerating SUV in the world.
Another trend is that more Chinese-born brands are starting to develop and increase a diverse range of new tech gadgets. China is one of the fastest developing countries in the world. It is home to many chip manufacturers so there’s a real entrepreneurial and creative atmosphere. This has seen the rise and rapid development of all kinds of new tech, such as 3D video glasses, drones, 3D Printers, camera equipment and laser gadgets.
With all the excitement kicking up about Microsoft’s Surface tablet (which comes complete with an unobtrusive keyboard), iPad users may find themselves wanting to get something closer to a laptop experience out of their device. Luckily, that’s just what the CruxCase 360 sets out to do, acting as a protective iPad case that doubles as a stand and a keyboard.
Electric car startup Faraday Future debuted the FF 91 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. It has self-parking, autonomous driving, a 378-mile range and ubiquitous screens all around the cabin. The FF 91 looks promising, but with production facilities only existing on paper at this stage, it’s reasonable to worry whether the car will ever roll out on the road.
Product Round-up With more and more cars rolling out of the factory gates with built-in Bluetooth and navigation systems, the market for in-car gadgetry should be drying up but there is still a wealth of interesting tech add-ons for your jalopy.
Sure, you can check the time right there at the bottom of your computer monitor, but that’s so one-dimensional. This LED clock by FiBiSonic also tells you the date, the humidity and the temperature — Celsius or Fahrenheit, your choice. It includes three different alarms in case you’re worried about losing track of time, and you can set them with the voice control mode. The clock has three brightness settings, so you can choose the easiest on your eyes, as well as two face modes. Use the one that gives you the information you most need to know. You can pick and choose what to show. The console is made of durable, attractive wood.
Actually, that brings up an interesting idea — imagine if Apple actually made an iCar? People would line up to buy one. It would drive itself. And it would completely die after two years, so you’d be forced to buy a new one. $15.99 – Etsy via Nerd Approved
Automatically connect to the last-connected device when turned on enables one-step music streaming. Compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled devices (2.1 and over). 3.5mm audio port for non-Bluetooth devices.
Made of cold cast resin, this stunning pair of Acropolis bookends is part of the Historical Wonders Collection. Measuring 7 3/4 inches tall, 4 1/8 inches deep, and 4 1/2 inches wide, they show excellent detailing, and add class and style to any bookshelf or table. This pair also makes a great present for the holidays or for housewarming gifts.
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If you’re concerned about keeping your sensitive work documents and communications safe, add the CUJO Smart Internet Firewall to your workspace. This cute gadget works 24/7 to protect all the devices on your network, keeping hackers out and your family secure.
In a nice change from all the army of smart devices which expect you to make conversation, this Wi-Fi/Bluetooth-connected motion sensor recognizes gestures to control the troops. But if you like the choice between waving and chatting, the company will also be offering a Bixi 2 with voice support.
Have you ever looked at your fitness tracker after a long day of work and found you’ve only taken a few thousand steps? Same. It can be tough to fit in activity when you’re working, but Cubii is making it so much easier. This smart under-desk elliptical helps you get those steps in—all while sitting at your desk. Cubii even syncs with your fitness tracker to reflect the steps you get while peddling!