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From robust espresso to flavorful coffee and creamy cappuccino, even hot cocoa or tea, enjoy cafe-quality beverages at home with the Espresseria EA8250J4 fully automatic from KRUPS. The compact machine takes up minimal counter space, and its fully automatic system means anyone can enjoy the perfect cup—amateurs and coffee connoisseurs alike. With 1450 watts of power, the machine’s built-in metal conical burr grinder quickly and evenly grinds whole coffee beans right before brewing to capture the freshest flavor, and its grind setting can be adjusted as desired—finer for espresso and coarser for coffee are the settings that work best. The machine’s large sealed hopper keeps beans fresh and holds enough to prepare several drinks in a row, while its user-friendly control panel with an intuitive LCD screen and ergonomic knob allows for simple navigation through every step of the process. To ensure the perfect shot of espresso, the Espresseria’s patented compact thermoblock heating technology, 15-bar high-pressure pump, and hydraulic automated tamping system provide perfect tamping, precise extraction, and consistently hot results.

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 hi…

The Bluetooth headphone that could finally get audiophiles to cut the cord. Beyerdynamic’s Amiron wireless headphone is articulate, with excellent clarity and bass definition, and superior to the company’s on-ear Aventho Wireless — a great Bluetooth headphone in its own right.

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 first pair of Mechanix Original gloves I had were from 2007. Those wore out fairly quickly but I kept sewing the holes in the fingers to prolong their useful life. I bought another pair in 2009, and the main differences were in the use of 65% Nylon / 35% Polyurethane all around the fingers. With the older 2007 pair, Mechanix used a more durable material on the sides of the fingers and those lasted 5 years without … full review

The only USB stick for a transformers fan. If you are a Transformers fan then it’s time to ditch your boring old USB drive and upgrade to something with a bit more character… like this Transformers USB stick for example! This clever USB stick transforms from a flash…

While the products and demos showcased at CES don’t always reflect the technology you’ll be able to buy in the near future, the show does offer some insight into where tech giants are putting their time and resources.

Having Landroid Robotic Electric Lawn Mower With Battery you can take a break of cutting the grass FOR EVER! This robotic lawn mower will bring you peace, its just amazing how you set it up and not worry about grass ever again.

Razor, renowned maker of scooters, has developed yet another way to test the patience of parents. The company’s new Turbo Jetts motorized heel wheels go up to 10 mph. The removable battery, which will give you 2 to 4 hours of peace while it charges, delivers about 30 minutes of motorized wheel time. The device can be adjusted to fit both kids (size 12 and up) and, when the inevitable time out is served, adults (up to adult size 12). 

The futuristic LED light up umbrella. If you’ve ever seen Blade Runner than you might recognize this sweet futuristic looking light up umbrella from the movie… well now you can own your very own light up umbrella thanks to the power of LED lights. This awesome…

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Acer had me at $9,000 gaming laptop (that’s about £7,300 or AU$12,400). But it also has a ginormous 21-inch curved screen — the first in a laptop — and an eye-tracking camera. Of course, it has nine heat pipes to cool the two GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs and two power supplies, four speakers and two subwoofers, plus it weighs 19.4 pounds (8.8 kg).

^ Jump up to: a b c Michael Quinion: World Wide Words: Gadget (accessed February 6, 2008) Also in: Michael Quinion: Port Out, Starboard Home: The Fascinating Stories We Tell About the Words We Use. ISBN 978-0-14-101223-0

And I’ll wrap it up with this. Because between the giant racing exoskeleton and this showcasemobile from the luxury RV-outfitter — equipped with a hot tub, helipad and automatic seat-lifting toilet (with 2 modes for…figure it out) — I declare that Furrion wins CES 2017.

In this slideshow, we’ve highlighted 10 hot new gadgets you may want to consider adding to your collection. Be sure to check out some of our other slideshows that feature great gadgets for the back-to-school crowd, anyone wanting to spice up their office, or mobile professionals on the go.

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.

We all love the idea of convenience and our fingertips, which is why having a home that gets smarter by the day is just the thing that many people are looking for these days. Switchmate revels in the thought of working with connected home products wirelessly through the simple to install and activat…

Anaheim’s National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show featured plenty of traditional instruments, but as always, there was also a lot of cool music tech. From pro DJ hardware to gadgets that upgrade the instruments you already own to innovative music education tools and apps, NAMM showed that now, more than ever, the worlds of music and tech are intersecting in interesting ways.

Well worth the purchase if you can snag it for $18. It comes with 6 mini Shopkin eggs, two Shopkins, 2 sticker sheets and a plastic cup. The ice cube depicted in the ice dispenser is not included (unless it comes as one of the two) so we use it to dispense any Shopkin we in there. I think this tends to be more fun. The fridge holds a good amount of Shopkins. We have over 30 in there and it still has room for more. I would recommend purchasing this over the Shopkins Vending Machine Tin, which is pretty much a tin box with 2 Shopkins going for the same price. The fridge is a better value.

Imagine seeing a melting clock, its unique and something to have a conversation about. Despite the optical illusion the time can be seen from any angle, maybe even better than a normal watch. Dont miss out on this cool item!

There are many cool developments going on in the car industry and manufacturers around the world are bringing more and more cool technologies and gadgets on board of our vehicles every day. But most of these new technologies and cool car gadgets are introduced only in the newest models and very few find their way to oldest cars. So what to do if you have an older car or if you purchased last year’s “latest model” and you start feeling it’s not gadgetized enough?

Segway has definitely made a name for itself over time, having popularized the idea of a personal transportation device that has since caught the imagination of many. This time around, Segway Robotics has launched an Indiegogo campaign for Loomo, which is the first mobile robot sidekick in the whole world. Sounds pretty cool, right? Well, the Loomo is actually a smart machine that toggles functions between a mini personal transporter and mobile robot sidekick, and it is now up for pre-order on Indiegogo. There is a limited early bird pricing that will begin from $1,299, which means you will not be able to get it any cheaper in the future.

Apparently, this little gadget here can help you increase your fuel efficiency by up to 18 percent by regulating the flow of electrical current to the computer that controls the engine’s fuel injection and ignition systems. Except why wouldn’t your car’s manufacturer have thought of that first? Maybe this just regulates the flow of $80 into some smart car nerd’s pocket. $79.95 – Hammacher Schlemmer

One of the amazing gadgets for cars you should buy next is Radmo. If you have it, you have no need to worry about where you put your mobile phone or other electronic devices. Although put what you need on the windshield is not a bad idea, it is not clever choice and even illegal in some places. Radmo – the perfectly fitted mount – can help you solve this matter.

If you are going to kit out your house to turn it into some sort of smart home, why not go the whole nine yards and make sure it ends up with a smart kitchen as well? I am quite sure that there is a fair number of electrical appliances in the kitchen that are capable of working alongside Alexa, the digital voice assistant, so why not add another member into the mix with the Phyn Plus smart water assistant?

The Ultimate Rubber Band Shooter Did you use to shoot rubber bands off your finger back in grade school? Are you and your office mates in a full out office war and you need the best come back? Then you are going to want this rubber band machine gun from XYZbot. It is…

Apple has managed to knock itself off the top spot for best smartwatch with the excellent Apple Watch 3. It will look very familiar to anyone who has the Apple Watch 2, as it’s basically the same frame with different innards, but those innards make all the difference. 

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Stay Warm This Winter… Anyone looking for convenient, high-tech household products are sure to love these novelty slippers. Give the gift or warmth this winter, and maybe even treat yourself to toasty tootsies with these instantly-warm slippers. You wonder how…

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich used his keynote to show off the Volocopter, an autonomous passenger drone, which he called essentially a flying car. Volocopter’s CEO Florian Reuter said the self-flying drone is extremely simple to fly, quiet and when running on its batteries, emission free. 

Leonardo Da Vinci Catapult Kit… If you love assembling cool things that are fun to play with and challenge your mind, then you’ve likely got a room full of model cars, bottle ships, and intriguing kites you’ve already put together with patient, busy hands. How about…

Sony has come up with that it deems to be the world’s first truly wireless noise cancelling sports headphones, in the form of the WF-SP700N, and the WI-SP600N and WI-SP500 in-ear sports headphones. All three of them will boast of splash-proof designs in order to let the wearer enjoy sound while th…

A discussion arose at the Plymouth meeting of the Devonshire Association in 1916 when it was suggested that this word should be recorded in the list of local verbal provincialisms. Several members dissented from its inclusion on the ground that it is in common use throughout the country; and a naval officer who was present said that it has for years been a popular expression in the service for a tool or implement, the exact name of which is unknown or has for the moment been forgotten. I have also frequently heard it applied by motor-cycle friends to the collection of fitments to be seen on motor cycles. ‘His handle-bars are smothered in gadgets’ refers to such things as speedometers, mirrors, levers, badges, mascots, &c., attached to the steering handles. The ‘jigger’ or short-rest used in billiards is also often called a ‘gadget’; and the name has been applied by local platelayers to the ‘gauge’ used to test the accuracy of their work. In fact, to borrow from present-day Army slang, ‘gadget’ is applied to ‘any old thing.'[3]

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