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Having muscle pain? Nobody around for a massage? Problem solved! with this useful and unique tool you can massage your self at any given time at any place. Truly a must-have gadget regardless if you have back pains or not. Looks cool and inexpensive, what more wold you want right? Stop wasting time order now!
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”.
Roulette + drinking = awesome. If you’re looking for a killer way to kick start a night of partying and drinking then there’s really no better way than with shot roullete. This roulette drinking game is played just like normal roulette except that each number…
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…
Kohler’s signature line of high-tech showers now has an app. Kohler Konnect lets you set your shower to a specific water temperature and flow rate as well as control music and lighting with voice commands.
This video presents a list of the 10 Kickstarter that are the coolest and most funded projects at the moment (March, 2018). This is a two part video, and the second part should be released…
When we reviewed the Razer Phone, we were impressed by the screen’s deep blacks. Now we know why it can go so dim: the Razer Phone was secretly designed to play Netflix in HDR. The companies announced that the phone will be the first phone to do so, and with Dolby 5.1 surround sound, too — lest you forget that the Razer Phone is a Dolby-certified device with crazy-loud speakers.
The quick ‘n’ easy way to slice your strawberries! Every now and then we come across a new gadget that’s not trying to be revolutionary or change the world but is so simple and clever that you’ve just got to have one… and that’s exactly what the strawberry slicer is…
Lego and robots go together like chocolate and peanut butter. In a move that’s bound to thrill kids of all ages, the Danish toymaker is offering a set of motors and programmable bricks that can work with existing Lego kits and turn them into motorized or motion-sensitive toys. Plus, its app can record voice effects to really bring your Lego Batman to life.
The Hi-Lite also fell within another category that was very popular at NAMM: hacky add-ons for the gear you already have. While numerous companies were debuting new models of synths, turntables, and more, others were showing clever ways they had figured out to augment the instruments and hardware you’ve got at home. OneManBand’s guitar attachment converts signals from the guitar into MIDI via simply pressing strings (it does not require plucking), produces an on-the-fly backing band based on your playing, and more.
A gift for cable cutters, the Roku Premiere+ is an update on the previous Roku streaming stick which is able to support HD and 4K Ultra HD content streaming. Roku grants access to free television channels and is also able to stream subscription-based content from providers including Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The controversial new USB Type C port will imminently revolutionise home computing. Be ahead of the trend with this splitter hub, which will allow you to charge your next-generation MacBook through an additional port.
3.In order to make it convenient for using and prevent abnormality occurring to memory card which will result in damaging software tool, it is suggested to copy/make a backup of the tool into your computer for saving.
Who ever said that you had to spend a lot to get something awesome online? Well we’re not sure who it was (or if anyone actually really said that) but we are here to prove them wrong and we think this section of this section Way Cool Gadgets website does a good job in doing so.
There’s a countably infinite supply of noise-cancelling headphones at CES, but these manage to rise above the noise. You can set the Hero headphones to allow certain voices through and block everything else; while Sidekick is a version of them that you fit on your existing headphones. This is what the future should sound like.