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This tornado demonstration model is for the person who wants to spend US$300 on a machine that creates mini tornadoes. Probably the most useless gadget on the list, it sure would be cool to have a tornado on your desk and watch it dance. Although, we don’t recommend using the excuse a tornado destroyed my work to get out of that next report. The great thing about this tech wonder is that your kids will appreciate it. 

Hailed by Time as one of the best inventions of 2017, the Ember is an app-controlled, 10-ounce ceramic mug that’ll keep your morning coffee the perfect, preferred temperature even if, owing to deadlines, you don’t finish it ’til the evening. The list price is $79.95; get it directly from Ember, or look for one, as they say, at a Starbucks near you.

Garmin could leave Apple in the dust with this one. The Forerunner music watch, with storage for 500 songs, also supports GPS, Garmin Pay and has physical buttons instead of a touchscreen — which may be preferable for those on the move.

First came the fidget spinner. Then came the hands-free, fidget-spinner holder. Of the latter, The Verge declared, it’s the Newton’s cradle of 2017. Get the all-acrylic Spinner PAD for $6.95 from newPCgadgets.

Share your memories virtually anywhere using the HDR-PJ50 Handycam® camcorder’s built-in, high-contrast projector. This mobile theatre can project up to a 60″ (diag.) image on any flat surface, and with powerful stereo speakers, you’ll hear all the action.

I’m not going to get into the argument about whether or not it’s wise to get behind the wheel after more than a glass of wine but I can still see the point of a gadget that let’s you know where you stand vis-à-vis the long arm of the law.

Philips’ headband isn’t designed to help you get more sleep. Rather, it’s meant to help you get the most out of your sleep. The headband emits a tone that the company says improves slow wave sleep, the stage in the sleep cycle at which brain waves and breathing slow to their lowest levels.

I was on vacation in France in 2002 (I 7 or 8 back then) and I visited a local toy store multiple times because they had really cool stuff. But then, one day I saw a cylinder-shaped oil and water emulsion toy with spiral stairs inside that you can put upside down all the time and then you see little drops of blue oil rolling down in a spiral. It was so satisfying to watch, even better than a lava lamp! They had them in blue or pink. I wanted the blue one, but my mom didn’t want to buy it for me. For years I was searching for it as a child but I never found it in another store, not even on my next visit to France. I was so in love with that thing…but one year ago at the end of 2016, I visited a store in my country that I’ve known for years, and there I found them! I was so happy to finally see them after years of searching that I almost cried, they even had one in purple! —s4ef321550

Resistant to wear and tear and built to last, BELT Cable Twin Head has both durability and retro style that looks great in any environment. Extra range to charge and use your device in comfort. Wraps up neatly with leather belt.

Features on this lamp increase its functionality, making it an excellent addition to your desk. An LCD screen hosts a clock which features the date, time and temperature, helping you to be prepared throughout the day. The clock also bossts of an alarm, with a snooze option that can be utilized if necessary.

Work. Office. The words make a lot of us wince late on Sunday nights when we think of going back to the grind in the morning. But there are a lot of gadgets and supplies out there these days that not only make salary-earning easier and more efficient but sometimes more fun, too. At least they’ll make you smile while you’re earning a living, even if you sometimes have to smile privately. This list covers the best official gadgets that go the extra mile.

One of the major changes is the addition of LTE connectivity, which is a great addition. For those that have been hankering for it, the feature has finally arrived, and for those that couldn’t care less, you can pick up a non-LTE version for a cheaper price that still includes upgrades on the Watch 2 like longer battery life and faster speed when flicking through. 

If you’re looking for extreme fun for you and your kids, without breaking the bank, you’re going to fly high with this gadget. The Nano Hexacopter is an amazing little flyer – crazy fast and very stable, it is the ultimate Mini Drone out there, and with a ridiculous price tag of $49.99 it’s also the cheapest one around.

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