neue schwimmen Gadgets elektronische
Whether you’re at the gym or getting comfortable on the couch, these wireless headphones won’t get in the way. The buds (which can actually fit snuggly into your ears) connect to your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth technology.
This may be the first step on the road to our mecha future, but Furrion’s giant exoskeleton is designed for peace, not war. It’s a racing exoskeleton that’s 14 feet/4.3m tall, 16 feet/4.9m wide and weighs over 3.5 tons (3.2 metric tons). Yet, it can run at speeds up to 21 mph, jump 10 feet in the air and run for two hours on a charge. All with you controlling it with body movements.
CARS.COM — Chevrolet revealed its redesigned 2019 Silverado 1500 at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and while we were impressed, the Chevy was overshadowed by a… Read More
Sjovt lege værktøj, hvor der kan skrues hamres og bankes til den store guldmedalje. Der er virkelig mange dele i dette sæt, og når det ikke bruges kan det pakkes sammen i kassen, der ellers er et arbejdsbord
Our hands might not be getting any bigger but our phones certainly are. As flagships like the LG G3 andOnePlus One creep up to 5.5 inches, phablets are starting to resemble small tablets, arguably filling the roles of both a smartphone and a slate. If you think that one device is better than two, or just have really big hands, then there is a growing selection of phones to suit and these are the ten best.
Priserne på elektronik falder hurtigere end på de fleste andre typer produkter. Der kan være rigtig mange penge at spare på gadgets, der kom på markedet for bare kort tid siden. Vi har fundet frem til gode produkter, der har scoret flotte anmeldelser i vores test, som er faldet betydeligt i pris …
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With the mobile marketplace teeming with a multitude of highly priced smartphones, one might wonder whether cheap phones still have a place in the mobile infrastructure. With massive innovation in both hardware and operating systems, phones now do a lot more than just let you talk and text, with handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One and iPhone 5S stealing headlines the world these days. Sadly all this innovation isn’t cheap – and most of it is reserved for high-end contract handsets. So, is there such a thing as the ‘best phone on a budget’?
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?
As you’d expect from a camera costing the same as a decent used car, higher-end SLRs have myriad autofocus options, impressive ISO performance and often (but not always) fast continuous shooting. They tend to be built like tanks too, since they have to meet the demands of professional press, sports and adventure photographers, who are often working in demanding, deadline-driven environments. When it comes to choosing a top-end SLR, the biggest decision is whether to go for a full-blown pro model, such as theNikon D4S, or to save money by opting for a camera that also appeals to advanced enthusiasts and semi pros. Read: 10 best top-end SLR
The Ultimate DIY Tesla Kit If you’re fascinated by the idea of electricity, or you’ve idealized Tesla for as long as you can remember, you might enjoy the Tesla coil kit. It’s a DIY model that actually works, and it’s more than it appears to be. Whether you’re new to…
Notion is a home intelligence system that was recently funded on Kickstarter that uses a small, smart, multi-function sensor to detect quite a significant number of things in your home: a water leak, when a door/cabinet opens and closes, temperature and sound. When any of these things are detected, Notion will send a message to your smartphone (works with both iOS and Android). For example, if you place a Notion on your front door, it can tell you if someone knocks, if the door is opened, or if it doesn’t get shut. Its potential uses are incredible. If you put it on, say a liquor cabinet, it can tell you when that cabinet is opened. It also has a temperature sensor and can tel you if your house is getting too hot or too cold when you’re away from home. It isn’t yet available, but it is expected to ship in July.
Place the Zuta on a piece of paper, send a print command to it from your phone, and then watch it as it works its way across the page, leaving print in its wake. While I’m not sure it will ultimately succeed, it deserves props for cleverness.
3. Echt knap is hij niet, maar handig absoluut wel. Deze schoen van Digitsole is gekoppeld aan je smartphone en biedt handige opties zoals automatisch strak “veteren’, een stappenteller en – onze favoriet – de mogelijkheid om je voeten op te warmen.
You’d expect tech giants Apple or Samsung to create the first on-screen finger print scanner, but surprisingly Chinese company Vivo beat them to it. The company is using a newly announced Synaptics optical sensor, which works by peering through the gaps between the pixels in an OLED display and scanning your uniquely patterned epidermis.
It’s similar to what smartphones including Apple’s True Tone display on iPhones that project warm colors to help you snooze better. The mask does make you look like X-Men’s Cyclops, but at least it looks cozy. The company is putting the mask on crowdfunding site IndieGogo in the spring for sales.
Een bejaarde die valt en uren op de grond ligt vooraleer er hulp komt… helaas horen we het nog te vaak. Met Smartcane van Dring haal je een intelligente wandelstok in huis. De Smartcane is uitgerust met allerlei sensoren en artificiële intelligentie die de gewoontes van de gebruiker leert herkennen. Zodra een gebruiker valt, worden de gewenste contactpersonen op de hoogte gebracht via sms of telefoon. Zelfs de locatie kan via gps doorgegeven worden.