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My favorite new gadget! Definitely the coolest looking blue tooth keyboard I have seen. Not like the boring standard looking ones that you see everywhere and can’t tell apart. I like that its foldable, small and great for travel. I have been playing around with it and it works with my phone, my tablet and even my computer. The keyboard is so much better than using the touch screen. Love that the company plants trees for every item you buy too.
My first car was an early ’80s Volvo with a bald front tire. The only tech it inside was a radio and a heater and I felt pretty fortunate that both were working. Plus, I got away with having a crappy car because during the whole grunge period, people kind of revered junk. It was like a badge of honor.
Find Cool Car Gadgets – featuring useful kit for your auto such as safety lights, power inverters, speakers and audio accessories for your car stereo, breathalyzers, extra display screens and inspection cameras, and TV or radio receiver devices.
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PlugBug is a 10W USB wall charger that piggybacks onto your MacBook Power Adapter, creating a totally unique, all-in-one, dual charger for MacBook + iPad or iPhone. That means you can charge your MacBook + iPad or iPhone at the same time using one wall outlet. Remarkably simple and elegantly designed, this go anywhere power pack means one less charger to carry and one less wall outlet to find. PlugBug simplifies your life in a way you never imagined.
Just about everyone has a smartphone these days, where it is not only our primary communications device, it also doubles up as a very useful and convenient digital camera as well as music playback device and note taking (audio or written) capabilities. Well, why not make sure the rest of your portab…
Still, some of the coolest tech we saw at the show were features you might see in cars in the next few years. Among the wilder automotive inventions at the Las Vegas Convention Center this year were Nissan’s mind-controlled driving, Ford’s Domino’s self-driving delivery vehicle and Honda’s Pixar-like robots.
Whether you are on the go, in your office or at home, new technology gadgets can introduce great time-saving advantages into your day, as well as make life easier. Check out some of these great finds, including unlimited external storage devices for iOS devices, laptops and desktops; Bluetooth-enabled speaker, earbuds and keyboard, a versatile 2-in-1 tablet; and charging options for mobile devices.
With the new two-dimensional code technology, users can browse and store data in local through simple set up by scanning the two-dimensional code at the back of the body. The configuration is computer-free, which enables housewives without professional knowledge to set up the Internet camera easily and quickly.
You can consolidate all of your necessary communication into the new Sony Smartwatch, the world’s first Android-compatible Smartwatch. The Smartwatch allows you to worry about one less thing by turning your phone into a remote of sorts: leave your phone in your purse, briefcase, desk, or pocket, and view calls and texts, check your email, control your music, get notifications, and much more with a gentle vibration of your Smartwatch on your wrist. One of the best new features of the Sony Smartwatch 2 is its rain-proof durability, meaning you can rely upon your Smartwatch anywhere at any time.
Another must-have for an efficient home office is a strong, fast WiFi network. It can be tough to get the internet speeds you need if the router is in another part of the house, which is why Eero’s multi-router WiFi system is a great option for telecommuters, and it won our mesh WiFi router roundup to boot! Place one eero in your office to ensure awesome connectivity for your computer and any other smart devices.
Once upon a time we dreamed of eating meal-replacement pills while flying our cars to see a holographic movie. While so much of the future’s useful technology has failed to materialise, there’s one field that has come on in leaps and bounds like an untethered spacewalker, and that’s handwriting-to-typing. Finally you can grab hold of what looks like a normal pen, write as usual, then download everything on to a computer as images and text. If it wasn’t so ruddy simple, you’d think it was witchcraft.