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Aside from checking out the newest pro-level gear in areas like DJing, speakers, and headphones, there were two categories that caught my attention at NAMM. They were products that tackled music education and gadgets that were third-party add-ons for instruments and hardware people already own.
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.
For me, it’s my silicone garlic roller. Pop a clove of garlic in, roll it on the counter for a bit, and out pops your peeled garlic! I make a lot of dishes with a lot of garlic, including homemade hummus, and I didn’t know these things existed until a few months ago. It saves me so much trouble, and garlic smell on my hands! —hordeoralliancewtf
Get rid of cord clutter on your desk and have easy access to your headphones with the Anchor. Mounts in seconds and holds ultra-strong with the same adhesive GoPro uses. Flexible silicone construction protects your headphones and won’t hurt if you ever bump it with you knee.
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For about as long as game consoles have existed, players have had to choose between gaming in front of a TV or holding a tiny screen in their hands while out and about. Not so with the Nintendo Switch, the first console that’s truly designed for both at-home and on-the-go entertainment. The Switch consists of a tablet with a 6.2-inch screen with slots for attaching Nintendo’s Joy-Con controllers on either side, turning it into a handheld video game machine. But when you’re at home, you can slide the slate into a dock that hooks up to your TV and play it like a traditional console. That “play anywhere, anytime” approach, combined with a stellar games roster, from the recently launched Super Mario Odyssey to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, makes the Switch a true knockout.
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There is a huge range of gizmo gadgets with plenty of gifts for geeks and toys for kids. One such example is the flying toys which are one of the hottest gadgets in 2017. These come in all sizes from a palm size mini drone that fit in your hand to bigger quad-copters carrying 4K cameras, such as the DJI Phantom. These are able to capture stunning aerial photography. Many of these can synced to your smartphone or iPad and offer immense FVP photography. If drones don’t take your fancy then toy smart robots could be just the ticket. These cool cheap gadgets provide hours of entertainment and make an ideal gift for boys.
This is the latest version of the bare-bones, credit-card-sized computer. It only costs about $35 on Amazon, and, yes, you can use it as work PC, TechRepublic’s Nick Heath wrote, if you’re willing to make minor adjustments to how you work and trivial tweaks to the official Raspbian OS.
A car kit is just the tip of the iceberg. This baby works well with normal headphones, or your home stereo. I tested it on every wired speaker I could find…instant Bluetooth connectivity. The built in mic made Bluetooth calls a reality in my dinosaur of a truck.
It’s an exercise bike! It’s a standing desk! It is, per its manufacturer, the world’s first sit-stand-cycle desk bike. And, for what it’s worth, it’s also a Consumer Electronics Show 2018 Innovation Awards honoree. Get the Deskcise Pro from FlexiSpot for $499.99.
The SoundPEATS Bluetooth Earbuds can be linked to two devices simultaneously and work with most smartphones. These earbuds allow you to enjoy up to seven hours of music on one charge, and their sweatproof design can withstand a day pumping iron at the gym. As an added bonus, the two earbuds are magnetic and can clip together around your neck when not in use. With noise-cancelation technology and crisp sound quality, these lightweight earbuds (only .53 ounces) make a great alternative to bulkier over the ear models. Charging time takes one to two hours. They also come with four pairs of ear tips (XS/S/M/L) and three pairs of ear fins to ensure maximum comfort.
Top up all of your devices while you travel with the Satechi USB-C Travel Charger. This device comes with an attached plug for seamless charging. In addition to the USB-C port, the Travel Charger also features two USB-A ports.
LG kicked things off on Sunday with a TV from the realm of science fiction — a 65-inch 4K OLED display that rolls into a tube, like an upside down window shade. Imagine it at the foot of your four-poster bed or the end of your luxury bath. We can dream that this futuristic boob tube will hit the market soon, but LG hasn’t announced pricing or availability, let alone an explanation of how the thing actually works.
Equipped with a 120 kW e-motor, Hyundai estimates the Nexo’s prototype fuel cell powertrain, bolstered by three 700-bar hydrogen tanks and a 1.56 kWh lithium-ion battery, will get more than 350 miles per fill-up. Plus, the only emission it leaves behind is water vapor. We drove one here to Vegas — hit the Read More link to find out more.
What makes it cool: This Tier 2 supplier startup has spent years mapping America’s crumbling roads, and uses cloud technology and an electronically controlled device to mitigate vibration and jolts caused by uneven road surfaces.