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And you can be assured of its compatibility with your devices, as this keychain lightning cable is Apple MFi-certified (Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad). It works perfectly with all ios versions of iPhone 6/6 Plus/5/5s/5c, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini Retina, iPad Mini, etc.
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.
Listen to music from your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-enabled device on your car stereo, without running any cables, with the RadioShack Bluetooth Cassette Adapter. Just pair this handy, cassette-shaped Bluetooth receiver with your device then pop it into your vehicle’s cassette deck to play all your favorite MP3 tunes through your car’s speakers
Simply press the button found on the front of the device and it will flip open just as an actual key fob. When ready, press the power button on the side of the device 5 times within 2 seconds to turn …
Kohler’s new bathtub supports voice commands for water temperature and fill level, or tweaking via the company’s new Konnect And, of course, you can always adjust the tub’s hydrotherapy and vibracoustic soundwave settings.
Cabledrop can really blend in with your decor, use them hidden under ledges with the muted colors to match your furniture or bring them to light by using the bright ones. Beyond just preventing cables from falling off a desk, they make great cable clips on furniture legs or walls to control unruly cords.
Actually, that brings up an interesting idea — imagine if Apple actually made an iCar? People would line up to buy one. It would drive itself. And it would completely die after two years, so you’d be forced to buy a new one. $15.99 – Etsy via Nerd Approved
FIVE GREAT LENSES IN ONE CARRYING CASE: Awesome mobile photography for back or front facing cameras. Includes 5 quick connect lenses ? telephoto lens, circular polarized lens (CPL), fisheye lens, macro lens and wide angle lens. Combine with your favorite apps to share photos instantly.
One of the big problems with the current state of the VR art is that it really doesn’t fully engage your senses. But how do you get haptic feedback for your tootsies? Taclim’s tackling that with prototype VR shoes that will let you feel it as you’re virtually tiptoeing through the tulips and wading on the shore.
Glowing a sumptuous electric blue you can now type silently (no noisy key clunking) into the night. It doesn’t need any software, you just plug it in to your computer or laptop and enjoy the glow, or show, or both.
Beam is a UK-based social business that crowdfunds employment training for homeless people. It works with homeless charities to identify individuals in a position to enter the workforce and creates online profiles for them. These provide some background about the individual along with an outline of the training and resources (which could be equipment or childcare) they need.
Our collectible is a detailed replica of an intriguing medieval machine. The authentic foundry iron construction with moving parts includes a fully functioning ratchet with firing action on the catapult. Fascinating gift for a history buff or an unusual executive toy for your desk.
Electric car startup Faraday Future debuted the FF 91 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. It has self-parking, autonomous driving, a 378-mile range and ubiquitous screens all around the cabin. The FF 91 looks promising, but with production facilities only existing on paper at this stage, it’s reasonable to worry whether the car will ever roll out on the road.
Still uncompromising, unparalleled and unmatched and still featuring a jaw-dropping array of customizable features the R.A.T.7 just took things to a whole new level. Looking ultra fresh in white and silver, with a next generation 6400 DPI sensor that further improves on the incredible tracking and precision of the original, the R.A.T.7 Albino is now even more eye-catching than before.
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.
The system basically consists of three components: the license-plate frame with its two high-definition cameras, an adapter that plugs into your OBD port, and a magnetic mount for your smartphone that sticks to your dashboard.
The world’s most-awarded mobile lens, olloclip has been issued over 100 patents worldwide and recognized for class-leading design and technology by the likes of Mashable, Wired, National Geographic and Travel + Leisure.
A tiny battery-powered impeller at the bottom of the cup spins rapidly to swirl the liquid around the bottom of the cup. Press the button on the handle and watch as your hot beverage slowly starts to spin, until it’s a veritable steaming whirlpool.
When necessary, jot in your name and the date, so as to properly document the WINs and the FAILs. Remember: the WIN stamps come in black and the FAIL stamps come in red. They both print in solid, all-caps IMPACT font. These are commercial, office-grade stamps that require no ink pad and are good for hundreds of judgement-filled stampings. Each stamp produces an imprint that is 1.5 inches wide by .6 inches tall. Our advice? Order now and spend the rest of the day measuring foreheads.
What that means is that sometimes (and right now is one of those times) the list doesn’t change for a long time. So quite a few of the items you’ll see below have been there for months, and have even endured major releases (we’re looking at you iPhone X) in their field.
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.
Why you need it: There’s a button on the handle for memorising the maximum and minimum temperatures from its last use – with accuracy to the nearest tenth of a degree. The product to end guesswork about when dinner is done.