Toto’s marble-covered bathtub has lots of integrated tech — but what separates it from the rest is its ability to simulate the feeling of floating in space. A series of integrated jets lift your feet off the floor of the tub and the surrounding LED lights add the perfect interstellar ambiance.
For years now, Logitech has gained a reputation for being the top peripheral and add-on designer and manufacturer for PCs everywhere. With this keyboard, it is easy to see why. One of the first things that you will see immediately is the fact that it has no cord or any connectivity options for that matter. Also, it does not have any batteries or battery compartments. This is because it is a fully solar-powered keyboard, feature a couple of solar panels at the top of it. It is able to draw power from the solar light that it receives, charge up its internal power storage cells, and then offer that power for use. It even comes with several some simple-to-read indicators on it so that you can be informed of its state constantly.
GoPro’s new flagship hero looks almost identical to the Hero5, but the Hero6 brings big improvements on the inside. A new processor means more speed for camera and boosted frame rate, enabling 4K video at 60fps and 1080 HD video at up to 240fps. That means dramatically smoother slow-motion playback and improved video stabilisation. The 12MP camera has a more dynamic colour range and performs better in low-light situations. The Hero6 is easily the best action camera out there.
Pruning your facial hair is quick and easy with a Braun grooming kit. The pack comes with a range of heads for shaving different parts of your face (there’s even a nose hair trimmer). You also get a Gillette Fuzion razor in case you want to return to a clean-shaven look.
Just because you’ve spent an hour shredding important documents doesn’t mean that those shredded pieces of paper can’t be put back together again. Unshredder, dubbed the first commercial document reconstruction tool in the world, is a computer program capable of reconstructing documents that have been strip-shred and cross-shred, and documents with torn pages. Instead of aligning each little shredded piece by hand, this Windows-based application automates the reassembly of documents through four simple steps: collate, segmentation, reconstruction, and report. The finished results can then be printed, e-mailed, or copied. Used by government agencies, police departments, lawyers, private investigators, and security agents, Unshredder is available with a monthly license for $90 or a yearly license starting at $950.
Gadgets, devices, unique widgets, fun things that make all the sense in the world and you wish you thought of it are what men want for a gift. Brookstone is renowned for its cool gadgets. Therefore, you won’t go wrong giving a gift from Brookstone.
If you haven’t caught on by now, I’m a bit of a fan of multi-tools. There’s always some history to why it was made, as the creator likely had a set of specific problems, made the product to fix them, and decided it was useful enough to sell. There are hundreds of thousands of different multi-functional tools out there, but your situation is the deciding factor for which one will fit you the best.
Like Amazon’s touchscreen-enabled Echo, the Smart Display is a voice-activated computer with a screen for displaying supplementary information. When asking Google for restaurant recommendations, for example, the Smart Display will pull up information about nearby eateries.
The usage of the term in military parlance extended beyond the navy. In the book “Above the Battle” by Vivian Drake, published in 1918 by D. Appleton & Co., of New York and London, being the memoirs of a pilot in the British Royal Flying Corps, there is the following passage: “Our ennui was occasionally relieved by new gadgets — “gadget” is the Flying Corps slang for invention! Some gadgets were good, some comic and some extraordinary.”
Welcome to the wonderful world of wireless smartphone charging, where you still kind of need some wires, but you no longer need to plug your phone directly into the wall. It’s just Trust us. With the recent rumors that the next generation iPhone (iPhone 8?) will have wireless charging we’ve decided to round up some […]
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Designed and built in collaboration with a U.S. Special Operations team, the 46mm Nixon Regulus is a dual chronograph digital that boasts a 100-meter water-resistant case and pushers, 5-year battery life, and shock-absorbing construction materials that can withstand all types of tough terrain and conditions.
Why not surprise the gadget geek in your life with some virtual reality toys, a 3D printing pen or a remote control drone, car or helicopter? Or if you’re looking for something a little more practical, why not try out our Bluetooth wireless headphone hat, world plug adaptor or mobile phone fan? Qwerkity has a huge range of gadgets available that you won’t find anywhere else – some of which you’ll be shocked you didn’t even know existed!
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Phantom is a stylishly designed wireless charger for your smartphone or tablet. And it doubles as a portable lamp as well. It looks so stylish so it could be a great addition to any interior design. [$70]
It’s illegal to own one of these things in the United States or the European Union (just ask this guy), but a post-Brexit James Bond doesn’t care too much about that. And if somebody spots you with one, who are they gonna call? Nobody, because you’re jamming their cell phone. Check and mate.
This prototype phone shown by Chinese phonemaker Vivo has no official name, price or sale date. But its virtual home button, which appears only when you need it and then gets out of the way, may be a harbinger of things to come. It’s a killer feature that was rumored for both the iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S8 — neither of which had it. We’re clinging to the hope that it finds its way onto the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S9.
Well, the tech world is rife with choice paralysis. For every phone, TV or tablet there’s a mind-boggling amount of options, which can make the process of buying a new piece of tech far less enjoyable than it should be.
Apple has managed to knock itself off the top spot for best smartwatch with the excellent Apple Watch 3. It will look very familiar to anyone who has the Apple Watch 2, as it’s basically the same frame with different innards, but those innards make all the difference.
This wireless Bluetooth beanie hat answers the constant question, “Do you know where my phone is?” With 18 hours of standby time and a range of 33 feet, all that is needed is this beanie hat. With the ability to answer the phone and skip music, coupled with its Bluetooth capability, you can do everything without a phone in hand. Nonetheless, you can even throw it in the laundry as long as the actual set is taken out. Who needs a phone with this all-in-one wearable tech solution?
Who needs solar? While you’re strolling your child through the park the Moxi is turning all its wheel-turning kinetic energy into usable electricity. You can charge your phone, light your path or track your distance.
Spy Ear Bug Listening Device. Compatible with All GSM SIM card. Open the back cover. Sim card into the deck will automatically boot.boot light is 3 seconds. after the lights go off you can dial the si…
These handy Wireless remote-controlled switches will enable you to hit the lights without getting out of bed. One remote control can memorize up to five outlets and turn them on or off. Virtually any appliance, light or device can be controlled with one of two remote controls. As a big bonus, you won’t have to worry about appliances sipping unnecessary amounts of energy on standby mode. You can operate the remotes from as far as 100 feet away.
Rechargeable batteries are a godsend, that is, if you remember to charge them. Now, if only there was a way to recharge batteries just as easily as recharging your smartphone. Oh wait, there is! These batteries can be charged via USB. [$17.40]
We all love your smart phones! So why not improve on your dear devices with some awesome gadgets? In this video, there are gadgets for all type of users, and they are guaranteed to improve your exp…
The SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II is Bose’s take on what a portable wireless speaker should be. It’s designed for ease of connectivity, allowing Bluetooth devices to pair up with the speaker even though they are up to 30 feet apart. Bluetooth connection doesn’t even require any pressing of buttons as the whole system can be connected via voice prompts. The SoundLink is powered by lithium ion batteries that can give you exceptional playtime of up to 10 hours. This should be great for providing music at a beach party. Like all Bose products, the SoundLink delivers great quality sounds all the time.
Though Apple appears to take great pride in the overall design of their electronics, the cables they ship with them are a bit lacking. Instead of settling for what they give you, pick up this one. It’s made from 1,000 denier nylon with a PVC cable jacket, RF shield, and kevlar core built to withstand just about anything. And it comes with an onboard battery, so it’s kind of like a portable charger, as well.