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I’m not a huge gadget person but I LOVE the shower speaker I got on Amazon. It’s awesome for so much more than just the shower. I use it to play music in my room and also stick it to the window in my car! Money well spent. —ginababy417

Tell them they’re your bestie in solid gold. The 3D Encode ring from Japanese startup 3Dwave records your voice and turns those sound waves into metal jewelry. Rings vary in price, depending on the substance you choose to make it out of, from $130 – $1300 USD. Those interested in immortalizing their message can do so on the company website.

Microsoft just announced a brand-new ultimate laptop that’s going to be five times faster (than the original), have a battery life of 17 hours and feature the now ubiquitous USB-C. The smallest Surface Book 2 comes in at a comfortable 13 inches, with a 2.6GHz dual-core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory. Not bad considering it transforms into a tablet too. There are a range of other variations at various prices – the most impressive is the 1.9GHz quad-core i7 processor with 16GB Ram, 1TB of internal memory and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card.

One of Kickstarter’s highest funded campaigns ever ($13 million raised) is now available on Amazon with Prime delivery (despite the company’s drama with its earliest supporters). There’s a built-in blender for smoothies, a Bluetooth outdoor speaker, ruggedized wheels, a USB charger, LED light, bottle opener, four plates, a knife, removable cutting board, and a tie-down bungee cord to attach blankets and other gear to the lid.

Nothing beats a helpful gadget, and that’s why we love cool gadgets so much. There are some helpful new gadgets out there that are more than just cool things to buy, and they’re not all just aimed at men. In fact, there are some great devices out there that women will likely love as well. Some of these had Kickstarter campaigns, so you know they have some cool ideas. So if you’re looking for some gift ideas for her (or for yourself), you’re bound to find some cool gadgets below.

Name and image defines that it is a Hand bag which is stylish but as it listed on this to 14 then there may be some speciality in it right. Yes, there is special thing that in built in it that is very useful to most of the smart gadget users.

The unique design features a technology called planar magnetics, which uses two magnetic fields to activate the circuitry printed onto a piece of clear film the width of a white blood cell. This creates studio-quality surround sound ranging from superior treble up to 900Hz, right down to the mighty bass at lows of 5Hz. Everything from the leather travel case they’ll arrive in to the silver plaited cable and the understated retro design of the magnesium housing (designed by BMW Designworks) whispers quality.

The Modular: Nest’s products aren’t quite as geared toward external connectivity as they are to making your home a safer and more comfortable space. But what they do offer is very capable. They make security cameras, a self-programming thermostat, and smoke/carbon monoxide alarms that can all sync with your smartphone or self regulate.

In the 9th rank of best gadgets for cars is Spareone Plus. It is an ideal device for emergency situations because you can be able to call for help without worrying too much about battery. This gadget is the only one operating single AA battery in the world so, it is no need for charging with 10 hours of talk time and 15 year battery shelf life. Also, this phone has free communication backup plan when power is out.

Breathalyzers are fine, but the Skyn band tracks your blood-alcohol content in real time and proves to you that you’re a lightweight. I’m not sure you could read that screen after a few too many, though.

The Boob Cube is for idiots. And for geniuses. And for idiots who want to convince people they’re really geniuses. And for geniuses you want to make feel like idiots. So, yeah, pretty much an ideal gift for any person…

Sometimes the smartest smartwatch is one that doesn’t look like one. The Kate Spade Holland Bracelet Hybrid Smartwatch is as apt as any other smartwatch (with vibration alerts, music controls, selfie snapping, automatic time-zone changing) and doesn’t even need charging. With a mother-of-pearl dial and a gold case, it’s a stunner, too.

A lot of women I asked for help with this guide mentioned smart cooking tools. While I don’t want to relegate us all to the kitchen, Nomiku, a sous-vide for the digital age, was definitely tops in a couple discussions and deserves a mention. The device connects to your smartphone to help you get a perfect piece of tender cooked meat every time and retails at $200 for the original version or $250 if you want one with WiFi.

As example, when you are listening to your favorite songs with 3-speaker virtual surround sound and there is a call coming, Jabra freeway will read out the name of incoming caller to notice you. What you just do next is using your voice to make and answer the call.

Again, does everyone need to pay $230 for a tire pressure monitoring system like the Fobo Tire Plus? Probably not, but if you can afford the premium, it’s a straightforward tool that can help reduce a common headache for car owners. It’s a set of Bluetooth-enabled sensors that measure tire pressure and temperature in real time, send that data back to your phone, and warn you of any forthcoming issues.

This nifty little camera is the perfect companion for a crazy night out. Its small body allows you to tuck it away in your shirt pocket, so you can bring it everywhere. The 10-Megapixel sensor can capture a ton of detail for a wide range of uses. The integrated micro SD card slot can hold cards up to 32GB — more space than you’ll ever need. The Integrated ZINK Instant Printer allows you to immediately print high quality color prints that are two by three inches in size — an immediate gift to your crush or best bud.

The next time you’re at the neighborhood potluck, instead of asking, just load a food sample into the Nima ($230, plus about $5 per capsule for each test). In two minutes, you’ll know if that casserole is sans gluten. The device fits inside a purse or bag, so toting it to restaurants is no problem. Within two years, the company also plans to produce units to detect the presence of peanuts, tree nuts or milk ingredients.

The Beast: Beefier than some home speakers, this is the best option for anybody looking to blast tunes for the entire beach. You can toss it right in the sand and it’ll be fine. It’s designed for it. Best of all, it can charge your phone while playing music if it’s plugged into this monster.

Essentially a mobile security camera with some smart-home control capabilities, when Kuri ships about a year from now it will roam your home checking on your kids and pets when you’re not home. It looks like a robot, though, so it’s cool just for that.

Fossil’s beautiful hybrid watches combine the smarts of a smartwatch with the classic good looks of an analog wristwatch. The Fossil Q Accomplice comes in many fun finishes with leather or metal bands. The watch will buzz with notifications, track activity, and trigger select actions like launching http://www.nbc-2.com/story/37622080/news selfie camera. 

Motion sensor trash cans that open with the wave of a hand aren’t new. But companies are updating their features. The Simplehuman can ($200) uses infrared technology to sense a hand. Also, the bin recognizes commands such as “Open can.” The lid won’t close until all debris is tossed in. Another option (not pictured): The Nine Stars DZT-50-28 ($90) opens with a hand wave, then closes automatically a few seconds later.

All of that becomes less useful if you have to reach over and grab your device just to confirm what you’re doing. A basic holder puts the phone where you can see it, making things just a little less stressful. Magnetic mounts tend to work just fine here — one like the TechMatte MagGrip Air Vent is cheap yet unobstructive, while its CD slot-based sibling is a bit sturdier for those who can spare the space.

Fine, fine.  It’s a vacuum.  BUT it’s a wireless robot cleaning vacuum they’ll actually want this year!  Roomba 980 from iRobot not only vacuums up almost anything (with technology that won’t let it fall down the stairs) you can also schedule cleaning while you’re away at work via the app and then it automatically recharges itself when it’s done.  I mean.  #Technology

Become the “Big Brother” you’ve always wanted to be while you’re away from home with this 24/7 home monitoring system.  Watch via your smartphone and get alerts sent directly to you if the motion or sound alarms go off, talk and listen to your favorite pets via the touch of your phone, and even see at night!

This is a user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing alternative to the bulky and often cumbersome phone holders. It is literally what it says it is: a magnetic phone holder. It is easy to install; just place it on the dash of the car and stick your phone on top. While it is a magnetic holder, the magnetic values are kept so low that it will not interfere with the circuitry of the phones themselves. This means that it is completely safe to use. It also works well with all phones, regardless of make and model, as long as it has metallic components to adhere to the mount.


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