Tired of having to clean up your mess every time you shave or groom your beard or mustache? How about you attach the Beard King the next time you head to the bathroom for a shave? This hair clippings catcher is an ingenious solution to the perennial problem of facial hairs clogging your bathroom sink drain. Simply mount one end onto the suction cups placed onto your bathroom mirror and wound the other end around your neck and you can start shaving and trimming those pesky facial hairs away without having to fret about trimmings falling on your sink.
It is a game changer, even among high tech gadgets. Now a fast, simple, no-contact gesture yields the most precise temperature possible, and automatic sync with the dedicated app also allows you to track temperature readings, get reminders, and input related symptoms/medications right on your smartphone.
These hands-free night vision goggles mean surveillance, after-dark expeditions, and finding the perfect bush to pee on in the middle of the night aren’t just possible, they’re on like Donkey Kong!…
Electronic gadgets will sometimes come with confusing technical specifications… and you may need to understand these to be able to compare similar coolest braille gadgets products. Here are some common ones you will find in our gadgets category that will help you when shopping for the best electronics gadgets:
What will you do when being stuck in snow? Just try and push but still no go? Get a tow with expensive price? Now, you do not need to worry about this problem with ZipGripGo. which is an economical, convenient traction aid solution. In many car gadgets, ZipGripGo is the most suitable one for this task. As its slogan “getting you where you need to go”, you can use this easy-to-install gadget in emergency situation and fasten onto the car wheel when driving on the snowy or muddy roads.
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.
The first 8K (7,680×4,320-pixel) display, this 32-inch monitor crams in enough resolution to retouch the hairs off a model’s face and nudge your pixels precisely in Adobe Illustrator. It doesn’t match that by covering the entire Rec 2020 color space — it’s only 10-bit color, not 12-bit — and it’s not clear whether it stores the color profiles in hardware or not, but you can’t expect everything at once. For $5,000, though, Dell should throw in the calibrator for free.
Because you just may be over Alexa and want to try something new. Google Home pretty much rocks because Google can basically help you with anything. I mean, they do online so why not in your home!? It can play your favorite music, answer a zillion questions (in a nice voice), can play some games, help organize your day and can actually recognize up to 6 different Google accounts based on your voice signature. So cool!
The deodorizer is non-scented and environmental friendly, making it safe for use around children and pets, providing you with a cleaner and fresher home. The deodorizer can fight odors for 3 months before needing replacement.
The coolest iPhone 7 (7 Plus and 6) cases we could find. Check out the retro 80’s music cassette tape, the most realistic football case ever, classic camo, or the hardwood floor case. Nothing speaks to you? Design your own!
Need to be even connected than you already are? Enter the smart watch. A smart watch can give you access to your fitness activity, es, texts and music – all without having to dig your phone out. Stay updated constantly when you need (want?) to be. While some lo the “high-tech” part, others […]
You may not be able to upgrade your car to become a Google self-driving vehicle just yet, or probably ever, but you might be able to make it so you feel a bit like Knightrider. The gadgets here can at least spruce up its capabilities. All are affordable, and definitely cheaper than trading in for a brand-new car. So read on for some tempting auto augmentations.
Meet August. He is unlike any other security agent you have ever met for the simple fact that he’s not human at all. Instead August is a 2nd generation smart lock that works seamlessly with Alexa. What this essentially means is that you can now manage the different activities through your main door using any of these wireless management platforms. August allows you to keep track of who’s entering and exiting your doors. It even automatically locks and unlocks the door for you. Best of all, you don’t need to replace any existing door hardware as August works just fine.
Nostalgia and modern design collide with an, erm, pop for Polaroid’s latest camera, a quirky 20MP handheld device that prints three by four inch full-colour snaps with Zero Ink technology and has Micro SD storage up to 128GB. It features a four-inch LCD touchscreen, wi-fi, Bluetooth, 1080p video recording, edit functions and GIF capability – all in time for Polaroid’s 80th anniversary.
One of the oldest problems that everyone faces when traveling is basic cable management. We have a lot of chargers, a lot of spare cables, and a lot of connectors that we end up carrying around with us. This little sorting bag can easily take care of this problem and ensure that cable management is no longer an issue. With a multitude of compartments and pockets, it makes managing cables, connectors and various other gadgets incredibly easy. Not to mention, it has a great design and a nice feel to it, making it a joy to use.
Braava has two cleaning modes to choose from depending on the job you need done. In sweep mode, Braava dry mops your floors moving in straight lines using dry cleaning cloths. In mop mode, Braava uses a special back-and-forth mopping action and damp cleaning cloths to lift surface dirt and grime off your floors.
This desktop Stirling Engine from Sunnytech uses burning alcohol to create an external combustion process that will motor it all the way from China to your front door. Many who have purchased this model of physics you…
When it comes to modern day homes, many of us would like to see our humble abodes be more connected and are technologically advanced than ever before. Our forefathers had to make use of charcoal stoves, while we revel in flameless induction cookers in this day and age. Back in the day, a kerosene lamp was used to light up the home before the invention of electricity, and we have the utter convenience of having light as and when we like it with the flick of the switch. You know what they say, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. The humble switch has served humanity well for so long, but is it about to approach the end of the line? Perhaps, if iDevices has its way. iDevices is the preeminent brand in the connected home industry, and with the announcement of the availability of the Instant Switch, things are going to change around the home.
You can never really have enough ways to keep your smartphone kicking. If you’ve got some emergency calls (not texts) to make, you need your phone’s GPS, or you just want to make sure your device lasts through the end of the night, a simple car charger like the Aukey CC-T6 should do the job.
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 the selfie camera.
If your best girl just brought home a new iPhone 8, 8 Plus, or X, you’ll want to get her a great wireless charging pad. This one from Belkin is specially made for the new iPhones, but it will also charge Android phones like the Galaxy S series that support wireless charging.