What’s more portable than your iPhone, more addictive than Facebook, and packed with more nostalgia-inducing goodness than Netflix’s Stranger Things? The PocketSprite, of course — the retro gaming device that fits on your keychain. Its small stature means you can take it anywhere you go, for gaming goodness on your commute or during a quick coffee break at work, but the convenient design extends to the software as well: the open-source architecture makes it easy for you to upload your favorite Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Gear and Sega Master System games. Add to that a reasonable price tag and great battery life, and you have the perfect gift — for your friends or for your inner child.
We men do love our gadgets. From newfangled apps to massive home entertainment overhauls, if we can find an excuse to upgrade a gadget, we’ll take it. To help you wade through the mass of new technology and products that come on to the market every day, we’ve found 20 of the top gadgets men want. Whether you’re the kind of man who wants a gadget that lets you dive into virtual worlds, or you’d rather enjoy some tunes, wirelessly on your way to work — we’ve got that too. Want a drone that can shoot mini projectiles or the best shave of your life? If you want to snoop around or just get the best gaming experience, here’s a collection of innovative new gadgets men want.
This underwater drone can submerge up to 98 feet (30 meters) and records 4K video streamed to your phone, which you use to navigate. Not impressed? OK, with its add-on Fishfinder sonar it can detect fish up to 131 feet (40 meters) away and and lures them with a blue light. Still not wowed? PowerVision will be offering VR goggles that allow you to robot around by tilting your head.
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A Folding Bicycling For Ultimate Portability If you rely on your bike to get to work, school, or around town then you know how important it is to keep your bike safe. When you leave it outside, there is always a chance that it could get stolen even if it is locked up….
ZENTA is a wearable for your wrist that tracks a number of bodily diagnostics from stress, your heart rate and sleeping patterns but also looks very pretty on your arm. You can get it as a bracelet or a necklace for you or a friend in several colors and gems (the one shown in the picture is in the altruis, rose gold and white combo). The bracelet goes for $195 on Vinaya.
Whether you’re hitting the gym, or running along the beach, music is a must. Everyone has a “go-to” playlist for adding motivation and pushing them through their workout. But all that movin’ and shakin’ requires headphones that will windows 10 desktop gadgets google calendar put. Another must have? Sweatproof buds. Check out out favorite sports headphones – both wired and wireless, […]
Most of us could stand to read a little more, and the Kindle Oasis has left me with no excuses. It’s waterproof, light, can hold thousands of books, and offers a distraction-free reading environment. Read the full review here.
It’s pretty clear by now that our obsession with technology and gadgets is still going strong. And since it’s not going anywhere, it’s a- to embrace it. We’re all for making our lives a little bit easier and well – a little fun! We just want to be able to listen to our music on the go, at the… View Post
As CNET reports, Hip’Air is the invention of a French company called Helite, which was already making similar airbags for horse riders and skiers. The company says its device can reduce 90 percent of the impact from a fall. They hope it can drastically reduce the number of hip injuries in the elderly.
Designed to be a personal trainer that’s built into your wrist, the Polar FT60 Heart Rate Monitor is clearly helping a lot of health and fitness-conscious individuals take full control of their wellness needs. The Polar is engineered to sense various health and fitness parameters such as calories burned and the fat burn percentage to keep you well-informed of your progress. It also comes with the STAR Training program as well as a unique Smart Coaching technology that further improves the way you utilize the digital information on the Polar to help you customize your fitness and general wellness program.
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Those chargers are handy if you need to use your phone while driving — to do that safely, you should look into a Bluetooth car kit. Something like the iClever Himbox HB01 is a cheap, convenient way to add Bluetooth functionality to your car, which in turn lets you wirelessly stream music, make hands-free calls, talk to assistants like Google Now or Siri, and the like. (Provided you have an aux-in port.) We’ve praised it before. If you’re mostly focusing on calls, though, a full-on speakerphone like the Jabra Freeway is big and bulky, but serves up clear and powerful sound.
The heads-up display allows you to look at data on your windscreen and you can return calls or send text messages through voice commands. A great way of avoiding fumbling for your phone so you can keep your eyes on the road.
While some might think that this is more of a starter kit for VR game, it is, in fact, a complete kit for VR games. This bundle includes everything that you need in order to properly get into VR gaming without having to get third-party hardware software or make any compromises. The kit includes the licensed Playstation VR headset, the motion hand controllers, and the optical tracking bar, as well as a VR game to get you started. With this set, you will be whisked away to an entirely different world.
Besides storage size, reliability and durability are two of the most important features of a excellent USB Flash Drive. Having one of these 7 memory sticks on hand at all times is not only a great idea but a necessity. Plus they make great gifts, so pick up than one. #1. PNY Attache USB 2.0 […]
Billed as the smallest external storage for iOS, the Dash-i is a MicroSD card reader for iOS devices that gives you unlimited external storage capabilities. Made of aircraft-grade aluminum casing, the Dash-i can be attached to a key ring and taken anywhere you go. The reader supports MicroSD cards of any capacity, and allows you to store and access photos, music, video and more. You can also password-protect files and back files up from your iOS device. The Dash-i Plus also comes with concurrent-charging capability.
Aside from running out of breath to inflate it, this waterproof cushion takes out all the work of taking a bath. You, too, can be highly entertained by your iPhone homescreen. The pillow also works just as well (if not better) out of the bath.
This surface tile is not for everyone but it is fun for sure, having the ability to morph the way you want it and create shapes and basic drawings on it. More info can be found on Giles Miller’s site.
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.
Welcome to the 2016 TechCrunch Holiday Gift Guide! We’ll be rolling out a bunch of guides leading up to Christmas, hopefully making your holiday shopping a little easier. Looking for gifts for others on your list? Check out our full 2016 Gift Guide Hub.
The Tablet: If you want something a bit more portable, then you should definitely look into picking up an iPad. You’ll be trading off some image and sound quality and size for a more pack-friendly tablet format, but you also get the benefit of being able to load it up with books, easily access the internet, and – if you have an iPhone – sync your devices.
Now that the newest iPhones support wireless charging using an industry standard, you’re faced with hundreds of wireless charging pads to choose from. I really like Mophie’s charging base, and Apple believes in it enough to offer it on its site. Read the full review here.
Garmin remains a serious contender in the smartwatch market. The flagship Vivoactive 3 boasts GPS run tracking, optical heart-rate sensors, basic notifications, guided workouts, mobile NFC payments and even packs a proud battery life of up to seven days. It’s durable, customisable and with that kind of battery life you can work out all week without recharging.