Are you like most folks who simply don’t know how to make a correct estimation of your car’s tire pressure? If so, then make sure you have the Lantoo Digital Tire Pressure Gauge to help you establish a more accurate reading of your car’s tire pressure. The good news is that the Lantoo is actually a multitool gadget that can also serve as a LED flashlight, a red safety light, a seatbelt cutter, and a car window breaker for emergency purposes. The Lantoo Digital Tire Pressure Gauge can register pressure readings of up to 150 PSI in increments of 0.5 PSI.
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.
We have to admit, all of our retro and nostalgic video game prayers have really been coming true lately. This time around word on the street is that Nintendo will be releasing its Super Nintendo as “Super Nintendo Mini SNES” this coming holiday season. After the insane success that was the “Nintendo Classic Mini” last […]
Yunmai FDA-Listed Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Scale & Body Fat Monitor – 10 Precision Body Composition Measurements – Body Fat, BMI & More. Step on the scale, and within seconds it takes 10 dierent essential health measurements, giving you comprehensive data about your health.
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.
Perfecting your golf swing takes years and years of practice, dedication and hard work. But with the Zepp Golf 3D Swing Analyzer, you’ll be closer to perfecting your drives in no-time! If you’re an analytics-driven guy, this little device (and its app) is the perfect gadget for you. It simply attaches to the back of your glove, and it wirelessly sends data to your smartphone. It tracks your swing with various metrics such as club head speed, swing plane, hand path, tempo, backswing position, hip rotation and more. It even pops out a swing score each cant close gadgets so that you can work on your golf game. Then, you can even compare your swing directly to PGA Tour Pros via video. It also works to analyze your baseball swing and other similar motions.
We’ve seen this concept before, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive. It’s an HD projector that can supplement your game display by filling your walls with action as you play. It’s still just a prototype, but a girl can dream.
Whether you’re an artist, creative or just redecorating at home, the Mini Colour Sensor by Nix can help you. Using LEDs and a well-calibrated sensor, it can capture the likeness of virtually any colour. All you have to do is hold the device up to the surface and it does the rest for you. The Nix can match it to RGB, HTML, CMYK, LAB colours and more than 10,000 paints. The companion app also allows you to create palettes and save your favourite colours.
If you hate the cluttered look of cables snaking all over your workstation that you no longer know which cable is for what particular purpose, the ONME Multipurpose Magnetic Cable Clips promise a very useful and nifty solution. These magnetic clips may be small, but they do serve their purpose exceptionally well by accommodating 49 out of 50 different types of cables in the world. The minimalist design helps declutter surfaces by making sure you have a more unique and more interesting way of managing a variety of cables. The clips can be mounted onto any surface making cable management a breeze.
Public privacy concerns aside, a dash cam is good to have on hand if you’re worried about having footage to present for any future accidents. Something like the Rexing V1 should help you take protective measures here — it’s relatively compact, captures 1080p video, and has received positive feedback on Amazon.
You can even set automated timers, or program the bulb to gradually increase brightness in the the morning like the sunrise for a more pleasant, natural alarm.Tunable White can make you feel better and more productive- select a natural daylight color for reading and concentration, or a soft white when it is time to relax.
Because now that you’ve been seeing everyone sporting these (and, no, they don’t fall out when running) it’s finally time to buy them. If they’re out of stock you can also find them here, here, and here.
Facial recognition, built-in assistant, 4K sensor, HD recording, cloud storage. It sure sounds like it should be a phone, but that’s actually the highlight reel for the indoor Nest Cam IQ. It’s a sophisticated security camera that will feature Google Assistant and, not only could it help catch high-quality footage of intruders, it’s perfect for a whole range of other things: watch the kids, film and share, create time lapses, keep an eye out for friends/family about your home, or simply to use Google Assistant. As Nest so aptly puts it at the bottom of its site, PS It’s beautiful.
The Google Pixel 2 takes everything that was great from the original Pixel and throws in an even better camera, upgraded speaker and water-resistance in a revamped design. It’s the fastest-charging mobile, and the camera is so exceptional it’s worth mentioning twice.
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Did you really think Amazon was going to sit back and watch as Google Assistant and Apple Homepod take over? Alexa is back, bigger and better, housed inside the Amazon Echo Plus. Like the original Echo, it’s hands-free, recognises your voice and connects you to all your applications. The upgrade links you to your home via a smart home hub and understands you better due to increased wake word performance and an ever-expanding list of skills.
Head-up displays, or HUDs, are made up of a small projector which projects information or images that are bounced between several mirrors to show up on a screen. The information displayed has a transparent background which can be displayed on see-through screens such as windows and dashboards.