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For the person in your life with FOMO, the multi-award-winning FVP-5000T includes the new Freeview Play service, which allows you to record four programmes while you watch a fifth. A new smart search feature pulls in content from diverse sources such as YouTube, plus there are quick-access buttons for recorded shows, Netflix and On Demand. But the best bit? It’s all streamed over Wi-Fi so you can do away with those pesky ethernet cables. What’s not to love?
It’s been over 100 years since Curtiss has produced a motorcycle and with the limited-edition Warhawk, they’re back with a bike that really stretches the limits of the imagination. Powered by a 150hp V-Twin powerplant that carries it to a top speed of over 165 MPH, it features all aluminum, handbuilt construction with wishbone suspension front & rear giving it that distinctive, once-in-a-hundred-years look.
Diners can simply place a small amount of food into the sensor and close it. Within minutes, a picture of a peanut will appear on the side if traces of peanut protein are found. A smile will appear if it’s safe to eat.
Cooking woes? We have the solutions to make preparing wholesome meals a simpler task. From opening cans and jars to boiling and straining foods, our wide assortment of specialty kitchen gadgets will make a big difference at mealtime. Find colanders, salad spinners, kitchen compost pails, openers, spatulas, egg beaters, mixers, nutcrackers and invaluable kitchen gadgets that will make you wonder, Why hadn’t I thought of that? We guarantee – they’ll save you from a hassle. Plus, they make great, thoughtful gifts for the cook and baker in your life. (We’re your source for non-electric goods. Discover more ways to live simpler at Lehman’s.)
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.
This ultimate all-rounder gadget will make your day-to-day life much, much easier. Amazon’s revolutionary smart assistant allows you to play your favorite music — whether it’s from Amazon, Spotify or Pandora — with a simple voice command from the other side of the room.
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.
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 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.
Kino-mo’s Hypervsn Wall is getting a lot of attention here in Las Vegas. Made up of multiple propeller-looking modules adorned with programmable LEDs, the Wall creates holographic images up to 3 meters in size. 
Skully Technologies launched an ill-fated Indiegogo campaign in 2016, raising nearly $2.5 million in preorders for a motorcycle helmet with AR features, and then folding. Backers of that campaign will soon receive the Fenix AR — a helmet with a rear-view camera that displays a 180-degree view on a transparent display. It supports turn-by-turn navigation and  (when connected to a phone via Bluetooth) voice commands, making phone calls and playing music.
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