In our range of gadgets for him, we have something for all ages, interests and sensibilities. Looking for a practical gift? With self-stirring mugs, i-chargers and bicycle multi tools, you can find it here. We also stock fun gadgets for men. Why not let him take his hobby in to office with desktop golfing and fishing? Or how about a levitating strobe pen to take pride of place on his desk?
Mophie’s brilliant wireless charging power pack not only charges your iPhone from 0 to 100% in case you’re out of juice, it allows you to use any wireless charger that uses its Charge Force Wireless Technology. Just sit your iPhone on your nightstand at night and have it charged the next morning without dealing with pesky power cables.
The season of giving is coming, and the forecast is a whirlwind of invitations, cookies, and eggnog. There’s so much good cheer out there, but it’s missing from the one place you really need to go: the mall. Save yourself the trouble and shop at home (preferably with the aforementioned treats).
The makers of the WyzeCam all-in-one 1080p HD smart home camera have given their new model, WyzeCam V2, a hardware upgrade. Changes include Motion Tagging technology which detects and outlines motion in both live stream and replay modes. It got a powerful new CMOS sensor to provide even clearer images for both day and night vision. There’s a class-K audio power amplifier and a new audio chip that significantly reduces TDD interference and EMI, and lastly, a matte finish replaces the glossy finish found on the original.
The phone equivalent of a bespoke suit, the phone cover company Toast now offers a bespoke service allowing you to add your own stylised designs and text for laser etching and inlays. They also do covers for tablets, laptops, games consoles, smart home devices and more.
Are you the kind of person that just seems to attract stains on your clothes? Do you love science and incorporating innovative ideas into your daily life? Clothing and science do go hand-in-hand, and Nanotechnology can be the answer to your spill-prone ways. If you…
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.
One of the big problems with the current state of the VR art is that it really doesn’t fully engage your senses. But how do you get haptic feedback for your tootsies? Taclim’s tackling that with prototype VR shoes that will let you feel it as you’re virtually tiptoeing through the tulips and wading on the shore.
You can employ the old-fashioned way of determining the level of doneness of your favorite slab of steak and you will more or less end up with the perfect steak in almost half the time. But if you use the SteakChamp Ultimate 3-in-1 Steak Thermometer, you’ll get fantastic results all the time, every time. There’s no need for second-guessing your meat with your fingers. All you need is to insert the SteakChamp all the way into your meat and it will return the level of doneness in flashing color-coded LED lights. The secret is the thermo-sensor in the entire length of the probe.
5. What’s for dinner? Samsung Electronics’ Family Hub Refrigerator offers “connected living” and is both a storage and communication device. With a built-in screen on its door, family members can leave http://markets.financialcontent.com/mng-elpaso.alamogordonews/news/read/35871325 see what’s in the fridge while at the store, adjust the thermostat or even check on a sleeping baby in the next room. It will be for sale in the spring; pricing wasn’t available.
Notion is a home intelligence system that was recently funded on Kickstarter that uses a small, smart, multi-function sensor to detect quite a significant number of things in your home: a water leak, when a door/cabinet opens and closes, temperature and sound. When any of these things are detected, Notion will send a message to your smartphone (works with both iOS and Android). For example, if you place a Notion on your front door, it can tell you if someone knocks, if the door is opened, or if it doesn’t get shut. Its potential uses are incredible. If you put it on, say a liquor cabinet, it can tell you when that cabinet is opened. It also has a temperature sensor and can tel you if your house is getting too hot or too cold when you’re away from home. It isn’t yet available, but it is expected to ship in July.
A USB Drive With Steampunk Style! If you are a fan of steampunk and tech gadgets, then you are going to want to check out this steampunk inspired USB flash drive. Each flash drive is handmade in Latvia and the attention to detail as well as the technical abilities are…
There are cameras that are built to handle normal conditions and cameras that are built to handle the most extreme and hazardous conditions imaginable. The Garmin VIRB is of the latter, with a nearly bulletproof design and resistance level. With a compact frame and easy-to-use interface, it is currently the preference of adventurers, extreme sports enthusiasts, and hazardous explorers. It is also made to withstand some of the most punishing conditions on earth and can handle everything from avalanches to landslides to even being submerged in a waterproof casing at crushing depths and still take clean, clear, and stable pictures.
For me, it’s my silicone garlic roller. Pop a clove of garlic in, roll it on the counter for a bit, and out pops your peeled garlic! I make a lot of dishes with a lot of garlic, including homemade hummus, and I didn’t know these things existed until a few months ago. It saves me so much trouble, and garlic smell on my hands! —hordeoralliancewtf
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While most smartphones can be used as personal hotspots, it’s still handy to have wireless connectivity in your car, so your phone doesn’t become unusable with everyone grabbing its data connection. Mobile hotspots have been around for a while, but one that specifically hooks into your car’s power socket makes the whole process seamless.
The Izon Stem White Wi-Fi Video Monitor Surveillance Cam is one of those cool gadgets for home security. If you’re frequently away from your home, and you want to check in to see what’s going on, the Izon will allow you to do just that right from your smartphone. You can place the camera anywhere near any outlet in your house, and once it’s connected to your home’s wireless internet, you can view what the camera is seeing and hear what’s going on in the room right from your smartphone. If you’re wondering how it compares to the Oco, the Izon has a bit higher quality, and is slimmer.
Dive into the world of virtual reality with this cutting-edge headset by HTC. Provided you have a beefy PC capable of handling virtual reality games, this headset can transport you to any fantasy world your mind can come up with. The included wireless controllers will have you tripping out by being able to see your own hands in-game.
The only thing worse than carrying a janitorial mess of keys is not being able to find them. The KeySmart Pro with Tile solves both problems. It holds up to 10 keys in two groups, tucked sleekly away until you need them. An integrated Tile Bluetooth tracker lets you locate your keys up to 100 feet away via an iPhone/Android app. You can also play a tone if they’re not visible, and it works the the other way around too — the KeySmart Pro can ring your phone if you’ve misplaced it. Also included is a bottle opener, a loop for attaching a car remote, and an integrated LED flashlight.
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.
Remember Target Practice With Your Friends? Remember when you used to go out into the yard and shoot rocks at cans with your sling shot? You carried it in your back pocket so you were prepared for battle in a quick game created by you and your friends. You had target…
Featuring a proprietary PurePulse technology, the Fitbit Charge 2 Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband is able to provide users with automatic and continuous monitoring of the heart rate based on sensor readings on the radial pulse of the wrist. This information is then further processed to give you an idea of the amount of calories that you have already burned including fat burn percentage, peak cardiac functioning, and cardiovascular status. The Fitbit also features a tracking system for evaluating the amount and quality of your sleep which can play a role in your overall wellness. The Fitbit puts you in charge of your health.
With Smart Wheel, safety challenges can be solved by technology with main functions. Firstly, it will snap onto any steering wheel and use patented sensing technology to encourage safe driving and help drivers stay focused on the road. Additionally, Smart Wheel’s real-time feedback will also make drivers be aware of distracted driving behaviors before a potential accident.
It’s a baby monitor. It’s a Amazon Alexa voice-activated smart assistant. It answers your questions, and maybe your kids’ questions, too. It orders more diapers when you run out, and soothes babies back to sleep automatically. It’s the Aristotle, by toymaker Mattel, and it sounds like a new parent’s dream gadget.