This charging station lets you neatly store and charge your phone, tablet and smartwatch devices. The simple racked design helps you use your space efficiently and buying the shortened charging cables keeps the station looking tidy.
VR goggles are nice and all, but how can you really feel like you’re flying when your feet are on the ground — or your butt is on the couch? Enter this Paris-based startup, which built a piece of furniture to help you get your body in the game.
The HTC Vive is the best VR headset in the world right now. The controls are intuitive to use, the resolution is incredible, with a 1080p screen per eye, and the base stations mean you can play in a space that’s 13 x 13 feet in size – that’s some serious playing space to swing yourself around in.
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.
The Cushion You Didn’t Know You Needed There’s something fun and different about cushions in the shape of food, and they’ve become all the rage. Everything from pizza to donuts has been turned into pillows, and you can have one of your very own for about $25. Simply…
If you need a little help getting around, this is one bad-ass personal electric vehicle. The Whill Model Ci has a max speed of 5 mph and a battery range of up to 10 miles; the integrated lithium-ion battery takes between 4 and 5 hours to charge. Though it’s not an all-terrain vehicle, it can handle inclines and a variety of surfaces — and the accompanying app allows family members to check battery level and location remotely.
This tree stump bug used solar power to function continuously in a wooded area near Moscow during the early 1970s. The bug intercepted communications signals coming from a Soviet air base in the area and them beamed them to a satellite, which then sent the signals to a site in the United States. Solar power meant that no risky battery changes were needed. Nevertheless, the KGB discovered this green bug so the museum’s copy is a replica.
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A Hammock For Your Kitty… If you are a cat lover, then you will love the Woozy Cat Hammock. The sleek design and superior craftsmanship make for a pet bed that will last for many years to come. If you find yourself tripping over pet beds or rebuying them year after…
A spy weapon is never what it appears to be. Pens are guns, guns are lasers, lasers are pens somehow. Chalk it up to the art of deception. But if you’re involved in a life-or-death struggle with a particularly tenacious henchman, you’re going to want something with advanced stopping power. Enter the WASP Gas Injection Knife.
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…
Autonomous cars gather up tons of data about the world around them, but the best computer vision systems can’t see through brick and mortar. But by carefully monitoring the reflected light of a l
Price: $592.95 So we close out our series of ergonomic office items and accessories with the SomaFit Synchro office chair. The guys over at SomaFit sent us this free demo to try out and also broke down some of the important aspects of maintaining good posture and having the right chair when you’re…
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What do you get the man that has everything? The answer: an AI PA. That’s where Temi wheels in. It’s your home’s smart hub, your hands-free video-call system, your video and games console, your personal DJ, your connection away from home, your photographer and more! Temi can recognise you, know your preferences and is constantly learning to optimise itself to your routines.
The Briefcase: Crosley gets a bad rap. Sure, they’re a budget record player manufacturer, but their styling is certainly on-point and their gear is a lot more accessible than some of the competition. This handsome briefcase-style turntable is not just a capable player; it also features USB connectivity so you can plug it into your PC or Mac. That means you could feasibly use it to rip your records to digital, if you wanted.
The Action: For the adventuresome type, the GoPro Hero5 is a tried-and-true action camera that will keep up with you at every step. It’s small enough to come along whether you’re jumping from a plane or scaling a mountain and it still captures 4k video and 12 megapixel photos. It’s also waterproof to 33 feet without additional housing.
Modern life never leaves us in one place for long. Racing to work, exercising, grabbing dinner, traveling cross-country or putting our feet up at home — we’re always doing something. And, living in an age lush with innovation, there’s some system or gadget for seemingly every single something we’re doing. So while there’s still a lot to be said for leaving the phone (temporarily) behind, we are aware that technology can improve our quality of life. Fads and extraneous gadgetry may rule the newsfeed, but there’s a definite core cadre of electronics that make life substantially better.
One more thing to remember is that geeky gadgets can give rise to technical questions before sales. As a good seller, you should answer your customer’s questions promptly. To help you do this it is a good idea to get samples of what you are selling. Then you can familiarize yourself with the new technology.
It’s tempting to think that spy gadgets aren’t all that old, but even Caesar encoded messages using cryptography. This disk dates back to the Civil War, when it was used by the Confederate side — CSA stands for Confederate States of America.
It’s kind of absurd that each and every one of us is basically carrying around a supercomputer with access to all of the world’s knowledge in our pocket and we mostly use it for Pokemon Go. A cell phone can be a vital asset in the field, and there are several pretty badass gadgets you can attach to your mobile to help you out. One of the neatest we’ve seen is Seek’s lineup of thermal cameras, which give you heat displays anywhere you point them.
It looks and writes just the same as an ordinary ballpoint pen, making it inconspicuous and unobtrusive. Portable and practical,the Voice Recorder can be taken anywhere to record audio from meetings, …
Price: $49.95 E-Sports are becoming more and more popular. For some of us, the idea of sitting in some kind of arena and being a spectator to gamers playing in a multi-player video game is very new (and kind of crazy sounding). But we’ve continued to see major sponsors come running into the space…
Ever sat at your desk at times and stared into the sky, wondering just how your life would have turned out if you had decided to join the army or police force? Perhaps you could be an undercover agent for the government by now, being suited up to the nines and yet carrying a false identity as you infiltrate one of the world’s most notorious gangs, gathering crucial intelligence along the way. Having a video or voice recorder on hand would certainly be useful, and Q-See knows this. Which is why all of you spy wannabes out there might be interested to pick up the $99.99 QPen DVR by Q-See.