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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.

Astell & Kern, purveyors of the most powerful portable music players on the planet, has announced the MKII version of its award-winning AK70. Exquisitely crafted from a single block of aluminium, the two-tone black player’s sweeping angular accents provide class-leading styling to match its performance. With a dual-DAC design, enhanced amplification, wi-fi connectivity, expandable storage capacity and the ability to be used as a USB DAC as well as a portable player, the AK70 MKII is by far the most sophisticated, highest-performance player under £600.

This clever body scale can provide you with up-to-date body fat measurements, BMI calculations and even muscle mass approximations. It can also tell you how hydrated you are. Don’t worry, all of this information will automatically appear in the Withings app on your smartphone, thanks to the built-in WiFi.

The Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Wireless Gaming Mouse is the best mouse on the market, and I don’t mean just PC gaming mouse. Not only does it have a great weight to it, a cool-looking design, and an LED light that can be set to whatever color you’d like (or cycled through all of the colors), but it is ergonomically pleasing to boot. It runs on a charge (that lasts for 30 hours on a single charge), and it can be used while charging. Best of all, it’s incredibly responsive, with up to a 12,000 DPI (that you can adjust with just the click of a button ON THE FLY). This is especially great if you’re playing a shooter or something else that would benefit from changing the mouse sensitivity on the go. I’ve never been so impressed with a computer mouse in my entire life, and I’ve gone through quite a few of them in my day. If you’re looking to upgrade your workstation, I enthusiastically recommend the G900.

Console gaming doesn’t get better than this. This ultimate wireless controller for the Xbox One includes one-of-a-kind paddle buttons on the back, removable joysticks, and a sleek, matte black and metal look. The thumbsticks and D-pads are removable and replaceable for the ultimate gaming experience tailored to your needs. It can also be used to play games on Windows 10 via either the provided USB wire, or the Xbox Wireless Adapter (that’s not included). 

The Ionic builds on Fitbit’s health and fitness expertise, offering a highly personalised experience that’s a level up from its competitors. There’s a new relative SPO2 sensor, industry-leading GPS, improved heart-rate tracking and water resistance for up to fifty meters. Also, new smart features such as contactless payments, on-board music and smart notifications just make this the ultimate gift for technology fans.

We keep a close eye on anything new that comes out. Typically, we have to look at gadgets that are completely new and standalone. It’s rare when we get to try out a gadget that turns an item we already have into something super amazing. DreamScreen TV is one of those products that really does transform…

The Quill: For anyone that likes to take handwritten notes, a smart pen is an incredibly good idea. Not only will it let you scrawl in your own handwriting, but this one will will sync with the included app (for both Android and iOS) and upload every word to digital text. It can also sync those notes with Evernote or Google Drive.

All of the upsides of a high-end gaming rig without the cost or technical requirements of actually owning one. That’s the promise of the Blade Shadow — a high-end Windows PC remotely accessible from any computer, phone or tablet for about $35 per month (about £25 or AU$45).

Brush teeth, kill monsters, prevent cavities. Wait, go back one. The Magik smart toothbrush uses computer vision technology, motion tracking and your phone’s front-facing camera to power an augmented reality gaming app. Sounds like fun.

This brand-new fitness tracker by Withings may look like a conventional round-face, analog watch, but packs quite a ton of features as well. It can track your heart rate, steps, and distance continuously, wake you up in the morning and tell you the quality of your sleep. The second-to-none battery life of up to 25 days is ground-breaking and will give you the freedom you deserve when using a fitness tracker. It is fully water resistant up to 50 metres, so you could even go swimming with it

Best laptops in IndiaEvery year we see laptop makers launching new models with more powerful specifications and higher price tag. There is no single laptop that can be called as the ‘ultimate’ laptop. Laptops in different price segments come with different set of processors, displays, GPUs and more. So, we have compiled some of the laptops that we call as the ‘best’ at the given price tag. These devices come from brands like Acer, Asus, HP, Dell and more. Check it out.

Some men don’t like a really clean, close shave. For them, having very fine stubbles of facial hair can help preserve the manliness of their look. However, using conventional shavers simply won’t cut it. What is needed is the Philips Norelco OneBlade Beard Trimmer. This is a full hybrid system that works to cut and trim facial hairs up to a certain length to give you the kind of manly, rugged appearance that you’re after. It comes with a dual-sided OneBlade blade that allows for easier styling and very precise edging. What’s more, the blade is actually good for 4 months before you start replacing it.

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 […]

This EEG headset from Belgian research center Imec can assess your emotional state based on signals from the front of your brain. There are therapeutic applications, sure, but it also has the potential to improve your memory when you’re learning, match music to your mood or even adjust your emotions by changing your music.

Lego and robots go together like chocolate and peanut butter. In a move that’s bound to thrill kids of all ages, the Danish toymaker is offering set of motors and programmable bricks that can work with existing Lego kits and turn them into motorized or motion-sensitive toys. Plus, its app can record voice effects to really bring your Lego Batman to life.

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.

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