No smart home will ever be complete Alexa providing the virtual personal assistant that everyone needs. And whenever Alexa is involved, you’d better have the 2nd generation of the Amazon Echo Dot as her shelter. The Echo Dot is the means to which Alexa is able to control many of your smart devices at home. It connects various devices allowing you to play music, watch videos, play games, and even establish and maintain a connection with your social contacts, all by issuing commands for Alexa to listen to and execute. The Echo Dot opens up many fascinating aspects of an ultra-modern, super-smart home.
German robotics firm Magazino, creator of robots meant to work alongside people in warehouses and the like, has raised $24.8 million to continue development and deployment of its TORU and SOTO robots.
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…
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It’s niche, but the Sprout G2, with its integrated 3D and 2D scanners, is perfect for product designers, CGI creators and other folks who can benefit from incorporating 3D models into their workflow. It’s also got a stylus-enabled touch mat that acts as a second screen.
Best prices I\’ve seen and super quick delivery. The default language & user manual are in Eastern European so I had to reset the phone and download a manual I can understand. Otherwise great product and service.
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.
We men do love our gadgets. From newfangled apps to massive home entertainment overhauls, if we can find an excuse to upgrade a gadget, we’ll take it. To help you wade through the mass of new technology and products that come on to the market every day, we’ve found 20 of the top gadgets men want. Whether you’re the kind of man who wants a gadget that lets you dive into virtual worlds, or you’d rather enjoy some tunes, wirelessly on your way to work — we’ve got that too. Want a drone that can shoot mini projectiles or the best shave of your life? If you want to snoop around or just get the best gaming experience, here’s a collection of innovative new gadgets men want.
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.
In the 1960s, the East German foreign intelligence service HVA issued this tiny camera, which takes photos of documents and uses a chemical process to shrink the text down so that a block of text appears no bigger than a period. This way agents could hide secret messages in plain sight. Boghardt points to an infamous incident involving microdots: Dusko Popov, a double agent during World War II, gave microdots to the FBI that mentioned German interest in Pearl Harbor. FBI director J. Edgar Hoover didn’t trust Popov, however, so he never passed the information to president Franklin D. Roosevelt.