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Fried Chicken And Fries Without The Frying Nothing is tastier than fried chicken and french fries. Unfortunately, the oil and the frying process is harmful to our health. We all love to indulge in these tasty treats even though we know the more we eat, the more we…

When it comes to pen tablets, virtually nobody does it better than Wacom, which is why they are still around after so many years. In fact, the team over at Wacom have come up with the all-new Intuos pen tablet that will certainly budding digital artists and professionals alike to get creative right out of the box. How so, you ask. Well, this is a technologically and ergonomically improved pen tablet that will arrive bundled with creative software that provides an immediate start into digital art without having to wait for too long.

The Bigwig: If you already have a Gmail account, a Pixel smartphone, and/or Chromecast, you’d benefit from picking up Google’s home device. Not only will you be able to tap into their absurdly vast network of information (everything from Play to Maps), but you can sync all your other Google stuff and access it from the device.

This is one of the newest trends in fitness and bodybuilding but also one of the strongest, because this watch allows you to do something that very few other devices can – it tracks your heart rate and the level and intensity of your workout in addition to calculating how many calories are being burned simply by wearing it on your wrist. It is very simple to use, it acts like a simple smartphone, it is easy to recharge on its docking station and it evokes a design that goes well with any look – casual or professional.

The RIF 6 Cube is a mini projector measuring 2” x 2” x 2”. It’s designed to pair with your smartphone or tablet, blowing up videos playing on the devices to tv-sized proportions. In the package, you’ll find a tripod upon which you mount the cube, ready to project images onto a wall.

These bands for your wrists and ankles use accelerometers and an app to coach you to develop more graceful movement. That’s neat in itself, but their ability to approximate full-body motion makes me think they’d be a great start for a consumer motion-capture system. That’s just how I roll.

Equipped with a 120 kW e-motor, Hyundai estimates the Nexo’s prototype fuel cell powertrain, bolstered by three 700-bar hydrogen tanks and a 1.56 kWh lithium-ion battery, will get more than 350 miles per fill-up. Plus, the only emission it leaves behind is water vapor. We drove one here to Vegas — hit the Read More link to find out more.

Do you ever get fed up of holding your smartphone/tablet as you type? Well, now there’s a laser keyboard that lets you type onto any flat surface while your device is propped in front of you. All you do is connect the Laser Keyboard via Bluetooth or USB, and the keyboard layout appears, ready to relay your typing onto the device.

The RIF6 Cube is an incredible little gadget that allows you to project your mobile phone with a 120″ display. Simply connect your smartphone to the cube, and you’re able to view Netflix, YouTube videos, games, pictures and more right on a nearby wall. Its size and weight make it perfect for travel, and it’s also great for presentations as well. It’s also great at home if you don’t want to tethered to the living room for your TV watching. And, it’s surprisingly bright for its size.

Do yourself a favor and throw your basic $4 universal remote in the garbage can — that’s not a man-approved remote control, sorry. And, let’s face it, you lose it all too often anyway. One cool gadget you need in your life is a Logitech Harmony Home Control, a universal smart remote and base that allows you to use your smartphone as a remote as well. The device not only works with the majority of your entertainment devices, but also your home automation devices like Philips Hue or Nest Learning Thermostat (so you can lower the lights or change the temperature without even leaving your seat). The Logitech Harmony Home control works with over 270,000 devices, including TVs, satellite and cable boxes, blu-ray players, Apple TV, Roku, Sonos, Xbox, Philips Hue and more. So if you want to control the world around you without having to get up, pick up the Logitech Harmony Home Control — you’ll feel like a wizard!

Stay Warm This Winter… Anyone looking for convenient, high-tech household products are sure to love these novelty slippers. Give the gift or warmth this winter, and maybe even treat yourself to toasty tootsies with these instantly-warm slippers. You wonder how…

Amazingly, this nifty little speaker is able to deliver rather impressive sound and quality levels through its relatively small and compact size. It is battery operated, meaning that it can be charged when not used. It’s a great addition to any traveling kit or any setting that involves a lot of cordless and wireless technology. It also works well with the vast majority of smartphones, gadgets, and handhelds. Plus, it even emotes voice alerts/prompts when Bluetooth is pairing up or looking for connections.

I’m in tourist central New York, and I see a ton of visitors toting Fujifilm Instax cameras. But I don’t think I’ve ever seen one of the Polaroid Snap models in the wild. That might change with this charmingly designed instant camera that doesn’t discard digital conveniences.

Batteries aren’t included or even necessary here. That’s because Razer’s new wireless gaming mouse pulls its power directly from its mousepad. So the new Mamba is a few ounces lighter than its predecessors, but it still has Chroma accent lights that you can control from your PC.

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 video presents a list of the 10 Kickstarter Projects that are the coolest and most funded projects at the moment (March, 2018). This is a two part video, and the second part should be released…

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.

During the second world war, devices like this one helped agents remove letters from their envelopes without opening the seals. After inserting the device into the unsealed gap at the top of an envelope flap, an agent could wind the letter around the pincers and remove it from the envelope without leaving a tear in the paper.

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…

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.

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