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Built to rival Porsche’s Panamera, the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door is not your average family sedan. Case in point: 429 horsepower and a 0 to 60 mph time of 4.4 seconds. And that’s in the “base” model. Available in the U.S. in 2019.

This is exactly what it sounds like: a remote-controlled key finding system that comes with four different colored key chains and one remote control. When failing to find a specific set of keys, or when a family member has lost their set, simply push the button on the remote control that corresponds to that color. A sound will ring out of the respective keychain and all you have to do is follow the sound to the keys. It’s simple, it’s effective, it’s small, it’s comfortable, and it’s perfect for everyone.

With a sleek design, an elegant look, great compatibility, and clear sound features along with a powerful and clear microphone, this headset is able to take personal and multiplayer gaming to the next level. By default, this is compatible with any and all 3.5 mm audio jack connectors, making it great for both PC and console gaming; however, it still manages to bring an adapter and extender to the table. Furthermore, it can connect to older TV sets and even media stations. It is also very comfortable to wear, which makes it easy to spend hours of gaming, watching videos, or listening to music without feeling any strain on your ears.

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.

We all love your smart phones! So why not improve on your dear devices with some awesome gadgets? In this video, there are gadgets for all type of users, and they are guaranteed to improve your exp…

Best Phones under Rs.15,000Looking for a smartphone in sub-Rs 15,000 range? It’s surely not easy to pick one with loads of offering across the price bracket. We have picked 10 smartphones for you that you can consider. While some in the list boasts of powerful battery, others come with Google’s Android Nougat out-of-the-box. There are also one that selfie lovers can pick. So, go by what you are looking at — all round performance, value for money, top-end OS or more …. Also, the smartphones listed below are in random order and have not been ranked in any particular order. Here’s over to top smartphones under Rs 15,000

Don’t laugh if you see a notable survivalist wear a paracord bracelet; he knows something that you clearly don’t. This is especially true if he is wearing the X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelet. These are not just fashionable accessories you wrap around your wrist. These are exceptional pieces of survivalist tools that come with a fire scraper on one end and a compass, a flint fire starter, and a whistle on the other. Do take note that the X-Plore’s fire scraper can actually double as a knife so you can find many potential uses of this end of the paracord bracelet.

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Price: $45.00 Hopefully you all have noticed the theme of gadgets and products that we’re featuring for the next few weeks. It’s our month of ergonomic products that make your office and home a little more friendly to our posture. We could dive into the various studies around how important it is to have…

The DSLR: If you want a more professional edge, this might be the camera for you. With 30.4 megapixels captured in every shot and a speed of up to 7 pictures per second, this killer DSLR camera can capture images in a wide variety of lighting environments. It also features an LCD touchscreen monitor and can capture 4k video – as well as take 8.8 megapixel screen captures of that video.

Price: $500 – $1,600 (depending on customization options) We’ve got some issues America. No, we’re not trying to tell you that this desk will make America great again but we do think that anybody that sits at a desk regularly should know about it. The awesome people over at UPLIFT Desk sent us a free…

There is a huge range of gizmo gadgets with plenty of gifts for geeks and toys for kids. One such example is the flying toys which are one of the hottest gadgets in 2017. These come in all sizes from a palm size mini drone that fit in your hand to bigger quad-copters carrying 4K cameras, such as the DJI Phantom. These are able to capture stunning aerial photography. Many of these can synced to your smartphone or iPad and offer immense FVP photography. If drones don’t take your fancy then toy smart robots could be just the ticket. These cool cheap gadgets provide hours of entertainment and make an ideal gift for boys.

OK, I admit it — I’m partial to pretty colors. This bright hanging lamp sends regular light downward, but it sends colorful illumination upwards, which you can interactively control via an app. It belongs in a room with Razer’s Project Ariana.

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Well, the tech world is rife with choice paralysis. For every phone, TV or tablet there’s a mind-boggling amount of options, which can make the process of buying a new piece of tech far less enjoyable than it should be.

Brighten the day of your favorite geek in your life with a subscription to Loot Crate. Loot Crate offers monthly, customized boxes shipped directly to you in a theme of your choice — anything goes, from gaming to DC comics. Past crates have included boxes centered around the Walking Dead, Deadpool and the Fallout video game franchise.

You likely lose your wallet, smartphone, keys and/or remote control frequently. Losing things is normal. But instead of dealing with the frustrations of losing these items, there’s a better way to cope: the TrackR StickR. Where are the keys? Where did you put your wallet? Where is your phone? Trackr solves that problem. It is a quarter-sized device that can be fastened to any item, and then users are able to use the companion app to find whatever the device is attached to. When you lose your wallet, you simply pull up the app on your smartphone and you can make the StickR beep. You can also set up the app to alert you when you venture too far from it, and can use the TrackR StickR to also find your phone, even if it is on silent. It works with both iOS and Android. I have one attached to my remote control so I never have to worry about losing it.

Hisense’s $10,000 laser TV rig combines a short-throw projector with a 100-inch screen designed to reject ambient light. The projector itself has built-in speakers and Hisense includes a wireless subwoofer, too. Frickin’ lasers!

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.

Google Glass is gone. Into the void steps Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant, hitching a ride aboard the Vuzix Blade smart glasses. Vuzix has embedded a camera, microphone and side-mounted touchpad in this chunky but pretty normal-looking pair of sunglasses, which takes phone calls and puts Alexa’s giant brain between your ears. 

We have an entire collection of electronic gadgets and personalised gift ideas for every kind of man. From RC drones and virtual reality headsets for the big kids, or record players for those who like to remember the way things were. And if all this talk about gadgets is sending you in to a technology tailspin, we even have a range of home massagers to help you relax.

There are absolutely better-sounding, better-looking and better noise-cancelling headphones out there, but none of them do everything better than the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless, which makes them the best overall pair of headphones around right now. 

Moen isn’t the only one trying to change the shower game. French company Smart and Blue showed its Hydrao range of showerheads at CES. They’re kitted out with LED lights that change color, from green to blue to purple to red, based on how long you’ve been showering. The aim here is to cut unnecessarily long showers short, saving you money on utility bills in the process. And you can turn it on without getting out of bed.

Bose is one of our favorites in the speaker space for music and home systems.  Did you ever notice that the sound coming out of a Bose speaker is typically dramatically different compared to other brands?  The first time we came in contact with Bose was in our 2007 Acura CL.  #LifeChanging.  Ever since […]

The Bluetooth headphone that could finally get audiophiles to cut the cord. Beyerdynamic’s Amiron wireless headphone is articulate, with excellent clarity and bass definition, and superior to the company’s on-ear Aventho Wireless — a great Bluetooth headphone in its own right.

Segway has definitely made a name for itself over time, having popularized the idea of a personal transportation device that has since caught the imagination of many. This time around, Segway Robotics has launched an Indiegogo campaign for Loomo, which is the first mobile robot sidekick in the whole world. Sounds pretty cool, right? Well, the Loomo is actually a smart machine that toggles functions between a mini personal transporter and mobile robot sidekick, and it is now up for pre-order on Indiegogo. There is a limited early bird pricing that will begin from $1,299, which means you will not be able to get it any cheaper in the future.

In the 1950s, the CIA had its own semi-submersible. It couldn’t travel very far and needed to be hauled around by a larger mother vessel, but its relatively small size allowed the spy sub to operate undetected in areas that would have proved impossible for larger ships.

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