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.
Pruning your facial hair is quick and easy with a Braun grooming kit. The pack comes with a range of heads for shaving different parts of your face (there’s even a nose hair trimmer). You also get a Gillette Fuzion razor in case you want to return to a clean-shaven look.
On the TV front, Sony revamped its OLED displays with the Acoustic Surface tech that turns the actual screen into a speaker. The new HT-Z9F Soundbar emulates Dolby Atmos surround sound without the need for satellite speakers.
From 4k to Ultra High definition, TVs keep getting better and better. And if you are in the market for a new one it is definitely worth the money spend a little extra for a 4k UHD Smart TV. The quality is insane and the built in wifi will change the way you watch […]
Skully Technologies launched an ill-fated Indiegogo campaign in 2016, raising nearly $2.5 million in preorders for a motorcycle helmet with AR features, and then folding. Backers of that campaign will soon receive the Fenix AR — a helmet with a rear-view camera that displays a 180-degree view on a transparent display. It supports turn-by-turn navigation and (when connected to a phone via Bluetooth) voice commands, making phone calls and playing music.
Microsoft just announced a brand-new ultimate laptop that’s going to be five times faster (than the original), have a battery life of 17 hours and feature the now ubiquitous USB-C. The smallest Surface Book 2 comes in at a comfortable 13 inches, with a 2.6GHz dual-core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory. Not bad considering it transforms into a tablet too. There are a range of other variations at various prices – the most impressive is the 1.9GHz quad-core i7 processor with 16GB Ram, 1TB of internal memory and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card.
Type: DSLR | Sensor size: Full-frame CMOS | Resolution: 45.4MP | Lens: Nikon F mount | Viewfinder: Optical | Screen type: 3.2-inch tilting touchscreen, 2,359,000 dots | Maximum continuous shooting speed: 7fps | Movies: 4K | User level: Intermediate/expert
Sometimes you’re not going to be able to stab a target with a knife that makes their guts explode. When you have to take somebody alive, do it in style with a gun that shoots nets. The Net Gun air-charged capture tool uses compressed air to launch a 52-square-foot nylon net that is almost impossible to rip with bare hands. The gun blasts from a range of 50 feet, meaning with a clear shot you can easily take down a fleeing suspect or pizza delivery guy.
If you have the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy Note 5 or even higher versions of the smartphone, you can say goodbye to cumbersome wired charging and say hello to a revolutionary new way of powering up your high end Samsung and LG devices. The Pleson PLS-WR-C400 is a splendid piece of charging equipment that employs dual charging coils that effectively powers up your devices up to 1.4 times faster than conventional charging. The Pleson features a safety temperature control technology which helps protect the integrity of your device’s temperature-sensitive circuitry. The design is also made especially for non-obstructive charging.
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Have you ever had a clogged pipe or needed to get a look into any other tiny space that you can’t see into properly? You can whip out a flashlight and try to form a clearer picture of what’s going on, but if it’s out of sight or too small to see, you can’t react appropriately to correct any issues. This applies to a great number of things such as pipes, vents, car problems, home care, and more.
The Ultimate Rubber Band Shooter Did you use to shoot rubber bands off your finger back in grade school? Are you and your office mates in a full out office war and you need the best come back? Then you are going to want this rubber band machine gun from XYZbot. It is…
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 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.
We live in a time of input overload. The Sky box, your Blu-ray player, the new Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV, streaming off your laptop or Chromecast from your mobile. Caavo fixes the confusion, configuring your eight most-used devices in one universal hub. It streamlines navigation, already works with Alexa (Siri and Google are coming) and doesn’t try to compete for your attention.
This streaming device allows you to stream thousands of channels in up to 4K — four times the resolution of Full HD. You can search using voice commands and at night, if you don’t want to wake your significant other, take advantage of the headphone jack on the remote control for movie nights. Did we mention it supports Netflix as well? Well, that’s a given at this point.