This monstrous blender will obliterate anything in its path — and that includes ice. Its nine cup capacity means you can make smoothies for the entire family. The powerful 1000 watt motor will turn anything you put into it into mush in a matter of seconds. The lid features a safety mechanism that will stop the blades from spinning until it is fully fastened.
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.
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Drone news at CES so far has been weird. GoPro announced it was done making drones completely after its Karma drone suffered technical issues that hampered sales. DJI introduced some rather awesome looking handheld stabilization systems for cameras and smartphones (called gimbals). And now Yuneec has introduced a trio of new drones that cater to curious pieces of the market.
When walking at night, are you the type of person who waits for their eyes to adjust to the light, or do you prefer to have a flashlight with you? Both feel a bit ominous at times in completely different ways, mainly because we can’t see a full picture of everything that’s in front of us. If you could see it all whether it’s day or night, would you want to?
“It has a knife, bottle opener, scissors, Phillips head, flathead screwdriver, nail file, LED light, and a RETRACTABLE BALLPOINT PEN! All in a ridiculously compact form factor. I’m reasonably sure I’ll never have a set of keys without one of these on it ever again.” —axj66
Sometimes wonder where your tax dollars go? The accompanying image shows off some of the handicraft of the CIA’s Office of Advanced Technologies and Programs – in this case an “Unmanned Underwater Vehicle” fish to study aquatic robot technology. Why they would want to do that is anybody’s guess, but the CIA did come up with a nifty implementation of different technologies – including a communications system in the body and a propulsion system in the fish’s tail. (An operator on land controlled it by a wireless line-of-sight radio handset.)
When you think of a lighter, usually products from Zippo and Bic brands in your mind. Of course, those all use a liquid fuel that either needs to be replenished, or you just have to buy a new lighter. It would be nice if we could just plug our lighter in instead of using butane, but if there’s not enough reason for us to do so, we’ll likely stay with the same ole ball and chain since we’re used to it.
Vinyl has seen a major renaissance in the last few years. In fact, a good number of contemporary artists have begun releasing their records on vinyl again. Perhaps it’s nostalgia, or maybe it really does sound better. In any case, if you want to get in on the experience, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better all-around turntable than the Rega Planar 2. It offers high-fidelity playback, reliable tech, and looks beautiful.
This ultimate all-rounder gadget will make your day-to-day life much, much easier. Amazon’s revolutionary smart assistant allows you to play your favorite music — whether it’s from Amazon, Spotify or Pandora — with a simple voice command from the other side of the room.
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.
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.
Sony’s new ultra-short-throw projector looks like a stylish credenza, with an artificial marble top and half-mirror aluminum frame and wooden shelf. Built into the top, however, is a projector that can create a 120-inch image with 4K resolution. Sony has also integrated organic glass speakers, a subwoofer and three midrange speakers.