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.
Price: $49.95 E-Sports are becoming more and more popular. For some of us, the idea of sitting in some kind of arena and being a spectator to gamers playing in a multi-player video game is very new (and kind of crazy sounding). But we’ve continued to see major sponsors come running into the space…
The Patrol was specially designed for the Private Investigator & Law Enforcement Agent to support them during covert surveillance. The powerful long-life battery and compact “all-in-one” design makes the Patrol easy to hide and track-able in real-time for up to 10 days.
Nostalgia and modern design collide with an, erm, pop for Polaroid’s latest camera, a quirky 20MP handheld device that prints three by four inch full-colour snaps with Zero Ink technology and has Micro SD storage up to 128GB. It features a four-inch LCD touchscreen, wi-fi, Bluetooth, 1080p video recording, edit functions and GIF capability – all in time for Polaroid’s 80th anniversary.
Kino-mo’s Hypervsn Wall is getting a lot of attention here in Las Vegas. Made up of multiple propeller-looking modules adorned with programmable LEDs, the Wall creates holographic images up to 3 meters in size.
Dimensions: 29.5 x 32.7 x 5.5 cm (W x L x H) | GPU: 4.20 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon™ based graphics engine | RAM: 8 GB of GDDR5, 1 GB DDR3 | Communication: USB 3.1, HDMI 2.0a, Ethernet, Optical Audio and PlayStation Camera ports, Dual-band 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0 | Max Resolution: 3840 × 2160 | Maximum controllers: 4 | Storage: 1TB
Our love affair with Hisense continues because it continues to bring us great-quality products at competitive prices. There’s the sophisticated brushed-metal finish, minimal bezel and thin frame. There’s also the screen’s Ultra LED backlight, which goes beyond 4K HDR to deliver a staggering range of colours and contrasts. Plus, it’s available in multiple sizes up to a cinema-level 75″.
This unassuming speaker packs quite a punch. It delivers massive sound and can fill a room or a pool party with, thumping bass. It’s splash resistant, shockproof, and can even be hooked up to an echo dot for hands-free voice control, courtesy of Alexa. It comes in a variety of colors and will look really good virtually anywhere you end up putting it. You can even pair it up with another UE speaker via the companion smartphone app.
Boys and their toys, eh? Buying gadgets for men is a sure-fire way to keep them happily occupied for hours. What counts as a gadget, exactly? Well it’s basically anything that ‘does something’ – usually a product you didn’t know you needed but subsequently can’t live without. They’re entertaining and fascinating and are guaranteed to absorb the recipient as they get to grips with their new bit of tech.
All of LG’s OLED televisions include exactly the same panel, which means that although the C7 is a fraction of the price of the flagship W7, it still looks stunning. The reason for the lower price is in the sound quality, but we think the C7’s audio strikes a good balance between price and performance.
An improvement on the already very strong PS4, the PS4 Pro supports 4K and HDR technologies; plus with advances in frame rate due to beefed-up processing speeds, gaming will look cleaner, crisper and smoother.
A new Samsung C-Lab project called S-Ray lets you to listen to your devices without disturbing others by beaming sound straight into your ears. The company says the technology could be used with a number of different devices including a Bluetooth speaker, a phone cover and a personal neckband. Though the prototype’s audio quality wasn’t stellar, it was impressive to hear music — without headphones — over the tremendous din of Las Vegas.
The iPhone is the most popular phone in the United States for a reason: it works both simply and reliably. And the most recent release, the 7, doesn’t buck that trend at all. It still features superb and easy-to-use tech, looks very good, and outperforms the competition comprehensively.
With all of our devices, it’s really important to stay organized – especially if you are a professional on the go. The Amatory storage bag does just that. It keeps your devices and cables in separate pockets so that you can find them easily. You no longer have to sort through the bottom on your carry on for cables, devices, and chargers. In fact, it might even feel odd being so organized. But, it will also feel quite refreshing.
Samsung’s newest smart refrigerator recommends recipes based on your family’s food preferences, allergies and, thanks to the integrated cameras, the ingredients you have on hand. And the new Deals app saves sale-priced groceries to your shopping list.
This is a more modern and more compact adaptation of the arcade game machines of old; however this time, instead of requiring as much room as a file cabinet, it can neatly sit on desk or coffee table. It features 200 of the most popular arcade games of all time. It also has the same intuitive and simple controls that arcade machines of the time used to have and can provide countless hours of entertainment. It is just like going to an old-time arcade.
Kohler’s new bathtub supports voice commands for water temperature and fill level, or tweaking via the company’s new Konnect app. And, of course, you can always adjust the tub’s hydrotherapy and vibracoustic soundwave settings.
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 Rienar Portable Spider is the Grip Holder for everyone. Working in the shop, or out on a bike, the man in your life will love this. That’s because, with its adjustable arms, it can fit not only most locations you want to attach it to but it also grips cameras, phones, or even e-readers. That means devices don’t need to sit in dirt, liquid, or grime any longer. Plus, with a metal inside and rubber on the outside, your electronics with stay safe and scratch free.
Designed by Ed Hoy in Abingdon, Virginia, CRKT’s Snap Lock knife won the Most Innovative Knife Award at the 2004 Blade Show. Now more than a decade later, it returns in an updated design. The unique snap-lock mechanism is still every bit as interesting and makes this 6.5” EDC folding knife as fun as it is functional.
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.
This handsome pocket size tracking device tracks anyone or any object in real time. Put the unit in any vehicle, purse, briefcase etc. Call it via your your mobile phone, it will send you a link, click on the link and view their location on a map. Can be used to protect your child, elderly, vehicle or any of your valuable belongings. Works world wide. Just simply install a local sim card which you can get from your local cell phone service provider or a prepaid sim card will do. Slide in the sim card and just call the number just as if you are calling a normal mobile phone Use it to track your spouse, your employee, use it as a child locator, find your vehicle in case of car theft.
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.
OS: watchOS 4 | Compatibility: iOS | Display: 1.53″ OLED | Processor: S2 dual-core | Band sizes: Varies drastically per watch size | Onboard storage: 8GB / 16GB (Non-LTE and LTE respectively) | Battery: 18 hours | Charging method: Wireless | IP rating: IPX7 | Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC
Why not surprise the gadget geek in your life with some virtual reality toys, a 3D printing pen or a remote control drone, car or helicopter? Or if you’re looking for something a little more practical, why not try out our Bluetooth wireless headphone hat, world plug adaptor or mobile phone fan? Qwerkity has a huge range of gadgets available that you won’t find anywhere else – some of which you’ll be shocked you didn’t even know existed!
Weight: 155g | Dimensions: 148.9 x 68.1 x 8mm | OS: Android 7 | Screen size: 5.8-inch | Resolution: 1440 x 2960 | CPU: Exynos 8895 | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB | Battery: 3000mAh | Rear camera: 12MP | Front camera: 8MP
The coolest thing about the 2-Pack Flying Bal Helicopter Light up LED RC Drone is that you can show off to your friends that you can keep it in the air, just by using your hand. That’s right: the drone will lift off and land from the same spot. With four strong blades circling to keep it in the air, the machine is perfect for indoor or outdoor games and shuts off if it is involved in a collision. It also comes with a USB, but the power options are on the ball itself. The only problem you will have with this toy is how many competitions the boys are going to have.
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.
…because we’re all in need of gift ideas this holiday season. How is it already that time of year? It doesn’t always have to only be ties and gs for the holidays so browse our picks and gather some great Christmas gift ideas for all the great men in your life. If you have a husband, brother, […]
In the previous century, technology we may find quaint today was invaluable for covert operations. The broadest collection of these gadgets can be found at The International Spy Museum, one of a few spy museums in the world. The Central Intelligence Agency also has a museum in Langley, but it can only be visited with an invitation. There is, however, a virtual tour.
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.
Yeah, we’re still obsessed with all things Beats. And, well, we can’t thank Dre enough. Clearly we weren’t the only ones who d Beats, as you may recall a tiny little company named “Apple” purchased them for upwards of $3 Billion in 2014. Yes that is Oprah money. With everything basically wireless these days, especially after Apple released […]
Have you ever cursed the hotel room you were staying during one of your travels because it only had a set of electrical outlet to plug a multitude of your devices in? Well, if you took the Bestten Smart Power Strip Tower Surge Protector, we can guarantee all of your problems would have been solved. This tower of power provides you with 6 electrical outlets plus 4 USB charging ports. This essentially means you can power up 10 of your devices all at the same time. With its 6-foot cord you can easily plug into any existing electrical outlet and extend its power-giving capabilities.
Endless gets its cool cred in part from its intentions. The Endless computers are small, cheap and optimized for areas where internet access is unpredictable. This year’s models have a more sophisticated design than its Mini plastic ball. Though they don’t run a standard operation system, they come piled with applications. Plus, the systems will also work with its Endless Code initiative, a preinstalled package of tutorials and tools for teenage-level prospective coders.