Light is back with a new twist on its anti-smartphone phone. But this time, instead of doing just one thing, the Light Phone 2 does a few, and exists somewhere between the original Light and your over
Don’t be surprised if you start seeing more and more electronics that can by synced to smart home devices, like the Amazon Echo. The fact is, it’s just easier to connect all your gear to a single hub. With the Echo, you can do everything from turning your lights on and off to ordering pizza or ride services, like Uber. In fact, it can even report the news to you in real time.
To gather a list of what is truly necessary for the modern man, we pulled our collective resources — Gear Patrol co-founder Eric Yang, staff writers, contributors and steadfast friends like Jeff Carvalho, partner and executive editor at Highsnobiety. We asked them to limit their choices to 20 essentials — those pieces that truly make a substantive improvement in everyday life. The resultant list is full of globetrotting gadgets like power banks and compact cameras, as well as more stable fixtures for the home, such as 4K TVs and home speakers; no matter which of the bunch calls to you, there’s something sure to make your life better.
Designed to bring out your inner nerd, our range of gadgets and gizmos is perfect for those who love the weird and wonderful! Featuring everything from iPads and iPods, to the popular Smartphone Projector and Coffee Machines, this range will surprise and delight.
There are many scenarios where the standard power supply will not cut it. For these cases, we often need a power supply unit which allows us to regulate and fine-tune the supply while at the same time keeping us safe from power surges and giving us time to react in case of a blackout. This is exactly what this power supply does, with its intuitive and easy-to use interface, it lets us adjust the power levels that it delivers until we get the values that we need. Yet, at the same time, it protects projects from electrical malfunctions.
Electronic gadgets will sometimes come with confusing technical specifications… and you may need to understand these to be able to compare similar gadget products. Here are some common ones you will find in our gadgets category that will help you when shopping for the best electronics gadgets:
Razor, renowned maker of scooters, has developed yet another way to test the patience of parents. The company’s new Turbo Jetts motorized heel wheels go up to 10 mph. The removable battery, which will give you 2 to 4 hours of peace while it charges, delivers about 30 minutes of motorized wheel time. The device can be adjusted to fit both kids (size 12 and up) and, when the inevitable “time out” is served, adults (up to adult size 12).
A Folding Bicycling For Ultimate Portability If you rely on your bike to get to work, school, or around town then you know how important it is to keep your bike safe. When you leave it outside, there is always a chance that it could get stolen even if it is locked up….
This minimalist 360-degree wireless speaker looks like a space capsule, has proximity sensors that can identify where you’re standing (and therefore whether you’re swiping/rotating left or right), can broadcast high-quality sound in every direction and is able to connect with other BeoSound speakers for the ultimate multi-room sound system. Compatible with Spotify, Chromecast, Airplay and Bluetooth – what’s not to love?
This EEG headset from Belgian research center Imec can assess your emotional state based on signals from the front of your brain. There are therapeutic applications, sure, but it also has the potential to improve your memory when you’re learning, match music to your mood or even adjust your emotions by changing your music.
Earlier this morning Samsung’s Galaxy S9’s camera was awarded the highest-yet score from DxOMark, and now its screen gets the best-of-all-time nod from DisplayMate and display wonk Ray Soneira. The ma
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.
Don’t you just hate having to listen to your favorite tunes with so much noise in the background? You’d most likely lock yourself up in your room with all the doors and windows closed if you are to enjoy soulful music. With the QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones from Bose, there clearly is no need to do such drastic measures as this pair of headphones comes with exceptional noise canceling technology. What this means is that you get to enjoy all the different notes of your music without the annoying interference of noise. Plus, you get to connect to your devices easily.
You might have seen this puppy being demonstrated on some hapless watermelons (above). How it works is simple: the handle contains a cartridge of pressurized carbon dioxide, and a special trigger vents it through a channel in the blade. When you stab something with it—like, say, a shark —and release the gas, it causes an internal explosion, massively damaging the target. Needless to say, this is gross but impressive.
Best Camera Phones under Rs.10,000A good camera is one of the biggest selling points of any smartphone these days. While most flagship smartphones offer good camera experience, it’s not always easy to find a good budget camera phone. However, there are some in the affordable segment that get good marks for their camera. Here we have compiled a list of eight such smartphones. All priced under Rs 10,000, they offer value for money when it comes to camera performance.
The first 8K (7,680×4,320-pixel) display, this 32-inch monitor crams in enough resolution to retouch the hairs off a model’s face and nudge your pixels precisely in Adobe Illustrator. It doesn’t match that by covering the entire Rec 2020 color space — it’s only 10-bit color, not 12-bit — and it’s not clear whether it stores the color profiles in hardware or not, but you can’t expect everything at once. For $5,000, though, Dell should throw in the calibrator for free.