The Mission E Cross Turismo from Porsche is yet another wild ride unveiled this week at the Geneva Motor Show. This all-new model is all electric and all-terrain. It boasts a range of up to 300 miles and produces 600 horsepower. In just 15 minutes, it can be charged back up enough for another 250 miles. All that & it still actually looks (and reportedly drives) like a Porsche.
Nanoleaf has unveiled a new square-shaped variation of its light panels. Now you can turn the panels on and off, dim them up and down, or change their color just by tapping on them. Yes, of course, there’s also a music sync microphone and motion sensor capable of lighting the panels up whenever you walk by.
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.
It is the best fitness watch to come out of Garmin, and the company has made a lot. The watch has all features you need in a fitness gadget, including GPS tracking, sleep tracking and heart rate monitoring. What’s more, it comes with an attractive colour display that you’d usually pay a premium for.
It looks and writes just the same as an ordinary ballpoint pen, making it inconspicuous and unobtrusive. Portable and practical,the Voice Recorder can be taken anywhere to record audio from meetings, …
The Action: For the adventuresome type, the GoPro Hero5 is a tried-and-true action camera that will keep up with you at every step. It’s small enough to come along whether you’re jumping from a plane or scaling a mountain and it still captures 4k video and 12 megapixel photos. It’s also waterproof to 33 feet without additional housing.
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.
LG kicked things off on Sunday with a TV from the realm of science fiction — a 65-inch 4K OLED display that rolls into a tube, like an upside down window shade. Imagine it at the foot of your four-poster bed or the end of your luxury bath. We can dream that this futuristic boob tube will hit the market soon, but LG hasn’t announced pricing or availability, let alone an explanation of how the thing actually works.
This is one of the newest trends in fitness and bodybuilding but also one of the strongest, because this watch allows you to do something that very few other devices can – it tracks your heart rate and the level and intensity of your workout in addition to calculating how many calories are being burned simply by wearing it on your wrist. It is very simple to use, it acts like a simple smartphone, it is easy to recharge on its docking station and it evokes a design that goes well with any look – casual or professional.
“A doorbell? On the tech gift list? What kind of a present is that?” Ah, but it’s much more than just a doorbell. Ring’s Video Doorbell Pro is also an HD, night vision-equipped monitoring device. Get an alert when someone presses the button or comes into the field of view, hold a conversation with two-way communication, and leave your home safe in the knowledge that all footage of visitors will be recorded to the cloud for review.
Wheel is a record player in minimalist form. All of the necessary technology, including the modified Audio Technica AT95E cartridge, sits below the record and the only protrusion is the centre-stick that controls on/off, pause/play and volume. The Wheel, which can connect wirelessly to speakers just as easily as plugging into an amp or headphones, can be positioned to play vinyl horizontally or vertically and the AT95E cartridge offers a rich, warm sound. Available in cherry, walnut and mahogany.
The small design makes it easy to carry. It’s a must-have for any outdoor trips. Whether you’re out camping, hiking or any other outdoor activities the Permanent Match is very helpful for any emergency situations.
Yes, it is true, this is a vinyl record player; however, it also has a bit of a twist. It is fully kitted and completely configured in order to be connected to modern entertainment setups and computers. It even has a small PC port on the back of it, which allows it to be connected directly to a PC via USB. Moreover, it comes with line-in and aux connection capabilities, making it compatible with any form of home theater or media setup that you might have. While all this s going on, it is also able provide top-notch record playing capabilities and actually excels at doing so.
Not everyone has pets to lie on their feet and keep them toasty. So Sleep Number made a bed that knows when you’ve got cold feet and turns heat on at the bottom of the bed. In theory, the mattress changes its Sleep Number settings to compensate for changes in position and while it can’t stop someone snoring, if it senses you are, it raises your head to reduce your volume.
All screen, no problem. The iPhone X is Apple’s luxury evolution of its market-leading mobile. These are the stats: 5.8-inch Super Retina HD display, 12MP wide-angle and telephoto camera, Face ID, Qi wireless charging, 4K video recording… the list goes on. You can expect two hours more battery life than the iPhone 8, and its facial recognition camera is extraordinary. Remember to say 10 (not X) when you ask for it in store.
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 Pocket-sized: While this offering from Anker will only give you about one full phone charge worth (3,350 mAh), the fact that it’s only a little bigger than a tube of chapstick more than makes up the difference. It can also auto-detect your device to offer the fastest charge speed possible up to 1 amp.
This picture isn’t of one super-long screen, it’s three screens next to each other. The bezels are hidden, though, by Asus’ new antibezel kit. It uses lenses to refract the content on the screen edges at a 130-degree angle — essentially using a sort of stealth technology to hide them.