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).
Moleskine, to the uninitiated, makes notebooks and stationery popular with artistes, travelers, and folks who jot down poetry in between sips of chai latte in some delicate cafe in Kreuzberg. They are
HTC is upping its virtual reality game. The new Vive Pro will offer enhanced resolution, integrated headphones and, perhaps most important, a new wireless adaptor that will let you finally roam virtual worlds untethered.
Introducing the Cocoon Tree… Are you looking for a different kind of camping experience? Check out Cocoon trees, are kind of a wannabe tent. Actually, they are more than tents. They are private spaces where kids’ fantasies come true and where adventures become…
The Apple Watch Series 3 is waterproof, has GPS capabilities, and looks good on the wrist. The real question is whether another company is going to be able to take the top spot off Apple, or if this space is going to stay the same until the Apple Watch 4 comes out.
The Tough: Let’s say your travels take you over the river and through the woods, but you still need some way to safely transport your files. Well, this 1 terabyte external hard drive features a tough exterior that is waterproof, dust proof, and shockproof on a military-grade level. It can even encrypt your files if you are moving sensitive materials.
Don’t you wish you had a more graphical way of understanding whether your muscle building efforts are bearing fruit or not? Thankfully, there is now. The Skulpt Scanner is the world’s first and perhaps only device to date that’s fully capable of measuring the quality of muscle tissues in the human body. Unfortunately, developers have yet to include every single muscle of the human body in the Skulpt database. Nevertheless, the device can now accurately paint a picture of the status of the 24 different groups of muscles in the body. This allows you to understand which muscle groups need some work out.
Chicago-based startup Ovie Smarterware is developing food tracking tech. After you tell Amazon’s voice assistant technology what you’re putting in your fridge, it’ll track how many days it can stay fresh.
Fancy serving your loved one a hearty breakfast that’s perfect for the royalty? Instead of toiling on different kitchen utensils and cookware, you may want to use the Hamilton Beach 25490A Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker instead. Just imagine being able to toast your buns while also cooking some delicious salami or ham before topping it with perfectly fried sunny side ups, fresh tomatoes, onions, lettuce, and finishing it off with piping hot, crispy half-buns. Not only are you able to cook and assemble all of these in just one device, you also get to make two of these hearty sandwiches at the same time.
Is it a watch? Is it an activity monitor? Is it a smartwatch? In fact, the Nokia Steel HR is all of those things. This all-singing, all-dancing, all-tracking hybrid watch that mixes analogue styling with digital health monitoring. It comes with continuous heart-rate monitoring, automatic activity tracking, smartphone notifications, a Heath Mate app to analyse your data, plus wellness programmes to improve your well-being, but it looks like a smart, sleek French-design timepiece. It also has a best-in-class rechargeable battery that will keep the time and the technology running for up to 25 days.
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.