Like a more compact Range Rover Sport, the new SV Coupe is a 2-door, hence the name, for what is obviously an SUV. Unlike all the luxury hybrids and electrics rolling out in Geneva this week, the SV Coupe is powered by a 5-liter turbocharged V8 and for those select few who might actually dare to venture off the pavement, it features Rover’s Terrain Response 2 multi-mode drive system.
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.
Experiment with the adjustable beard combs to find the right stubble length for you. The trimmer depth ranges from 1mm to 21mm, so there’s a good range from which to choose. Even after a few days of neglecting your face fur, you’ll find the razor moves smoothly across your jawline without pulling on your hair.
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.
Some love their multitool gadgets in the form of a pocket knife. However, for the serious DIYer, nothing can beat the Wingman Multi-Tool from Leatherman. This multi-tool has a pair of pliers as its base tool upon which 13 other different tools are integrated in. The array of tools include a combo knife, spring-action wire cutters, screwdrivers, bottle opener, needle nose pliers, wire stripper, package opener, can opener, and even a 1.5-inch ruler. The Wingman comes with a locking blade mechanism for improved safety while every tool in the package has been expertly designed for seamless one handed operation.
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.
Introducing The DoxieBall Admit it, when you throw wadded up paper at the trash can, you pretend you’re the greatest player the NBA has ever seen. You fist pump the air when you make it, and you look around nervously to make sure no one saw you when you miss. If it…
This video presents a list of the 10 Kickstarter Projects that are the coolest and most funded projects at the moment (March, 2018). This is a two part video, and the second part should be released…
If you’re looking for the perfect mobile accessory for your retro ’90s outfit, the Gemini clamshell is for you. Pure throwback on the outside, but all business on the inside with a 10-core processor, 64GB of storage and 4G, Wi-Fi and connectivity.
Cook Your Food With The Power Of The Sun… A solar oven allows cooks to harness the natural energy of the sun to cook delicious meals almost anywhere. Users will find that the solar oven is a cooking appliance they will want to use at home and away. It is a great…
Flic is an interesting connected home gadget. The button can be placed on a wall or other surfaces and, once pressed, can be programmed for a variety of purposes. One click, two, three, or hold — each one can be selected to do anything from sending a text to someone, dim your smart lights, turn the music up, and more.
The Splashproof: If you need something that you’re absolutely sure can stand up to your active lifestyle, this is it. It’s small, has a playtime of up to 10 hours, and is more water resistant than most other tech out there. Seriously, you can take it out in the rain and it will continue to function just fine.
The 2-in-1 Bucket Wheel Excavator set (42055) is one of the largest LEGO Technic sets ever. Load the mining truck using the power functions including rotating bucket superstructure, conveyor belts and huge tracks. Rebuilds as a Mobile Aggregate Processing plant. Ready for the challenge? #lego #legotechnic #bucketwheelexcavator #legostagram #legolove #legolife #yuppiegadgets #shoponline #notfortheboring #areyouupforthechallenge
I’m in tourist central New York, and I see a ton of visitors toting Fujifilm Instax cameras. But I don’t think I’ve ever seen one of the Polaroid Snap models in the wild. That might change with this charmingly designed instant camera that doesn’t discard digital conveniences.
Are you like most folks who simply don’t know how to make a correct estimation of your car’s tire pressure? If so, then make sure you have the Lantoo Digital Tire Pressure Gauge to help you establish a more accurate reading of your car’s tire pressure. The good news is that the Lantoo is actually a multitool gadget that can also serve as a LED flashlight, a red safety light, a seatbelt cutter, and a car window breaker for emergency purposes. The Lantoo Digital Tire Pressure Gauge can register pressure readings of up to 150 PSI in increments of 0.5 PSI.
Facial recognition, built-in assistant, 4K sensor, HD recording, cloud storage. It sure sounds like it should be a phone, but that’s actually the highlight reel for the indoor Nest Cam IQ. It’s a sophisticated security camera that will feature Google Assistant and, not only could it help catch high-quality footage of intruders, it’s perfect for a whole range of other things: watch the kids, film and share, create time lapses, keep an eye out for friends/family about your home, or simply to use Google Assistant. As Nest so aptly puts it at the bottom of its site, “PS It’s beautiful.”
You can start ditching your old TV remote control in favor of the Amazon Fire TV Stick. And if you already have a variety of smart appliances at home, all the more that you’ll need the Fire TV Stick. This Alexa-enabled voice remote controller allows you to enjoy powerful streaming from hundreds of your favorite streaming platforms, giving you access to thousands of shows, presentations, apps, and even games. And with Alexa at the helm of the Fire TV Stick, there’s no need for pressing any buttons as your voice is all that Alexa will need to manage your experience.
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.
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.
Ever lay in bed at night with your tablet binge-watching your backlog of shows and movies on Netflix and realize just how uncomfortable it is to have to hold the tablet while you watch? You need a tablet wall mount, and the easiest one to set up is the Koala Tablet Wall Mount Dock by Dockem. It works with virtually all tablets — both iOS and Android devices — and is easily set up in seconds. There are no screws or holes required, as it simply uses damage-free 3M Command adhesive strips for mounting, allowing you to mount it virtually anywhere in your home. Whether you need your tablet in the bedroom, garage, bathroom or kitchen, the Koala Tablet Wall Mount Dock can be placed anywhere. And, it’s cheap enough so that it makes a great gift for her on a budget.
Don’t let the looks of this drone fool you – it’s no toy. Not, at least, for children. Rigged with a 20 MP camera, boasting 30 minutes of flight time, and featuring a top speed of around 45 miles per hour, this technological aerial acrobat is an impressive bundle of machinery.
Amazingly, this nifty little speaker is able to deliver rather impressive sound and quality levels through its relatively small and compact size. It is battery operated, meaning that it can be charged when not used. It’s a great addition to any traveling kit or any setting that involves a lot of cordless and wireless technology. It also works well with the vast majority of smartphones, gadgets, and handhelds. Plus, it even emotes voice alerts/prompts when Bluetooth is pairing up or looking for connections.
Don’t laugh if you see a notable survivalist wear a paracord bracelet; he knows something that you clearly don’t. This is especially true if he is wearing the X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelet. These are not just fashionable accessories you wrap around your wrist. These are exceptional pieces of survivalist tools that come with a fire scraper on one end and a compass, a flint fire starter, and a whistle on the other. Do take note that the X-Plore’s fire scraper can actually double as a knife so you can find many potential uses of this end of the paracord bracelet.
This tree stump bug used solar power to function continuously in a wooded area near Moscow during the early 1970s. The bug intercepted communications signals coming from a Soviet air base in the area and them beamed them to a satellite, which then sent the signals to a site in the United States. Solar power meant that no risky battery changes were needed. Nevertheless, the KGB discovered this green bug so the museum’s copy is a replica.
Sony took one of our favorite LCD TVs of 2017 and supersized it. The monstrous 85-inch X900F sticks with its predecessor’s full-array local dimming LED backlight and adds Dolby Vision high dynamic range compatibility.
Welcome to the wonderful world of wireless smartphone charging, where you still kind of need some wires, but you no longer need to plug your phone directly into the wall. It’s just easier. Trust us. With the recent rumors that the next generation iPhone (iPhone 8?) will have wireless charging we’ve decided to round up some […]
If you haven’t caught on by now, I’m a bit of a fan of multi-tools. There’s always some history to why it was made, as the creator likely had a set of specific problems, made the product to fix them, and decided it was useful enough to sell. There are hundreds of thousands of different multi-functional tools out there, but your situation is the deciding factor for which one will fit you the best.
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.
…because when you’re down to the wire you’re going to need a little help. Time to get creative! Ho ho huh? With dozens of people to buy for, there’s always going to be someone who you inadvertently forget. Don’t worry, there’s still some time to place that order on or run to that store. […]
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.
On the TV front, Sony revamped its OLED displays with the Acoustic Surface tech that turns the actual screen into a speaker. The new HT-Z9F Soundbar emulates Dolby Atmos surround sound without the need for satellite speakers.