Cleaning the grill is a crappy job. But, for those of us who like to host a barbeque, cleaning the grill is a familiar ritual that follows many a dinner party. It’s a task that takes a lot of elbow grease and, after a few pints, doesn’t get done very thoroughly.
What do you get the man that has everything? The answer: an AI PA. That’s where Temi wheels in. It’s your home’s smart hub, your hands-free video-call system, your video and games console, your personal DJ, your connection away from home, your photographer and more! Temi can recognise you, know your preferences and is constantly learning to optimise itself to your routines.
They’re cool flying machines for sure, but noticeably absent is a competitor for the DJI Mavic Pro, which is arguably the best drone on the market on the moment for most people who want to get serious about flying. Even the company’s tiny—and rather good—Breeze drone doesn’t seem to get an update. Curious.
Skully Technologies launched an ill-fated Indiegogo campaign in 2016, raising nearly $2.5 million in preorders for a motorcycle helmet with AR features, and then folding. Backers of that campaign will soon receive the Fenix AR — a helmet with a rear-view camera that displays a 180-degree view on a transparent display. It supports turn-by-turn navigation and (when connected to a phone via Bluetooth) voice commands, making phone calls and playing music.
Even in our own homes, it’s amazing how many toxins and chemicals (and dust, of course) can be found in the air around us. It’s actually terrifying, so I recommend you don’t Google any of the statistics. With that being said, one of the cool gadgets for men (and women) that we love is this Awair Smart Air Quality Monitor. It analyzes the air quality around you, monitoring things like carbon dioxide, toxic chemicals, and dust, as well as temperature and humidity (although, admittedly, you don’t really need the two latter since those are things you can typically just feel). Still, it hooks up to an app on your smartphone, and will send you alerts when the quality of air changes. It’s like a high-tech carbon dioxide monitor that also does a ton of other monitoring for you. And, it has an LED on the front for a quick snapshot of the air quality around you. Want to impress your friends with a futuristic-looking gadget? The Awair monitor is a great choice.
Apple has managed to knock itself off the top spot for best smartwatch with the excellent Apple Watch 3. It will look very familiar to anyone who has the Apple Watch 2, as it’s basically the same frame with different innards, but those innards make all the difference.
Let’s be honest, what’s worse than slow Wi-Fi? Probably no Wi-Fi. Well, there are probably things worse, but you get the point. If you’re loing to stream movies on or are a gamer (or are an amateur video game player) you need a strong, fast, and reliable wireless router. There’s a ton out there and, let’s face […]
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But if we had to pick the best headphones overall then we’d go for the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless. They’re wireless, which makes them more convenient for portable use, and they’re noise-cancelling for those who want to use them on a noisy commute.
Autonomous cars gather up tons of data about the world around them, but even the best computer vision systems can’t see through brick and mortar. But by carefully monitoring the reflected light of a l
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.
Notion is a home intelligence system that was recently funded on Kickstarter that uses a small, smart, multi-function sensor to detect quite a significant number of things in your home: a water leak, when a door/cabinet opens and closes, temperature and sound. When any of these things are detected, Notion will send a message to your smartphone (works with both iOS and Android). For example, if you place a Notion on your front door, it can tell you if someone knocks, if the door is opened, or if it doesn’t get shut. Its potential uses are incredible. If you put it on, say a liquor cabinet, it can tell you when that cabinet is opened. It also has a temperature sensor and can tel you if your house is getting too hot or too cold when you’re away from home. It isn’t yet available, but it is expected to ship in July.
The $847 Standard Net Gun Package comes with four nets, but it’s not like you’re going to sit down and cram back into their cartridges after you capture somebody, so you might want to order more. Who knows how many times you’ll be able to deploy this puppy?
“PopSockets! They’re these little plastic things you stick on to your phone case, and they pop up and down, which is great to fidget with. It’s really helpful to hold your phone and wrap your earphones around it.” —chartreuseq
These bands for your wrists and ankles use accelerometers and an app to coach you to develop more graceful movement. That’s neat in itself, but their ability to approximate full-body motion makes me think they’d be a great start for a consumer motion-capture system. That’s just how I roll.
Sticking with the theme of gaming, VR is the hot topic of 2016. In fact, CES and GDC were both dominated by VR talk, with PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and Vive leading the way. But our VR of choice is the PlayStation VR, at least for now, simply because of its price point. What you’re getting for the price outshines the other two leading VR headsets, and although it’s slightly less advanced than Oculus or Vive, it’s still an incredibly great experience. Plus, there’s 100 Foot Robot Golf coming after it launches. Sure, you have to buy the PlayStation Camera (if you don’t have one already), but it’s a gaming VR headset made for gamers. If you’re looking to go VR but don’t want to break the bank, the PS VR is a solid choice. You can also check out our list of the best PS4 games of 2016 so far.
This clever espresso maker allows you to have a ballin’ cup of Joe’s pretty much anywhere you can bring a hot container of water. The MiniPresso is able to make espresso pretty much anywhere — it requires no electricity or batteries. All it needs is a bit of arm grease and voilà! With a couple of pumps of the integrated, very intuitive mechanism, you have an amazing cup of espresso.
Apple is the industry leader for creative professionals for a reason. Their products are stylish, technologically sound, and incredibly dependable. Out of the box, the base model comes with 256 gigs available on the hard drive, 8 gigs of memory, and an Intel HD 515 graphics card. Sure, they’re pricey – but you get what you pay for.
Best prices I\’ve seen and super quick delivery. The default language & user manual are in Eastern European so I had to reset the phone and download a manual I can understand. Otherwise great product and service.
Perfecting your golf swing takes years and years of practice, dedication and hard work. But with the Zepp Golf 3D Swing Analyzer, you’ll be closer to perfecting your drives in no-time! If you’re an analytics-driven guy, this little device (and its app) is the perfect gadget for you. It simply attaches to the back of your glove, and it wirelessly sends data to your smartphone. It tracks your swing with various metrics such as club head speed, swing plane, hand path, tempo, backswing position, hip rotation and more. It even pops out a swing score each time so that you can work on your golf game. Then, you can even compare your swing directly to PGA Tour Pros via video. It also works to analyze your baseball swing and other similar motions.
Hauling your luggage around an airport is very 2017. We are now in 2018, however, and this year we finally get a chance to buy a hands-free, autonomous carry-on suitcase that will follow you anywhere at a max speed of 7 mph (11 kph).
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Despite how long it’s been around, haptic technology is still really in its infancy. Tanvas takes it a step towards toddlerhood with touch feedback that gives you a sense of what different materials feel like.
It’s not just a cool-looking voice assistant like the Amazon Echo and countless others. The Pebble’s twist: Melody, your guide, can recognize voices and change its activities based on the individual who’s talking. Plus, it really is an assistant, with the ability to manage your calendar.
Leonardo Da Vinci Catapult Kit… If you love assembling cool things that are fun to play with and challenge your mind, then you’ve likely got a room full of model cars, bottle ships, and intriguing kites you’ve already put together with patient, busy hands. How about…