Moto Z: Swappable Phone Features

If you’ve ever wished your phone had more memory, a massive zoom lens, beefier battery life, or improved speakers, the Moto Z makes it possible—all without having to buy a new phone. Any of five accessories, called MotoMods, magnetically attach to the back of the Android handset. The phone’s 0.2-inch-thick design manages to keep heft down—even when it has a Pico projector modded to its back. $624 (mods from $60)


Acer Switch Alpha 12: Liquid-Cooled Laptop

Many ultrathin laptops pack a punch but have no room for fans, leading to overheating. So Acer turned to liquid cooling in the Switch Alpha 12, a laptop-tablet hybrid with Intel’s latest processors. As the system heats, so does coolant moving through a circular pipe; as the liquid condenses, the CPU cools down. In tests, the underside of the computer remained a comfortable 85 degrees after 30 minutes of video playback. $600



Jibo: An A.I. Bot for the Countertop

Query-answering virtual assistants are nothing new. (Right, Siri and Alexa?) But an A.I. that can recognize who’s talking, swivel in response, and emote with humanlike features is rare. Add on top of this the ability to take messages, video chat, shoot family photos, and serve up calendar reminders, and you have Jibo. A developers’ kit allows third parties to create skills for the foot-tall device. Welcome to the era of the social robot. $749


Pebble Core: Apps On Your Keychain

When dashing out the door for a quick run or to grab some eggs, the Pebble Core, announced in May and launching in January, lets you leave your phone behind. Equipped with cellular, GPS, 4 gigs of storage, and the ability to play Spotify songs stored on the device, the 1.5-inch dongle keeps the essentials in tow. Fire up Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant to hear the weather, get a news briefing, or to summon an Uber or Lyft to whisk you away. $99


Samsung Gear Icon X: In-Ear MP3 Player

Samsung’s wireless, heart-monitoring fitness earbuds are a completely self-contained music system. Four gigabytes of onboard storage hold your workout playlist—go for a run without your smartphone. $200


Eora 3D : Portable 3D Scanning

DIYers looking to copy parts have had a tough choice: Buy an expensive industrial scanner or settle for a low-res scan of stitched-together photos. The Eora 3D is a quality, compact scanner that connects a phone via Bluetooth. The soda-can-size device uses a laser to capture 8 million depth readings, while the phone’s camera takes over 1,000 images. Eora 3D’s app merges both into formats compatible with CAD software and 3D printers. $319


Securifi Almond 3: Wi-Fi For Huge Houses

Most wireless routers struggle to deliver consistent, fast Wi-Fi to every corner of our McMansions. The Almond 3 can blanket an entire 5,000-foot house with powerful Wi-Fi. With one unit set up as a base and establishing the network, two additional Almonds act as Wi-Fi extenders. The router also doubles as a ­smart-home hub, communicating with connected devices like lights and thermostats. $399 (set of three)


Doppler Labs: Here One

The world is a noisy place. And traffic, jackhammers, planes, and trains aren’t only annoyances, they can also do real harm to your eardrums. The Here One earbuds let listeners tune out the noise. Paired with a smartphone app, the ’buds allow users to raise or lower specific sounds from the environment around them and better hear exactly what they want. Turn down the roar of the subway and crank the Kanye to 11. $299


Lenovo Phab 2 Pro: A World-Altering Phone

Augmented-reality apps have had a breakout year, but as satisfying as it is catching Pikachu, experiences can fall flat. The Phab 2 Pro phone uses new software from Google, called Tango, to give AR extra depth. Three imagers (a 16-megapixel sensor, infrared sensor, and fisheye lens) let your phone create a 3D map of the world—for apps that produce engineering schematics or superimpose video-game worlds onto the actual one.$500


Canon 1DX Mark II: Fast-Snapping 4K

Recording 4K video means filming at frame rates that outpace most memory cards. The 1DX Mark II is Canon’s first consumer camera that keeps up. Support for the new CFast 2.0 card means capturing video at a blazing 350MB per second. $5,999


Project Fi: The United Nations of Mobile Networks

Inconsistent service is the great Achilles’ heel of our ultra-connected lives. In urban canyons, signals can be fickle; abroad, staying online can be fruitless and costly. Google’s Project Fi, an experimental cellular network that rolled out this past spring, fills in those connectivity gaps. Instead of relying on one carrier’s towers, Project Fi ­connects to the strongest signal from among T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, and a number of international partners. When the connection from one of Google’s 1 million trusted Wi-Fi hotspots is stronger, the call—or webpage or video stream—will go from cellular to Wi-Fi completely uninterrupted. Google hopes other carriers will one day adopt similar service-jumping schemes, but for the time being, data-hungry consumers can try it out on one of the company’s flagship Nexus phones. From $20 Per Month



Apple Watch OS 2: everything you need to know

WatchOS 2 should make the Apple Watch worth it

It has been over eight months since the big upgrade to watchOS 2 began, but since then we’ve seen extra iterations of the operating system land all the way up to watchOS 2.2.

WatchOS 2 launched in September 2015 with a plethora of new features and updates to Apple Watch features you already loved.

Since then, we have seen it updated four times and the latest software for your wearable is WatchOS 2.2.1, which is based on iOS 9.3.2.

If you haven’t updated your software already, it’s certainly worth doing. Siri is smarter, public transit will show up in Maps and there are new watch faces. If you own an Apple Watch, here are all the key reasons you should upgrade it to the latest software.

Apple Watch OS 2 release date

It’s out right now, and has been for almost eight months. There was a five day delay on the release to start with, but just like past major Apple OS updates the Apple Watch’s software upgrade is free.

Apple Watch OS 2 latest upgrades

WatchOS 2.2.1 is the latest software upgrade and most of the upgrades since the original watchOS 2 release have been minor improvements.

There have been a lot of fixes to stability issues and even the latest upgrade – watchOS 2.2.1 – just focused on performance issues.

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Problems have been fixed such as limits on only being able to pair one Apple Watch with your phone, calendar issues and third-party app icons breaking. There’s also support for a new range of languages for those who can speak multiple tongues.
Watch OS 2.0.1 was perhaps the most important though as it fixed issues with the battery performance as well as bringing in the new emoji characters that were included on iOS 9.1.

New apps

Watch OS 2 brought a new selection of third-party apps with it. The Facebook Messenger app for Watch allowed you to be able to text, send audio files and share locations right from the wrist.

GoPro can lets you use the Apple Watch as a viewfinder so that no matter where your camera is mounted, you’ll always know where it’s pointed. iTranslate lets you see, hear and translate over 90 languages by speaking to your Watch.

This was all possible as devs now have access to the smartwatch’s sensors and controls like the Taptic Engine, Digital Crown and more. It means we’re beginning to see native apps for the platform, opposed to ones that are simply ported over. Native apps allow faster run time and greater app capabilities.

Sensors and controls

The Digital Crown provides functionality beyond zooming in and out. Rotating the crown lets you ‘Time Travel’ showing various events up to 72 hours into the future or past events, right on the watch face. Weather and news headlines are also other complications that Time Travel will work with.

It’s cool seeing what the weather will be like, and if you’ve got your calendar set up perfectly it’s neat to see what appointments are coming up.

But until more third-party apps offer complications for this section, we can’t say we’re enamoured.fitness_apple watch

The microphone is accessible to other apps now, which means developers are also be able to use your voice in their builds.

Developers now have access to the accelerometer too, so you can expect future apps to utilize this feature more.

Watch display settings

Previously capped at 15 seconds, the Apple Watch is now able to stay on for a whopping 70 seconds; why you’d need this we’ve not quite worked out, but that option is nice to have. Apple watch

Tetherless Wi-Fi

Yes, this sounds exactly like what you think it is. The Apple Watch is able to connect to open Wi-Fi networks without needing to connect to your iPhone first. You can leave your phone in another room and your wrist will be a perfectly suitable alternative.

It’s been hard to find a time to put this into practice though – you can keep the Watch connection alive in most homes thanks to being close enough.

Watch faces

There were 10 customizable Apple Watch faces at launch, and as we expected we’ve now got more to play with.
Modular looks much nicer with more colors to play with (along with the extra complications to check out).

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Time Lapse: Apple shot time-lapse videos over 24 hours in Hong Kong, London, Mack Lake, New York and Shanghai to create these new faces, and Paris was recently added to the mix. This is one that we’re really in to, as it adds an element of dynamism to the Watch, with movement every time you lift your wrist.

It would be brilliant if you could film your own time-lapse here and code it to the correct time stamps; given that the iPhone 6S is going to have a stabilized time-lapse mode, this could be awesome.
Photo and Album modes: Just like iPhone backgrounds, your collection of pictures is now fodder for your smartwatch faces. It takes a bit of work to get the right photos on there (you have to choose a specific folder to use and then sync it to the Watch), but it adds a really personal touch to your wrist.

It’s hard to work out how to get a single photo on the background though – you’ll need to fiddle around a lot to make this work.

Live Photos, enabled from the iPhone 6S by taking a 1.5-second video before and after the shot, will be able to play automatically on the Watch. So if you’re thinking of getting a joint bundle of Apple products, you’ll like this dynamic new feature.
Apple Watch Music

The interface for Music looks a bit different after the update as it’s been redesigned with new features. Quick Play has been added to make it easier to shuffle your music, a volume level indicator will be displayed, and the source of the audio file will also show up.

New ‘complications’ or information in the various watch faces will be able to display third-party apps, although we’ve currently not seen much from apps that can be added in here.

Flight times and home-controlled systems with Homekit devices will be accessible from your wrist, and your electric car charging information and more should show up soon. The complications can be changed on the Modular face and most of the other faces.

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Nightstand mode flips your Apple Watch face to show horizontally while it’s charging. The Digital Crown becomes a snooze button and the side button turns off alarms. If you’re not a fan of lights, the display screen won’t show unless you touch it or one of the buttons.

It also begins to light up as you get closer to your alarm time – while it’s never woken us up with the gentle glow, it’s a nice mini alarm clock to have by your side.

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Email replies

One option that has been sorely missing has finally made it onto the Apple Watch: email replies. Just like text messages, you’re now able to reply directly from your wrist with voice dictation, emojis and smart responses. However, you can’t edit your messages – this is more about being able to archive or flag messages from the wrist, rather than them being locked into your phone.
Fitness, Siri and Maps

The OS 2 update makes your watch more useful for workouts. HealthKit has more metrics shown on the watch and a real-time heart rate monitor that will be able to stream from your wrist, which means medical professionals are now able to use the data.

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Saying “Hey Siri” enables you to start a workout now, and the command can be as specific as “Hey Siri, start a 30-minute run” or “Hey Siri start a 300-calorie walk”, all without needing to open the app.
Other apps, like 7 Minute Fitness, can contribute to the rings on your Activity bar too, letting you keep all those valuable calories burned in one place.

Speaking of Siri, the little AI assistant can provide Glances by saying “Hey Siri, show me the Instagram glance” and it will pop up in the little voice search window. Siri is now able to control HomeKit devices and give you transit directions; we were only able to try the latter, and it needed to be told explicitly ‘Hey Siri, navigate me home using public transport’, otherwise it’ll think you want to use the car.

Apple Maps’ new transit directions will show up on your wrist with train, bus and subway schedules. However, as with Google Maps’ updated service, information is only provided for selected cities around the world. Though previously available with Apple Maps, walking directions to and from transit stops will be part of watchOS 2.

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Wallet and Apple Pay

Wallet, re-dubbed Passbook, has been updated, and all the new options you can use in iOS 9 with Wallet are available on the wrist as well.
For those who enjoy the convenience of using Apple Pay on the smartwatch, OS 2 will enable more credit cards and reward cards to be stored on the device for better access – these are found with a double-tap of the side button (used to pointlessly store friends).

Friends and Digital Touch

For the popular folks who have more than 12 friends, you’re able to add more people to your Apple inner circle right from the watch instead of adding them from the app. They’re now categorized into different sets that show up on different screens for better organization.Apple Watch

Your tiny sketching experience will also be improved, as Digital Touch will let you use more than one color, so people can be more creative, although this just led to panic as we tried to draw a phallic object using more than one color and worried it would send half-finished as we tried to work out what to do with yellow.

With the Gear Fit 2, Samsung tries again at workout wristbands

It соuldn’t possibly be аnу wоrѕе thаn thе firѕt one, right?

Samsung’s оriginаl Gear Fit was as flаwеd as it was ambitious, but thе market fоr fitness smart gаdgеtѕ iѕ still growing. Of соurѕе Samsung wаѕ gоing tо trу аgаin! Thаt’ѕ whеrе the new $179 Gеаr Fit 2 comes in: Samsung tооk the fitness fоrmulа it dеvеlореd twо уеаrѕ ago, роliѕhеd it up a bit аnd added a few fеаturеѕ thаt hаvе become dе rigueur fоr highеr-еnd workout wеаrаblеѕ. Yоu’ll bе аblе to рrе-оrdеr one starting Junе 3rd, but join uѕ hеrе for a first lооk.

Gallery: Hаndѕ-оn with Sаmѕung’ѕ Gear Fit 2 


First, the broad ѕtrоkеѕ. The Gеаr Fit 2 is nearly thе ѕаmе size as the mоdеl thаt саmе оut twо years аgо; it’s juѕt a littlе longer аnd a littlе widеr to ассоmmоdаtе the uрdаtеd display. Thаt wоuld be thе 1.5-inch curved AMOLED ѕсrееn, whiсh iѕ аlmоѕt twiсе as widе as thе оriginаl tо better diѕрlау уоur ѕtаtѕ. An added bоnuѕ оf thiѕ twеаkеd dеѕign iѕ thаt the Gеаr Fit 2 iѕ so, ѕо muсh mоrе соmfоrtаblе to wear thаn itѕ predecessor. Sеriоuѕlу, it’s a night-and-day diffеrеnсе — nо ѕmаll thing on a dеviсе уоu’rе ѕuрроѕеd tо wear 24/7. Gadgets

There’s a heart-rate ѕеnѕоr hеrе too, juѕt likе lаѕt timе, аnd еvеn in my brief timе testing it, thе readout seemed a bit more accurate than before. Throw in a dual-core 1GHz Exynos 3250 chipset, 512MB of RAM аnd a 200mAh bаttеrу (rаtеd for thrее оr fоur dауѕ оf mixed use) and уоu hаvе gоt thе fоundаtiоn for роtеntiаllу great dеviсе.
Meanwhile, thе addition оf GPS and thе ability tо аutоmаtiсаllу recognize and track certain еxеrсiѕеѕ hеlр the Tizеn-роwеrеd wristband gо toe to tое with rivals likе thе Fitbit Blаzе. Fоr those who nееd some tunеѕ tо gеt thеm thrоugh runѕ, thеrе’ѕ 4GB оf ѕtоrаgе inѕidе thе bаnd, allowing you tо stream saved muѕiс tо your Bluеtооth hеаdрhоnеѕ. Curiоuѕlу, Samsung inkеd a dеаl with Spotify tо provide playlists аnd muѕiс curated by athletes bесаuѕе… whу nоt? And if you’re thе ѕоrt whо brаgѕ, уоu саn еаѕilу share trасkеd runs tо Fасеbооk. Shаring, as it turnѕ out, is a big раrt оf thе new Gеаr Fit еxреriеnсе. Friеndѕ and рhоnеѕ соntасtѕ whо uѕе Sаmѕung’ѕ S Hеаlth рlаtfоrm саn iѕѕuе сhаllеngеѕ tо еасh other аnd kеер tаbѕ оn thеir рrоgrеѕѕ. Gadgets

Thеn thеrе аrе thе рlаin uѕаbilitу uрdаtеѕ. If уоu еvеr uѕеd the оriginаl Gear Fit, you’ll ѕurеlу remember thаt sometimes infоrmаtiоn wаѕ displayed vertically оn your wriѕt, аnd ѕоmеtimеѕ hоrizоntаllу. No mоrе оf thаt: Thе UI iѕ ѕtriсtlу vеrtiсаl thiѕ timе аrоund, and while thаt dоеѕn’t sound likе a huge сhаngе, it gоеѕ a lоng way in mаking the Gеаr Fit 2 feel more rеfinеd.

Indeed, rеfinеmеnt iѕ the overarching thеmе hеrе. Samsung hаd high hореѕ for thе оriginаl Gear Fit but didn’t (оr соuldn’t) build a dеviсе thаt аdеԛuаtеlу ticked off all thе bоxеѕ they lаid out. After mаking wearables likе thе Gear S2, thе соmраnу iѕ bеttеr рrераrеd to build high-quality Tizen dеviсеѕ. If wе’rе luсkу, thаt еxреriеnсе will make thе Gear Fit 2 mоrе thаn juѕt a рrеttу bаublе when it launches оn Junе 10th.

Of course Huawei is making a Gear VR rival

These are apparently the first VR headsets to offer 360-degree sound field on the go.huawei-vr-2016-04-15-0-1

Huawei may have just announced the fancy P9 and P9 Plus smartphones in London last week, but it actually saved a little surprise for its Shanghai launch today. Well, we say “surprise” but it’s also very much a “me too” thing at this point. Simply dubbed Huawei VR, this headset series will initially come in three flavors to let you slot in the company’s most recent flagship devices: the two P9 phones and the larger Mate 8. Given their mere 1080p screen resolution, don’t expect any crisp video quality through those goggles, but Huawei claims its VR solution is the first to offer 360-degree sound field on the go, as long as you have the right content loaded and your own headphones plugged in.

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The Huawei VR headsets work in a similar way as Samsung’s counterparts: Just pop the front cover open, then secure the phone (with the VR app running, of course) using the clips inside, and then snap the cover back on. Likewise, they have a touch panel, a back button and volume keys on the right for interfacing with the app. You won’t be able to wear your glasses underneath the goggles, but the adjustable lenses will accommodate myopia of down to -7.00.

In terms of specs, you get the usual 20ms low latency and 95-degree field of view (it’s 96 degrees on Samsung’s Gear VR and 110 on the HTC Vive plus the Oculus Rift), with the added benefit of an anti-blue light filter to protect your eyes.

The more exciting part here is obviously the content. At launch, Huawei VR will offer over 4,000 free movies (presumably only a fraction of these are VR videos) and over 40 free games, along with over 350 panoramic images and over 150 panoramic tours. It’s obviously still early days as Huawei skipped the price and date, so we’ll just have to keep an eye out for a future announcement.

How Nest aims to own your smart home

Alphabet, the mama-bird parent company of Google, is hoping 2016 is the year Nest leaves the, well, you know what.

Nest, which makes thermostats, smoke detectors and security cameras that connect to the Web, has operated pretty much independently since Google bought the company in 2013. And that was before the company formerly known as Google pulled apart its various divisions to turn them into individual companies.nest aims

So while the pieces of Alphabet will begin the new year figuring out how to brand their websites or set up marketing plans, Nest can hit the ground running with its audacious but often understated mission: making the smart home a reality for you and me, and not just the muckety-mucks in Silicon Valley.

For Nest, the key to owning the smart-home market involves more than just selling you a thermostat or smoke detector (although it would very much like for you to buy those, too). Its ambition rests on making sure all your Web-connected products can communicate and interact with one another. For example, if your Nest security system senses someone lurking, it can tell your Internet-connected lights to switch on. The dream is digital, domestic nirvana.

“It’s not about whiz-bang party tricks,” said Greg Hu, who heads the Works With Nest program, the software initiative that wants to create inter-device harmony. Instead, it’s about creating interactions that can save you money or keep you safer, he said.

The company launched the Works With Nest program last year. In October, it introduced Weave, software that allows devices to communicate with one another. About 12,500 developers are already part of the program, said Hu. Between 70 and 80 products — from companies including Logitech and security system maker ADT — work with Nest devices.

The program will be one of Nest’s biggest priorities next year.

There’s good reason for that. The promise is huge. Research firm Gartner says that in 2016, 5.5 million new things will become Internet-connected every day.nest aims, nest thermostat

But we’re not there yet. People are starting to get interested in a system of smart devices for their homes, but few have them. In 2014, 34 percent of US consumers said they’d like to have a digital system to control all the lights in their house, according to Forrester Research, but only 1 percent actually had a system and only 2 percent had tried a digitally remote-controlled energy management system.

“We’re going to see a [move] toward an ecosystem,” said Brian Solis, an analyst at the Altimeter Group. “Suddenly everything would be interconnected and controllable for Nest.”

That’s great for the Works With Nest program, assuming device makers don’t mind cozying up to Nest. If, say, the manufacturer of a Web-connected lighting system allows its software to be compatible with Nest’s, who’s to say Nest couldn’t turn around and make its own lighting system?

That hasn’t been a problem, Hu said, because Nest is selective about the kinds of devices it makes, meaning most companies shouldn’t worry about Nest treading on their territory.

“I think a lot of manufacturers know Nest isn’t going to make a fridge,” said Hu.Nest smart home

Maybe, but the big question for 2016 is which device will Nest release next? Hu is mum about what it could be, but analysts have their guesses. Frank Gillett, an analyst at Forrester who covers the smart-home market, speculates it could be a sensor to detect water leakage. That would certainly fit in with Nest’s aim to save you money and keep you safe. But again, the company won’t say.

Either way, Nest is hoping that next year the smart-home market will finally take flight.

Top 5 Smart Gadgets in 2015

This year some smart gadgets rocked all over the world by its modern and latest features. Here 5 top most smart Gadgets have been shortlisted based on its popularity. Let’s check those out!!!


1. Samsung Gear Fit Smart Watch

This year the Samsung Gear Fit Smart Watch has proven as a blast in top most gadgets. Literally Samsung is one of the leading brands in technology. They keep bringing innovation in new features and thus upgrading their latest technology. This time Samsung gifted such a smart watch which is quite able to complete most other Samsung smartphones, Tabs and Notes. The curved Super AMOLED display and dust and water resistant protection (IP67) makes this awesome smart watch prepare for any adventure and 24/7 wearable. It’s always on activity tracking mood throughout your day long activities. It’s Fitness Motivator has awesome feature of Heart Rate Sensor and It gives you real time coaching to actively support and motivate you to achieve your fitness goals. The 3rd Party apps to keep you connected with your as in emails, SMS, incoming calls. Get yourself this amazing smart watch and amaze yourself.

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Feature Highlights:

  • 24/7 wearable
  • Simple interaction
  • Personalized Fitness Motivator
  • Connected Notification through 3rd party apps
  • Compatible with most of the Samsung smartphones

2. Lemfo Z50 Bluetooth Smart Watch

Another Smart watch comes in our second shortlisted Gadget in the top 5 of 2015 is Lemfo Z50 Smart Watch. It is not just a stylish wrist watch. It’s way smarter than that with its awesome featured technology. The watch has 1.54 inch IPS display with stunning color, color and steel net band. It’s easy fitted on your wrist and uneasy to scape on its sturdy structure. The unique feature which defers this one from other smart watches is its Dialer or Bluetooth phone. It’s able to receive phone call with its SIM card besides Bluetooth sync call. The Z50 smart watch has NFC paring feature which is so helpful for business card exchange, information exchange, message, Phonebook or call log, music sync etc. It also has 0.3MP built-in camera and also remote control phone camera that helps easy capturing any moment with any angle. The Sleep monitoring system monitors your sleep quality, Pedometer tracks your every step to achieve health goals and lastly it works good as your reminder to minimize your sedentary times. In a word this Lemfo Z50 smart watch is way smarter than just a smart watch. So, no wasting time, grab it before this Christmas!!!

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Feature Highlights:

  • Stainless steel case
  • Bluetooth v3.0
  • NFC
  • SIM card
  • Built-in 0.3MP camera and Remote control phone camera
  • Sleep monitoring, Pedometer and Sedentary

3. DJKinesis Venture Smart Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Our 3rd Item is gonna bring a big smile on the face of our music lover friends. Now, you see why. The DJKinesis Venture is such a smart wireless sound speaker that you can use indoor or carry it for outdoor programs or hangouts as its weight is only 15.3 ounces. You can enjoy up to 12 hours playtime with this amazing speaker and its 2000 mAh Li-Ion chargeable battery. It is sealed to resist water and well rubberized for avoiding shock issues. It comes with a 3.5mm audio cable and a micro USB charging cable right there in the box. The buit-in microphone and Bluetooth feature allows you handfree speaker for any type of phone calls or video chats. This ultra-portable speaker goes with you to anywhere you need as in the shower, camping, biking, indoors or outdoors in any weather like shine or rain.

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Feature Highlights:

  • Bluetooth v4.0
  • NFC
  • Water resistant (IPX4), Anti-scatch, dustproof, shockproof, high temperature resistant
  • Powerful Bass Sound
  • Hand-free speakerphone
  • Power output- 5W x 2
  • Metal hook loop for attachment to chain or clip or wire.
  • 2000 mAh Li-ion v3.7 battery with 12H playback
  • Supports multi pairing up to 8 devices

4. Recon Instruments Jet Smart Eyewear for Sports and Fitness – Black

Now Sports lovers!!! Get ready to grab this one for Amazon. This one is supposed to be the world’s most powerful smart eyewear. You will know why it’s a must for your sport and fitness. This Recon Jet smart eyewear provides live metrics to your eyes directly with no breaking flows in your activities. Not only this. Here you get more than the integrated sensor suit or GPS. You can connect it via third-party sensors ANT+. By sharing your metrics to Recon Engage in real time you can also upload it to Strava, TrainingPeaks or MapMyFitness. You also can capture any moment of your sport or activities with the instant access point-of-view Camera. One last thing that amazes you is to see directly your smartphone notification through this awesome technology.

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Feature Highlights:

  • Viewing live metrics
  • Integrated Sensor Suit, GPS and ANT+
  • Uploading your metrics to MapMyFitness, TrainingPeaks or Strava
  • Instant Access point-of-view Camera
  • See text and call notifications directly from your smartphone

5. Smart Device Storage/Charging stand

Now our last gadget is the simplest but most important gadget for anyone. At the modern age of technology nearly each member of a house has their individual smartphones, small laptops, Tables and other smart devices as in Chrome Books. This Smart device storage is the most helpful thing to keep your smart devices organized in one little so that your house doesn’t get too messy with devices and wires and etc. You can even use this smart bamboo stand as your devices’ charging station. Since it’s made of bamboo, it resists current and makes your daily life more secure. It has been built with premium bamboo which makes it strong enough to hold even laptops and other small smart gadgets. It’s a very simple thing to talk about but more useful for everyday-life use. It’s very reasonable and available in the Amazon Stock. So, get yourself this awesome featured Multi Device Organizer for your smart gadgets.

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Feature Highlights:

  • Premium Bamboo Multi Device Storage and Charging Station
  • Great for Tablets, Smart Phones, Chrome Books and Small Laptops
  • Made Strong And Built to Last with Premium Bamboo
  • Room For Up To 4 Smart Phones In The Front; Rear Dividers Can Hold 2 Laptops or Tablets.
  • Made of 100% Eco-Friendly Bamboo.

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