The ShelfPack – Travel smarter, not harder

by Caitlyn - on July 3, 2015

When you start traveling out of state more than once or twice a month, you begin to notice little things with packing and driving or flying that you can change to make your life easier. Things like rolling up your clothes so you can pack more, making sure you have extra clothes in your carry-on in case your bags are lost, always having a snack handy, and the fact that chewing gum is your best friend when flying. If you hop from hotel to hotel though, there’s a decent chance you are tired of packing and unpacking a suitcase.

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This Entryway Hanger holds your mail, keys, and sanity

by Caitlyn - on July 3, 2015

Coat and Key rack

If you don’t have a system in place to keep yourself organized, it can be easy to lose track of important things that you might need in a day, which can get incredibly frustrating when you’re rushing out the door. When we come home from work, we toss down everything in our hands, which usually includes our phone, keys, bag, and mail. If you have a habit of walking through the house and setting things down on a table rather than putting them all in one place, then it’s easy to understand how things could get lost so quickly.

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Sony unveils new range of wireless speakers for the audio enthusiast

by Edwin - on July 3, 2015

sony-srx-77Sony is a consumer electronics juggernaut that you know for sure have the capability as well as technology to roll out some really, really cool stuff. Their Aibo robotic dog was cool – and still would be even today, assuming they continue to update and refresh it from time to time, and so are their waterproof range of Xperia handsets. As for the speaker department, it is not as though Sony has no experience at all, as they have recently introduced the Sony Smart Bluetooth speaker. Well, Sony Electronics has just announced not one, but a trio of new premium wireless speakers, namely the SRS-X77, SRS-X88 and SRS-X99.

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Aerobull Speaker is obedient to your every command

by Edwin - on July 3, 2015

aerobullSo, you have more or less figured out that you would like to decorate your brand new home with a speaker – after all, music is the stuff that makes life a whole lot more beautiful, and since this is your very first home, you would want to make the best out of the situation. To have the best decorations, to ensure that all of the fittings would work nicely together, and that there will be no signs of sloppiness anywhere. Since you are a fashion forward person, how about making sure your speaker is not only wireless, but is also one that makes a statement? Enter the £1,200 Aerobull Speaker.

The British Bulldog is the quintessential pet for anyone who loves everything about the Union Jack. Hence, it is no surprise at all to check out the existence of the Aerobull Speaker. This majestic mutt does harbor high definition speakers, where you can more or less say that its “bark” is worse than its “bite” – packing in 100W of power, now how about that? Apart from that, it will also come with a pair of 2.25” satellite drivers and a 5.25” subwoofer. It is also Bluetooth ready in order to enable wireless streaming, and thankfully, it comes with a docking station to help you get started right out of the box. NFC technology also opens up the door for quick pairing with mobile devices, and just in case all else fails, there is always a 3.5mm line in and line out.

Chevrolet Active Phone Cooling Feature works great for high performance handsets

by Edwin - on July 3, 2015

Chevrolet-Active-Phone-CoolingHave you ever entered a car that has been baking underneath the sun for a few hours, and you need to get to a different and unknown place via GPS, pronto? Naturally, we would whip out our phones and perhaps launch a navigation program from there, such as Waze. Well, the handset would definitely heat up rather fast – even when the temperature around is cool, and Chevrolet hopes that your handset will not overheat in this case like reports from Japanese owners of the Sony Xperia Z4, by introducing what they call an Active Phone Cooling system.

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Samsung LEVEL U Wireless Bluetooth Headset announced

by Edwin - on July 2, 2015

samsung-level-upSamsung intends to push the proverbial envelope even further with their latest release, the all new Samsung LEVEL U Bluetooth headset. This will be the most recent addition to the LEVEL headset range, where it will make use of the latest Samsung technology in order to deliver the best-in-class sound with crystal-clear call quality, not to mention a stylish, ergonomic design which should tie in very nicely with a comfortable fit. The LEVEL U will also come with a long battery life that would be what road warriors are looking for, and it also happens to be above average for Text-to-Speech (TTS) applications.

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Polar Team Pro targets team sports

by Edwin - on July 2, 2015

polar-team-systemThe name Polar would definitely resonate with those who are involved with sports and fitness gadgets, as Polar has come up with its fair share of such devices including the Polar M400 GPS training watch. They happen to be the most trusted heart rate data provider when it comes to elite level clubs and national teams in all major team sports including NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, MLS and U.S. Olympic sports. Hence, it is far from surprising to see Polar come up with the Polar Team Pro, which is the most advanced team sports coaching solution to date. The Polar Team Pro was specially designed in order for it to meet the demanding needs of fitness, strength and conditioning coaches who work in top-tier team sports.

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Touch Activated Cordless Lamp ensures you don’t trip over in the dark

by Edwin - on July 2, 2015

touch-activated-lampI simply cannot stress enough the importance of having some sort of night light in the vicinity – after all, you would not want to stumble around in the middle of the night and stub your toe against the edge of a cabinet or table leg, would you? Doing so would mean not only physical injury, and perhaps a broken toenail, but also opens up the door for you to let loose a fair number of obscenities that you have not used for eons. Hence, a night light beside the bed is cool, but even better yet is, if the night light happens to be touch activated. This means there is no need to fumble around for a switch. The $39.95 Touch Activated Cordless Lamp goes one step further, however, as you can tell by its name that it will also lose the wires altogether.

The Touch Activated Cordless Lamp , as its name implies, turns on or off when touched anywhere on its frame. Up to 120 hours of light is provided on a mere trio of AA batteries, and if this is going to be a permanent feature in your home, I would highly recommend that you make use of rechargeable batteries. Twenty-three LEDs provide 360° of bright white downward illumination that makes it ideal for reading or working on crafts, while the three-stage dimmer would enable one to adjust the brightness using just a touch anywhere on the lamp. The lamp will turn itself off automatically after four hours of continuous illumination so that battery power is conserved, and since it is lightweight and cordless in nature, it is easy to place anywhere in your home.

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