WePlenish turns your pantry smarter with the Java Smart Container

by Edwin - on November 16, 2018

Do you want to see an increase in home or office automation? How many times have you actually walked up to the pantry, thinking all morning long about tucking into that perfect hot cup of coffee from your favorite coffee pod brand, only to discover that there is nothing left inside and nobody remembered to place an order? That scenario will no longer be the case in the future with WePlenish’s Java Smart Container.

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Matrix PowerStation might revolutionize the way the world works

by Edwin - on November 15, 2018

powerstationIf there is one thing that continues to plague the modern world, it would be this: the lack of energy or power. Developing countries are hungry for energy resources to power their industries and development, while developed countries all the more require massive amounts of energy to keep the wheels of life turning every single moment. A blackout or brownout might be rare these days for many people, but when it happens, it goes to show just how dependent we are on electricity. Matrix might be on to something new here, having announced the world’s first all-in-one integrated thermoelectric energy PowerStation that is touted to power anything from nothing.

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Autowit 12V Batteryless Car Jump Starter

by Edwin - on November 14, 2018

autowit-jump starterIf there is one particular component of a vehicle that is often overlooked and yet most crucial to its running, it would be the battery. You might have the most ferocious engine underneath the hood, but if the battery is dead, no amount of horsepower potential is going to make it move an inch. A dead battery is as simple as having no battery at all. While replacing an old battery is an option, what happens when a relatively new battery goes flat because you forgot to turn off the headlamps the night before? Jump starting the battery is the next best option, and this is where Autowit’s Jump Starter comes into the picture.

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Fossil Sport smartwatch gets a redesign

by Edwin - on November 13, 2018

fossil-sportWhen it comes to smartwatches, there is a growing number of models that not only work great, but they look elegant and understated as well. Fossil has just added another member to their smartwatch family with the introduction of the Fossil Sport Smartwatch. It will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform and run on the newly redesigned Wear OS by Google, enabling it to offer a slew of new technology features such as extended battery life, a new battery saving mode, enhanced ambient mode, integrated heart rate, NFC, and GPS capabilities.

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AOC reveals C32V1Q curved monitor

by Edwin - on November 12, 2018

C27V1QI believe that many of us who grew up around computers were exposed to a flat screen monitor, although for the older generation, fat and chunky CRTs were the flavor of the day. Modern day technology has seen how curved displays have taken over the visual department in living rooms all over the world, and the same has started to infiltrate the computer monitor industry. AOC, a worldwide leader in monitor display technology, has recently announced the C32V1Q. The C32V1Q is an immersive curved 32-inch monitor that has been specially built for work and home entertainment, with an asking price of a relatively affordable $229 — pretty much within the price range of a decent 32-inch TV actually.

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MSI Mystic Knight gaming backpack

by Edwin - on November 11, 2018

mystic-knightWhen the name MSI is mentioned, most of the time people would think of gaming notebooks as well as high-powered desktops that are able to churn out consistently high frame rates at excellent graphical quality. However, who would have thought that the Taiwan-based company would actually branch out to offer a little bit of something on the side? I am referring to the Mystic Knight gaming backpack, being an extremely versatile tech pack complete with more than enough storage space to stash a laptop of your choice, its accompanying gaming gear as well as other essential items that you bring about on your daily commute and workflow.

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Casio WSD-F20A review

by Edwin - on November 9, 2018

casio-wsd-f20a-reviewThe smartwatch market continues to evolve, with high street brand names jumping aboard the bandwagon as well. Casio’s pedigree in the field of horology has been proven time and again, and their latest attempt in an Android-powered smartwatch that will not shirk at the sight of adventure would be the Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20A. Following Japanese wisdom, this is the second iteration of an outdoor Android-powered timepiece by the Japanese company, targeting those who live an active lifestyle and want a rugged timepiece that does more than just keep track of time.

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 review

by Edwin - on November 8, 2018

redmi-note-5-reviewXiaomi has worked their way to be the 4th largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, and their mid-range smartphones continue to straddle the comfortable level between price and performance. While the Redmi Note 5 is not the newest device on the block in this category, it has aged well over the past half year. Here is a review of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 for those who would like a highly functional smartphone without having to take out a second mortgage on their home.

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