Electronic Gadgets

Electronics and gadgets are two words that fit very well together. The electronic gadgets section of coolest gadgets is full of all the latest, well you know, electronic gadgets, that we’ve either read about or been lucky enough to get our hands on.

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Griffin announces latest Crayola iMarker and Trace & Draw iPad accessories

by Edwin - on September 22nd, 2014

Griffin has worked with Crayola before to deliver their fair share of iPad accessories such as the Crayola Light Marker, and this time around, both of them have worked on the updated version of the latest Crayola iMarker and Trace & Draw accessories for the Apple iPad. Those will be accompanied by a range of compatible Crayola apps, enabling the Crayola iMarker and Trace & Draw to empower young artists so that they can blend in traditional coloring activities alongside mobile technology – all without making a mess that would exhaust even the most tired parent after a long day at the office.

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Favi Pico+ Smart Projector unveiled

by Edwin - on September 22nd, 2014

favi-android-projectorEarlier this year, we did talk about the Favi Pico+ Projector with Miracast and Airplay Wireless display. The world is slowly but surely moving to the realm of being paperless and wireless, and it seems as though the latter is a whole lot more easy to achieve compared to the former. Well, Favi intends to continue surfing the technological wave all the more, by empowering users to break free from the hassle of wired projectors and take the completely wireless route thanks to their spanking new Favi Pico+ Smart Projector.

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Logitech Harmony Living Home range offers easy control in your home

by Edwin - on September 21st, 2014

harmony-home-hubWhile we might be more familiar with the different kinds of gaming peripherals that Logitech churns out from time to time (like the Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Keyboard), here we are with something that is slightly different – a track off the beaten path, so to speak. I am referring to the Logitech Harmony Living Home that offers easy access as well as control over a wide library of entertainment and home automation devices, all of it within a centralized control system.

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Sony to work on new SmartEyeglass transparent lens eyewear

by Edwin - on September 19th, 2014

sony-smarteyeglassGoogle has their Google Glass, where the world is more or less familiar with this piece of technology by now, and it should not look all that quaint whenever you see someone wearing it out in the public. Having said that, other companies too, do see the potential of smart glasses and the markets that it can open up. Sony is one of them, which is why they have started to work on the SmartEyeglass transparent lens eyewear.

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The Livescribe Moleskin Notebook and smartpen combo will make your hard copy notes digital

by Caitlyn - on September 18th, 2014

Moleskin livescribe

There’s something comforting about having a hard copy of your notes. The feel of the pen in your hand gliding across a blank sheet of paper, and seeing your own handwriting rather than a specific typeface has a certain feeling of security to it (and it’s almost impossible to accidentally delete something). Of course, most of our lives have gone digital and we have to choose between writing down notes and later typing them out, or just typing them so we don’t have to make the transfer.

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More Than Just A Banana Piano shows how one can rock out with fruit

by Edwin - on September 18th, 2014

banana-pianoSo, your little one has been hankering after you for the longest time to actually buy a piano so that he or she will be able to compose the next Grammy winning song, and with you as his or her manager, you will end up not having to slog at whatever job you’re at right now. Sure, a real good piano is not going to come cheap even if it is on sale, but this does not mean that you are unable to fulfill your little one’s wish and deepest desire. You, being an oddball yourself, have always taken the route less traveled, which is why you have set your eyes on the $49.95 More Than Just A Banana Piano.

While the More Than Just A Banana Piano is not going to be able to churn out melodious tunes that would send a listening crowd to stand up and deliver a rapturous applause, it will be able to belt out some decent tunes. In fact, the More Than Just A Banana Piano was designed by former MIT students, targeting young inventors and adult tinkerers where the device itself will replace 11 computer keyboard keys and seven mouse actions, and this is achieved thanks to a set of alligator clip cables and a microcontroller-powered circuit board. Squeezing a connected banana will let you play a note on a computer’s piano, and tapping on a drawn picture of up, down, left, and right arrows ought to let one play majority of the online games. As long as the object is able to conduct some electricity, it will work, so go bananas with this!

Amazon Kindle Voyage arrives

by Edwin - on September 18th, 2014

amazon-kindle-voyageWhen we talk about hardware released by Amazon, one of the surefire topics that rise up would be their range of Kindle e-book readers, such as the Kindle Fire HD that offers plenty of bang for your hard earned buck. Of course, there is also the Kindle Fire smartphone which never really managed to take off in a big way, which could be why Amazon has continued to concentrate on their e-reader range, having announced the 7th generation Kindle which they have dubbed as the Kindle Voyage. How apt, considering the journey or adventure that Amazon has gone through over the years in the e-reader market.

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Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 delivers wireless scanning ability wherever you go

by Edwin - on September 18th, 2014

Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100When it comes to scanners, I am quite sure that those of us who have been around long enough would be able to remember the old scanners that seem to take forever to boot up before a particular image can be scanned. It will crank, make more noise than an aged and rusty Transformer changing form, and work through a slow and bulky parallel port. Well, I am glad to say that technology has advanced rapidly, so much so that modern day scanners are nothing like those of yore. In fact, scanners have become even more portable than ever before, and testament to that claim would be the recently unveiled Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 wireless scanner.

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