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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Juno Power introduces Nova BLOX portable power pack

by Edwin - on October 29th, 2014

The modern day road warrior does carry with him or her plenty of electronic devices, and most of the time, each of these individual devices happen to require a charge at the end of the day, simply because battery technology has not evolved to such an extent where one is able to run the device with all its bells and whistles turned on, round the clock, without being exhausted. Having said that, having a portable battery might prove to be rather useful in unexpected situations, since you can never quite tell just when you might need that extra bit of juice. Juno Power, long involved in the world of portable battery packs, has just introduced a brand new battery which is said to deliver efficiency, durability and affordability – all without weighing you down thanks to its five-ounce package. This particular offering is known as the Nova BLOX.

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Bebop Sensors introduces new kind of smart fabric technology

by Edwin - on October 27th, 2014

bebophe Internet of Things (IoT) is an interesting concept, not to mention an idea that is fast catching on with various technologies in different fields coming together to make plenty of new scenarios possible – including those which were deemed to be impossible in the past due to restrictions by the law of physics and the like. Trust Bebop to come up with a new kind of thin, smart fabric sensor that is capable of measuring various aspects of physicality, including force, location, size, twist, bend, stretch and motion.

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Tape 2 GO-USB cassette Walkman is a working piece of archeology

by Edwin - on October 26th, 2014

ion-tape-2-goThere comes a time when one would need to bid adieu to the past and consign history to, well, history. After all, there is not much point in trying to keep an old standard going when the rest of the world has moved on to something newer and better, right? There has been instances in the past that attempt to bridge the old and the new such as the Cassette MP3 Player, and here we are with yet another example in the form of the $49.99 Tape 2 GO-USB cassette Walkman.

In a nutshell, if you still have a collection of cassettes that you would like to keep its music for posterity, then the Tape 2 GO-USB cassette Walkman would prove to be an invaluable ally. After all, you can easily rip all of your audio cassettes into the digital format, and even better news is this – this particular device will be able to play back chrome or normal cassette tapes, now how about that? Of course, this works best as a solution for those who do not have a CD copy of their existing cassette collection, and neither have they decided to download a digital version of their music collection. In addition, Ion’s Tape 2 GO-USB cassette Walkman will also arrived bundled with Ez Vinyl/Tape Converter software which allows one to convert audio into MP3 files via iTunes. It is a matter of but a few mouse clicks to help you obtain digital versions of your cassettes.

The SEYVR Wallet is hiding a phone charger in plain sight

by Caitlyn - on October 24th, 2014

SEYVR phonae charging wallet

When we’re running out the door in the morning, the last thing we want to forget is our backup battery. Our phones don’t have the best battery life, and we’re always afraid that today will be the day our phone will die when we get a bunch of important calls, emails, and messages. There are so many things to keep track of in the morning when your brain isn’t running at full capacity that it makes sense you would want to combine a few different necessities into one.

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Sceptre Continues With New HDTV Unveiling

by Edwin - on October 24th, 2014

sceptre-E485BV-FMQR-FVWhen it comes to churning out HDTVs that are not only affordable, but also capable of delivering decent visual quality, there is one particular name that you can more or less rely on – and that would be Sceptre. In fact, Sceptre has just announced a couple of large screen HDTVs that will hit the market, where one of them happens to be a 48” HDTV, while the other would sport 55” of viewing goodness. Regardless of which particular model that you choose from, either one will come equipped with MHL and SRS TruSurround HD technology – which means that Sceptre intends to deliver a balanced combination of technology, long term energy savings and affordability in their latest offerings.

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Stephenson’s Rocket Stirling Engine targets the blooming engineers in your home

by Edwin - on October 23rd, 2014

stephenson-stirlingYou can never tell just what your little one is going to be when he or she grows up, and it is best to allow he or she to explore as many different kinds of possible career routes, so to speak, in their early years so that you will be able to figure out their penchant and provide them with the proper amount of guidance along the way. Well, for those who feel that their little ones might end up as engineers one of these days, perhaps it might be worth checking out the $799.95 Stephenson’s Rocket Stirling Engine?

This unique purchase will be powered by an external combustion Stirling engine, where it will pay homage to the locomotive pioneer Robert Stephenson. Stephenson won the Rainhill Trials in 1829 courtesy of its advanced design, and it also allowed Stephenson to win the contract to manufacture locomotives for the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, while serving as the basic template for majority of the steam engines out there in the market for the next century and a half. The Stephenson’s Rocket Stirling Engine is made in Germany from machine-tooled solid brass, stainless steel, and aluminum, relying on the thermodynamic principle of a regenerative heat engine to get moving. Thankfully for everyone’s lungs, it emits non-toxic exhaust from a full burner of ethyl alcohol that lasts for up to 15 minutes’ worth of operation.

iDevices announces the iShower²

by Edwin - on October 23rd, 2014

ishower2It looks as though there are plenty of things around us these days that do come with the smart moniker, as though it is a prerequisite of sorts before folks are willing to give that particular product a second look. iDevices does know how to tug at the heartstrings of the masses, being a preeminent brand and development partner in the Internet of Things (IoT) market, and they have just announced their latest offering, which is known as the iShower². The iShower² would be part of a larger family that includes the iGrill², iGrillmini and Kitchen Thermometer, among others.

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Witti Design introduces Notti smart light

by Edwin - on October 22nd, 2014

nottiDo you feel as though manufacturers these days tend to have the pressure of having a smart this and a smart that to be part of the naming convention whenever a new device is introduced to the market? We have smart cars, smart homes, and of course, the most common of them all would be the smartphone that just about everyone has one – and heck, you might even be reading this on your smartphone at the moment, too. Witti Design intends to spark things up with what they call an intuitive smart light, which is also known as Notti.

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