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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Selfie Remote kisses goodbye to the selfie stick

by Edwin - on March 4th, 2015

I am quite sure that many of us are familiar with the selfie stick these days, especially when we go to crowded tourist spots, and everyone would want to have their face in the picture with the object of their focus behind. Of course, it might be a whole lot easier to ask someone else to take your photo for a far better looking image, but then again, this would mean running the risk of having your handset being stolen, especially if you are in an unfamiliar territory. Well, when it comes to less crowded places, you might want to consider the £14.95 Selfie Stick.

The Selfie Stick would allow you to carry out a photo revolution, where you are then able to snap group shots with yourself in the frame, now how about that? Perfect your macro photography skills along the way as well by triggering the shutter, all without having to go through the trouble of touching the screen. You will first need to download the free app from the App Store, where upon installation, it will then automatically sync to your Selfie Remote. Once you are ready to capture an image, press the button on the remote control and activate your shutter, and voila! It will work even from a distance of up to 3 meters! Not the first selfie remote, and it definitely is not going to be the last!

SanDisk Ultra microSDXC hits the 200GB mark

by Edwin - on March 3rd, 2015

200GB Ultra microSDXCWhere the tech geek is concerned, one can never have enough memory – and this is why we continue to see leaps and bounds happen in the world of personal storage. More than a decade ago, if you were to carry a 128MB USB flash drive, that would be a real big deal. Today, we are no longer dealing with MBs, but rather, GBs. Having said that, Android-powered smartphone owners would most probably be able to identify with the presence of a microSD memory card in their respective handsets, not to mention having to sort out the various photos, videos and other media files from time to time, simply because said microSD card has run out of space. Well, if you have a little bit of extra cash to spare, you might want to take time to check out SanDisk’s latest achievement – the 200GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card Premium Edition.

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Lenovo Pocket Projector is a boon for Android devices

by Edwin - on March 2nd, 2015

lenovo-pocket-projectorThe world of pico projectors is a strange one, actually. For starters, there are just way too few players in the market in order to make this a highly competitive segment such as the smartphone or tablet markets, and yet it is not that small either that the world is able to get by without the need for any micro or pico projectors. Granted, pico projectors do evolve at a far slower pace as opposed to the likes of smartphones and tablets, but there is a very good reason for that – simply because even large sized projectors do not experience quantum leaps in technological advancements all that frequently. Having said all of that, Lenovo, a name that most of us would associate with when it comes to computers and now, smartphones, have announced their new Lenovo Pocket Projector that claims to be able to project life anywhere via Android-powered devices.

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Ear Scope 13,000 Pixel shows you the dirt – and helps you clean it, too

by Edwin - on March 2nd, 2015

earscopeWhen was the last time you actually cleaned out the wax from your ears? It might be a while ago, and it surely is one of the more enjoyable experiences, this I am sure. After all, there is nothing quite like the feeling of a totally clean ear canal, free of wax, that you are able to hear everything in new clarity. Well, perhaps you might want to ditch purchasing Q-tips after bringing home the $111 Ear Scope 13,000 Pixel.

The Ear Scope 13,000 Pixel is special in a sense where it not only shows you the dirt, but it will also help you to clean it, too. Basically, this is because it so happens to be a high resolution fiber optic earwax cleaner endoscope. Now that is certainly a mouthful, where Coden has brought about updates and improvements to its previous Ear Scope 7400 Pixel, delivering a new, high resolution model. Peer into the endoscope of the Ear Scope 13,000 Pixel, and you will be able to see the exact location of the ear pick, without having to make a rough estimate of the ear pick’s location, and neither do you need to keep up with rough scraping using cotton swabs that can damage your hearing. Do bear in mind that while this is not a piece of medical equipment, special care and attention ought to be taken when using this.

LG’s OLED and LED 4K ULTRA HD TVs hit the US

by Edwin - on February 27th, 2015

lg-uf9500They say that good things come to those who wait – well, I am quite sure that many of us living in the US would have been floored by what LG has offered in the past edition of CES, and finally, after close to a couple of months of waiting, both pricing as well as availability for the first of its 2015 4K ULTRA HD (UHD) TV models have been revealed – which means it is time to break the bank account and treat your eyes to a whole new level of TV viewing experience.

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Monohm delivers first anti-smartphone in the world

by Edwin - on February 27th, 2015

runcibleSmartphones are pretty much the staple device for many of us – so much so, in fact, that some of us would even carry a couple of smartphones around simply because we are so busy with our work lives. Having said that, what if you would want to take a break from it all, at least for a while so that you can recalibrate your life and celebrate what is truly important, without a traditional looking smartphone (you know, the rectangular block in your pocket or handbag)? Monohm has just announced the creation of Runcible, which is touted to be the first personal device for the post-smartphone era.

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LG Watch Urbane LTE is a next generation smartwatch

by Edwin - on February 26th, 2015

LG_Watch_Urbane_LTEWhen it comes to the world of smartwatches, you can be very sure that this particular niche market is starting to grow real fast – where more and more players will enter the market in order to sell their wares and fight for a slice of the pie. LG has had other smartwatches in the past, but this time around, being the fourth outing in the smartwatch department, the LG Watch Urbane LTE would certainly have shed the baggage of its previous releases, and smoothened out any rough edges of yore to truly turn this into more than a decent wearable timepiece.

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The CoolPeds Carry On Scooter makes for effortless travel

by Caitlyn - on February 25th, 2015

 

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Traveling by plane is cumbersome and tiring. You have to bring everything you think you might need, as well as a few extra days worth of clothes in case of emergencies, and arrive insanely early to get through security. If being at the top of the weight limit for your luggage, carry on, and personal item wasn’t stress-inducing enough, there’s always the added bonus of having to lug it all over creation. If you hate running from gate to gate and wish you didn’t have to expend so much energy during an already taxing journey, then why not integrate a scooter into your luggage?

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