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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Death Star Giant Paper Lantern

by Edwin - on November 28th, 2015

The massive Death Star, a floating weapon of mass destruction, is a symbol of awe and power for those who lived during the rule of the tyrant Emperor Palpatine. It has also proven itself worthy to incarnate into various merchandise over the years, including an inflatable ball which will at best, knock down a poorly constructed sand castle, but this time around we have something that is way weaker in terms of its structural integrity – that of the $39.99 Death Star Giant Paper Lantern.

This Death Star Giant Paper Lantern will still be able to induce a sense of awe and wonder, although it will have more to do with the lighting and ambiance that it creates than a sheer powerful laser that can destroy an entire planet with but a single blast. This 24″ sphere floor lamp comes with an in-line on/off foot toggle (too bad one cannot use the Force to manipulate it), and happens to be a ThinkGeek exclusive as well as an officially licensed piece of Star Wars merchandise. Some assembly is required, where it uses a 40 Watt max incandescent or 13-watt CFL bulb with standard base. You’d best not let any cats get near this, or it would most probably end up in tatters.

LG showcases world’s largest OLED display

by Edwin - on November 28th, 2015

lg-largest-oled-displayFlat screen displays for the home have improved by leaps and bounds ever since the jump to LCD TVs were made compared to the fat and chunky CRTs. Having said that, we have definitely moved on from that of a LCD TV to plasmas at one time, followed by LEDs and now, OLED TVs, curved or otherwise. LG continues to showcase their expertise and flex their muscles in the world of displays by showing off what they have called the world’s largest OLED display. This amazing wonder is a one-of-a-kind signage that has been installed at Incheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea, in order to introduce the millions of travellers that pass through its terminals each year to the magic of OLED.

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Lucis portable LED lamp is no slouch

by Edwin - on November 28th, 2015

lucisHaving a well lighted home is always more than a welcome gesture, taking into consideration how lighting does play a very vital role in determining the mood or ambiance of a particular place. As we strive to be a more energy efficient society, it makes perfect sense then to ensure that our lighting options too, are energy efficient. Meet Lucis, which is a powerful yet portable LED lamp that will boast the ability of displaying more than 16 million colors.

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Volvo Cars work with Microsoft to deliver a brighter looking automotive future

by Edwin - on November 27th, 2015

volvo-msA car is no longer such a simple piece of automotive invention these days, as more and more electronic parts are interwoven with strong material to deliver the ultimate driving – or passenger experience. Volvo, a name that is more often than not associated with safe cars, has worked with Microsoft in order to develop the next generation of automotive technologies. Their partnership has resulted in using the Microsoft HoloLens to redefine how customers interact in their first encounter while exploring a car.

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Borg Cube Giant Floor-standing Paper Lantern for the hard core Star Trek fans

by Edwin - on November 26th, 2015

borg_cube_giant_paper_lanternSo you happen to already own a Star Trek Borg Cube fridge in your home, and have been looking out and hard for the longest time already for something to complement it in your home. What do you do then? Of course, if you own a factory that you can call your own, you might want to churn out some more Star Trek stuff that have been officially licensed, but since you do not have such a factory under your name, the next best course of action is to wait for someone to think of some Trekkie-inspired items and sell them. Enter the $39.99 Borg Cube Giant Floor-standing Paper Lantern, which is an 18″ cube floor lamp that sports an in-line on/off foot toggle.

Some assembly, or in Borg parlance, assimilation is required in order to put the Borg Cube Giant Floor-standing Paper Lantern in its place at the corner of your living room. Of course, if you have a pet cat living in the same house as you, then you would most probably have to choose between the cat or this, since it will end up in tatters due to the innate nature of a cat that has to scratch anything and everything.

D-Link introduces the Komfy Switch

by Edwin - on November 26th, 2015

d-link-komfy-switchThe folks over at D-Link have announced a spanking new Smart Home Device that will come under the Komfy brand name. Simply known as the Komfy Switch with Camera, this particular device will be able to deliver a new smart light switch which will cater for homeowners who want to create a smarter and safer home. Specially developed in order to replace a standard 1 or 2-gang light switch, the Komfy Switch with Camera (also known by its model number as DKZ-201S) happens to be an all-in-one solution that enables users to keep an eye on their home with a high definition 1080p camera, in addition to monitor a range of environmental changes such as temperature, humidity and air quality. The Komfy Switch with Camera will be available in white and black color options so that they can cater to a slew of interior designs.

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Order Pizza With A Button Push

by Edwin - on November 25th, 2015

Do you think that things have gotten all too convenient for us these days, so much so that we have become lazier and lazier in the way we get stuff done? Amazon’s Dash button is one good example – apparently, it makes it all too easy to part with your hard earned cash, as all that it takes to order something that you like is to press the Dash button. Well, Domino’s has more or less hopped onto a similar bandwagon, where you can order a piping hot pizza with a single button press.

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Bionic Plant Theorized

by Edwin - on November 25th, 2015

bionic-flowerWe have heard of the Bionic Man before, but what about bionic plants? Surely there is also a room and place for something like that to happen? Well, we are pleased to announce that scientists have successfully formulated a bionic plant. Yes sir, you read that right – a plant that has its fair share of electronic circuitry. The bionic plant is meant to be a smarter breed of plant which is capable of actively respond to changes in its environment, while informing farmers how it is faring. Heck, the internal circuitry might even pave the way for the plant to boost its growing or bloom on demand.

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