There are times when you wished that you had the kind of mental prowess to be able to keep track of where things are exactly. The thing is, we might end up being so occupied with all of the little details of life these days, that small stuff and tiny items do not matter all that much. Having said that, it is always nice to have a memory that does not forget such items, and keeping track of things too, is a way to exercise your mind. EasyFinder is a recently launched Indiegogo campaign, where it comes across as a patent-pending Bluetooth battery system which will be able to help you locate the slew of your remote and battery-powered devices.
Music is definitely something which is full well capable of lifting up one’s soul, especially when one is down and would need some kind of encouragement and being spurred onward and forward. It raises morale of troops who have been feeling the blues, and can at times bring about a spiritual renaissance in the entire camp. Having said that, embarking on a long road trip without music is pretty much as bad as not having the car’s air conditioning work throughout the journey. While there are other Bluetooth accessories for vehicles, the Kinivo Bluetooth Car Kit does offer you the ability to stream music in your ride as well.
When you’re looking for a Bluetooth keyboard, you want something that is compatible with your devices, cheap, and isn’t a pain to use. Finding the perfect one is always a nightmare, because there are so many options to choose from. The range of quality is pretty staggering, but there are always a few good among the sea of them. We’ve seen some keyboards from Inateck before, and while the quality has been a jump between high and low, it looks like they’re starting to really get the hang of things with the BK1003E Bluetooth Keyboard.
While some don’t mind losing the tactile feeling of typing on a touchscreen tablet or phone, it’s difficult for others. You can’t type as quickly because your fingers can’t feel the keys or spacing between them. If you travel often and don’t want to always be forced to carry a laptop around, then having a Bluetooth keyboard handy can make all the difference. It can be whipped out at a moment’s notice, and often has a longer battery life than your laptop.
Human beings have always been interested in depicting themselves. We’ve made statues, paintings, drawings, and every other variant of an artistic medium you can think of. It comes as no surprise that when everyone got cameras on their phone that hundred of millions of photos of peoples faces began cropping up. This gave rise to the one and only selfie, however, how we now take these images is changing.
We have a lot of devices to keep track of. There are our phones, tablets, computers, music players, and various other gizmos and gadgets that act as alert systems. It makes sense that most of us have exceedingly high anxiety levels, since a buzzer or sound is always going off. If you have your gadgets synced, there’s also a good chance you’ll have multiple devices going off at once, which is understandably a little jarring.
We really do love the idea of a universal remote, but just when you think you find one that might be up to snuff with your standards, something better comes along. That’s just the nature of technology really, but we can’t help but try and keep up with current trends. While the idea of a universal remote is quite swell, it all comes down to whether or not it can control the things you actually care about. If you are addicted to social media, gaming, and watching TV through online sources, then you’ll want something that can accommodate.
There’s a good chance you have at least one universal remote in your home. While it may be able to work across a few different devices, we don’t really bother with figuring out what codes to enter to make everything work together. This usually results in 4 or more remotes hanging out on the living room table. Invariably, one of them goes missing and it’s always the one that changes the channel.
We want to move faster, take less time, and overlap our experiences to be as efficient as possible. We spend time with our friends, while texting our other friends, while looking at the latest on social media. No wonder we’re always looking for a way to escape, as the idea of only doing one thing at a time seems fantastically impossible. Back in the olden days, things like listening to music were singular events, and often had many participants listening in.
There’s nothing quite like listening to crystal clear audio. When playing games, being able to pinpoint different sounds you’re hearing can immerse you into the environment that much more. Knowing exactly what direction your enemy is coming at you from can aid you a great deal in making flash decisions that can ultimately lead to victory or defeat.