We all have to write notes, letters, and memos during the day. Whether or not we mean to, we get attached to a certain pen or pencil that we prefer to use for any writing we have to do. The way it feels in our hand and the quality of line it produces starts to somehow seem more comfortable than any other option out there.
We all wish there was an “easy button” for different aspects of our lives. It would be awfully convenient if we could just press a button, and then relationship, work, and other problems in life would just disappear. While you can’t whisk away issues with people, you can make other parts of life far easier. Our smartphones have certainly made things more streamlined, but they can’t do everything for us.
We’ve all dealt with restless nights because there’s too much external sound. Everyone has their own way of dealing with it, but there are two main options most people resort to. Sound machines can drown out the extra noise, while ear plugs can stop almost all sound from entering your ears. If silence is unsettling to you, but you don’t want to turn up a sound machine so loud that it could wake the dead, why not look for an option that combines the two?
While listening to music is usually enough to change your mood for the better, there’s always some aspect to the process that could be improved upon. Maybe that means using an awesome pair of headphones, buying a high-quality sound system, or listening to music live. While those are some of the more ideal options, that’s not always available to us regular folk.
If you have a smartphone, all the information in the world is at your fingertips. You can surf the web to find answers to daily questions, or get a front row seat to the lives of your friends and family through social media. Everything we encounter is becoming more and more connected as time moves on, so it only makes sense that we’re going to see our homes become as intelligent as our phones.
We live on our phones. There are backup batteries and accessories galore to make sure our mobile lives are as seamless and easy as possible, because at this point we can’t imagine a moment without our smartphones. The biggest enemies you will face with your phone is a limited battery life, and not hearing it go off when you’re expecting an important message or call. It’s always when you’re having a bad day that your phone dies and you’ve forgotten to recharge your backup battery, so why not have a backup phone on hand?
When you’re in a musical mood, sitting in a quiet room can be unsettling. You want there to be broadway showtunes, the most brutal of metal, soothing classical, or old-timey folk music without pause. To do that, you’re going to want to either use your phone’s limited capabilities and hope it doesn’t die too quickly, or keep a portable speaker around for when you want to jam out and dance like no one’s watching.
When it comes to having the right kind of Bluetooth speaker, there are many different models out there that one is able to choose from – making it rather challenging for a newcomer to pick and choose one that fits the bill (as well as the wallet, of course). Divoom has stepped forward with the Divoom Airbeat-10, where this is no ordinary Bluetooth speaker since it also doubles up as a speakerphone to boot. Recognized universally for its superior quality where aesthetic design as well as audio performance are concerned, the Divoom Airbeat-10 will feature a suction cup that does have its use as you read on after the jump.
If you keep your phone in your bag, the convenience of a smartwatch is likely very tempting. Not only do you get to wear a modern timepiece on your wrist, but you won’t miss calls because you didn’t know your phone was going off when it was out of sight. Of course, it only alerts you when you have an incoming message or call, and you’ll still have to rummage for your phone.
There are a few different ways to listen to music with your headphones on. You can turn the volume down and half-listen to the world around you, turn it full blast and act like you’re not dancing your socks off in your head, or turn it up and dance like no one’s looking. If you prefer to do the latter of those three, chances are you’re going to want a headset that isn’t going to tangle you in a mess of wires.