Going for a holiday is always a fun thing, but the question is, do you have the stomach to put up with all of the preparations as well as lugging around large pieces of suitcases? The latter can be particularly back-breaking work, but COWA has designed something which seasoned travelers would appreciate. Enter the Rover Speed, touted to be the first AI-powered suitcase in the world that will certainly lift off the weight of dragging your luggage around with you, literally speaking.
Have you ever lost your suitcase before among a sea of passengers or people when you travel? After all, there are only so many different kinds of designs in which luggages come in, and many a time we would have had to tie a bright colored string around ours in order to make it stand out from the rest of the crowd. Perhaps it is time to ditch such thinking and do less heavy lifting upon arrival at the airport through the introduction of the Airwheel SR3 smart robot suitcase.
What are some of the ways which you get around town? Do you do so on a bicycle, or perhaps take the public transport or drive an electric car in order to be as green as possible while reducing your carbon footprint? Well, if a particular destination is not too far away and you do not feel like sweating it out in a vigorous walk, there is always the all-new flagship Onewheel+ XR. The Onewheel+ XR is marketed as an extended range model for on- and off-road journeys as long as it remains within a 12 to 18 mile range, making it a huge increase over the current 6 to 8 mile range that the regular Onewheel+ offers at this point in time. Of course, going farther is not the only advantage of the XR model (which most probably is an acronym for eXtended Range), as this all-new personal mobility device will also boast of increased power, torque and a higher performance level for all riders.
The frenetic holiday season is about to come to an end, and this can only mean one thing: we might be fully drained of our energy to be able to do anything much, apart from resting on our favorite couch and sipping on a hot chocolate with some marshmallows floating inside. Well, here is something that you might want to consider when it comes to obtaining an energy boost: AYO. AYO is a new kind of “light energy” which is able to provide workaholics as well as globetrotters an extra energy boost in order to burn the midnight oil on the eve of a deadline, or upon arrival of a red eye overseas flight, so that one will be ready and raring to go upon touchdown.
Who doesn’t love getting together with friends and grilling some tasty food together? The best part about having a BBQ is that you don’t really have to worry how the party goes since people are just standing around to eat food. The only part that would be troublesome about setting up is if you don’t have a grill, and are cursed living in a shoe box in a big city where you don’t have a yard to have said gathering.
Your parents can scream at you until they’re blue in the face, but it’s not going to make you have better posture. Unless you actively want to change something, you’re not going to, which is why we carry a lot of bad habits into adulthood. Eventually we realize that the things our parents told us to do were for our benefit, and have to begrudgingly change our ways after the fact.
When you live in a hot and dry area, it can be hard to feel hydrated even when you’re drinking enough water! The sun is sometimes hot enough to cook an egg on the pavement, and getting into a car that had the windows rolled up without a reflector is like voluntarily climbing into an oven. Additionally, anything that has been sitting in the car will give off an odor, whether that means snacks, gym clothes, or anything the dog might’ve left behind.
The idea of being able to wear and use a Communicator like those seen in Star Trek is obviously something everyone wants to try. While we have our cell phones, it’s just not the same as being able to tap a pin on your shirt and have instant access to a friend who may or may not be nearby. We got a feel for this sort of device through walkie talkies as kids, and now that we’re adults, we don’t get to use them unless we have to for work.
When you have to uproot yourself to travel for work on the regular, it can be tough to feel grounded. Every slight variant of a hotel room makes you feel more and more detached from any form of stability. Not only that, but it’s hard to keep track of when you are in the world. We bring clothes and toiletries with us when we’re on the road which give us some form of familiarity, but the more you travel, the more you start knowing exactly what items you’d prefer to have handy so you can feel more at home wherever you are.
When you’re going on a trip that lasts longer than a week, you want to pack enough so that you’re not wearing the same thing five times. However, you don’t want to be facing an extra bag charge at the airport, or deal with the fee for going over the 50 pound weight limit for checked bags. The ideal situation is to have a carry on and a personal item, but what options are there if you’re traveling for an extended period of time and have a suitcase that won’t close?