Cellphones are pretty much a double-edged sword when it comes to communication, but sometimes people around tend to abuse this communications tool at the most inappropriate moments. You still see idiots yakking away at the cinema or library, while others pay the dead no respect, letting their latest Akon ringtone drown out the funeral band’s rendition of “Amazing Grace”. The Cell Phoney is one device that would have such folks scrambling for their handsets – only if it came out during the early days of mono ringtones. I suppose this $9.99 device is seen as outdated, since lacks support for polyphonic and MP3 ringtones. It ought to do well in developing nations where there are still plenty of mono ringtone handsets being circulated.
The best electric leaf blower for most users is the DeWalt DCBL772X1 60 Volt. It’s strong, durable and a full charge lasts around 30 minutes after which you could replace the battery with a spare one and keep going.
The best digital picture frame is the Pix-Star PXT515WR04. It has wireless connectivity with a special app that’s compatible with IOS and Android platforms and it supports a USB stick as well as SDHC or SDXC memory cards.
Our favorite sunrise alarm clock is the Philips SmartSleep HF3670/60. It comes with a Sleep Mapper app for improved sleep hygiene and a special breathing light that can make falling asleep a lot easier.
When it comes to the best computer speakers we recommend taking a look at the Harman Kardon Soundsticks III. They are visually stunning with their ultra-modern shape and transparent housing and deliver a superior sound quality