For those who are unfamiliar with timepieces, every year there is a watch event held called Baselworld where watchmakers from around the world come together and show off their latest products. Now this year’s Baselworld was particularly exciting as the event saw the debut of smartwatches from otherwise more traditional companies, like Breitling for example.
It also saw two smartwatches from Vector make their debut – the Luna and the Meridian, and for those who have been keeping tabs, you will be pleased to learn that these two smartwatches have been pegged for a general release come September later this year. For those who are unfamiliar with Vector, they are a company founded by former Timex CEO Joe Santana, so safe to say that they have some experience with watches. Read full post →Vector Smartwatches Will Be Launched In September
Are you a fan of drones? If you are and you’re more of a hobbyist rather than a professional who uses the drones for work-related matters, you might be interested to learn that Parrot has recently unveiled an entire new series of minidrones. These drones will target users who want to use them in the air, land, or sea, so depending on your preference, there is something for everyone.
Starting with the Airborne models, these are drones that can take to the skies. It will come in two variants – Cargo and Night. Each weighs a mere 58 grams and can be controlled via Parrot’s FreeFlight 3 mobile app after pairing it with the drone via Bluetooth. They also come with built-in cameras, albeit VGA quality, allowing you to snap photos as it flies. The difference in the models is that as their names imply, the Cargo version can carry a tiny payload while the Night model has built-in LEDs that can be used to fly around at night. Read full post →Parrot Announces New Minidrones For The Sea, Land, And Air