Thanks to Apple’s iPad Pros now offering support for trackpad, we’re starting to see companies such as Logitech launch keyboard accessories for the iPad Pros with trackpads built into them. The resulting design is a tablet that kind of looks like a laptop, but in case you didn’t fancy the design, you’re in luck.
Some of us have sweaty palms and after an extended period of using our mouse, it can get kind of gross (they say our peripherals are actually dirtier than a toilet bowl). If you do suffer from sweaty palms, then you might be interested in checking out the Zephyr gaming mouse which actually comes with a built-in cooling fan.
The problem with taking photos with your smartphone isn’t so much about the quality of the photos, but rather the way it feels in your hands isn’t quite the same compared to a camera like a DSLR. However, if you’re serious about smartphone photography, then you might be interested in Shiftcam’s latest accessory – the ProGrip.
The concept of smart/digital photo frames aren’t new, but earlier this year at CES 2020, Lenovo took the wraps off their Smart Frame. This particular digital photo frame is admittedly one of the more stylish models we’ve seen to date, and based on the photos, could easily pass off as being an actual photo frame.
Wolfenstein was one of the first few FPS games available on PCs back in the day, and one could even go as far as saying that the game, along with others such as Quake and Doom, were instrumental in helping popularize the FPS genre. Now it looks like a gaming company by the name of Archon Studio wants to take Wolfenstein and transform it into a tabletop board game.
The classic iPod has been discontinued for years now, but there’s no denying how big of an impact the device has had on the world. It changed the way we consumed our music and also helped to lead the rise of digital music. If you love the retro iPod, then you might want to check out this cute toy by Classicbot.
Listen, nobody likes cleaning the toilet and we get it, but unfortunately, unless you don’t mind a dirty toilet, someone’s got to do it. However, thanks to the advancement in technology, perhaps we don’t have to. This is where Shine comes in, where with the bathroom assistant, it will automatically clean your toilet for you.
Several years ago, Nebia launched a new shower head for the bathroom. While there are plenty of companies that make shower heads, what makes the Nebia special is that it is supposed to use less water compared to other brands, while at the same time claiming to cover a wider area of your body.
As more companies are starting to ditch the headphone jack, there is a rise in the creation of wireless headphones. However, the problem with wireless headphones is that they run out of battery, something that most wired headphones do not suffer from. However, it seems JBL is looking to solve that problem.
When we think of printers, chances are you might be thinking of those big and bulky gadgets sitting in offices and in the corners of our homes. While they might be perfect for where they are, it also means that printing on the go is essentially out of the question, or is it? That’s the problem that the PrinCube is trying to solve.
Our suitcases and luggage are more than just bags to keep our clothes in while we travel. Over the years, we’ve seen companies try to make these travel essentials smarter. For example, we’ve seen some companies such as Rimowa introduce digital luggage tags. We’ve also seen how some companies have come up with luggage that can follow you instead of you having to wheel them around.
Earlier this year, Apple announced that they would be launching a new Mac Pro computer. The new Mac Pro, unlike the “trash can” design, was created to allow for greater flexibility when it came to upgrading components, but it also featured a somewhat controversial “cheese grater” design, along with a heart-stopping price tag of $6,000 (assuming you don’t fully upgrade it).
One of the ways Apple has been trying to position the iPad Pro has a productivity device is with the introduction of the Smart Keyboard, essentially transforming the tablet into a pseudo laptop of sorts. Apple then upped their game by announcing that with iPadOS 13, they will finally be bringing support for mice.
The problem with a lot of our technology these days is that they are not user-upgradeable. This means that when they are out of date, you either have to suck it up and keep using it, or fork out money for a brand new model. This is why the idea and concept of modular gadgets is so appealing, where we can swap out old components for new ones.