#IFA18 – When it comes to wireless headphones, you have some that are still wired in which earpiece is connected to each other via a wire. Then you get those that are “truly” wireless in which each earpiece exists on its own, like the AirPods, or more recently at IFA we have seen similar solutions launched by Sennheiser and Audio Technica.
#IFA18 – If you were to take a look at home office setups or desk setup videos on YouTube, many of them seem to run a common theme – LED ambient lighting. Most of the time the lights used are those from Philips’ Hue range, but for those looking for something different, you might have heard of Nanoleaf.
#IFA18 – When it comes to drinking water, there are some who are perfectly fine drinking from the tap (assuming wherever you live has filtered tap water). However there are some who feel that even filtered tap water isn’t enough, and sometimes chooses to add another layer of filtering.
#IFA18 – Hearing aids have come a long way since they were first introduced back in the day. For those who have need of such devices, GN has announced the launch of the ReSound LINX Quattro, which according to the company is the “world’s first Premium-Plus” hearing aid solution, and is apparently preferred 95% of the time of music listening.
#IFA18 – Mesh routers are a great way to help ensure that your entire home is blanketed in WiFi. Netgear’s Orbi is one of the available mesh router systems available in the market today, and at IFA 2018 the company has since taken the wraps off the Netgear Orbi Voice. This is an interesting device as it combines a WiFi router with a speaker all into a single device.
Marshall has announced the launch of two new smart speakers at IFA 2018 in Berlin today. Both feature the familiar Marshall design language and Amazon Alexa support. The two models include the Acton II and the Stanmore II, the latter being larger and more powerful. With Alexa onboard, the smart speakers are capable of performing a wide variety of tasks, basically everything that you would expect from an Alexa-enabled device.
Polaroid has launched a couple of new products at IFA 2018 in Berlin. The Polaroid Mint 2-in-1 is an instant digital camera that’s also capable of printing out your pictures there and then. A second product called the Polaroid Mint is a mini instant digital pocket printer.
Fossil sub-brand Diesel is known for its large watches so it didn’t really come as a surprise when the company launched its equally large first smartwatch last year called the On Full Guard. It had a case size of 48mm, not a lot of Android Wear smartwatches went up to that size. Diesel is back with a new smartwatch at IFA 2018 and it sticks to the script wth the […]
Garmin today announced a new activity tracker at IFA 2018 called the vivosmart 4. It does what you would normally expect from an activity tracker, and then some. The device has a wrist-based pulse OX sense which enables it to allow users to keep an eye on their blood oxygen saturation levels.
As great and portable as smartphones and tablets are, when it comes to productivity it’s hard to beat a regular computer or a laptop. However if you absolutely must use a smartphone or tablet, then perhaps getting a keyboard attachment for it could be an alternate way to help boost your productivity.
While in this day and age, a lot of cameras were designed to capture digital photos have them stored on computers, there are still companies out there such as Fujifilm and Polaroid who are still pushing film and features like on-the-spot printing. If you do enjoy the process, then you’ll be interested to learn that Polaroid Originals has launched its latest instant camera: the OneStep+.
Dell has launched its new Inspiron 7000 Series that features three different screen sizes and five base models that are configurable to fit a vast range of user requirements.
The Inspiron 14 5000 2-in-1 computer has just been announced at IFA. Designed to be affordable and easy to use, it is a mid-range Windows laptop that comes in two models, 5482 and 5481 that have slight configuration differences.
At IFA, Dell is launching a few Chromebooks, and while most are designed to maximum affordability, The Inspiron Chromebook 14 has a higher quality than one might imagine, for a Chromebook.