Thursday, 6 November 2014

Gadgets To Keep An Eye On

New Gadgets To Look Out For

Making your life easier is what gadget innovations are meant for, whether you are on the go, in the office or at home. Lately there has been a cluster of new gadgets springing up this year and we have filtered out the ones that’s gonna be lending a hand and not cluttering our lifestyle. Below, I’ve listed 10 hot new gadgets you may want to consider adding to your collection. 

1. Apple iPhone 6

As of Sept 22, this year, Apple has recorded 10 million sales which exceeded their expectations. With two sizes available, one in 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook,iPhone is the most loved smartphone in the world and this latest offering combines the best hardware, software and services ever whereby iPhone fans will no longer have to wait for. 

2. Retina MacBook Pro


When it comes to laptops, the MacBook Pro is tough to beat. In its latest ‘mid-2014′ form it comes in 13 and 15-inch display sizes. The Retina Display gives almost unrivalled detail, while a dual core Intel i5 processor ensures snappy performance. Mac OS X Mavericks, and now Yosemite, completes the package. 

3. LG Lifeband Touch

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As wearables flood the market, the line between fitness tracker and smartwatch is beginning to blur. The LG Lifeband Touch indeed straddles the two, monitoring your daily activity while also offering call and text notifications from your smartphone. It also pairs with LG’s Heart Rate Earphones, which’ll measure your heart from inside your ear. If you fancy decorating your wrist with some wearable tech, this is a solid all-rounder. 

4. Panono

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Throw the Panono up in the air and by the time it lands back in your hands it’ll have captured an impressive 360 degree photograph. If you don’t think that’s awesome then you don’t know awesome. The ball makes taking panoramic shots as simple as it should be, in every direction, in very high resolution image. 

5. Sony Short Throw 4K Projector

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Disguised as a piece of furniture, Sony’s short throw 4K projector delivers the crisp, glorious image you’d expect and more. Capable of projecting 147-inch images, it means you won’t have to do any ugly renovations to get the home cinema you always wanted. So if this is the future of living room viewing, we don’t have to go to the movies. 

6. JVC Everio

JVC’s Everio is a compact all-weather cam packing some impressive features. 40x optical zoom, 60x dynamic zoom, 4.5 hours of battery and strong low light performance make this a worthwhile capture companion that’ll easily slip into a pocket. It’s also water, dust, freeze and shock proof, so well prepared for facing the elements. 

7. Philips Surround Base

In the ongoing quest to transform our living rooms into Imax-rivalling home cinemas, the Philips Surround Base promises to give your viewing experience the audio it deserves. Or perhaps you’d rather use it to pump out some tunes – NFC (Near Field Communications) for one touch Bluetooth pairing is a particularly handy feature. This integrated subwoofer is one powerful living room ally. 

8. Pebble Steel

Pebble kicked off this year by announcing a high-end version of its popular smartwatch called Pebble Steel and this smartwatch looks more stylish than its predecessor, casting aside the standard Lego-ish look, packed with rich features, has a tonne of great apps available, and it means no more awkward fumbling in your jacket pocket the next time you get a text while you’re occupied. 

9. Monster DNA Pro Wireless

These over-the-ear cans come at a high price, but for that you’ll get bluetooth capability, active noise cancellation and a buttonless touch interface. The foldable cans come with automatic switch-off function so you won’t need to worry too much about draining the battery and it looks not half bad either.

10. Elgato Thunderbolt Dock

The Elgato Thunderbolt Dock is the best of its kind. It allows you to connect a Mac to multiple devices with one cable, which is especially useful if your main device is a laptop that you take with you. It can be used for just about any device, thanks to HDMI 1.4, 3.5mm headphone jack and USB 3.0 connectivity. A simple concept with loads of practicality.

All in all, these life-improving gadgets should serve you well for the time being until new innovations are discovered and implemented into upcoming new designs.

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