The Best Gadgets and Gear in 2018

FITNESS TRACKER: FITBIT ALTA HR If you don’t have a fitness tracker, the Fitbit Alta HR is a great place to start. Unlike a smartwatch, the battery lasts a whole week and the slim and discreet band houses plenty of tech. It tracks steps, calories burned, and comes in six colours. The only downside is […]

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  • Build Your Own Phone

    The smartphone market is saturated with hundreds of designs, each with its own unique set of features. Even those dedicated to a specific brand occasionally finding themselves green with envy over another’s wireless charging, slim shape or another feature they wish they had! The solution? THOR! A smartphone in which users can change each and […]

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  • Eero Home WiFi for Smart Homes

    The ideal smart home has changed a lot over the last few years, from a few smart bulbs and a thermostat to video doorbells and robotic lawnmowers. With an ever-growing number of connected devices in your home, there is an obvious bottleneck that can occur: Wi-Fi reliability. The more devices you pile onto your network […]

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  • Sharps Guide to Fridge Setting

    Keep your food fresher at your refrigerator drawers, doors, and shelves. Setting your fridge might seem simple enough, but our team here at Sharp confirm that there is a science behind doing it right! There is a common misconception that once your refrigerator temperature is set, that all sections of the machine remain equally cool. […]

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  • Panasonic`s AI-Equipped Tomato Harvest

    The number of people interested in agriculture in Japan is decreasing. Agricultural high-tech is one of the measures that are seen as a solution to these problems. In the midst of this, harvesting robots driven by AI and robotic technology are gathering attention. The idea is to leave harvesting work, which accounts for 20% of […]

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  • Daylighting Products: Daylight Dimmer

    This skylight dimmer is the latest addition to the company’s SkyVault Series daylight capture system for high-bay commercial spaces. Daylight Dimmer, Solatube International This 29″-diameter skylight dimmer joins the company’s SkyVault Series daylight capture system for high-bay commercial spaces. A butterfly baffle offers even light distribution and reduces flare when opening or closing. It can […]

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  • Star Wars Rebel Snowspeeder

    The Rebel Alliance relied on the power of the snowspeeder in the Battle of Hoth. Now you can create a detailed model of this amazing craft. This converted T-47 airspeeder features two wing-mounted laser cannons and a rear harpoon cannon. Snowspeeder Star Wars vehicle When stationed on Hoth, the Rebel Alliance modified T-47 airspeeders to […]

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  • This Summer`s Waterproof Sony NW-WS413​

    Take your favorite tunes to the pool or in open water! Sony NW-WS413​ Waterproof MP3 Player​ $8.77 Sony’s NW-WS413 waterproof mp3 player is the best option you need to know about today. It has a comfy neckband design, built-in earbuds with excellent audio quality, and 4 GB of storage for music and podcasts. The mp3 […]

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  • Best Beach Towels for Summer 2018

    Spend your summer days lazing — by the lake, pool, ocean, or just perched on a lawn chair in the backyard — make sure you have a beach towel in tow to keep you protected from the hot ground and to dry you off from a midafternoon dip. We picked 11 fun designs to show […]

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  • Smart Speakers – Everything You Need to Know

    Fast-forward to 2018 and smart speakers are practically a household necessity. In the last two years, Google has released smart speakers with its own voice assistant built in, a dozen new models were unveiled at IFA 2017, Amazon launched mark two versions of its Echos, Sonos won us over with its Alexa-powered One, and Apple’s much-vaunted Siri-controlled HomePod has finally hit the shops. But what exactly is […]

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