Hasn’t Alexa simplified our lives? Have e-gadgets not eased our daily life with their amazing and supportive features?
With the rise of voice-commanding technology like Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant and others, e-gadgets have become a necessary part of our life. They make our work easier by assisting us with their impressive technology.
In today’s world, we use a wide range of electronic devices. Consider the first time you use the gadgets in the morning. You must utilize the alarm clock to wake you up from the moment you wake up until you wish to arrive late at the airport.
In this blog, we will come across 10 such life-saving and cool e-gadgets that can optimize and ease your life to a great extent.
1. Logitech Litra Glow
Glow like none other with Logitech’s Litra Glow. This cool e-gadget will make you glow and provide you light even in darkness.
Sensors on the Litra Glow will adjust the light’s brightness to adapt to different skin tones and diffuse the light so that you don’t look like a deer caught in the headlights. It has also been tested to make sure it is completely safe to use the lamp for long periods of time.
2. Mac Studio
In its latest launch event, Apple listed off a host of new gadgets, but it’s the new Mac Studio that stands out as the most interesting addition. Apple’s latest cool and smart e-gadget is a small desktop computer with a surprisingly high amount of power, the Mac Studio is aimed at creatives with digitally-intensive work.
Coming in two models (expensive and bank-breaking), you can choose how much power you want from your computer. The more affordable option still feels incredibly overpowered, offering 3.4x faster graphics compared to the 27-inch iMac – another incredibly powerful device.
3. Skydio 2+
There are numerous drones on the market right now, all offering something slightly different. However, Skydio’s 2+ has a unique feature we haven’t seen elsewhere that really helps it to stand out.
Through a technology known as Keyframe, you can plan out routes that the Skydio 2+ will follow. You can define complex camera movements and then choose what speed the drone will approach these routes.
Skydio’s aim with this feature was to be able to give anyone the ability to get clean drone shots, no matter their level of skill. Equally, you can use this feature to film yourself doing something if you don’t have someone to pilot it for you.
4. Asus Zenbook 17 Fold
With Samsung taking the helm, the world of foldable devices seems to be flourishing recently. We’ve seen plenty of brands launch their own folding smartphone but at CES 2022, Asus went a step further by unveiling a folding tablet.
The Zenbook 17 Fold is, as the name suggests, a 17-inch folding tablet. It can be folded completely over for easy storage, or you can even bend the display at any angle. Asus has crammed in fancy features like AI noise cancellation, Dolby Vision Atoms and Vision for high-end streaming and, surprisingly for a folding tablet, a lot of ports!
5. DJI Action 2
DJI, along with GoPro, is one of the biggest names in the action camera market and with the Action 2, they are going all-in on modular features.
With strong magnets attached to the camera, you can quickly switch attachments, throwing on a tripod, helmet mount, waterproof cases, a screen and other features you’ll need when trying to keep a camera attached to your body as you leap off a cliff.
Along with the magnetic modular attachments, the DJI Action 2 also succeeds at the features we would expect from an action camera. It offers 4K, 120fps footage, it has image stabilization to keep your footage level through the action and it is water, dust and drop-proof.
6. Opal Camera
The Opal camera is a stylish, high-quality and ‘oh-so-expensive’ webcam, but what else would you expect from a company headed by ex-members of Apple, Beats and Uber!
Marketing itself as a DSLR quality camera in webcam form, this could be the future of webcams. Of course, at $300 this needs to perform well. Along with 4K quality, the camera also features intelligent noise cancellation and a lot of adjustable settings.
7. Emo Bot
This is not just a random robot. This robot is trending on the internet due to its unique wonders. This robot behaves like a friend in need by cheering you up on your lows and sad days; it can make 1000 different faces just to make you laugh.
The price for the Emo Bot is almost similar all over the world, but this very cute robot is only available on its official website for now. Emo is still in progress, so it may take 6 weeks to deliver to your desired location. It is heavy for many countries, but you can risk your money as it’s worth it.
As the world continues to work remotely and online meetings become a part of everyday life, the tech has stepped up to make the process more efficient and immersive, with the Meeting Owl Pro being a great example of that.
Fitted with a 360-degree camera, 8 microphones, and a speaker, it aims to replicate an in-person meeting while separated from colleagues. With an 18-foot audio pickup radius and an automatic zoom that responds to who is speaking at the time, it’s a sophisticated bit of kit that integrates with Zoom, Slack, Google Hangouts and more.
9. A500 Mini
Set for release in early 2022, the Amiga A500 Mini will emulate the Amiga 500, 600 & 120, featuring 25 classics including Alien Breed 3D, Kick Off 2 and Pinball Dreams, with the option to add your own games.
Perfect for throwback fans and retro gamers, it comes with the original-style 2-button mouse as well as a newly engineered 8-button precision gamepad, for ultimate control over your play.
10. Furbo Dog Camera
Leaving your dog alone at a house might be worrisome. But, with this cool e-gadget, you can keep in contact with your pet while being out of the house. The Furbo dog camera comes with a
full 1080p HD camera that will give you a line of sight with your pup, day or night. With a 160º wide-angle lens, 4x zoom and infrared night vision mode, you’ll be able to keep an eye on your pedigree no matter what.
There are a number of handy features including a barking alert that will send a push notification to your phone if your dog is upset, and a two-way chat system that will let you speak to your pet if you need to comfort or calm them down.