With sleek features, a killer design and some pretty good optics, the Insta360 Nano is the latest and greatest out on the market in this category, with a $200 price tag
The Red Copper Pan by Telbrands is one of a handful of pans on the market donning the non-stick copper technology, a surface that makes cooking, frying and baking a breeze because there’s literally no clean-up, scraping our scouring the pan to get clean.
The Optoma HD142X is the latest budget-level projector from the company, providing not only a cost-friendly solution for home theater, but also a way for folks to experience home theater without a theater room. It succeeds Optoma’s last year line of HD projectors, and offers some cool enhancements, a longer lamp life and a very affordable price.
Nixplay, makers of quality digital photo frames, just came out with their Seed line. It’s a WiFi connected device that can connect to the likes of Dropbox, Instagram, Facebook and other online apps, so you’re able to display photos from those apps right on the frame. The Nixplay Seed also has it’s own e-mail address so anyone can email you photos, and drop them right in the frame without lifting a finger. A companion app (for Android and iOS) is also available, which allows you to upload photos directly from your phone.
When “Pong” was introduced almost 45 years ago, it grabbed the attention of everyone and began the advent of the video game revolution. Since then, there have been millions of video games created, and the mobile technology boom in recent years has revolutionized the industry, and has created a new generation of gamers focused on mobile gaming.
The new Xtreme Cycle Moto-Cam, available this Fall, is upping the ante with a 640-480 VGA resolution camera built right in to the helmet, allowing you to record video at 30 frames per second. You can store 12-15 minutes of video, and enjoy the show after you play.
Teddy Ruxpin, the iconic, best-selling toy from the 1980s is back, and will be available in the Fall 2017. The updated Ruxpin is bringing with it all the features and play pattern from the 80s, plus modern updates.
Azulle, a company specializing in mini PCs and PC sticks, just announced the Azulle Byte Plus, a fully functional PC with a tiny footprint and a sales price well under $200.
Oreck has recently introduced the Elevate line of upright vacuums, which include the Control, the Command and the Conquer, the latter of which we’ll be discussing. All offer a post-modern design, but more importantly, they’ve been engineered to better remove and trap dust and dirt with the reintroduction of bags. They’re also extremely light and deliver supreme performance.
Schneider Electric just released their new connected thermostat dubbed the Wiser Air. It’s designed to deliver efficiency and ease-of-use climate control right out of the box.