New & Unique Gizmos To Look Out For In 2016
Every person owns a smartphone; in fact, smartphones has become the way of our existence. The technology we see, we develop defines our way of living. But there are many other devices that can be more helpful in making our smart life a possibility.
Many of us are unaware of gadgets other than smartphones, tablets and so on. Here are the devices you were clueless but will be available in Indian markets as soon as they are launched.
Shiftwear, a new-gen shoes, can change its colours, designs, patterns and so on that can be customized via its Android, Windows or iOS app. Its Kevlar fibre-coated soles make it durable, while its waterproof design (up to 5m) will let you step out in the rain without damaging the displays. Each pair is powered by batteries that are rated to last 30 days without a recharge and can be charged wirelessly
YoCam is a small size adventure camera that took motivation from GoPro camera. This camera weighs 55g and fits in the palm of your hand. This midget is packed with a microSD slot, a 700 mAh battery that gives two hours of video and an 8 MP sensor that can capture good photos even in dim settings. YoCam has an app named Molify that can act as a remote for monitoring all the actions that the camera can do.
Comet is the first smartphone that floats in water and works perfectly post the accident. The device claims of a heavy-duty 2GHz Snapdragon 810 quad-core processor, 4GB RAM, up to 64GB storage, two 16MP cameras, a 2800mAh battery and a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED display. This smartphone can give other phones a run for their money as it is water-resistant and is affordable.
Beker is a personal music playback system that sieves all the noises sounds while in traffic, jogging and so on. The device weighs 34g and is functioned through bone transmission, which means the audio is took through your skull vibrating the little bones in your middle ear. The technology in it is nonthreatening, waterproof and comes with a 4GB internal storage.
The Fleye is a four-rotor drone that looks like a football and hovers in the air without hurting itself. This device is an onboard Linux-based computer with a dual-core processor. It consists of 512 MB of RAM, two graphic processors, GPS, multiple sensors and a 5MP camera that is capable of capturing full HD videos at 30 frames per second. The Fleye can be controlled by its Android or iOS app.
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by techtalks @TechTalks April 7, 2016 5:09 AM UTC