6 Crazy Tech Gadgets That You’ll Want This Christmas

 

 

1. JellyComb Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard

Bluetooth keyboards are one of the most convenient ways to access your tablets while on the go. Now, thanks to JellyComb, This brand new pocket-sized folding wireless keyboard is the perfect solution to anyone travelling or just wanting to save a little space. The keyboard gives its user a miniature set of QWERTY keys that folds down to roughly the size of a large smartphone for easy storage. Its metal and polymer construction is both durable and light, weighing in at just over 10 ounces.

The Jelly Comb folding wireless keyboard is compatible with any capable iPhone, Windows, or Android phone, and rings in at approximately $28 from Amazon.

 

2. Loop Universal Power Adapter

Do you travel a lot and find yourself always stuck with the tedious task of buying and/or packing a hand full of power adapters just to be able to use all your tech overseas? Chances are you or somebody you know has or is currently traveling to a foreign country sometime soon and could use this new product by the name of “Loop.”

So, what actually is loop? It’s not just your average universal plug adapter — in addition to every kind of plug/socket you could ever need, it’s also equiped with smart power tech that automatically detects, recognises, and then adapts to your device’s unique charging protocol. This allows Loop to find the optimal recharging speed for your device, which ultimately translates to shorter charging times. Pretty convenient, eh?

 

3. Tile Mate

The one major drawback with tiny cool gadgets these days is that they can easily get lost, and unfortunately, losing our smaller pieces of tech is a pretty common occurrence. If you find that you’re someone who may need some help keeping tabs on the smaller stuff, Tile item finders could be your solution to keeping tabs on all your tech. The keychain-sized Tile Mate is a diminutive 1.3 inches long and is just 0.2 inches thick. What’s the catch? All you need to do is simply attach a tracker to any item and you can use the Tile companion app to locate it virtually anywhere. Even without the app, you can still find nearby items by remotely making the Tile vibrate, flash, or ring.

A single Tile Mate tracker will set you back around $20 each, but you can opt for their popular four-pack option that’s available on Amazon for just $35.

 

4. Fitbit Alta HR

If you don’t have a fitness tracker, the Fitbit Alta HR is a great place to start your fitness journey. Unlike many other famous smartwatches, the battery on the new Fitbit Alta HR lasts an entire week and the slim and discreet band houses plenty of tech and knowledge accessible at your fingertips. The Fitbit Alta HR helps track steps, calories burned, sleep and heart rate and comes in six colours.

5. Macbook Air (2018)

Apple is a brand that everyone around the world knows about in 2018. The tech giants are known for continuously making waves in the technology world with their new, inspiring and revolutionary models, and 2018 was no exception. Apple’s build quality is something any Mac, Macbook or Macbook Air lover will commend the company on and it’s new 2018 model brings a wide selection of new features for an experience Apple hasn’t presented before.

6. HTC Vive

The HTC Vive is the best VR headset in the world right now, and by far one of the most sought-out for. The controls are intuitive to use and make its user feel comfortable, the resolution brings even the most picky tech-lovers a feeling of ease and with an incredible  1080p screen per eye, and the base stations mean you can play in a space that’s 13 x 13 feet in size, making gameplay bigger than ever before.

If you’re looking for the best first-generation VR headset around, then the HTC Vive is the one to go for.

 

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