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Gadgets are just pieces made of plastic or metal in our lives, right? Not quite. About two
decades ago phones were only meant for making calls. There was nothing called a Tablet.
PCs were only used to send emails. Things have changed now with cool electronic
gadgets on the market.
Nowadays it is possible to find wallpaper-thin Tvs, drones that can dive underwater, and a
computer the size of a credit card.
Voice-activated artificial intelligence, wireless charging, and digitized note-taking provide
just a hint of what is to come. More than anything as tech evolves the main benefit will be
that life becomes a bit easier.
Many high-profile tech companies typically hold their own separate events throughout the
year to unveil new electronic gadgets, rather than debuting at world renowned exhibitions.
Let’s take a look at the next big trends in tech 2018.
We collected the list of cool electronic gadgets you wouldn’t want to miss.
In the race to lead the way in voice-control command software, Amazon Echo is claiming a
stake in the niche market.
You can order cabs, run Spotify playlists, turn your heating up (via the smartphone app
Hive), get a takeaway, search Google, and a myriad more besides. And all at the sound of
B&O Beoplay A2 active speaker
B&O has made the best portable speaker on the market even better: its A2 speaker. A
beautifully designed, slate-grey sound tablet, with its rich bass and clearly defined mid-
range, blows away the nearest non-portable speaker competitor.
With its beautiful leather strap handle, it was always portable – only now it’s also splash
and dust resistant. Factor in its amazing 24-hour battery life and nothing else comes close.
Beosound’s latest portable wireless speaker comes complete with 360-degree sound
performance, a solid aluminum exterior, and 16 hours battery life. A super piece of
equipment to have, especially at party season events.
As a true portable speaker BeoSound 1 supports everything from Google Cast to Bluetooth
to AirPlay and DLNA. The BeoLink Multiroom technology connects all your products in one
wireless system. Great sound with no strings attached.
The PlayStation VR has plenty of party tricks up its sleeve. It can make you feel you are
somewhere else completely. It can fool your mind into experiencing vertigo, or give an
unrivalled gaming experience.
PlayStation are one of the leaders in the gaming world, but PS VR must be experienced
firsthand to truly understand its VR capabilities.
Polaroid Snap Instant
Retro with a modern twist, the Snap Instant from Polaroid prints out your photos like a
classic Polaroid, but, thanks to digital imaging, doesn’t require any ink. And it looks very
sleek too – arguably the Mini Cooper of cameras.
Lenovo Smart Assistant
This new speaker from Lenovo is a slightly cheaper and more colorful alternative to the
Amazon Echo. It includes eight microphones that Lenovo claims can pick up speech from
16 feet away.
Also, as it’s powered by Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant, you would get the same software
abilities that you would with Amazon’s own gadget on the Lenovo Smart Assistant.
Similarly, Lenovo is promoting the Smart Assistant as an ideal taskmaster or virtual
assistant like answering questions, managing calendars and to-do lists, and playing music.
Razer Project Valerie
Razer’s Project Valerie concept does wonders for multitasking by adding two foldable
displays that expand out from the primary screen in the center. This allows the user to work
or play more all on one screen.
Each display is 17 inches diagonally and supports 4K resolution. Razer says they can be
used independently or together as one giant display, which is ideal for places where the
user needs multiple screens to work, such as an office environment.
The downside though is its weight at 12 pounds. This makes it limited to mainly beefy
gaming laptops, but is way more than the average notebook.
While some laptop and desktop computers are designed to be customized and upgraded,
Intel is conjuring up ideas about how we’ll be upgrading the various Internet-connected
home appliances and robots we may own in the future.
Introducing Intel’s Compute Card, a mini-computer, which is about the size of a credit card,
designed to be easily inserted into smart devices.
The notion is to make upgraded electronic gadgets such as smart refrigerators, interactive
retail kiosks, and connected security cameras as easy as taking out one component and
replacing it with another. The advantage of this methodology is that it makes it no longer
necessary to buy a complete new system once new standards in connectivity or faster
processors are introduced.
Essentially, the computer includes all of the components of a standard-sized computer,
including a processor, memory, storage, and wireless technology.
PowerVision’s new PowerRay drone sounds like a fisherman’s dream. This waterproof
vehicle, which can operate in fresh and salt water, comes with a 4K camera that can shoot
It’s compatible with an optional FishFinder lens add-on that uses a sonar system to detect
fish and send images back to the user.
Motiv Smart Ring
If you believe fitness trackers have always traded style for function, then the new Motiv
smart ring will make you think again. It’s a fitness tracker that’s one of a kind and is shaped
like a ring.
Designed to be worn 24/7, it measures your active minutes, heart rate, step count, distance
covered, calories burned, and sleep pattern. Made of ultralight titanium, not only is it
waterproof up to 5 ATM, it will look stylish on your finger too.
Meet Kuri, a little home robot with a cheerful personality. Essentially a mobile security
camera with smart-home control capabilities, Kuri acts like a nanny and can roam your
home checking on your kids and pets when you’re not around.
Kuri is quick to learn your home’s floor plan, capture photos and videos with its onboard
camera, has face recognition and sound detection. A gizmo to reassure any working parent.
All of the commotion about Apple’s Airpods, the replacement for the headphones for the
iPhone 7 phones, was not the manufacturer’s finest hour. They looked like regular Apple
earbuds with the power cords cut off. Released quietly, way behind schedule and received
universal criticism from just about everyone.
Plenty of companies came out swinging against Apple in the aftermath, but Motorola were
the ones to put their money where their mouth is and released the VerveOnes.
They’ll work with iOS and Android devices, giving them a universal edge. Allegedly have
eight hours of battery life (the AirPods only claim five), are splash-proof, lightweight and
deliver impeccable sound quality and are slightly less expensive than the AirPods.
Faraday Future 1050HP Electric Car
As the auto industry becomes more tech-dependent, automobiles are claiming more and
more of a stake in the fun at CES. This year’s stand out automobile was the FF 91 from
The FF 91, Faraday Future’s flagship car, has many unique features like a 1,050HP electric
motor that does 0-60 mph in 2.39 seconds, a range of 378 miles, a built-in WiFi hotspot and
facial recognition that allows for keyless entry.
From the looks and technical specs alone it certainly outclasses the nearest comparable
Tesla Model S and X and giving that manufacturer a run for its money.
The idea of a smart home is now a reality, and the Google Home is the latest entry into the
voice-controlled assistant category.
As it is from Google, The Google Home benefits from Google’s extensive artificial
intelligence experience. It allows the homeowner to play music, set timers, calculate
conversions while you cook and control other smart home products.
The cool thing being all this can be done with the sound of your voice.
HP Sprocket Portable Photo Printer
The Sprocket from HP is an ultra-portable photo printer that lets you print photos from your
phone. This Bluetooth-enabled gadget works with iPhone and Android smartphones with
the free app. This is a great gift for teens, college students and young adults.
These wearable breast pumps are a totally hands-free alternative to the traditional electric
pump. The FDA-approved pumps are meant to be slipped into the wearer’s bra, freeing up
users to do other activities.
Once Willow senses the storage bags are full, it stops on its own. It’s even quiet enough to
wear out of the house.
This digestive tracker wants to help you figure out which foods are most compatible with
your body. A user blows into AIRE like a breathalyzer in order to determine the level of gas
in his or her bloodstream.
The data gathered on AIRE’s smartphone app estimates how a user’s body will respond to
different types of foods, giving a more objective approach to dieting.
It’s no doctor, dietician or nutritionist replacement, but it could offer useful insights about the
effects of a user’s diet.
Jet Pack International H2O2
Jet Pack International are making great strides in jetpack technology with the H2O2 and
H2O2-Z jetpacks. As the name suggests, both the H2O2 and H2O2-Z are hydrogen
peroxide-fueled jetpacks that will allow users to fly at up to 77 miles per hour at a maximum
height of 250 feet.
So far, the higher-capacity H2O2-Z is only capable of a maximum flight length of 33
seconds and a maximum travel distance of 3,300 feet.
A real-life equivalent of the Star Wars speeder bike, and the result of more than 15 years of
research and development, the Aerofex Aero-X brings science fiction to life.
Powered by a water-cooled 240 horsepower engine and two large rotors, the Aero-X can
hover at an altitude of 12 feet and travel at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. It can also
carry up to 310 pounds. The potential for the Aero-X is boundless.
TALOS Iron Man suit
TALOS stands for Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, a combat suit that the US Army
hopes will become a reality within the next four years. The TALOS provides ballistic, shock
and fire protection for Special Operations soldiers.
A collaboration between universities, government agencies and corporations, the
development of the TALOS suit is to provide these soldiers with better, more mobile and
more versatile protection than what currently exists.
The Titan Arm is the work of a team from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a strength-
enhancing upper-body exoskeleton that will help you lift an extra 40 pounds. It’s designed to
give you extra power when lifting, without the need to work out at the gym. Be it like a winch
attached to your arm.
The Titan Arm is built to help rehabilitate people who’ve suffered serious arm injuries or
strokes as well as to provide some extra strength and protection for anyone who lifts heavy
objects for a living, thus eliminating any potential compensation claims or employment
Super Maglev Train
China and Japan already have very fast Maglev trains that are capable of reaching over
260 miles per hour, but the next-generation Maglev technology will apparently be even
faster. The Chinese researchers behind the technology have it dubbed Super Maglev.
Super Maglev is designed on the same Maglev technology, but incorporates the train in a
vacuum tube. This reduces air resistance, and the reduction in air resistance, the
researchers claim, could see trains reaching speeds of up to 1800 miles per hour.
Constructing long vacuum tubes and keeping them pressurized is certainly no easy feat.
However, if scientists and engineers can figure that out, we may one day be able to cross
large distances quicker and safer than we’ve ever imagined possible.
Cave2 is a hybrid reality environment that lets artists, scientists and engineers become fully
immersed in their research, giving them a much greater insight into their field. Made up of
72 LCD panels, a 20-speaker surround sound system and a 10-camera optical motion
tracking system, it is a 360-degree structure that wraps around the user.
With 3D glasses, scientists and engineers will be able to virtually experience and move
through anything. A doctor or medical student can move through the human body. An
astronomer can delve into the solar system in immense detail. The potential for Cave2 is
enormous, especially for situations involving large amounts of data requiring visualization.
3D printing is gaining accolades the world over, convincing people that it’s for more than
just gadgets. Food is also something that can feasibly be 3D printed.
German company Biozoon is harnessing the power of 3D printing to create seneoPro, a
range of 3D-printable powder mixtures that solidifies when printed but also very quickly
melts when eaten. Patients who suffer from dysphagia – the inability to swallow – would
benefit from such technology as it would reduce the risk of choking.
As 3D-printed food is so versatile, it gives the ability of any amateur budding chef to conjure
up all kinds of mixtures and recipes. And you can also add coloring agents and texturizers
to make the food even more appealing.
Dipole Coil Resonant System
Until recently, wireless charging meant charging without wires and cables. However, a
team from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology says wireless charging
can also be done remotely.
The team recently demonstrated a prototype of a new Dipole Coil Resonant System
(DCRS) that can wirelessly power devices up to 15 feet away. It does this by using a
magnetic field. This field is apparently powerful enough to charge up to 40 mobile phones.
The team claim it can also power larger devices such as TVs and stereo systems.
For now though, the technology is still in its infancy, but Cota is the closest and latest
technology that will be available to everyone over the coming months.
The Hover Camera is effectively a type of drone. It can snuggly fit in pockets as it easily
gets folded like a book and it has a very light weight (242g), which makes it portable and
easy to carry almost anywhere.
This Hover Camera can take photos and videos from different perspectives. It’s very simple
to use and it has “Release and Hover” functionality, which is… (expand on this). It can take
13 MP photos and can shoot 4K videos.
It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.3 GHz Quad-core processor. Instead of running
on GPS, it uses body and face recognition. It can easily connect to your phone over WiFi,
and after you have shot any photo/video, it gets downloaded on your phone.
This camera has gone through various Drop Tests, Twist Tests, etc. It follows you around
and it also has 360 spin and orbit mode. You can also do camera angle adjustment.
This is an intelligent belt which cares about your health and presents you with health data. It
a normal looking belt with unique functions. It counts how many steps you have taken,
counts how many calories you have burnt while sitting, and it also measures your waist
The belt almost monitors your overeating habits. You can keep track of these on the
WELT’s mobile application.
Luke Reborts Smart Lamp
The World’s First Truly Intelligent/Smart Lamp by Luke Reborts has got 300 powerful LED’s
that has the capability to brighten any corner of your room. You can take light anywhere
It has also got the feature of indirect lighting with various multiple color options. So,
whatever the situation is, it has various colors to suit your mood. A benefit for people
suffering from conditions such as SAD. It’s also got a “Paint Your Light” feature. You can
paint in your desired direction.
The more you paint, the brighter the light gets.
Pup: The Connect Pocket Scanner
Pup is the first connected pocket scanner, which is very easy to use and feels very different
while using it. It’s lightweight, so can be ported almost anywhere. It has got a great long
lasting battery life, so enjoy using it.
So, next time when you want to upload your papers using this, just choose your destination,
press the button, fit it according to your page dimension and your file will be transferred
It’s annoying having to unplug and re-plug as you maneuver your vacuum from room to
room. The CordZero Stick has a motor that spins 16 times faster than an airplane engine,
leaving floors spotless with its powerful suction.
The vacuum also has an advanced filtration system to keep dust out of your house.
Complete with a self-standing charger and two removable batteries, the chances of running
out of charge are minimal, and so gives the LG Cordzero Stick the ability and ease
cleaning a studio apartment or two-story home on a single charge.
There’s also a canister version that automatically follows you throughout the room, thus
eliminating to drag or pull on a cord.
Kate Spade bangle tracker
Keeping track of your wellness goals has never looked so chic, thanks to Kate Spade’s
jewellery-meets-activity tracker. Besides measuring steps and sleeping habits, it helps you
set personal goals with motivational reminders, controls music and even works as a
photography remote for your phone to get that viral shot.
And the cute bit is it can do all this without needing to be charged up, giving it a massive
Cool electronic gadgets enhance our effectiveness.
Prior to the innovation of the telephone or the more recent e-mails, sending messages and
letters would take considerable time to reach its destination.
The software created for applications in the net and telecommunications are absolutely
nothing but technical gizmos. These new electronic gadgets really have advanced human
efficiency in regards to work and made the world a much better place to live in.
Technology never stands still: it’s always changing, adapting and progressing, and quite
often things that seemed improbable (or even impossible) at one time can quickly start
becoming possible only a few short years afterwards.
While you won’t see some of the above cool electronic gadgets readily available
everywhere yet, in due time they will become actual products you can see, touch and