Technology often seems to be advancing at a rapid pace that can difficult to keep up with from time to time. The gap between the present and future technology is quickly shrinking making it even more difficult to stay on top of it all. Here are some of the latest technologies you can expect to see around town just in time for the holidays:
1. Sonos’ Play: 1 is its smallest and most affordable speaker yet
Ideal for any room in the house creating a 5.1 surround
sound setup in your living room beyond compare.
2. The U.S. Army is Building an ‘Iron Man’ Suit for Soldiers
TALOS is the army’s newest design project said to make soldiers faster, sharper and bulletproof.
3. Lenovo Unveils its First 8-Inch Windows 8.1 Tablet
Including front and rear-facing cameras, 64GB of storage and an Intel Bay Trail-T Quad Core Processor, it’s said to be the cleanest design we have seen yet.
4. HP Chromebook 11 is a Laptop with Focus
It may be eye appealing but just make sure you stay connected to the internet because of its limited functionality without the web.
5. Finally a charging Dock that Charges any Apple or Samsung Device- EVEN IN BULKY CASES!
6. Battroborg Pits Remote-Control Robots in Brutally Dun Battle
These mini Robots will have you entertained for hours. The game incorporates motion control remotes, health indicators in the form of tiny lights and an auto-pilot mode so you can just sit back and enjoy the action.
7. Sony Unveils World’s First Full-Frame Mirror less Cameras
8. Edible Boat Powered by Your Cocktail
The fluid powered boat design is constructed with a slit in the middle allowing the fluid you use to escape. Lisa Burton discovered that the water acts like a rope that tugs edible boat forward.
The new system is called castAR which aims to push augmented reality into the mainstream. This new system is focused around a pair of glasses that house two micro-projectors over each lens.
10. This Smart Wheel Makes Cycling in the City a Breeze
The FlyKly Smart Wheel is a circular device that provides an electric-powered pedal to assist after you attach it to the back wheel of your bicycle. The FlyKly is compatible with iOS, Android devices and the Pebble smart watch. Does having the ability to travel up to 20 miles per hour for up to 30 miles make you rethink the reasons to go green?
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