What a wonderful time of the year! The time where bank holidays and a pay-check come all at the same time; and if you’re not satisfied with your Easter egg hunting yield, then we may have an idea about where to look for more gadget goodies.
Here’s our list with all our wants for this month.
|Misfit Shine 2 Swimmer’s Edition – Swim, Fitness & Sleep Tracker
If you’re like one of my friends who participates in IRONMAN races, or you’re generally serious about working out, then don’t miss the opportunity to get the Misfit Shine 2 tracker. Made of aircraft-grade aluminum, it tracks a swimmer’s lap count and swim distance, provides a timer countdown, and works for all stroke types. It also tracks your sleep, and connects with smart home devices. There you have it. Now make it yours.
|Rylo 360 Video Camera
With Rylo you can capture everything around you in 4K 360 video. You can also select a standard HD segment from the footage, or go ahead and publish your immersive creation in its entirety. It’s made for videographers on the go, as it easily connects to your smartphone, where you can edit and publish the footage you have just captured. Adventure’s calling.
|Muse: The Brain Sensing Headband
I must admit that the headline is a bit too promising, but I am willing to give this headgear a go. According to its description, Muse is your personal meditation assistant, and it will guide you to a calm mind, by reading your brainwaves and adjusting the sounds you’re listening to. *Magic*
|NuAns CONE All‑in‑one Light, Speaker And Lightning Dock
It does what it says. It’s a light, it’s a smart speaker, and it’s a charging dock for your Apple devices. It also has a brilliant design, which has been well-loved and decorated. Moreover, it comes with an app, which transforms your iPhone into a round-the-clock (see what I did there?) weather and hour station. Neat.
|HTC RE 16.0MP Waterproof Digital Camera
It’s not a periscope. It’s a waterproof camera by HTC. Small enough to hold with one hand, smart enough to sense your grip and turn on and off automatically. Perfect for selfies, underwater fun and for turning heads. I call her “Nessie.” I find it fitting.
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