Samsung Electronics has announced series of products ahead of IFA 2015, this time they unveiled its Wireless Audio 360 speaker range known as R5, R3 and R1 models. The Omni-directional shaped speakers feature a new built-in tap-and-swipe user interface and an improved Multiroom app for customers’ smartphones, tablets and smartwatches.
It's a Bluetooth keyboard with good-sized keys that are raised and have the kind of action which lets you know you've actually pressed the CAPS Lock and it's designed to be paired with tablets and even smartphones to give you an authentic typing experience. Best of all, it actually folds down into a tiny slim form which can easily be tucked away into your bag or case.
This is the portable battery that attaches to a window and uses solar power to charge a smartphone or tablet. The device has a suction cup that allows you to mount it to a window in a car or plane and the built-in solar panel charges the internal 1,000 maH lithium-ion battery.
A smartphone or tablet connects to the unit through its USB port (cable not included) and the device charges an iPhone 6 up to 44% and iPhone up to 56% on a full charge.
Sony has officially unveiled its latest smartband known as SmartBand 2 designed to monitor your health and fitness.
The Smartband2 will keep track of it all. Your heart rate, movements, sleeps, even your moments of calm and excitement. Then SmartBand 2 will measure your pulse and stress level, so you can decide if today is a day to take it easy or go for it.
SmartBand 2 keeps an eye on your pulse and stress level, checking how your energy rises and falls. Then you can see what keeps you calm, what makes you excited and everything in between. So you can start doing more of what makes you, you.
With an inbuilt heart rate monitor, the SmartBand 2 constantly checks your pulse, whether you’re on the move or sitting at a desk. See what activities raise your heart rate, and how your heart returns to its normal resting rate.
Google has introduced OnHub WI-FI router the help you stream and share in new ways our old routers were never built to handle.
In partnership with TP-LINK, Google launched OnHub, a different kind of router for a new way to Wi-Fi. Instead of headaches and spotty connections, OnHub gives you Wi-Fi that’s fast, secure, and easy to use.
Designed for the Home
Many of us keep our router on the floor and out of sight, where it doesn’t work as well. We replaced unruly cords and blinking lights with internal antennas and subtle, useful lighting, so you’ll be happy placing OnHub out in the open, where your router performs its best.