Gadgets are the fun part of the technology that helps you in enjoying the fruits of developers’ endless toil in a small tool. Do you want to know which gadgets are making headlines this year? Read this post till the end and find out which product to indulge in next.
L’Oréal’s UV Sense
The little sensor fits on your fingernail like a sticker makes it impossible for anyone to know that you are wearing an ultraviolet and temperature sensitive battery-free device on your nail. It comes to an NFC antenna as well and can easily store around 90 days’ worth of data. You will need an accompanying app with this sensor. Every time your smartphone is near the sensor, it will pass its information to the app which will help in keeping track of your sun exposure levels. The L’Oréal’s UV Sense could also come in the form of accessories in the future. The wearable technology was designed by Yves Behar, who added a unique sense of aesthetics to the gadget.
The Wall TV
When it comes to grandiose, nothing beats The Wall TV by Samsung. Called the first Modular TV, the product is simply awe-inspiring. The 146-inch display is enough to take the users into a fantasy world with real, lifelike images, crisp sound, and surreal graphics. What’s really interesting about the TV is Samsung’s claim that the display shape and size can be altered by the users to act as a multipurpose display. The TV comes with MicroLED technology that helps in pricing very deep, almost infinite contrasts.
Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon
If you want to update your ThinkPad, there is no better way than to invest in the new lineup by Lenovo. The laptops come with very pleasing aesthetics and an HDR display that will give some TV sets a run for their money. The difference between the displays of the device and any other laptop on the market is striking- it comes with very deep, bold and vivid colors.
What’s more interesting is that it comes with far-field microphones that could help it by connecting with Microsoft Cortana or Amazon Alexa. It even has a built-in physical webcam cover. The ThinkPad Yoga is also a similarly powered machine featuring eight generation Intel processors.
This is one of the most outrageous products on our list, but Phillips is confident that the headband styled gadget will help you in sleeping better. The company claims that the headband generates a tone that helps you in staying in a slow wave sleep state- a stage in your sleep cycle where the breathing and the brain waves are working at their lowest levels.
The company cites several studies which support the benefits of this state- including better alertness and improved focus. The headband doesn’t make you fall asleep, so it’s not for insomnia relief. Instead, it comes with two sensors that detect when you fall asleep and enter deep sleep states. A built-in algorithm then emits a tone that boosts slow wave activity in the brain and helps you relax.
Would you rather go for the headband or the humongous TV?