Category: Gadgets

In gadgets, we cover coolest gizmos & mobile devices including gaming and iPhone accessories, exotic watches and all other computer peripherals that geeks love

Limited Edition Hublot Big Bang Unico Full Magic Gold is a rare timepiece

Limited Edition Hublot Big Bang Unico Full Magic Gold

Limited Edition Hublot Big Bang Unico Full Magic Gold

Hublot, the pioneer in watch-making industry has come up with a Swiss timepiece to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Iconic Big Bang collection. All set to make its appearance at the BaselWorld 2015, Big Bang Unico Full Magic Gold watch is as exclusive as it can get. Made from the fusion of a revolutionary material they call the Magic Gold, this watch is world’s only scratch-resistant 18k gold watch. This material created by Hublot is twice as hard as standard 18 carat gold since it is 1,000 Vickers while standard 18 carat gold is only 400 Vickers.
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3D printed Apple Watch bands add a touch of flamboyance to your smartwatch

3D printed Apple Watch bands

After much waiting, the Apple Watch has been finally released to the world and it is no wonder that people are going to try it out. Third-party manufacturers are also looking to cash-in the rage with quality accessories that make Apple Watch even more lucrative. 3D Systems, a pioneer in 3D printing material has collaborated with FreshFiber to create very refreshing 3D printed Apple Watch bands that make your smartwatch look a lot more trendy.
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At just two pounds and 13.1mm, new Apple MacBook is thinnest and lightest Mac ever

Apple MacBook 2015

Apple MacBook 2015

Apple have just unveiled their latest MacBook which is ridiculously thin and is even lighter than the MacBook Air. The notebook was announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook event along with the much anticipated Apple Watch at Spring Forward Apple Watch which took place in San Francisco on March 9. Reinvented the notebook to create an all-new notebook line, the latest MacBook 2015 is just 13.1mm and weighs only two pounds. 24% thinner than the 11in MacBook Air, it’s the thinnest and lightest Mac ever.
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Podo stickable camera is one step ahead of selfie stick camera accessories

Podo stick camera

The rage for selfie cameras and action cameras is in the trend these days, and for reason too. It gives a whole new, never before seen perspective of photography and unique ways to innovate. Podo wireless camera is another innovative photography accessory that gives you freedom to shoot from any angle, and on any surface. This re-stickable camera attaches to any surface and shoots photos, videos and time lapse sequences in many new ways. Perhaps a good competition for the trending selfie stick accessories. You can stick it to any surface; walls, trees, tables, windows, iron brackets etc. with the micro-suction cups that hold-on to any surface.
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Gold version of Apple Watch to set you back in excess of $10,000

Apple Watch Edition

Apple Watch Edition

At the Spring Forward Apple Watch event in San Francisco, Apple unveiled the release date, pricing details and specifications of its most awaited product ever. Yes, we are talking about the Apple watch which was first introduced in September last year during the iPhone 6 launch event. Referred as the most personal Apple device ever, the smartwatch will be offered in three variants: Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch and the Apple Watch Edition. The wearable will be available for pre-orders from 10 April and the in-stores sales will start in U.S., Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and Britain from April 24, 2015.
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Uamp: Portable headphone amplifier for high quality music

Uamp portable headphone amplifier

Uamp: Portable headphone amplifier

For music lovers who don’t like to compromise on high-quality sound, here is a portable headphone amplifier that will enrich your listening experience. Called Uamp, the headphone amplifier is small enough to easily fit in the coin pocket of your jeans. The hi-end audio equipment is developed with an aim to offer the users best possible sound quality on a portable device with affordable price. As current portable music players don’t seem to provide high level of sound quality, the Uamp headphone amplifier is perfect accessory for music lovers looking for high quality audio sound.
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MWC 2015: Fujitsu shows-off iris recognition technology for smartphones

Fujitsu iris recognition infrared scanner for mobile devices

At Mobile World Congress 2015 Fujitsu has released an Iris Authentication System build into its prototype smartphone that recognizes the authorized user to unlock the phone. This new technology has been developed to end the reign of fingerprint scanning and authentication input in mobile devices. This method is full-proof and very hard to forge which gives user more control over the gadget. Not only unlocking of phone, but it can also be used to authenticate the user while using web forms or getting safe access into very secretive files.
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New D7200 – Nikon’s first 24.2 Megapixel DSLR with built-in WiFi and NFC

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During last month, Nikon announced a couple of DSLRs, and that strongly hints how company wants to keep rolling out new models with a couple of modifications or upgrades. Pixel upgrade is a good temptation for amateurs, so Nikon has stepped a litter higher with upgrading to a 24.2 megapixel DX CMOS sensor in its new Nikon D7200, a successor of D7100.
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MWC 2015: Spiral 3 Google Project Ara phone coming to users soon!

Spiral 3 Google Project Ara phone

Google’s Project Ara has been a very ambitious attempt to make a modular smartphone that is highly customizable and gives the user freedom to make hardware changes whenever needed. Good news is that you might see the Google Ara Project in less than six weeks, as an equally ambitious Miami-based venture Yezz has adopted Google Ara as a platform for their component manufacturing and teaming up with Google for releasing the first phone dubbed Spiral 3.
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GDC 2015: Nvidia Shield is a gaming supercomputer that doubles as a thumping set-top box

Nvidia Shield gaming console

Nvidia Shield gaming console and media streaming device

At the Game Developers Conference going in the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Nvidia has revealed their 4K Android Gaming Console that looks damn good. To make things interesting for gamers, they have also announced the Grid game-streaming service which will provide the users with on-demand games in the cloud in 1080p Full HD resolution at 60 fps.
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