Grace Digital has just introduced its latest streaming radio that has a rich heritage and tradition such as the SiriusXM Lynx portable radio, in the form of the SiriusXM Sound Station. In short, the SiriusXM Sound Station would be an excellent option where subscribers are concerned, especially for those who would want to enjoy their favorite music at just about anywhere — be it at home or at the office.
The SiriusXM Sound Station is a snap to set up, as you can place it on just about anywhere, be it on a tabletop or desk, and it boasts of a future forward design that is definitely not embarrassing at all. Sporting a matte black finish with minimalistic aesthetic, the SiriusXM Sound Station is extremely portable. Having said that, it will also come with a generously sized display (relatively speaking, of course) that will do its job in showcasing album art as well as channel information for easy viewing.
Users of the SiriusXM Sound Station will be able to customize the kind of music that is played on many of their favorite channels through the MySXM feature. This feature would open the doors to a higher level of personalization in terms of listening experience, and if you would like, you can even back up to the last five hours of music, as well as never miss another radio show from the start with the “Start Now” ability. The SiriusXM Sound Station will also be able to play from SiriusXM’s selection of On Demand content, with the power for listeners to pause, rewind and replay live programming.
Similar to the other radios and speakers in the Grace Digital range, the SiriusXM Sound Station will boast of powerful, full-range sound with an adjustable equalizer. The asking price for the SiriusXM Sound Station stands at $129.99, making it a rather attractive proposition for a gift this Christmas.
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When you’re doing any sort of home improvement, you begin to realize why there are so many tools and accessories for these projects. Not everything is flat-surface-to-flat surface with perfect measurements in well-lit areas that are easy to access. This is why there are drills with lights, tools that vary in size from tiny to industrial, and all sorts of attachments to make your life easier.
While you can usually muscle through some situations, it’s usually better to have the proper tools at hand. It’s the only way to make sure you don’t have to deal with fixing one aspect and scuffing, breaking, or damaging another. This Flexible Screwdriver Extender will make sure that no job is too tight or awkward to reach. This has a 11.5” shaft that is flexible, and will work with any quarter inch hex shank drill bits, connecting to your drill or screwdriver through a 1/4” hex shank.
This comes with 10 bits, and is only going to cost you $14.99, which is a paltry sum compared to how much time you’d spend without being able to snake your way to hard-to-reach spots. Time is money, as we all know. To make this a sweeter deal, they included a screwdriver with a ratcheting handle. While it may not be an amazing tool every moment you use it, when you find that sweet spot, it’s far easier on your body than having to constantly overturn your wrist.
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It was not too long ago that were able to tell the difference between a video that was shot using professional equipment compared to the home enthusiast, but the wonders and advances made in terms of modern day technology has certainly gone a long way in changing that perspective. Our smartphones are more or less capable video recording devices that will be able to capture the goings-on in crystal clear resolution with the right amount of lighting. It is now the amount of shake that helps one tell one video apart from the other. Enter peripherals like the GoPro Karma Grip which intend to make your video recording escapades more professional looking.
The $299.99 GoPro Karma Grip comes across as a handheld and wearable stabilization grip which will work with the HERO5 and HERO4 cameras, where you no longer have to settle for shaky-cam footage, but rather, it enables you to capture really smooth and professional-quality video even when you are indulging in an adrenaline pumping activity.
You can hold it in your hand and chase the little ones around the house, or perhaps to wear it on your chest while you tackle that bike trail in the mountain behind your village, the GoPro Karma Grip will be there to ensure that even ordinary shots are able to look extraordinary.
With the Karma Grip in tow, you will still be able to enjoy full control of the GoPro HERO5 Black and HERO4 Black and Silver cameras. Those who are rocking to the HERO5 Session cameras will have to be a little bit more patient as support for that model will arrive from Q2 2017 onward. WIth the Karma Grip, users will be able to power on and off the camera, start and stop recording, and HiLight tag key moments using a quartet of buttons that are conveniently located on the grip. Not only that, there is also on-the-fly angle adjustment and a lock-and-release feature which will cater for the camera tilt, ensuring that professional looking shots are a snap to capture regardless of the angle.
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If you are are a serious gamer, then you can be pretty sure that you would have made sure your entire gaming set up has been perfected and configured so that you can win. Victory at all costs, and hardware often plays an important role to complement your mad gaming skills. While the gaming keyboard and mouse are obviously crucial to help you maximize your potential, do remember that not all surfaces are created equal, which is why a gaming mousepad is extremely important to ensure that your high quality mouse has the right kind of surface to deliver its full capability. Enter SteelSeries with their QcK and QcK+ Limited gaming mousepads.
SteelSeries is no stranger to the world of gaming peripherals, and the QcK and QcK+ Limited gaming mousepads will certainly help elevate your gaming performance to a whole new level. The QcK Limited range will enhance a classic with new features in an effort to help the gamer increase one’s accuracy, comfort, and longevity.
Specially designed for professional gamers (although we are sure that the average Joe would also benefit from it), SteelSeries’ latest mousepads boast of a never-fray stitching along the edges which guarantee durability and prevent fraying or peeling. The QcK Limited and QcK+ Limited have been designed with a new micro-woven cloth surface, allowing it to optimize tracking accuracy for both optical and laser sensors. With a high thread count and surface consistency that is the stuff of legend, it will further improve mouse glide by minimizing friction. This is definitely not your grandpappy’s fancy looking mousepad!
Regardless of which particular model you choose from, the QcK Limited and QcK+ Limited will arrive with a non-slip base in order to make sure that the mousepad remains anchored to any surface. This would mean you can game worry-free, even in the most heated gaming sessions. The QcK Limited measures 12.6” x 10.6” x 0.12 and the QcK+ Limited 17.7” x 15.75” x 0.12”, retailing for $19.99 and $24.99 respectively if you are interested in upping your game.
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When it comes to wearable cameras, there are quite a fair number of models that are available in the market, but this does not mean that there is no room for improvement. Far from it. Here we are with the PogoCam, which is touted to be the smallest attachable camera of its kind in the world. What makes the PogoCam unique is this is one camera that will be able to redefine personal photography as it merges fashionable eyewear with a camera, now how about that?
Thanks to the folks over at PogoTec, the PogoCam is now ready to rock and roll. You might think that this is in some way similar to that of the Snap Spectacles which will see a camera integrated into some sort of eyewear, but the PogoCam actually differs by virtue of it being easily attachable and detachable, as it can cater to a wide range of frame styles. Heck, this means that even if you do not have to wear a pair of prescription glasses to adjust your eyesight, you can still wear a dummy frame in order to have the PogoCam hooked up for that added touch of tech.
When hooked up to your pair of eyeglasses, in will weigh less than a couple of dimes. The PogoCam makes use of a proprietary new electronic architecture which will enable the highest level of miniaturization while minimizing power requirements, and for a typical user, he or she can “look and shoot” up to 100 photographs or record two minutes of continuous HD video with audio (or 12 ten second clips). Fret not, it will show off a visible courtesy light which blinks so that those around you know that they are being photographed. It even comes with its very own app that will let you focus on your subject as you move around, now how about that?
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You can make someone sit down in a classroom and read a book about how to put together an IKEA chair, but until they’re building it, not all of the dots are going to connect. Humans need real world experiences to understand why and how things are happening around them. Any day you don’t learn something new, you’ve probably died.
If you don’t know what to get someone for the upcoming holidays, a science project is always a fun idea! Well, that’s assuming the recipient has a vested interest in bettering themselves through play, like they would have to do with something like the MudWatt! This fun project is an award-winning STEM kit that will teach you about electricity, microbiology, and energy. Don’t be fooled by its cutesy looks, as this can teach first graders and seniors alike.
The kit harnesses the power of bacteria that creates electricity, and the best part is that you can use dirt from anywhere in the world to make this work. Not only that, but you can add food from your fridge and change the temperature to alter their power output. As the bacteria grows, you can track the progress through an app which will unlock an educational comic to give further insight into what’s happening. The classic version is a $39.99 kit, but there are several different sizes at varying prices for groups or classses ranging small to large.
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Now here is something that you do not see every single day. The FlowMotion ONE happens to come across as being the first compact as well as wearable stabilizer, where it will sport world-class stabilization software that allows it to transform just about any smartphone into a professional-quality camera. In other words, those professional looking videos that you see on your Facebook wall that has been posted by your mates and family members? Yes, those can be yours with the FlowMotion ONE, as it delivers the ability for anyone and everyone to capture smooth and vibration-free video.
The FlowMotion ONE is also small enough to fit in your pocket, making it the one and only smartphone stabilizer which is able to be worn as a wearable, now how about that? Its diminutive form factor also enables you to use it as a handheld device, as it arrives in a unique compact and portable design. There are three ways to use the FlowMotion ONE: firstly, when it is mounted to your GoPro or other camera mounts, to have it paired with FlowMotion’s smart handle with joystick, and last but not least, have it attached to FlowMotion’s carbon extension pole.
The stabilizer is not the only thing that helps the FlowMotion ONE deliver smooth and stable looking videos — it also has the FlowMotion app which delivers auto-follow technology. All that you need to do is to frame a target on the phone screen, and regardless of whether your subject is a person or an object, the FlowMotion ONE will ensure that it remains in focus.
In fact, it is said that the advanced stabilization found on the FlowMotion ONE is so accurate, it will even play nice with the optical image stabilization of new smartphones, such as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from Apple. Those who are interested in seeing the FlowMotion ONE in action can pre-order theirs from Kickstarter for $199 a pop, where it will be compatible with Android and iOS devices.
Dashboard cameras have become so commonplace these days, it is not surprising at all. After all, we live in a very connected and visual generation, where just about everything and anything that can be recorded, will be recorded. I am quite sure that you would have seen your fair share of recorded videos of road rage being shown on social media by now, thanks to the mushrooming of dashboard cameras everywhere. Well, if you have not quite jumped aboard the bandwagon just yet, then you might be interested in picking up the Q-See QGo Dashcam.
The QGo Dashcam is a totally new model from the folks over at Q-See, who are knee deep into the world of home surveillance and security cameras for some time now. Hence, it makes perfect sense to expand their market to include the Q-Go Dashcam, where it is being touted as a digital driving companion. I think that would be taking it a bit too far, as it does nothing more than record down what’s going on in front (or perhaps at the back, depending on how you would like it), whereas a companion would be able to offer so much more than just one way traffic in terms of gathering information.
This next generation of vehicle video surveillance will be able to help protect you against false insurance claims just in case an accident happens. You as well as the court of law would have no doubt whatsoever as to what happened right in front — or behind your vehicle, as the evidence literally speaks for itself. There would be the Auto Recording and Loop Recording features, enabling the QGo to provide constant coverage whenever you hit the road. All recorded video will be saved onto the internal microSD memory card slot, where it can hold up to a 32GB microSD memory card. Thankfully, it comes with an 8GB microSD memory card right out of the box to help you get started.
Wait times for data transfer is also minimized thanks to the included) in size. Avoid data transfer wait times thanks to the QGo’s integrated HDMI port, which also lets you play recordings directly on your HDTV or monitor as opposed to a computer instead. This bad boy comes with an asking price of $99 a pop.
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Listening to music as you’re falling asleep can be a great way to relax your mind and body. The only problem is that when we’re tired and on public transit, listening to music can lull us to sleep and make us miss our stop. This can set you back 10 minutes or several hours depending on how long you’re asleep, which is obviously going to add a level of difficulty to how the rest of the day will play out.
If you need a little help coming to attention with earphones in, these Vibrating Alarm Earphones will help you out a great deal. They work like regular earphones in that you can listen to your music or podcasts like normal, but you can set a timer so that the buds will vibrate in your ears to bring you back to reality. There are even three different vibration settings so that you can find a level strong enough to wake you up.
There is the timer mode, as well as an alarm mode for those who want to use these for sleeping or in the office. They have a 10.5mm driver, TN monochrome LCD display, and use 4 AAA batteries. You should be able to hook in your smartphone or music player, as not being able to would make these awfully expensive at $127 a pop. Even then, this is a pretty pricey gizmo when you could just set an alarm on your phone with regular earphones in.
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When it comes to the traditional alarm clock, not too any homes carry that any more these days. Rather, most of us rely on our smartphones to get the job done. In fact, we might even no longer have a single, proper alarm clock left at home. iHome has come up with its fair share of alarm clock radios in the past, where some models could even change the color accordingly. Well, this time around, there are two more models being made available for the masses — and that would be the all new iHome iBN350 Bluetooth alarm clock which can wirelessly charge Qi compatible devices as well as pair via Bluetooth in a jiffy using NFC. The other model would be the all-new iPLWBT5 clock radio, allowing you to juice up your iPhone and Apple Watch while you sleep, letting both devices tackle your day ahead when you awake.
Perfect for the bedroom, it does not matter whether you settle for the iHome iPLWBT5 or the iBN350. Either one will be able to deliver excellent sound quality as well as support a wide range of music sources, such as Apple Lightning and FM radio (iPLWBT5 only), Bluetooth streaming, USB audio, and aux-in. Not only that, the clocks will both arrive with an integrated microphone as well as advanced acoustic echo cancellation, allowing you to make use of the speakerphone feature without having to experience a loss in audio quality.
The $129.99 iPLWBT5 will be integrated with both Apple Watch and iPhone Lightning chargers, making it a snap to juice up two devices simultaneously. Not only that, Android users with Qi-compatible devices are also not left out of the loop thanks to the $129.99 IBN350 which lets you lay your compatible smartphone or device face up, right on top of the unit in order to have it charge sans any wires or messy cables. There is also the option to charge a secondary device thanks to the USB port.
Any takers for either home alarm clock?