The tech world is ever evolving as numerous gadgets with versatile features are released each year. We have compiled a list of the best gadgets that can change the way you live your daily life. If you are a tech-savvy person, you will be tempted to lay your hands on products mentioned in our list of the hottest gadgets of 2016.
Zungle Panther Sunglasses
One of the hottest new gadgets that you can get your hands on this summer is the Zungle Panther sunglasses. The innovative new sunglasses from a Los Angeles startup also work as headphones with built-in bone conduction speakers that are able to transmit sound waves to the skull via vibrations.
The Zungle Panther sunglasses offer users a wire free experience as it can be connected to a smartphone via bluetooth. Users can use all the music apps they wish without any wire worries. The sunglasses also offer a built-in noise-cancelling microphone that lets users make and answer phone calls.
Other features include:
- Easy Control One Jog Dial – A dial that turns the device on and off. It can be paired through bluetooth and can control volume and song selection.
- Hidden USB Port – A port that is built-in and hidden on the hinge.
- Lightweight Design – Weighs only 45 grams (0.1lb/ 1.5oz).
- Offered in five different color frames – Black, white, gray, neon green and neon pink.
- Replaceable Lenses – Offers seven different colors of 100$ UV400 protection lenses that users can choose from when purchasing a ?Zungle Panther sunglasses.
However, the sunglasses have yet to hit the market as the company is still crowdfunding for its production.
Lenovo’s Phab 2
While a number of smartphone devices continue to flood the market, the most impressive is the Lenovo Phab 2 first Project Tango smartphone. Project Tango is a Google technology platform that uses computer vision to enable mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to detect their position relative to the world around them without using GPS or other external signals. This allows application developers to create user experiences that include indoor navigation, 3D mapping, measurement of physical spaces, recognition of known environments, augmented reality, and windows into virtual 3D worlds.
Tango opens up immense interesting possibilities for smartphone users. For example, there?s a Home Improvement by Lowe?s, which will let users choose an item they wish to buy, and see whether it fits or looks good in the space of their home. Users can pick any piece of furniture on the app, view it through their phone. Relying on the sensors in the phone, the app will let you determine whether the table you are planning will actually fit in the space of your home or not.
The Phab 2 Pro has a 16 megapixel rear camera on board with a special depth-sensing unit, along with multiple camera sensors which power the augmented reality experience. Priced at $499, the Phab 2 Pro will be going on sale in September globally.
Another must have gadget is the Nest Learning Thermostat, an electronic, programmable, and self-learning Wi-Fi-enabled thermostat that optimizes heating and cooling of homes and businesses to conserve energy.
Nest?s ?smart? thermostat gives you full control over your heater, whether it be from your smartphone or through the futuristic looking wall-mounted dial. You can schedule your heating and it?ll learn your movements, heating the house when you get home from work. It can also help you save money on bills as you check the energy usage on your mobile device and see how to make more savings.
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