Number five– Doubletake. This Is What the Next Generation of BinocularsLooks Like, but with a 5-inch display screen in lieu of lenses. The device uses a dual-lenssystem and can beam the image on the screen in real time to other smart devices. The unitweighs about two pounds and has two built-in 12MP cameras, along with 4K video. One chargeearns three hours of use, though the device powers down when not in use to save battery.Turn it around to see the most patently obvious departure from traditional binoculars. Insteadof resting your eyes against rubberized eyecups, you hold it away from your face and gaze ata 5-inch high-def LCD display, a more familiar and comfortable experience for both you andany fellow onlookers. But in fact, onlookers don’t even technically need to be nearby,cause its laundry list of connectivity (GPS, wi-fi, Bluetooth, USB-C) combine to allowfor live streaming and social network sharing, among other functionality. Before we move on, don’t forget to subscribe,and like this video, also leave us some comments..
Number four– Sitpack Zen X. The Sitpack Zen is the world’s lightestand most compact portable seat and is ideal for taking the weight off your feet at festivals,waiting for public transport, for outdoor pursuits such as golfing, skiing, fishingand shooting and for avid photographers. Basically any activity where you want to rest your legs!It’s the perfect chair. The Sitpack ZEN is the next generation of innovative and portableseating and is made of the world’s strongest and lightest materials—carbon fibre andaluminium. It is both slimmer and lighter than its predecessor with a weight of only455 grams, making it easy to put it in a back pocket or bag. The real magic of Sitpack ZENhappens when users unfold the cylinder wings of the carry strap made of ballistic nylonwhich instantly turns into a 15-inch wide seat. The next step is pulling out the 38-inchtelescopic leg, which, with its patented closing mechanism, can be adjusted to the user’sheight whether they are 5ft 1 or 6ft 6. Within a matter of seconds, the seat is ready, lettingthem stay relaxed leaning in at eye level with their friends.
Number three– August Smart Lock. August has announced the latest addition toits line of retrofit smart door locks: the Wi-Fi Smart Lock. The new lock is similarin appearance to the Smart Lock Pro, but it has a 45 percent smaller volume and is 20percent slimmer than before. In addition, the new model doesn’t need a separate hubto connect to a Wi-Fi network, as it has the necessary hardware built right into it. Itwill be available this summer for a similar price as the Smart Lock Pro. Controlling thelock is done through August’s smartphone app, and it also supports Amazon Alexa, GoogleAssistant, and Apple HomeKit. Unlike other smart door locks, which require you to replacethe entire deadbolt, the August lock bolts onto the back half of the lock, which allowsyou to keep the same design and keys on the front of the door as you already have. Thenew model is roughly the size of a standard doorknob, according to the company.
Number two– Ballie, Samsung unveils ‘Ballie,’ a ball-shapedrobot that rolls around your home. Using its advanced On-Device artificial intelligencecapabilities, Ballie utilizes AI to be a security robot, a fitness assistant, a tool to helpseniors connect with smart devices in their homes, and it can even be a friend to yourkids and pets. Rolling around and following people seems to be all that Ballie can doat the moment. But in a promotional video aired shortly after the demo, Samsung showeda bigger vision for Ballie that could someday make it more of an at-home assistant. Ballieopened the blinds in its owner’s home, turned on the TV so that the house’s dog couldhave something to watch, and summoned a Roomba-like vacuum to help clean up a mess. Samsung willlikely elaborate further on data safety standards for Ballie when this concept becomes a reality.Samsung didn’t provide any details of the technology inside Ballie but it evidentlyhas a camera and other sensors that allow it to recognize its owner and follow themaround. Samsung says that Ballie will be “actively helpful” around the house.
And finally our number one list– Care O S Smart Mirror. The Poseidon Smart Mirror is an advanced fixturefor the bathroom that is positioned to transform the daily routine of users and help them tolead a healthier lifestyle. Available in 32- to 55-inch configurations, the Poseidon smartmirror transforms the standard bathroom station into an all-in-one wellness hub. Poseidonis powered by CareOS, a health-centric operating system designed to manage wellness data storedlocally on the device. But CareOS also lets the Poseidon mirror control connected smartdevices, keep track of family routines and more.Poseidon’s key technology is its AR camera that maps your face with 7,000 different points.Running CareOS, the mirror can come in a variety of size options to suit space requirementsor user preferences and harnesses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to streamlineone’s everyday routine. The Poseidon Smart Mirror will feature a Qualcomm processor alongwith WiFi and Ethernet connectivity as well as USB ports for physical device connections.The unit will will feature a price point of between $3,000 and $6,000, depending on themodel. For more videos, please watch our suggestedvideos or playlist and leave us some comments if you have something in mind.