Meet the New Tech Gadgets that Will Improve Your Life
We often think that our lives are hard in western culture and associate that pain with the shortcomings of our tech devices and accessories. This is obviously ridiculous, but for those who air those concerns life may be getting easier yet with the development and production of several new gadgets that are just over the horizon. The funny thing about tech shortcomings and the difficulty of our daily lives navigating them is the fact that these are very much self perpetuating problems. Where by, the scaling up and exemplifying of everything entails that there is simply more to do and keep track of and manage through our devices. Thus we are in an infinite regress loop where things aren’t getting necisarily better or worse, just different. That said here is a look at some of the tools of the future tomorrow, today.
Up first is the notion of everything going wireless has long meant that it means our remotes or receivers operate under this. But there really hasn’t been a big leap in going wireless in recent years, until today. Lets face it, charging cables are annoying, and a huge contributor to the global e-waste problem. They are restive to mobility and prone to failure. Some of the new smartphones are already coming with the ready to charge wireless system, like the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, so really all you need to be doing if you have one of them is that you have to put it near the the wireless receiver then, boom wireless charging dawg.
Up next is a problem you didn’t know was a problem until now. The Winbot window cleaning robot is changing the way you wipe, and swipe your way to glory. You just slap the Winbot on your window, then hit the play button and watch it do its work and clean your windows with ease. Think rumba for your window. and the results are stunning; crystal clear windows without the haste of having to clean up after yourself or do something that requires your hands, no thank you.
Up next we have the Reset Plug which automatically resets Wi-Fi. Essentially teh ResetPlug has one single operation, which is that it is to reset your router when it starts losing its connection, that thing you do by plunging and unplugging something. You essentially plug your router through it and it monitors the Wi-Fi signals and will thus automatically turn the router of and as you imagine, back on in order to get your connection back. Very simple operation, but is actually probably going to be a huge success.
Up to the next operation we have the Amazon Echo, as smart-home tech becomes more and more common place, the controlling it all can become a little unwieldy. What is mean by that is that it is not only a smart assistant capable of directing you the weather and playing your favorite jams, what it can really do well is that it can connect with other Bluetooth which enables devices and services.