At Mobo our office is made up of technological trinkets, often depicting an Inspector Gadget convention. Our tech wizards are constantly adding to our collection on junk, I mean gadgets, seeing our staff room filled with items such as pizza scissors and radio-toaster combos.
It seems that it is not just Mobo that love a good old gadget with 2015 witnessing an influx of innovative designs. Here are our top 5 gadgets of 2015, we hope you like them!
For years we have been teased with the Smartwatch with many companies releasing designs, claiming to be reinventing social etiquette. From the Apple Watch to the Samsung Gear S, we are truly spoilt for choice when shopping for modern wrist wear. The benefits of owning one of these gadgets are plentiful including:
Allowing you to answer calls on the run
Dictate text message
Leave your expensive smartphone at home when out in the town
Navigate yourself around an unfamiliar location
Drones are technologically built flying devices, often used for delivery purposes. Amazon have recently invested in a drone delivery service, attempting to breath new life into the machine’s uses. In 2015 we will see a lot more of these amazing machines flying above our heads with many companies looking to reinvent how we see the drone.
From advertising to delivery, expect to be drone-dodging in the coming months!
The modern internet users have on average three devices, with many owning a smartphone, iPad as well as a laptop or PC. Using each apparatus for different reasons we are now seeing the market inundated with universal parts, allowing consumers to use such parts on all types of computers.
The year we have seen the introduction of the multi-device keyboard, designed to be used use with up to three devices, regardless of computing platform.
According to the official website the iFusion is a must-have gadget for businesses, allowing companies to operate and communicate in a more modern fashion.
Its creators say ‘the iFusion combines the capabilities of many top-selling iPhone accessories in one device’.
|Bluetooth Interface||Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR|
|Voice Devices||Handset Port|
Hand-Free speaker phone
|Apple Dock Connector||Apple 30-pin Connector|
|USB Port||Pass through USB port for device synching to your Mac / PC|
|External Speaker Support||3.5mm stereo port for external speakers|
|One-touch Feature Buttons||Speakerphone|
|Power Supply and Interface||Power Supply Input – 100-240V auto sensing 50/60Hz 0.3A|
DC to phone – 12V 1A
iPad scanning dock
This is the scanner that saves treasured photos directly to an iPad while it docks and charges the device.
Controlled by a free app, the sheet-fed scanner makes it easy to preserve and share heirloom photos and documents as digital files.
The website states:
‘In as little as 12 seconds, a photo is converted to a crisp 300- or 600-dpi color JPEG image that is displayed on screen in real time and saved to the iPad’s camera roll. The integrated dock holds the iPad upright and has a built-in Lightning connector that recharges its battery in 5 hours. Scans sheets up to 8 1/2″ x 14″. Plugs into AC with your iPad’s USB power adapter. For iPad 4, iPad Mini, and iPhone 5/s/c running iOS 6.0 or later. 4 1/2″ H x 13″ W x 4″ D. (1 3/4 lbs.)’
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