This pocket sized golf gadget is packed with data from over 30,000 courses, and uses GPS to provide measurements to the front, center and back of the green, hazard/layup distances, and shot distance measurement. Lasts for an up to three rounds between charges.
It’s comically large, and its film is pricey, but it gives you 3.5″x 4.5″ photos (2.5″x 4″ exposure area), a capable auto mode, an unlimited exposure mode and a lens cap that doubles as a remote control. It also has optional color gels, an ultra wide-angle lens and close-up lens.
The young team at Frants Innovators claims it’s working on an augmented reality computer that translates English audio into text in real time, providing closed caption for daily life. The display is worn on eyeglasses frames while the rest of the computer is in a pocketable case.
Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer collaborated with Intel to develop a smartwatch that doesn’t look like a geek toy. It features a round touchscreen display running Android Wear, and a titanium case. It offers realistic faces, with information displays neatly integrated into the dials.
A minimalist compass for people who like to wander. While Haize and its mobile app can provide turn-by-turn navigation, its main feature is a free roam mode that shows the general direction and distance of your destination. How you get there is up to you.
Whether you’re running, walking, or biking at night, you want to be visible to cars and other hazards. This modern take on the slap bracelet will fit around your wrist, arm, or leg, and provides bright red LED illumination and a reflective pattern too.
An ergonomic, programmable and mechanical USB keyboard. The UHK can be split into two for a comfortable typing experience. It has four key layers, uses Cherry MX switches and stores key layouts in its internal memory so they will work with any computer.