8 August 2014

10 Best Gadgets in 2014

Now a days Gadgets playing an important role in every human being life.   Although people put a lot of attention on the announcements from major players in the industry such as Samsung, LG, and Sony, lately, independent companies and startups have the ones shaking things up.
Combined with the usual presentation of interesting, exciting, and unorthodox independent projects, and you’ve got one of the best CESs in recent memory.
These all gadgets using latest technology. 

Here are 10 latest technology used Best gadgets in 2014
10. Samsung Galaxy Note Pro
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This massive 12.2” tablet is Samsung’s answer to both the iPad Air and the Surface 2. Samsung has taken Android and placed what they call the Magazine UX on top of it. While I’m not so certain the new homescreen interface is necessarily the best for “professionals”, it takes the best parts of Windows 8’s live tiles and is a big improvement over most of Samsung’s typical TouchWiz Android skins. The Note Pro also includes the Note 3’s excellent stylus to make for a big tablet that is fun to interact with and write on.
9. 3Doodler
This Kickstarter darling made its big public appearance at CES this year and the result was quite exciting. This 3D printing pen takes all of the modeling out of 3D printing and opens up creating objects to pretty much everyone—including kids. While you might not be able to do quite as much as you could with an actual 3D printer, it’s a heck of a lot of fun to play with for only $99.
8. Mophie Space Pack
There are always an insane amount of smartphone accessory companies at CES, but few of them manage to capture the attention of audiences. Then there was a Mophie Space pack. This iPhone 5/5s case not only charges your phone with additional battery, it also adds 32GB of storage to your device. The Mophie lets you drop your videos, pictures, and documents straight into its storage and even lets you play videos right from it. Not only that, the Space Pack is designed beautifully and surprisingly doesn’t add a lot of heft to the phone.
7. Steam Machines
The desire to break into the home console market has been growing among both consumers and companies for years now, whether it’s from independent Android consoles like the Ouya or big rumored living room takeovers from the likes of Valve or Apple. This year at CES was where Valve CEO Gabe Newell finally lifted the lid off of the first generation of Steam Machines. The amount of computers on display was a bit shocking—as was the announcement that the consoles would range from anywhere between $500 and $6000. While many of these models still feel like prototypes in many ways, there is no longer any question regarding whether or not Valve is actually serious about the living room market. They are—and Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo have reason to be paying attention.
6. LG’s Curved TV
The whole curved screen shtick has quickly become the great gimmick of 2014—that is, until LG showed off its 105” OLED 4k TV that just happened to have a nice flexible display on it. The curvature to this massive, gorgeous television feels just right—and unlike the curved displays on their smartphones, actually enhances the experience. This might be another product that won’t be hitting Best Buy shelves anytime soon, but that doesn’t take anything from the fact that LG has made an immersive and interesting television.
5. Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
Smartphones aren’t really much of a thing at CES anymore because most of the big manufacturers now save the unveiling of their flagship devices for their individual conferences and press events. However, Sony quietly brought what might be their best smartphone in years to the show: the Xperia Z1 Compact. Despite the silly name, the Z1 Compact feels like the . If this device eventually makes it to US market and is available at carrier stores, the excellent camera and accessible form factor might just make it the early frontrunner in the 2014 Android scene.
4. Playstation Now
Playstation Now isn’t exactly a gadget—but for gamers, this online game streaming service was the most important announcement at CES this year. Sony had purchased the cloud gaming service Gaikai in 2012, but it wasn’t until this year at CES that we knew what for. Not only does Playstation Now effortlessly solve the backwards compatibility problem, but now Sony just may have the Playstation 4’s killer app—the thing that will make gamers want to reserve space for it under their TV.
3. Oculus Rift Crystal Cove
The Oculus Rift is one of those prototypes that just keeps getting better and better each time we see it. This year, Oculus showed off their new prototype, the Crystal Cove. This new hardware takes care of nearly all of the problems I noticed with the original—most notably the motion blurring, the resolution, and the lack of head tracking. Now armed with a camera that tracks the movement of your head in space (think Kinect here), the Oculus Rift’s experience is now that much more immersive. I can’t wait to see what Oculus ends up shipping customers—all I know is that it feels like it’s getting awful close.
2. Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector
Sony’s most peculiar and most exciting announcement this year was the Ultra Short Throw 4k Projector. Due to the surprisingly short distance the projector sits from the wall and the incredibly sharp picture, this 4k projector feels like the future of not only projectors—but TVs as a whole.
1. Pebble Steel Smartwatch
The Pebble Smartwatch made near the top of our list of best mobile gadgets of 2013—and for good reason. It was the first—and perhaps the only—smartwatch that made sense for the average person that doesn’t want strangers staring at their wrist while walking down the street. The Steel isn’t just a 2014 update to the original model—it is Pebble’s next step toward reaching the mainstream market with their device. Both the leather and aluminum straps look and feel fantastic—and while they’re no Rolex, the update might be enough for those who don’t currently wear a watch every day.

3 August 2014

USBCELL batteries help as can be recharged hundreds of times from USB ports

USBCELL re-usable batteries aim to help save you money, hassle as well as reduce battery waste.
From Feb 1st 2010 in the UK it becomes law for stores to help more with collection and recycle batteries - and elswhere in Europe with the EU batteries Directive. Similarly in the US - RBRC and Call2Recycle are trying to help reduce global batterty waste - which amounts to over 15 billion batteries in landfill each year. That's enough rubbish alkaline batteries to create a column of batteries to the moon and back.
USBCELL batteries help as can be recharged hundreds of times from USB ports on computers, laptops, games devices, hubs or in regular charger - so you don't need to find/carry one.

The USBCell AA rechargeable batteries plug into any USB port on your laptop, home PC, or even through a cord, and recharge the batteries to 90% within 5 hours. The batteries can be recharged hundreds of times and are great for when you are on the go and need some juice, but don't carry around batteries like a crazy person would.
Rechargeable USB Batteries

The new SEC-MDU012AAN 2-AA eneloop battery with USB Charger pack utilizes SANYO’s advanced rechargeable battery technology

Here is batteries which can long last 33% more than ordinary battery.  and its rechargeable.
The new SEC-MDU012AAN 2-AA eneloop battery with USB Charger pack utilizes SANYO’s advanced rechargeable battery technology allowing them to be recharged up to 1500 times, 33% more than any eneloop battery!

They deliver excellent power performance. They come pre-charged and can be used immediately out of the package. These eneloop cells also have increased storage life and better extreme temperature performance than the original eneloop batteries. 

  • Travel USB charging kit with SANYO eneloop 1,900 mAh Ni-MH minimum, low self discharge rechargeable AA batteries
  • Maintain 75 percent of their charge after 3 years of storage
  • Can be recharged up to 1,500 times
  • Pre-charged and ready to use right out of the package
  • Work in extreme temperatures down to –4°F
  • Provide long lasting power at a cost of only 4¢ per recharge
  • Pre-Charged using power generated from solar energy
  • No memory effect – batteries can be recharged when fully, or partially drained
  • USB charger is designed for charging 2 pcs. AA or AAA Ni-MH batteries
SANYO 1500 cycle rechargeable eneloop Ni-MH batteries maintain up to 75% of their charge after three years of storage compared to conventional rechargeable batteries which often have 0% charge after only 2 years of non-use.

eneloop batteries offer exceptional shelf life so you can use your rechargeable batteries when and where you need them most. The USB charger is designed for charging two AA or AAA eneloop or other Ni-MH batteries. It can charge an AA rechargeable eneloop battery in 2.3 hours per battery cell, or it can charge an AAA rechargeable eneloop battery in one hour per cell.

Keep your portable players, cameras, flashlights and other devices powered in the winter. eneloop 1500 cycle and XX batteries deliver exceptional performance at extreme low temperatures, down to –4°F.

SANYO’s "Clean Energy Loop" initiative has become a reality. All eneloop 1500 cycle and XX batteries are charged at the factory in Japan using power generated from solar energy.

eneloop…Consistently High Voltage Level 
The initial voltage level of a battery provides no indication of how long the battery will last or how much power it can deliver. Alkaline battery cells rapidly drop below 1.5V soon after they are put into use and the voltage continues to steadily decline over time.

Since alkaline cells are non-rechargeable, they must be discarded and then replaced. SANYO’s eneloop batteries deliver best-in-class Ni-MH high capacity power and are rechargeable up to 1500 times. Devices like cameras flash units and wireless game controllers can easily draw more than 1000mA of current; rapidly depleting alkaline batteries. 

eneloop batteries maintain a consistently high voltage level keeping your devices operating for a longer period of time. When you use eneloop Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, you will realize that “1.2V” can indeed be better than “1.5V”.

Regular disposable AA and AAA batteries are considered Primary Cells, and are most widely recognized as conventional “alkaline” batteries. There are two electrodes inside each cell; one is made of Zinc, known as the anode (the negative terminal) and the other is made of Manganese Dioxide, known as the cathode (the positive terminal). The electrodes are surrounded by an alkaline electrolyte, the chemical from which alkaline batteries get their name.

Battery chemistry of an alkaline battery generates 1.5V. As the chemical reaction fades, so does the power of the alkaline battery cell. This is why the voltage from alkaline batteries drops off shortly after the battery is put into use and the power continues to fade over time.

Ni-MH rechargeable batteries have two electrodes inside the cell: Nickel and Mercury Hydride. Battery chemistry of an Ni-MH rechargeable battery generates 1.2V. While alkaline batteries experience rapid drops in voltage Ni-MH rechargeable batteries maintain the same voltage throughout most of the entire charge.

The chemical makeup of Ni-MH batteries eliminates the “memory effect”, which means the cells can be recharged at any time without having to be fully discharged.

eneloop batteries have continued to raise the performance bar in Ni-MH rechargeable technology. eneloop has increased “low self discharge” performance on Ni-MH rechargeable batteries which allows eneloop cells to store power for longer periods of time.

The new SANYO eneloop battery incorporates a highly-durable super-lattice alloy which lessens the deterioration of this important alloy material. This super-lattice alloy increases the electrical capacity of the battery chemistry through lower internal resistance and delivers a long lasting, stable voltage output. 

A new strong, thin outer case has also been added to the eneloop battery design in order to improve the internal cell space efficiency. The new case optimizes the balance of the components and when combined with other improvements have led to an increase in the number of times that eneloop batteries can be recharged.

Wireless game controllers incorporate power-hungry features such as built-in speakers, gyroscopes and motion sensors. Consider the hidden cost of ownership in operating two wireless game controllers.

Let’s make the following assumptions: 

  1. You play video games one hour per day or 365 hours per year, using two remote/wireless controllers.
  2. A pair of batteries (either alkaline or eneloop) will provide you with roughly 20 hours of game-playusage time.
  3. In the first year, you will need 18.25 pairs of batteries per controller (either new alkaline or recharged eneloops).
  4. You will consume 73 alkaline battery cells in one year (for two controllers) compared to only 4 eneloop cells which can be recharged 1500 times ($0.04 per cell).
  5. Four AA Alkaline batteries will cost roughly $5.49 MSRP.
  6. Four AA eneloop batteries with an AC charger will cost $21.99 MSRP.
Now let’s look at the annual cost of ownership in only the first few years and then extend it out to ten years (at that point, you probably won’t be playing on the same game system). It is quite obvious that eneloop more than pays for itself in just the first year of ownership!

Wireless game controllers incorporate power-hungry features such as built-in speakers, gyroscopes and motion sensors. Consider the hidden cost of ownership in operating two wireless game controllers.

The new 1500 cycle eneloop delivers four important new features

  1. 500 extra charging cycles - The new eneloop is rechargeable up to 1500 times
  2. 33% improved low self-discharge - The new 1500 cycle battery maintains 75% of its charge for up to 3 years when not in use. The original version maintained 75% of its charge for up to 2 years when not in use.
  3. Improved low temperature performance - The new 1500 cycle battery can be used in environments down to -4 degrees F. The original eneloop can be used in temperatures as low as 14 degrees F.
  4. The new eneloop 1500 cycle battery is even more environment-friendly – each battery cell is pre-charged using solar energy when it leaves the factory in Japan.
Genuine SANYO eneloop Batteries
SANYO has three authentic “styles” of packaging: 1. The 1500 cycle batteries which are in a blue/green cardboard blister design with a earth image screened on the package. 2. The 1000 cycle batteries are in a blue and orange cardboard blister pack. 3. The eneloop XX batteries are in a black cardboard blister package. Products sold in plastic bags or flexible foil style packages are not authorized for sale by SANYO in the U.S. and may not contain authentic SANYO batteries.

How to tell the difference between the “new 1500" and the “original 1000” eneloop batteries
It is easy to distinguish between the 1500 and 1000 cycle eneloop batteries. The 1500 battery has a gray top (in the Green/Blue package pictured) and the 1000 (in the Blue/Orange package pictured) has a white top.


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