Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob
VISIT OUR OTHER SITES: THE AWESOMER | 95OCTANE

Like Us on Facebook

Technabob is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Disclosure.

Page 4 of 20

Tag: Wireless

KEF X300AW Wireless PC Speakers Aimed at Well-Heeled Audiophiles

KEF X300AW Wireless PC Speakers Aimed at Well-Heeled Audiophiles
I don’t have an audiophile grade bone in my body. As long as there’s bass and I can understand the words in songs and in my favorite movies, I really don’t care what my speakers sound like.

Cota Wireless Charging Technology: Wi-Fry

Cota Wireless Charging Technology: Wi-Fry
Wireless chargers already exist, but I’m not a big fan of the current setup because it’s not convenient at all. Sure, you don’t have to plug anything to your device, but today’s inductive chargers require that the device being charged remain in contact with the charging dock or platform.

Cross Plane Multi-platform Wireless Controller: Remote Play All the Games!

Cross Plane Multi-platform Wireless Controller: Remote Play All the Games!
Sorry NVIDIA, but it looks like the Shield is already obsolete. It’s not because of the Ghetto Shield, it’s because of the Cross Plane. Developed by three videogame console modders who founded a new company called Advanced Gaming Innovations (AGI), the Cross Plane streams HDMI input from and sends controller output to a PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and the Ouya.

JBL Spark Speaker: See Me, Hear Me

JBL Spark Speaker: See Me, Hear Me
Bluetooth speakers all start to look the same after a while, so whenever I come across a wireless speaker that breaks the mold, it makes me happy that industrial designers haven’t given up the good fight.

Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse Runs 125 Hours on Single AA Battery

Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse Runs 125 Hours on Single AA Battery
Gaming peripherals are great because they are built to last long, since gamers aren’t always delicate with their devices. They also pack plenty of features, making them more useful than just plain-Jane peripherals.

Bēm Wireless Boom Box: Boomtooth

Bēm Wireless Boom Box: Boomtooth
There are plenty of Bluetooth boom boxes available, but I have to say that this one from Bēm looks quite interesting. The overall shape is reminiscent of a traditional boom box, and the handle will let you lug it around quite easily from place to place.

bēm x The Public Zoo Bluetooth Speakers: Cute Critters and Happy Sounds

bēm x The Public Zoo Bluetooth Speakers: Cute Critters and Happy Sounds
It seems there are a squillion different Bluetooth speakers on the market these days, so how do you choose which one to buy? You could pick one because of its size or sound quality, or you could just pick one because it looks cute.

Lumenplay Smart String Lighting: 16 Million Reasons to Leave the Christmas Lights Hanging

Lumenplay Smart String Lighting: 16 Million Reasons to Leave the Christmas Lights Hanging
Rigado LLC multiplies the appeal of smart LED bulbs with Lumenplay, a modular LED Christmas light set. Like LIFX and Philips HUE, you control Lumenplay using your smartphone – in this case, via a Bluetooth connection.

Dupont Working on Wireless Charging Countertops

Dupont Working on Wireless Charging Countertops
Do you leave your phone on the kitchen table a lot? If you do, then you’ll be pleased to know that it won’t just be sitting there idly, thanks to a collaboration between DuPont Building Innovations and the Power Matters Alliance.

BLEduino Arduino-compatible Board with Bluetooth 4.0: Low Cost, High Potential

BLEduino Arduino-compatible Board with Bluetooth 4.0: Low Cost, High Potential
Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology may lead to better mobile gadgets and perhaps even the rise of new kinds of devices, thanks to its low power consumption and cost. But like NFC – another technology with huge potential – as of now only a handful of consumer devices support this technology.

Retro-Bit Wireless Hypermode N64 Controller: Sit Back and Enjoy the Classics

Retro-Bit Wireless Hypermode N64 Controller: Sit Back and Enjoy the Classics
Corded controllers led to one of the iconic images in many homes in the 80s and 90s: kids sitting on the floor, controller in hand and looking up at their TV. But if you’re TV is too big to view up close and your ass is too lazy to get off the couch, keep an eye on Retro-Bit’s Wireless Hypermode retro controllers.

Google Project Loon Internet Balloons: SkyNet, Literally.

Google Project Loon Internet Balloons: SkyNet, Literally.
If Google Fiber is the company’s attempt at bringing superb Internet connections to developed areas, Project Loon is Google’s plan to connect areas that may otherwise have no access to the Internet at all. These can be rural areas, urban areas with coverage gaps, areas struck by disaster and areas where nerds are having birthday parties.

Wren V5 Speaker Review: This Gorgeous Wireless Speaker Sounds Great too

Wren V5 Speaker Review: This Gorgeous Wireless Speaker Sounds Great too
If you ask me, the market for wireless speakers has really reached a point of saturation. So it really takes a lot for me to write about them anymore – let alone be wowed by one.

August Smart Lock: Hope My Front Door Doesn’t Get Hacked

August Smart Lock: Hope My Front Door Doesn’t Get Hacked
Keys have evolved over the last few years, quite significantly. There are cars which no longer require keys at all, starting at the touch of a button when the key fob is nearby. These days, people like controlling all of their stuff via smartphones, and I think it wouldn’t be a bad idea to control door locks with them.

Archos 80 Xenon Android Tablet: Unlocked 3G Wireless & GPS on the Cheap

Archos 80 Xenon Android Tablet: Unlocked 3G Wireless & GPS on the Cheap
Archos has been making Android tablets for almost as long as Android has been around. The company has unveiled a new tablet called the Archos 80 Xenon that promises some nice features in a very portable form factor.

AT&T Beam 4G USB Modem Shows Data Usage at a Glance

AT&T Beam 4G USB Modem Shows Data Usage at a Glance
One of the worst things about using a wireless modem on the go to connect your computer to the Internet is that it’s a pain in the butt to know how much data you’ve used. A data overage can cost you hundreds of dollars or more, so most people will keep a close eye on exactly how much data they are using.