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Wosports W600

The Wosport’s W600 multi-function range finder is an amazing piece of technology.  It is light weight, but durably with a firm rubberized exterior.  And, the most important part, it is accurate. Read on for the full review. (more…)

The leaks and rumors were pretty accurate this year. Apple launched a handful of new phones packed with new technology and some new colors. Oh, and some awful naming conventions (XS, XR, and XS Max). They also launched the Series 4 Watch with a 35% larger screen while both the 40 and 44mm are thinner. The backs of the watches are a thing of beauty and are made of sapphire crystal and black ceramic. Apple has also managed to add much more information (complications) the the face of the screen. The Series 4 Watch has doubled down on health...

I had no idea Epson (the printer people) started making FPV Smart Glasses designed for the drone market. In this case they are made specifically for the DJI line of drones. And from a light dive into the reviews it turns out they are pretty darn good. Unlike the bulky DJI Goggles, the Epson BT-300FPV glasses do not block your line of site. The Epson DJI goggles come preloaded...

This Ocean Wave Projector ($19) is pretty cool. Pretty cool for your next psychedelic party or if you just have a tough time falling asleep. The ocean wave projector creates a relaxing visual display (in dark rooms) on any surface you point it at, mainly the ceiling. There are seven colors and brightness settings. There is even a built-in speaker for playing music but the quality of said speaker is suspect. For me, it is about sleep. Turn on the Ocean Wave...

This beautifully retro bathroom faucet control by Symmons allows you to dial in and verify the perfect shower and bath temperatures. The Symmons 4-500VT-X uses Visu-Temp with Clear-Vue. Perfect  for specialized care applications. The easy to read display and built-in thermometer allows you to precisely set output temperature using a single handle. Safetymix pressure balancing valve behind the wall shuts down water flow in the event of failure...

The Albert Clock ($300) tells time, but you need to calculate the hours and minutes first. This stylish digital wall clock is perfect for the student (or math) teacher in your life. ALBERT grows with you. The better you get, the more you can challenge ALBERT’s levels, like in a video game! Addition and substraction, multiplication and divison can be practiced on four levels of difficulty. ...

No need, for guys, to head to the fertility doctor to check on their sperm. There is now a $50 gadget that attaches to your iPhone turning it into a mini-microscope. The YO Sperm Tester is able to analyze samples in just a couple of minutes. Heck, you even get to view the moving sperm on your LCD screen. Nope… not creepy at all. ...

Nintendo has just released details on their latest gaming console, the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid mobile and home gaming console. The Switch Console is a thin screen about 7-inches in size. When you are at home and have access to a bigger TV screen you can put the Switch Console in the Switch Dock. Rumors say that the Switch will take both cartridge style games and digital content via download. The Switch controller can be used independently or clicked...

Apple has made some pretty important improvements for their second series, adding a dual-core processor and beefy GPU that make graphics twice as fast. The display is the brightest Apple has ever shipped at 1,000 nits and is great for using outdoors in bright sunlight. Another update to the Apple Watch Series Two is a Ceramic edition, more Hermes bands, and a new Nike+ Edition.   ...

Looks like Garmin just leap frogged GoPro with their latest action cam, the Garmin VIRB Ultra 30 Action Camera ($499). Not only is it good looking, it is chalked full of features. I am sure GoPro will respond with an upgraded camera any day now. In the meantime let’s jump right into the specs of the Garmin VIRB Ultra 30; Ultra HD video – 4k at...