The year 2016 is now here! Year 2015 has transpired a lot in the tech world. Several significant announcements and developments were seen with some innovative inventions. So, today we’ll be doing a round-up of few best inventions of 2015 making the world better, smarter and—in some cases—a little more fun. In this post we’ll talk about top 5 computer gadgets you must have as they are now available online.
1. ODiN – World’s first projection mouse
ODin is the world’s first laser projection mouse that detects signals with infrared signals instead of traditional cameras so that ODiN can have higher resolution. Laser projection mouse is more suitable for designers, office workers and video gamers. This way it not only breaks traditional limitations but it’s also very lightweight, portable and can be easily stored.
To use ODiN, just plug into the USB port and you’re good to go. You can use it anywhere and anytime. You can pre-order ODiN at odin.backer-founder.com for only $69.
2. Hub+ for USB-C: Get your MacBook ports back
Macbooks are good for designers and for those who works mostly on graphics. One problem that every Macbook user faces is the limited ports for connecting other devices you have as not everything can be connected via cloud. Hub+ helps you to overcome this limitation.
With Hub+ you can connect all your devices to your new Macbook. it’s very compact and durable so you can carry it anywhere you go. It has a SDXC card reader slot, a mini display port, 2 USB type C port, 3 USB-A + charging slots with inbuilt lithium ion battery so you can use it as a power backup for charging your smartphone anywhere. You can also attach mini adapter like USB C to USB 3.0 convertor or Mini display to HDMI that you can buy separately.
Hub+ is currently not available for sale. But you can visit this link to signup for latest official updates realted to development of Hub+.
3. Slidenjoy – Double or triple your screens
Slidejoy is a very simple and thin accessory for your laptop or desktop and tablet PCs, powered and connected by a single USB port. With Slidenjoy, you can add or connect one to two extra screens to your desktop.
It sticks at the back of your tablet PC like a magnet and you can enjoy a full panoramic display and share content through the 180°rotation. You can use it at home, office, studio or anywhere you want. It’s perfect for almost every situation. To see Slidenjoy in action, please watch the video at the end of this post.
You can pre-order Slidenjoy from www.slidenjoy.com/pre-order/ for 60€ deposit (launch offer).
4. Leap Motion Controller
Leap Motion Controller is completely futuristic approach of changing the interaction with the computers. At first glance it seems like a dream but it’s true. You can use fluid gestures and finger motions in a true 3D input space, taking computing beyond our current type, click, and touch limitations.
This controller has inbuilt motion sensors that senses how you naturally move your hands, taking you deeper into virtual reality, augmented reality, Mac or PC. According to Leap Motion, this controller is very precise and you can expect 1/100th of a millimeter accuracy.Please watch the video at the end of the post to see Laep Motion controller in action.
Leap Motion Controller is available for $99.99 from store-world.leapmotion.com.
5. Zcan Wireless Mouse
Zcan wireless is the world’s first 2-in-1 wireless scanner mouse that allows you to scan anywhere and anytime. It also very compact, light weight and portable so you can enjoy more freedom. Anything scanned via Zcan is displayed almost instantly on the screen. This makes it one of THE must-have gadget for everyone with a MacBook, tablet, iPad or laptop. You can backup every document you have or recieve instantly anytime and anywhere.
For more details and feature you can visit the official site where it’s available for $159 (USD) with international shipping.
For full features and details of gadgets discussed in this posts, please watch this video:
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