10 Tech discoveries that will simply blow your mind
Many new gadgets are released every week, and most are simply iterations of existing tech. But once in a while, something truly innovative comes along. Here are our favorite tech discoveries of 2019 thus far.
- What is the most exciting new technology in 2019? We are currently hyped about augmented reality, improved battery tech and electric vehicles.
- What else is arriving this year? Look out for more folding smartphones, smart doorbells and 8K TVs.
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Here at Gadget Flow, we see new watches and smartphones almost every day. But just occasionally, we stumble upon a new device or app that changes everything. Here are the best tech discoveries we’ve made so far this year.
Nike Fit AR Technology
Fit is a new service from Nike that uses augmented reality and artificial intelligence to recommend the perfect sneakers for your feet. The app takes one minute to scan your feet and come up with suggested sizing.
Arriving: July 2019 (US)
The New Android Q Beta
The latest version of Android is taking shape, complete with a raft of impressive new features. These include a dark mode, new gesture controls, improved privacy controls, and better accessibility.
Arriving: August 2019
Samsung’s 64MP Smartphone Sensors
The next generation of Galaxy phones will take even better photos thanks to Samsung’s new ISOCELL sensors. They utilize pixel-merging technology to deliver detailed shots in all lighting conditions, ranging from 16MP at night to 64MP in bright sunlight.
Arriving: Late 2019 / Early 2020
EpiWear Smart EpiPen Watch
For folks with severe allergies, any meal could lead to a frightening emergency. This prototype watch essentially puts an EpiPen on your wrist, meaning you can deploy life-saving epinephrine with a tap.
Nua Electrica Stealthy E-Bike
You would never know that the Nua Electrica contained a motor. Yet this titanium two-wheeler offers 18.6 miles of pedaling assistance. It weighs just 28.6 pounds, and self-charging mode will top up the battery from your pedal power.
Price: $4,500 USD
Birò O2 Recycled Electric Car
Speaking of electric vehicles — the Birò O2 is a small prototype city car that is made from 80% recycled material. It has a range of 62 miles and a relaxing top speed of 40 mph.
Arriving: June 2019
Dyson Lightcycle Ambient Daylight Lamp
It’s well known that artificial light messes with our minds. That’s why the Dyson Lightcycle lamp mimics the daylight outside your window — wherever in the world you happen to be. It also has different modes for studying, work and relaxation.
Price: $599 USD
E-PAD E-Ink Android Tablet
“How can an Android tablet be revolutionary?” we hear you ask. Well, this one can keep going all week without being charged. E-PAD has a black-and-white E-ink display that’s perfect for drawing and reading.
Price: $449 USD, pre-order
IVI Closed-Loop 3D Printer
Most 3D printers don’t look at what they are doing. As a result, they occasionally make frustrating mistakes. In contrast, IVI monitors every layer using sensors in order to print with precision.
Price: $369 USD
DJI’s Drone Piloting Simulator
When you’ve never flown a drone before, taking the controls of a $1,499 Phantom 4 Pro can be pretty daunting. DJI’s drone simulator lets you practice your piloting skills in virtual airspace, where mistakes are less costly.
What has been your favorite tech of 2019 so far? Tell us in the comments!
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