5 Gadgets You Should Splurge On
Feed your inner geek with the latest in VR and drones
Technology is moving at exceptional rates these days. At times it can feel like every week there’s a new ‘it’ gadget for us to splurge all our money on, and although some devices have been adopted as everyday necessities, others exist purely for fun—and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.
From home devices designed to make your life better, to drones for underwater selfies – we round up some of our favourites.
PowerRay Underwater Drone
Drones have become all the rage over the last few years—and PowerRay have taken the drone world to new heights with their latest underwater drone. The drone can dive down 30-meters deep—and can detect fish up to 40 meters away. While it’s technically designed for fishing purposes, the drone can also be a fun gadget to take on your next vacation.
1888 USD / 6934 AED
U by Moen Smart Shower
At this point, it’s safe to say that technology has become integrated throughout our homes and even our showers. Early last year, Moen released their U Smart Shower, designed to give you control every aspect of your shower experience. Through an app on your smartphone, you can turn on your shower, set your preferred temperature and water pressure.
4260 AED /1160 USD
Samsung “The Wall” TV
Samsung recently announced their newest (and first ever) ‘modular’ TV. The TV is a full 146 inches of screen, made up of smaller MicroLED panels—which are said to have incredible picture quality – and a long lifespan. Pricing hasn’t been announced, but the device is set to release in August.
DATAMANCER ‘The Sojourner’ Keyboard
If you’re stuck between your love for vintage and all things modern, the Sojourner Keyboard is for you. The polished brass keyboard is reminiscent of old-school typewriters, with the keys mimicking both the aesthetic and the feel of the vintage machines.
3672 AED/ 1000 USD
Vuzix Blade Augmented Reality Smart Glasses
Vitual reality glasses have been around for some time now—but most are pretty bulky and frankly—unappealing. But the Vurix Blade is a game changer. At only three unces, the glasses are black, sleek and super-lightweight.With a touchpad on the right arm, they’re also pretty easy to use. And to top things off—Amazon’s digital assistant, Alexa, is built in.
3672 AED / 1000 USD