Top 5 most useful Tech Toys of 2014



We all have those gadgets and tool kits that we just buy off because we as men get absorbed by their beauty, but then it is kept on the shelf for years, ultimately shifted in the basement shelf and then in a box kept in the corner of the room! But let’s talk about the tech gadgets that are so fruitful and convenient that they will secure their position in your day to day life, making us use them frequently. Here comes our list:-

  • Playstation TV – Sony is trying hard and strong to breach into the living room and to create the Sony ecosystem that serves all the purpose of its target audience’s media pleasures. This desperation is clearly visible in the Sony’s new launch known as the Playstation TV. This $100 box can help you run the Playstation now, a subscription service which lets you play the games off of the Sony’s private cloud. PS TV will also help you extend the Playstation 4’s gameplay experience to multiple TVs. All you need to do is hookup your PS4 to this box and other TVs can remote play through it. This box supports Dualshock 3 and 4 and has an SD card that can let you download the selected games from PSVita, PSP and PS1 out of the PlayStation store.
  • Marbel Electric Skateboard :- The manufacturers of this board claim it to be the lightest electronic vehicle that weights approx- 9.9 lbs and has the top speed of 20 miles per hour using its compelling battery coil that has been attached to its lower part of the deck. The body of this skateboard has been built using the carbon fiber and Kevlar. The wheels are formed from the robust urethane rubber. This skate has already hit the market with its price tag of $1200.
  • NOD – This is an electronic ring that breaks the shackles of touching your gadgets to make them work. It can play a song on your phone without touching it, it can also let you type with no physical contact with the keyboard. All you got to do is wave your hands in the air. Try to seek it out on YouTube to find some amazing usage of this ring. It’s made up of jewelry grade materials; it comes in various sizes and costs around $150. This works over the Bluetooth.
  • Calypso Tag: – One of the most frustrating parts of flying is collecting the baggage from the conveyer belt. You stand on the queue while chugging along the concoction of eagerness and nervousness, thinking about your luggage. This stylish leather tag, which costs around 100 bucks US, can help you find your luggage in a jiffy using phone’s Bluetooth.
  • TYLT Vu Wireless Charger: – Wireless chargers have created a lot of buzz, when they were released couple of years back. To be fair, they haven’t been able to deliver the usability properly and still they are struggling. In existing wireless chargers, you have to put your phone etc in a definite position to charge it properly. TYLT VU replaces that impediment, and lets you charge the phone regardless of the way it’s kept on the charger portal. This would be very useful for the folks who are charging their devices using the old school wired/wireless chargers.

Image & Video Links

  1. Playstation TV – http://wpadmin.gametrailers.com/side-mission/files/2014/06/playstation-tv.jpg

Review – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCJ5x_kMH24

  1. Marbel Electric Skateboard – http://cdn.hiconsumption.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Marble-Smart-Electric-Skateboard-1.jpg

Review – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuynQzWLdK0

  1. Nod – http://www.thewearablestuff.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Nod-Gesture-Control-Ring.jpg

Review – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkbAw6lVBbA

  1. Calypso Tag – http://livecuriouslymag.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Calypso-Tag-1-650×380.jpg
  1. Tylt Vu Wireless Charger – http://gstylemag.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/TYLT-VU-Wireless-Charger-colors.jpg

Review – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hF3yFvMXKZw