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Smart Gadgets to Make your Work-life easier

Everyone wants to be on top of the game and to keep up with everything, from remembering important meetings to rescheduling and a lot more. Technology plays a vital role in everyone’s life. It is not just for the tech savvy individuals who want the latest model the market has to offer. The trend is now for a lot more than tablets, desktops and smart phones, the market demand is for anything technology has to offer that will make work-life a lot easier. We have rounded up some smart gadgets that should fit the bill:


This brand new innovation will zone you into your very own ‘private fitness studio’. The Peloton Tread provides a fully-fledged cardio training at your own place. The screen provided with the tread offers videos from profound fitness instructors, providing you with structurally planned workout sessions. Other Peloton users can engage within these sessions through leaderboards inspiring you to train harder amongst your fellow trainees. Streaming these sessions on your screens will cost $55 each month. The Peloton tread costs $5,500.


Optoma projectors are known to their users as top-notch quality. Optoma has released a brand new version which works in assistance with the internally installed Amazon’s Alexa. So basically ordering the projector to adjust its light projection to movie-watching level will fulfill the need; leaving no room to manually dimming the lights or brightening them. This projector is powered by Android and costs $2,199.


Garmin has been solidly known to rule all running watches. The latest version of the watch provides an option of playing music without the need to connect to your phone, with a space allowance of around 500 songs. A Bluetooth connection is deemed necessary for sure to connect it to your headphones. Nevertheless, the watch offers an option for offline listening through syncing with Deezer. Garmin also provides Garmin Pay where you’re offered contactless payments. The watch costs $549.


This TV stands out from the LCDs. The Wall uses MicroLED tech where the individual pixels project their own light in contrary to what the LCD does where it relies on a backlight for projection. Accordingly, colors are rigid enough; where black looks solidly black and colors are vibrant and crisp. This innovation is modular, changing size and shape based on altering the brezel-less panels. The Wall’s price is still to be confirmed.

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