3 Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen and one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns ever, lets you draw in the air to make whichever structure your heart desires using plastic ink without the need for any technical knowledge, computers or software. This fun pen which can be both entertaining and also very useful will be available at a very affordable price of $99 by November.
When you are working with different devices,
moving files between them becomes very difficult, particularly if the said devices are from different companies and the files are huge. The iFlashDrive from the Taiwanese company PhotoFast solves that problem by having ports that work with an iPhone, any Android phone, and as a USB with a Mac or PC. Available in all sizes, from 8GB to 64GB, the flash drive offers file encryption for individual files, contacts backup, easy photo-sharing options using services like DropBox, and MP3/video playback.
Philips Beard Trimmer 9000
On the face of it, the Philips Beard Trimmer 9000 looks like just any other beard trimmer. But when you switch it, on that you will see its speciality. The 9000 is the world’s first laser-guided precision trimmer which uses the dual-sided blade to give the ultimately precise cut. Since you can set the exact length you would like to cut using the LCD display, you can achieve never-before levels of trimming precision.
SpareOne Plus Emergency Phone
The smartest of phones become useless once a natural disaster strikes and power lines are cut off. The SpareOne Plus Emergency Phone which runs on a single AA battery is the only phone that can work in those conditions. Unused it can keep its charge for 15 years, and the battery can give a talk time of up to 10 hours. Along with an LED torchlight, there is also an SOS torchlight which flashes a Morse code asking for help. Capable of operating in extreme temperature, the SpareOne comes with a waterproof bag and boasts of features like audible feedback so you can use it even in the dark.