Whether you’re looking for a way to make your home that little bit more comfortable and convenient, a new grown-up toy or a gift for someone who has it all, this list has something for you. Here are eight of the latest home gadgets to watch for in 2017.
Whether you want to explore the bottom of a lake or enhance your angling with a fish-finder app, the PowerRay has something for you.
If you want to explore extreme locations, immerse yourself in the latest video games or indulge in the best 3D movie experience technology can offer, it’s time to look into VR headsets. From low-priced headsets that work with your mobile to the high-end Oculus Rift or HTC Vive that enable mind-blowing gaming experiences, the options are expanding and the prices are dropping every year.
Probably the only thing on this list that might actually save you money. With options ranging from incredibly inexpensive Android TV boxes such as the Q-Box to the high-end video-game-enabled NVidia Shield TV, these can pay for themselves in a matter of months and might even increase the amount of content you can watch.
Smart Garage Doors
Automatic garage doors have been around for ages, but now they have been updated for the 21st century. Installers like http://garagedoorsrus.co.uk/automatic-garage-doors/ can fit wireless and cellular-enabled garage door openers, letting you control your garage door from your phone.
Griffin Technology’s smart mirror is straight out of science fiction, showing live news feeds, the weather or whatever else you want on an otherwise simple mirror.
2017 brings fully featured and stylish smart watches from high-end manufacturers such as Rolex, as well as devices that can help with nausea or measure your blood alcohol through your skin.
New smart mattresses, such as the 360 Smart Bed, can regulate their temperature, accommodate different sleeping positions through tilting or altering firmness and even warm your feet.
The Moxi stroller and phone charger is the first in what is sure to be a new trend: strollers that act as mobile device chargers. Using the same technology that is used for regenerative braking in electric cars, these strollers use the kinetic energy from the wheels to recharge USB devices.