10 Most Popular Engineering Gadgets

These days emerging technologies and cutting edge scientific research are released in great numbers everyday.  We search these new tech gadgets to find the perfect gift for our loved ones.  Imagine an umbrella letting you know not to forget it, or an infant car seat that wants to make sure your baby is going to have the safest ride ever.  Check out our picks for what we think will define tech in the future and turn our to be a great gift for anyone.  Who knows, you might find yourself buying a smart fridge or high-tech thermometer.

10.  Gest – The Gesture Controlled Wearable

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Gest, the gesture controlled wearable, allows you to control to smartphone, tablet, or computer.  This gadget fits around the palm of your hand and has cable connected rings that slide onto your fingers.  The advanced technology of Gest lets you detect and interprets the location and movements of your hand and fingers to perform actions such as closing apps, moving you cursor and flipping through slides.

9.  Sona Connected Bracelet by Caeden

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There are many fitness trackers out there, but what sets the Sona Connected Bracelet apart from the rest of the crowd, is its unique high-end heart rate monitoring technology, which combines a cutting edge sensor with a wellness protocol, that was inspired by a method invented by the Russian scientific team who sent the first cosmonauts to space.  Sona is also one of the most elegant looking connected bracelets which can be worn either with a casual outfit or a cocktail dress, thanks to interchangeable bands.

8.  Endless Mini Desktop Computer

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The Endless Mini has a great design for an inexpensive desktop computer.  It comes preloaded with educational content, plus basic productivity and entertainment apps, so it’s ready to use out of the box.  Great for those who have never owned a computer before or had access to the internet.  It can easily connect to a user’s TV or other display system they already own.

7.  TP-Link Talon AD7200 – The World’s First 802.11ad Router

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Recently unveiled at the CES 2016, the Talon AD7200 Multi-band Wi-Fi Router, the world’s first multi-band router based on 802.11ad – the latest, most powerful innovation in wireless technology.  It will deliver ultra-fast speeds of up to 4.6 Gbps on 60 GHz bands.  It will be available in the U.S. stores in early 2016.

6.  Flair Central Air Control System

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Flair replaces your remote and connects your unit to the internet.  Never come home to a hot home again.  Flair’s wireless thermostat Puck, and Flair Smart Vents work together to deliver just the right amount of conditioned air to each room.  The system works with central air units, mini-splits, as well as window A/C units to make sure every room remains at your ideal temperature.

5.  Phoenix – World’s Most Advanced Exoskeleton

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The  ‘Phoenix’ exoskeleton by suitX is one of the world’s lightest and most advanced wearable robotic uniforms designed to help people with mobility disorders to be upright and moving.  In the clinic, at home, or at the workplace, suitX has successfully enabled many individuals to stand up and walk about.  It is fully adjustable for different sized bodies and can be easily configured to fit any individual condition.

4.  Fleye – Your Personal Flying Robot

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Fleye is a whole new kind of drone.  Safe, fun, and autonomous.  Built with a single propeller and four control vanes, this flying robot instantly takes flight, has the ability to automatically follow you, and even responds to physical actions such as being pushed away without the risk of injury.

3.  The New Segway Robot by Ninebot – Personal Mobility Gone Cuter

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The lastest Ninebot Segway is a two-wheeled balancing scooter that turns into an adorable mini robot butler when you’re not riding it around town.  Holding it steady between your legs, traveling up to 30km at speeds of up to 18kph.  Once you’ve reached your destination, the transportation device turns into a self-balancing robot, with a screen that has two LED blinking eyes and arms that you can attach to the back where you’ll be able to add other hardware accessories eventually.

2.  Nima by 6SensorLabs – World’s First Portable Gluten Sensor

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Nima lets you see what happening in your food at a molecular level.  Just fill one of the one-time-use capsules, pop it in, and get results in minutes.  Nima is the fastest gluten tester on the market, letting you know if there is 20ppm or more of gluten in food in just over 2 minutes.  It’s portable, easily fitting into your pocket or purse.  It’s also connected so you can share what you’ve tested.  Eating healthy is no longer difficult!!

1. Brain One – Standalone Telemetry Device for Motosports and Action Sports

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BRAIN One is a portable device that attaches to any vehicle or apparatus without cables or wires.  It contains a range of sensors, including GPS + Glonass, thermometer, microphone, barometer, 9-axis inertial sensor and more, that measure all aspects of an action sport performance from speed and bending angles to lap time and elevation differences.

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