Daryl likes Leo's globe. Leo says that the MOVA Globe is the one he keeps in his office. It's a globe that floats in a two density liquid and then powered by light that causes it to rotate in the proper direction.
You can bring the Ocean to you with the Ohuhu Ocean Wave Night Projector. Bring the seaside home to you, give yourself a piece of the (ocean) in multiple changes of color. This creates a perfect ocean wave atmosphere almost anywhere. Relaxing, comforting, soothing, creates a large, brilliant light show for your viewing entertainment and pleasure. It has 8 color/motion modes and automatically shuts down after one hour. Battery powered or USB powered. There's a built-in mini speaker in case you want to hook a mobile device to it via the cable that's included included.
This week's gadget is a charging dock for travelers. The Safrone 10400mAh Portable Power Bank Rechargeable External Battery Pack with Multi-Angle Stand Charger. It's a collapsible folding stand that can easily hold your cell phone (large or small) and pretty much any size tablet. It has a 10400mAh power bank. There are two USB jacks on the side, a USB 5V / 1A and a USB 5V/2.4A jack. It folds down to a compact 5.3” X 3.7” X 1.2 inches. A four bar LED indicator lets you know how much power is left. A bit heavy at 1.2 pounds but that ensures it won't tip over. Comes in various colors.
This week's gadget is a USB Hub that Dickie D found on Amazon. The [2-in-1] Inateck Unibody Aluminum 3 Ports USB 3.0 Hub. It's a driver-free RJ45 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter Converter LAN Wired Network Adapter, with a connected 1ft USB 3.0 cable. It's been designed specifically for users of ultrabooks, notebooks, laptop PCs and tablets with 3 USB ports to deliver convenient access to high-speed USB 3.0 connections.
This week's gadget is the AirScale. It's a gadget that allows you to weigh your luggage. The scale alerts air-travelers of excess weight problems before airport check-in. It can calibrate weights up to 40kg or 88 pounds which you'll see on the LCD screen. In charging mode, AirScale can recharge most mobile phones fully for about 2 cycles or more. With a capacity of 6,500mAh (built with LG battery cells), the charging time is 2 times faster than many power banks found in the market offering 2A input and 2.4A output.
Dickie's gadget of the week is the Sunfounder 7" wide screen monitor. Popular with makers, the Sunfounder monitor has a resolution of 1024 X 600 and the picture quality is really decent. inputs: PC (VGA), AV1, AV2, and HDMI. It can operate in a car/van/truck/ or even boat with the DC 12V harness that comes with it. comes with an AC power supply, remote control too. Stand is included. It even has a small built-in speaker, which many monitors lack. It's $55.99.
This week's gadget from the Giz Wiz is the eBags Professional Slim Laptop Backpack. It features an all-black rugged exterior that offers rapid-access compartments protecting a laptop, iPad or tablet, with room for notes, files, etc. It helps you be organized by letting you keep things in zippered packs so they don't fall down to the bottom of the bag. A special crush-proof AC 'adaptor garage' holds all your cables and doesn't let them scratch your other electronics. There's even a hidden zippered water bottle pocket.
This week's gadget is a familar one to Leo - The Acer Aluminum Chromebook. It has a 14” HD screen, which large enough to enjoy and share videos and using multiple tabs for various projects, yet still portable enough to fit in a backpack or book bag. It features Acer's first all-aluminum Chromebook case that adds protection while remaining lightweight. Acer says their new model (CB3-431-C5FM) is the industry’s first Chromebook with up to 14 hours of battery life on an HD display and up to 12 hours of battery life on a full HD display.
This week's gadget is the BiOrb Halo aquarium. It's got 16 color LEDs and remote control and you don't have to clean it. To maintain your BiOrb Halo 15 MCR, all you do is simply replace the filter cartridge every four weeks and change a third of the water. For safety and peace of mind, the lights and pump are low voltage and are backed by a 12 month guarantee. The aquarium itself is made from acrylic, which is ten times stronger than glass.
In what may be the craziest gadget yet, Dickie D joins us with the ModoBag, a motorized bag that you can use as a scooter. Goes 8MPH and has indoor and outdoor speeds. Motor and batteries only takes up 15% of the bag, leaving you plenty of room to pack with 2000 Cubic inches of storage. Weighs 19 lbs empty though, which means you're almost certainly going to pay baggage overage It is currently available for $995 on Indiegogo with an estimated shipping date of January 2017.