Notable 2 tablet
Being a gadget hound poses some challenges at the end of the year. Which one did I like the most? Often my process involves detailed analysis and introspection. I often remember the best devices because they stay in my head all year round. Here are my top picks that stand out the most from the year.
1. Hatch restoration
I’m always looking for products that make night routines easier and healthier for all of us. The hatch can be programmed with a night routine to help you fall asleep. The device doubles as a reading lamp and a button on top initiates the idle time process.
2. Remarkable 2
Everything about this digital tablet is top notch. The pen feels like you are writing with a real pencil or pen. The notations you have made are translated correctly. The entire tablet is light, long-lasting, and fits neatly in the case.
3. Dyson Lightcycle Morph
Dyson has made it with this work lamp, which automatically adjusts the brightness to the angle of the sun and makes reading at night easier and even healthier for the eyes. That said, my favorite function is actually how you can rotate the light and point it at what you’re working on.
4. Google Chromecast with Google TV
Google really outdid itself with this streaming adapter that happens to run on a brand new operating system called Google TV. I love the way trending movies and shows are displayed on the home screen so I don’t have to keep looking them up on Metacritic.
5. Apple MacBook Air M1
This laptop is more than any other new laptop version. Apple decided to develop a new chip that is 3.5 times faster than previous generations. It’s quiet, it’s fast, and it doesn’t get that hot on your lap. I also like machine learning skills.
6. Luno Air mattress 2.0
This air mattress for your car is a brilliant idea, largely because of the pandemic (which will help you avoid hotels or stay with someone). You can custom-order the model you need for your car (e.g. a Subaru Forester).
7. Ostrich pillow heat bag
Sometimes an innovative product also solves serious safety concerns. Old school heating pads can start fires, especially if they’re around a Christmas tree. This heating pad uses eight layers of material. You can heat it up in the microwave in 35 seconds.
8. Vasque Breeze hiking shoe
When hiking through mud and snow, these boots keep your feet perfectly dry thanks to the waterproof material. They are breathable, light and durable. My favorite feature is the handle that sticks to the trail even in heavy rain.
9. Sonos Arc Soundbar
The Sonos Arc is the most amazing soundbar you will hear. It has enough power to fill a room with the sweet sounds of a Mandalorian blaster. It works just fine with the iPhone for streaming audio and you can mount the soundbar on the wall. Engineers set it up so that your socks are basically blown away.
10. 2021 Mazda3
Sometimes you are immediately impressed by an innovative car. The Mazda3 impressed me with the new turbo engine, but at the convincing price of $ 20,500. Perhaps that is the most important innovation of all.