Technology – Awesome Things You Can’t Buy Yet

With rapid advancement in the field of science, technology knows no limits, no boundaries. It is perpetually evolving, giving birth to different gadgets, services, and appliances. But science is weird and whacky. The technology has given rise also to gadgets that are all too awesome and too enchanting but are either too expensive or too useless that you can’t buy – yet. These gadgets may fail and leave you nowhere. At any given moment, there are approximately a zillion crowdfunding campaigns on the web. Take a stroll through Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you’ll find no shortage of such objects. Take a look at them and consider them very well, before you decide to pull out your wallet.

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Some Weird New Technology

1. Fireside Audiobox

Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen these days. They come in practically every shape, size, and configuration at this point. But somehow, the Grey Street Design managed to end the monotony and make a speaker that stands out from the rest of the pack. The Fireside Audiobox is essentially a speaker with a fire-based waveform visualizer on top. It creates flames that dance in time with your music.

2. M3D Pro

This new-and-improved M3D printer features a range of advanced features and specs that were notably absent from the Micro. First and foremost, the Pro model is equipped with a tempered-glass heated bed. This improves adhesion and helps prevent warping, two things that the Original Micro tends to struggle with. The Pro also boasts a larger build an envelope and allows users to print objects up to 7.8 inches tall and 7.2 inches wide. This is a considerable improvement over the Micro’s 4.29 inches by 4.45 inches. And best of all, the new printer is much quicker than its predecessor, boasting a travel speed of up to 120 mm/s.

3. Marty

“Marty is designed to bridge the gap between smart toys and a real robot,” creator Alexander Enoch told Digital Trends. “[He’s] a cute little robot that can be played with like any other toy, but which provides opportunities to get stuck in with real programming and engineering. He’s basically a mini walking robot that’s fully programmable, Wi-Fi enabled, and Raspberry Pi-compatible. It is designed with the sole intention of making programming, electronics, and mechanical engineering a fun and engaging process. On top of that, he’s also totally customizable and built from 3D-printed parts. These let you easily install custom upgrades and modifications.

4. Fathom 1

The Fathom water drone is able to dive to a depth of 100 feet and has a range of 100 feet from shore station, plus 100 feet of a tether. The modular aspect of Fathom One is equally exciting. Not only does it make it easier to transport, since you can easily take it apart and put it back together again, but it also offers the tantalizing promise of add-ons.

5. Estream

Solar chargers are great for keeping your gadgets juiced up in the backcountry — but what happens when the sun goes down or a cloud front moves in? That’s where Enomad, a startup from South Korea, comes in. The company has built a hydropower device called the Estream, which is designed to convert running water into electricity that can charge your phone and other USB devices. Once submerged in running water, the device’s turbine rotates and generates electricity that gets stored in the Estream’s built-in 6,400mAh battery, which takes about 4.5 hours to fully charge.

So be it a water drone or a robot that attracts you to buy them, but the fact remains that you can’t do so yet. You need a lot of consideration before lavishing your money on these wow-seeming gadgets.

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Hey Folks! Myself Andrew Emerson I'm from Houston. I'm a blogger and writer who writes about Technology, Arts & Design, Gadgets, Movies, and Gaming etc. Hope you join me in this journey and make it a lot of fun.

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