Smartphone photos are always enhancing, however lighting exits a problem, especially when trying to shoot a scenic landscape in your trip or with your friend. Moon Ultra is a tiny, touch-sensitive, clip-on light source, improves the problem by offering users with a strong light source that doesn’t request a bulky situation. To those who have darker tones whose photos are done a disservice by the cooler light temperatures often used on smartphone camera modules, thanks to its various color temperatures and adjustable brightness also help it the great companion
Pax Era Pro Vaporizer
Pax’s latest take on its pocket-friendly vaporizer adds more power in the hands of the user which keeps them informed and security when it comes to cannabis consumption. The Pax Era Pro can share data as strain information, oil content, and state-required test outcomes to your smartphone, offering peace of mind and a more user-friendly experience thanks to its new NFC-equipped pods.
Rocean’s One is the most elegant take on a water filter you’ve seen yet. It includes the purpose of reducing the consumption of plastic bottles, it filters, carbonates, and flavors water thanks to a pair of reusable flavor pods and a built-in carbon dioxide tank. The company is cooperating with different brands to recreate and provide particular flavor mixes in an effort to discourage bottle use while offering users with the similar great drinks they like to chug.
Roland’s Go:Livecast is a smart take on a mobile production studio, which serves to smartphone vloggers who want to make more professional live-streaming content. Solo producer and streamer are supported by the array of control options to cue up sound effects, screen titles, mix audio, and more. The Go:Livecast is also quite capable, helping several input and output options, including XLR, as well as including a built-in microphone.
Samsung Sero TV
The vertical video is here no matter you like or not, however Samsung’s Sero TV is here to create the experience a little more pleasant. The 43-inch 4K TV does the heavy lifting for you, rotating between portrait and landscape mode based on the content being shared to the TV instead of rotating your phone to watch vertical or horizontal video. Samsung smartphone customers can reflect their smartphone on the Sero by tapping it against the TV’s frame, which is mounted to a 4.1 channel sound system below.