Monday, 11 February 2019

Amazing Technology of the Future!

The past few years have been excellent for the tech industry; there have been many innovations and improvements made over a short time—innovations which we think you’ll find pretty darn cool. These tech products are not only impressive, but they’re creative, too, and by the end of this video, you’ll be hoping to get your hands on nearly all of them! This is Amazing Tech of the Future!

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5. Heads-Up Displays

We’re now living in 2019, and it took wasn’t until very recently that we got a GPS that really makes sense. No more looking at your phone in your hand as you navigate to your destination. No more having to take your eyes off the road to look at how fast you’re going or how much fuel you have left. Now we’ve got heads-up displays, or information that projects right onto your windshield to guarantee you can get where you’re going, and safely. There are many companies making them too, so there’s plenty to choose from. Garmin has them. Arpenkin does too. Navdy did, but apparently went out of business. Perhaps the coolest options are built right into certain newer cars, like the Prius or the BMW F11. We’ll be seeing more of this technology in the future, that we can be sure of!

4. Super Cool Kindles

The Kindle has been out for long enough for everyone to know what it is; a portable device where you can store all of your favorite books and whip them out whenever you want without having to carry an actual book. But there were a few significant changes to the Kindle Paperwhite in 2018: it has a 10% brighter backlight, a new 300-pixels-per-inch display, and, the best change, the fact that it’s now waterproof. That means you can read in the rain, by the pool without worry, and even in the tub without being nervous about dropping it! Just when you thought your portable library couldn’t get any better, they go and do something like this. Amazon has made reading cool again and changed the way we’ll go about devouring literature, and everything else, in the future!

3. You’re Killing Us, Apple

In a good way, of course. Just when you thought you’d seen the end of the remarkable innovations Apple threw our way in 2018, we found yet another for you. Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, announced an upgrade to the already excellent MacBook Air at the end of October. The new computer sounds pretty cool with its Touch ID, Force Touch trackpad, and its 13.3-inch Retina display. Oh, and it’s lighter and overall smaller too. How much smaller? Well, this incarnation of the popular laptop weighs just 2.75 pounds and comes in at 17% more compact than its predecessors. That’s a huge difference, and we’re not even done yet. The computer is made of 100% recycled aluminum, making it a very eco-friendly piece of tech and the battery life on this thing is ridiculous! It can play various types of media for 13 hours straight and boasts an all-day battery life, which, as we all know, is never a bad thing.

2. Smart Doorbells

Do you think that back even twenty years ago people would have ever imagined anything other than their normal doorbell? Well, apparently many people were thinking about it, but it took until fairly recently for us to get the smart doorbells we have today. Nowadays, people can look to see who’s at their door via video stream without ever getting up. They can also speak to whoever is standing at the door without ever having to open it. This technology has changed the way people go about answering their doors (or not) and it’s also changed the way law enforcement do their jobs and catch criminals. They record and store videos to be accessed later, which, you can imagine, can be helpful in many ways. These are the way of the future; we better get used to it now.


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