SITPACK ZEN X
Are you the kind of individual who likes to sit down and relax, anywhere, anytime? Well, you will be surprised to learn that there is something out there just for you. For the the fair price of around KSH 14,000 you can get yourself the world’s most compact, and functional one-legged chair. This is a gadget you will have to see to believe, it can be carried anywhere and according to the company that manufactures it, it improves your posture.
Once stretched it offers a sitting surface that lets you rest and relax everywhere you go. Adding to the appeal is the superior quality build, it is made with either carbon or aluminum tubes, and a ballistic nylon seat, this means its extremely tough and light weight.
So, who is this revolutionary seat meant for? The simple answer is its for everyone, unfortunately it wont be everyone’s cup of tea. People who experience back pains can benefit from the SitPack Zen X, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts could also find this gadget handy and practical.
Here is a video showcasing this amazing piece of technology. This gadget is available on Amazon for around KSH 14,000.
What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “Hands-free Protection”? An umbrella certainly doesn’t pop up, but this is exactly what Nubrella is. The Nubrella is the first hands-free umbrella and sits on shoulder straps to keep the top from pressing onto your head, and a strap in front that keeps it from blowing off. Sounds too good to be true? here, have a look at this guy:
The Nubrella is officially setting the pace for unconventional individual weather protection gear, and ushering the next era of the umbrella.
Here is a video of the Nubrella at work:
Information about the Nubrella seem to be scanty but it seems to have retailed at some point for $79 (About KSH 8,000). All in all this is one awesome gadget that we all need.
Do you find yourself imagining that you are Tony Stark, surrounded by technology and gesture controlled screens? Well, the Ideum Table may not quite measure up to this expectation but it comes really close. It is ideally a piece of furniture featuring an advanced multi touch sensitive table top. Priced at a whooping $10,000 (Around KSH 1,000,000) for a single screen, the multitouch screen comes in either 49″, 55″ and 65″ and in 4K Ultra High Definition.
This table features various advanced technologies like the latest intel i7 and Nvidia discrete graphics card and technology that allows someone to control an image without touching it. The Ideum Table can be used for a variety of applications. These include: making presentations, reading and interacting with charts, viewing maps among many other applications across multiple industries. To top it all off, the table is water proof and can be used as an actual functional table. Here is a video of the pure awesomeness of the Ideum Table:
The price for this gadget begins at around KSH 1,000,000.
Goovis Lite is a wearable personal 3D cinema for those people who like to enjoy crisp clear movies, videos and games..alone. This headset avails to you a resoundingly big 600-inch screen with a wide 42° field of view for you optical nourishment. It is powered by True 3D Dual M-OLED display for ultra-high quality video and audio.
This device can plug into a smartphone, tablet, computer or gaming console to experience big-screen quality entertainment. Goovis Lite comes with a cooling airflow system and optimal heat dissipation, as well as a diopter adjustment. It offers a comfortable lightweight fit and a brilliant 2 million to one contrast ratio for stunning images, regardless of the source. You can store movies and tv series directly in it too.
Here is a video showcasing the Goovis Lite:
The Goovis Lite Starts from $475 (Around KSH 47,000)
SoloWheel Glide 3
The Solowheel Glide 3 is a self-balancing electric unicycle and personal mobility gadget that has a range of 50 kilometers at a max speed of 31 kph.
The Solowheel balances itself from rolling front to back but that leaves it to the rider to balance from side to side. the rider has to learn to balance on Solowheel’s side to side lean while also learning how to control it. With both feet on the vehicle, you just lean forward to start going. When you want to slow down or stop, you lean back. To steer you use your legs.
The Solowheel charges in 4 hours and has a 16 inch wheel with an inflatable tire and can climb hills with a 25 degrees sustained slope. The entire unity weighs 11 kgs and has folding leg platforms on each side and a carry handle on top. Below is a video of the Solowheel in motion:
The Solowheel Glide 3 is available on the companies website for $899 (Around KSH 90,000).