YouTubers take note. If you’re looking for a great smartphone to further your video ambitions, the LG V20 could be the phone for you.
With advanced video and photo capabilities, the phone is a videographer’s dream. I had a chance to play around with the V20 for a couple weeks to test and review. Continue reading “LG V20 smartphone review”
I love testing out beauty gadgets, so when I heard about T3’s new curling iron which it says will create, “flawless curls, powered by science” I was more than a little interested.
The T3 Micro Twirl 360 is a 1.25″ barrel ceramic curling iron. While it looks like most standard curling irons, its lovely white sheathing makes it look ultra modern. But behind the nice styling is some serious technology, because this curling iron can curl your hair virtually by itself, because it has a built in gyroscope that whirls the curls for you. Continue reading “T3 Micro Twirl 360 smart curling iron review”
Thermometers are kind of gross if you think about it. They go places that are filled with germs, and you have to wonder if they’re ever truly clean. Now, you can thank technology for the ability to get an accurate temperature without having to stick anything anywhere.
Thermometer works touch-free
The Flo thermometer from Zeraph is a contact-free thermometer that allows you to take temperatures without touch.
Just hold Flo about an inch away from the person’s forehead and in a second, you’ve got their number. The simplified LED system flashes green when temperature is normal or red when your patient has a fever. You can even use it without needing to wake up you kids, or a sick spouse. Plus, it works for checking the temperature of liquids like a baby bottle or bath water. Hold Flo about 1 inch from the liquid and you’ll know the temperature of what’s inside.
App keeps track
Flo works with a companion app that allows you to add photos for family members, notes and to keep records for everyone in the family.
Zeraph Flo is available for $49.99 USD from the company’s website.