New review by me:
“Everything seems to be smart these days, we’ve got all kinds of smart stuff coming out and health and fitness products are very popular. The most common thing or should I say core item is the scale, if you want to get fit usually the goal is to lose weight and you need a good scale to give you accurate measurements, but not all scale are the same. Today for the review I have the Taylor Bluetooth Smart Scale which give you your weight but also can measure things like Fat Mass, Muscle Mass, and Body Water and it can send all this data to your iOS or Android device so you can keep track. Taylor does have their own free app you can use but the scale can also be used with other popular fitness apps. Read on to learn more… ”
New review by me..
“When someone thinks of a router they think of that rather large box with antennas that connects to your network for internet access, at least I do, but technology let’s us make things smaller and smaller. Today for review I’ve got the Satechi Smart Travel Router and it’s small, can easily fit in your hand and since it’s small you can take it with you, hence the name of course. It’s much more than a router though, it also has a USB port in it for charging but more importantly is that it’s a world power adapter that can be used in more than 150 countries so all of your stuff can get power wherever you are. The router is a router obviously, but it’s also a repeater, an access point and a client which means it can turn other devices into wireless ones, or enable wireless access for them. So read on to learn more…”
Quote: Today for review I’ve got something a little different, it’s not exactly mobile related but it is social related. A lot of the stuff we post on Mobility Digest is social networking related and news feeds etc so I thought this might fit in there somewhere. So what I have to review is the Karotz Smart Rabbit, it’s basically a robot but it’s much more than that as it can be your little friend on your desk. The Karotz can help you all day long by keeping you updated with newsfeeds, the weather, your friends tweets, Facebook updates and even keeping you entertained by singing to you. Well not exactly singing to you, but it can play your MP3 music files. It’s an internet connected device as you might have guessed, but it also respond to voice commands and you can use the special Flatnanoz which have RFID chips embedded in them to activate apps. So read on to learn more and say hello to my little friend…..