Place your hands and arms naturally and comfortably with the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. The improved split design encourages a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm position and its new curved key layout makes keys easier to reach. The Zoom Slider lets you zoom in for close-ups of Web pages, images, and more — with just the touch of a finger. And 5 customizable “My Favorites” keys give you instant access to the folders, files, and Web pages you use most.
Scientific ergonomic design encourages healthy neutral “handshake” wrist and arm positions for smoother movement and less overall strain. The ergonomically-designed thumb rests and grips fit the contour of your palm for maximum comfort. Five buttons give you improved control over your computer’s systems.
Recoil’s innovative spring-loaded design completely eliminates the frustration of tangled and unruly cords and will keep your desk, home, purse, backpack and car organized and tangle-free. To use the Recoil Winder, simply fold your cable in half, place the bend onto the winder, give it a small tug and watch your cable get smoothly and instantly wound inside the sleek protective shell.
A German startup called Noonee, in collaboration with Swiss design consulting firm Sapetti, have devised a seating apparatus that isn’t your traditional chair. They have developed an ergonomic, wearable “chair” that is designed to allow an individual to sit wherever and whenever they feel the need to rest. The chair is made of engineering plastics like polyamide, and attaches to the leg via a series of straps which automatically locks in place when a button at the top of the leg is pressed. Workers wearing the apparatus can then rest when needed while remaining the a convenient position for continuing the task at hand.
The ‘Chairless Chair’ has the potential to be applied to any industry that requires the workers to stand for long periods, but where a conventional chair would be an impediment. The most obvious example would be assembly line work or production lines, such as those for the automobile industry. By helping to assuage worker fatigue, the tool could increase efficiency while decreasing the likelihood of injury
Hand-sharpened stainless steel blades cut thick nails smoothly and easily with no need for filing, preventing nail splitting and the toenails. Unique handle design allows the nail clippers to cradle fingers, making it easier to control and delivering a more confident clip every time. Comes with industry leading 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and Lifetime Replacement Warranty means your purchase is protected by Amazon and backed by Harperton.
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We all know the feeling: the moment your phone slips through your fingertips and, in slow motion, crashes violently to the floor. You stop, wait, then cringe while reaching down for the phone for that moment of truth. Is the screen cracked?
Twenty-five-year-old student Philip Frenzel at Germany’s Aalen University created a device meant to deploy and protect your phone as soon as it leaves your fingertips. His inspiration is a story familiar to us all when he permanently broke his phone after throwing his jacket over a banister – with the phone in its pocket.
But this “mobile airbag” for your phone isn’t really an airbag at all. Rather, an “Active Dampening” (AD) case uses eight curved, springy feet to dampen your phone’s fall. Normally tucked into the case, they launch as soon as the phone detects freefall to absorb the shock of impact. Unlike car airbags, the device isn’t a one-time-use: the owner only need pop the eight curly legs back into their holsters.
The invention won Frenzel the 2018 award from the German Society for Mechatronics, and already has its own website. Now patented, the ADcase will be heading to Kickstarter sometime this month.
The BioLite Wood Burning Phone Charger is a camp-stove that combines a lightweight backpacking stove with an USB charger so you can cook a meal while charging your phone.
The BioLite uses patented thermoelectric technology to convert heat (from burning sticks – no expensive pre-packaged fuel) into enough electricity to charge up your phone or USB flashlight anywhere/anytime. In addition, it’s also a functional camp-stove, so you can cook your meals while you wait on your phone to charge up.
It’s light (about 2 pounds) and small (about the size of a 1-liter Nalgene water bottle). As a result, it’s easy to stow or pack for when you need it
Using face and body detection technology, the Hover Camera can accompany your journey hands-free with video recording and photo taking while cycling, running, surfing, or even hang-gliding with 13MP photos and 4K video
With owner mode you just scan your face into the app and the Passport will automatically find, follow, and record you. You can also snap photos with a quick gesture to the camera.
Hover Camera is crafted out of carbon fiber making it extra durable to falls and accidents; The Passport’s propellers are enclosed in a cage providing the highest standard of safety.
Perfect for anyone who loves listening to podcasts or music wherever they go, this tiny portable Bluetooth speaker is small enough to slide into your pocket yet manages to deliver an incredible degree of volume and sound clarity. It’ll sync almost instantly for use up to 33 feet away, and the top-of-the-line battery promises four hours of continuous playtime. It also comes in five colors (black, gold, silver, gray, and pink) and includes a hand strap, micro-USB charging cable, and micro-USB to Aux cord.
The Cyber Clean putty absorbs dirt and dust providing deep cleaning action. It is simple and efficient, just press it on and the dirt is gone. Cyber clean goes beyond all conventional cleaning products, getting into all the cavities because of its perfect combination of viscosity and elasticity. This product is laboratory tested, non-toxic, reusable and biodegradable.
Meet Gita, a mobile-carrier that follows people on the go. Gita encourages a mobile lifestyle for anyone who wants to move with ease, from millennials and parents to seniors and disabled individuals; it’s your answer for getting out the door without grabbing your car keys. Gita is built to carry up to 44 pounds of cargo and a volume of up to nearly 2,000 cubic inches (the equivalent of a case of wine, a loaded backpack, or two stuffed grocery bags).
A waterproof, stamp-size adhesive square may help locate lost valuables. Users can attach it to key chains, place them in wallets or purses and even stick them on laptops or books. Using the free Tile iPhone app, users can pinpoint the location of the Tile and the lost item. If all else fails, users can activate a sound alarm on the Tile to help find it.
Fusing retro mid-century and futuristic sci-fi design sensibilities, Bossa’s set of spherical Moonraker speakers is, appropriately, game to accommodate both old- and new-school tech. Built-in Bluetooth allows for streaming Spotify playlists, while analog inputs let you hook up your vintage record table.