Top 5 Tech Gadget launched in World on New Year 2015

By | January 25, 2016

For all tech lovers, here is something that you will love. Here is a list of bad boys that you will like to grab on New Year’s. We bring to you a list of the best technologies that are varied and awe inspiring. The tech market will be abuzz with not only phones, but more digital wonders like digital wrist bands, lap tops with state of the art technology with sexier hardware designs that are sleek and processors in a box. From smart phones to smart watches we have it all here, laid out for you.

Top 5 Tech Gadgets launched This New Year

1. Quell

Quell, from NeuroMetrix, is a state of the art band designed to provide drug-free pain relief through a brand new technology called the wearable intensive nerve stimulation (WINS). It is intended for patients with chronic pain caused due to the conditions like Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis, and Sciatica. The band stimulates sensory nerves upon wearing that carry neural pulses to the brain. These pulses trigger a natural response that blocks pain signals throughout the body. Quell also connects to the smartphone so that therapy sessions can be tracked. You can also connect to the Quell HealthCloud via mobile app.

2. IonVR

The IonVR is a mobile virtual reality headset that uses a smartphone for its display. Smartphones that have screens measuring from 4.5 to 6 inches and that run on platforms such as Android and iOS will work. The device runs on MotionSync Technology that aims to address virtual reality sickness through a smoother VR experience. The headset also uses a modular system in order to hold the phone so users don’t need to buy a new headset when they replace their smartphone.

3. Adidas SmartRun

Adidas earlier had its SmartRun watch and Smart Ball on display at CES Unveiled. The high-end watch is for sprinters. It retails for $300, and has been designed to help serious runners improve with real-time coaching through mi-Coach training plans created by running coaches. The device has many features like a strap-free continuous heart rate monitor, a GPS for recording speed and distance, a workout review, a wireless music player, and also up to eight hours of battery life.

4. Skulpt

Skulpt is an organization that creates fitness devices for specifically monitoring muscle health through electrical impedance myography (EIM). The Skulpt Aim measures electrical current flow in different directions and depths to determine muscle condition and body fat percentage.

5. Klaxoon

Klaxoon is aimed at providing new means of communications for groups of people, especially those in the workplace. The cross-platform tool works on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. The startup plans to use mobile devices to make group communications more interactive. Based on content, the users can propose activities to boost engagement; this includes surveys, brainstorming sessions, challenges, quizzes, or live messaging. If someone is giving an educational presentation, for example, he or she can launch a survey to determine how many people understood the content.

This New Year’s enjoy fellas!

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