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This cordless vacuum uses an enhanced brush bar that’s 75% more efficient than the ones found in the V6 series. Inside the brush bar is a powerful motor that drives stiff nylon bristles deep into the surface. Two tiers of radial cyclones are also in place to increase the airflow and to capture more debris, dust, and other particles from carpets and hard floors. The trapped dirt can be instantly taken out of the bin with a single action, allowing for hygienic disposal. … [Read more...] about Cheap Vacuums: Bissel, Dyson, Hoover, and Shark from just $70
Tempest — advanced personal weather station Home weather stations have been around for decades at this point, but Tempest might be the most advanced one yet. It measures just about everything you could ever imagine. Seriously. It’s not just the basic stuff like rain, temperature, and barometric pressure — it measures all that stuff and more using a variety of different methods, thereby giving you the most complete set of real-time weather data possible. Amazingly, it does all this without any moving parts, and also without wires. It’s 100% solar-powered and can transmit information via Wi-Fi to a base station in your house. It even shares all this data with the National Weather Service so it can make more accurate predictions for the general forecast. Pretty neat stuff! … [Read more...] about Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Lego-style waffles and a no-touch door opener
As mentioned, this kiddie tablet comes with a free one-year subscription to FreeTime Unlimited, which is a Netflix-like subscription service with plenty of child-friendly ebooks, videos, and games. This service also includes tools for detailed scheduling and restrictive internet access so parents can limit how and when kids use the tablet. FreeTime has a blue background and the icons are large and easy to read. The interface is landscape-only, but once you open certain apps and ebooks you’ll be able to view them in portrait mode. There’s also a great way to discover any type of content through “Characters” which you can click on the top part of the home screen. There, kids can scroll through icons that run from generic, like Dinosaurs, to very specific brands, like Lego, Sesame Street, Marvel, and Star Wars. Clicking on any of these brings up a list of all available ebooks, videos, and apps from that category, and tapping on each individual item downloads or … [Read more...] about Kids Tablets: Amazon Fire HD 7, Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab starting at $70
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