This post is about smartphone gadgets and we will be telling you about 10 best and cheap gadgets that you should buy.
All right kicking things off with the smartphone telescope which has a magnification far more powerful than any standard smartphone telephoto lens. What we’re talking about here is the ability to get 40 times closer to objects and whilst this isn’t the most intuitive bit of kit to use it’s a little bit fiddly there’s a little bit of setup involved and it doesn’t fill the whole Ferns display nonetheless, it is an incredibly impressive effect that you’ve no doubt not been able to achieve thus far with any other smartphone gadget.
Seawag which allows your phone to become completely fully immersive all in water up to 25 meters. So really this is a glorified plastic bag but a gives you peace of mind and peace of mind comes from the straps at the top which when they’re locked into place completely air lock the bag so no water can get into it.
The smartphone umbrella to which looks like any other standard high-quality umbrella. You’ve got two layers of material to help it last for longer, you’ve got a painted interior. It even actually opens in Reverse which is cool but the crux of it is this handle which allows you to use the umbrella while still keeping both hands-free, it means you can still use your smartphone. This is a real 21st century product.
It’s not the most polished or necessarily the most well rounded product but there’s definitely some fun to be had here there’s a proprietary application which has quite a few different built-in games nothing too deep nothing you can really get your teeth sunk into but it’s quite a nice novelty and the hardware itself is nice it’s strong plastic construction feels good in the hand and looked pretty badass too.
This is the karaoke mic there’s a set of earphones which admittedly are the best and even for $10 you can get better sound quality wise but you get this condenser microphone which you’ve been raised to your mouth when you’re trying to talk to someone to get much clearer audio quality. It’s better than its diminutive size would suggest and because of its plug-and-play nature that means that when you get the product you can just plug it in your smartphone and you’re good to go no extra software or faff required.
A smart wallet that can be tracked by a GPS across the globe, that has a built-in buzzer which you can activate remotely from your phone. It’s pretty nice to look at it’s got a slick slim interior and a faux leather finish.
Cozoo Headphone stand
A headphone stand which does not sound like the most interesting item but there is a twist. This headphone stand has one side with adhesive on it which allows you to stick it to the underside of your desk but the thing I’d say really makes this product are the cable routing stickers that come with it which also use a deceive to stick to the underside of your desk and they keep the cable needs you can thread the cable through them and it won’t hang down at all and last but not least and where this links to your smart phone is the three port charging station on the front.
It looks like a folding piece of plastic but it does solve a very real problem where your socket is placed too high up your wall and anything you plug into it literally is hanging in the balance so you grab this phone holder and you actually fit it around your phone charger on the wall and by giving your device a trade to rest on you can actually charge your phone.
This is a gigantic almost intimidating looking stand over here but with this clever rotating holder it can hold all manner of devices your phone your tablet even an e-reader if you wanted to and because the legs are so far apart and so stable it means that you can use it in challenging situations such as when you’re in bed or when you’re shuffling around on a sofa it’ll hold itself in place.
This is just a microphone no earphones and you just plug it into your phone and you’re good to go quite a nifty little $5 stepping-stone for anyone who wants to step into the world of vlogging.