Innovations Archive

First-Look Review of the GPD MicroPC 6-inch Handheld Industry Laptop

Portable electronics have taken over the world. From smartphones to tablets, it feels like every home and workplace is connected online. But for industry work, finding a PC that can accommodate all your needs can still be a little tough. Because your typical consumer laptop doesn’t make use of RJ45 ports or RS-232 connections. Which leaves many people using full sized devices, adapters, much older …

First-Look Review of the MATRIX PowerWatch 2

Smartwatches aren’t tough to choose between, but they are slightly tougher than choosing an ordinary watch. Because you’re not only concerned with the aesthetic, the comfort of the band, and the simplicity of the buckle. You’re also looking at compatibility with your smartphone, and its broader set of features. But interestingly, the people who make the best smartphones won’t necessarily make the best watches. It …

First-Look Review of UNOBRUSH – The World’s Smartest Toothbrush

Compare the modern toothbrush to brushes used a few hundred years ago. You’ll notice the brushes we’re using today look pretty much the same. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. The mechanical hammer hasn’t seen many big improvements in recent history, either. Making a better toothbrush is difficult. How can you improve upon something so simple? UNOBRUSH Nevertheless, the UNOBRUSH is basically an attempt to …

DREVO BladeMaster Review – The Ultimate Wireless Mechanical Keyboard?

There is no denying that Apple products are gorgeous machines. They are beautifully designed and typically feature smooth and powerful performance, but their keyboards leave something to be desired. If you’re a fan of mechanical keyboards, but prefer using Apple over PCs, you know how disappointing Apple’s new keyboards can be. Apple keyboards use proximity sensors instead of mechanical pieces, which doesn’t quite have the …

QooCam Review: World’s First interchangeable 4K 360° & 3D Camera

When we were kids, our fathers never had to go to the gym. All of our portable electronics (and we use the term portable very hesitantly) were heavy enough to transform our dads into hulking, memory-documenting, car phone-wielding musclemen. If you were born any later than 1997, you’ll never understand the struggle of lugging around a 15 lb. camcorder. If you’ve ever seen a behind-the-scene …