5 Cool Gadgets You Must Know About

Wondering what cool gadgets are on the market? You’re in luck, because we’ve compiled a list of five cool gadgets that you must know about. Keep reading to find out more!

1. Smartphone

With all the cool features of smartphones, it’s obvious that they are cool gadgets. If you’re looking for a cool new phone to get, there are plenty of cool options out there.

The iPhone is an Apple product that’s cool because it has so many cool features. The basic model of the iPhone starts at $599 for 64GB. It has really great cameras, which makes it really cool because you can take some cool pictures with it. It also comes with the ios operating system which allows you to download more cool apps that can make your life more interesting!

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is also another cool smartphone that has a lot of cool features like great photos and videos. The Galaxy S5 is a cool Android phone that starts at $199 for 16GB. This phone also has a fingerprint scanner which makes it more cool and safe to use!

2. A Smartwatch

A close up of a hand holding a cellphone

A Smartwatch is a wearable computer that is typically worn on the wrist and is able to run mobile apps.

The first smartwatch was released in 2002 by Microsoft, but they didn’t become popular until 2013 when the Samsung Galaxy Gear was released.

Nowadays, there are a variety of different smartwatches to choose from, such as the Apple Watch, Samsung Gear S2, and Moto 360.

There are a number of reasons why you might want to get a smartwatch. For example, if you’re a busy person and you need to stay connected at all times, a smartwatch can allow you to keep track of your notifications and important messages without having to take your phone out of your pocket.

3. A Portable Charger

Portable chargers are a great way to keep your devices charged on the go. They come in all shapes and sizes, and there are a lot of different options to choose from. My favorite portable charger is the Anker PowerCore 10000, which is small enough to fit in your pocket and has enough power to charge most smartphones twice.

4. An eReader

An eReader is a cool gadget that you can use to read books without having to carry around tons of heavy books. It has all the features of an electronic tablet, but it also includes a display screen for reading your favorite novels or textbooks.

The cool thing about this cool gadget is that it’s made so you can download digital versions of anything from magazines, children’s stories, cookbooks and even video games. The Kindle store provides free eBooks as well as classic titles with prices starting at just $0.99!

An eReader is perfect for anyone who loves to read because they are lightweight, portable and affordable! You no longer have to worry about where you’re going to put your next book on your shelf.

5. A Drone

Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are remotely controlled aircrafts that can be used for surveillance and combat. They come in many shapes and sizes, from the large Predator to hand-sized mini drones such as the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+. Drones have been around since World War I when they were first built by radio control pioneer Nikola Tesla. The technology has progressed substantially over the years; today’s military drones can fly at speeds of up to 300 miles per hour and carry a ton of cargo. Drones also provide an excellent method for taking pictures: they’re perfect for capturing aerial views of landscapes and cities like New York City or Los Angeles.

Drones offer photographers a new perspective on their subject matter, but they’re still a controversial tool. Though the US government has declared that it will make more parts of their drone program public, drones are not subject to any laws or legislation, and thousands of unidentified flying objects have been sighted since the 1960s. The large majority of drones aren’t cool gadgets like smartphones or other cool devices—they’re mostly used for military or surveillance purposes. However, with the advent of cheaper and more user-friendly drones, we’re starting to see more commercial and recreational uses for them, such as search-and-rescue operations, crop monitoring, and even racing.