Still undecided on back to school shopping? Technology is never ending with innovative ways to do things like making ice cream, listening to music in tight spaces and more.
EcoTank ET-15000 All-in-One Cartridge-Free Supertank Printer
The EcoTank ET-15000 $900, is perfect for school projects. Help your kids express their creative side on poster-like size 13″ x 19″ paper. It also accommodates smaller size paper and a selection of media type. Typically, printers of this large paper size can cost an arm and a leg with frequent pricey ink cartridge replacements. But the ET-15000 comes with two years of bottled ink at a fraction of the cost of “old school” printers. Let the kids think big with a large format printer expanding their creativity with big scale projects and presentations.
Philips Norelco OneBlade
The Philips Norelco OneBlade $65, is an affordable, light one-stop tool for shaving, beard trimming and shaping. It consists of one double-edged shaver with a removable beard trim head. Trim your beard to a precise stubble length the detachable variable length cutter. Get a perfect edge on your style with the dual-sided blade shaving in either direction. OneBlade doesn’t shave too close, so your skin stays comfortable. The rechargable NimH battery delivers 45 minutes of constant styling after an 8-hour charge. OneBlade easily follows the contours of your face allowing you to effectively and comfortably trim and shave all areas of your face. No more razor burn or ingrown hairs! OneBlade is water resistant too and the dual blade warns when to replace it when its colour changes. Just rinse it under the tap. You can shave dry or wet with foam, even in the shower.
7 in 1 Ninja Creami Ice Cream Maker
The Ninja NC301 Creami Ice Cream Maker Maker $189, makes perfect Gelato, Mix-ins, Milkshakes, Sorbet, Smoothie Bowls & More. It has 7 One-Touch Programs, with two containers and lids, Compact Size, Perfect for students of any age. It features Ninja’s Creamify Technnology which unlike traditional ice cream makers, can finely shave and churn ice particles into creamy frozen treats in minutes. Making ice cream with the Creami is an overnight affair and fun to do with family and friends.
Huawei’s Best Watch
The new HUAWEI WATCH GT 3 Pro Platinum edition $549, is an excellent companion watch with more than 100 activity monitoring choices. It features a 466 x 466 high-definition screen resolution which offers even more clarity than previous versions, so all data and images can be read clearly. The display is made of sapphire glass, a material as hard as a diamond and the high-tech ceramic at the back goes through over 60 processes to take it from zirconia ceramic powder to the finished product which senses even the slightest changes in body temperature among it’s six sensors. Check out my review of the WATCH GT 3 Pro Titanium and WATCH GT 3 Pro Ceramic Edition here.
The Samsung Galaxy FE S21
The Samsung Galaxy FE S21 $900, has the DNA of it’s full version siblings minus a few features casual users can live without at a saving. The 6.4 inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 120Hz, HDR10+ bright screen and 401 pixel density and IP68 water and dust resistance make it perfect for any adventure. It’s plenty powerful with a Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G and
the 32MP selfie photos keep personal high quality picture memories. It features a Gorilla Glass Victus glass front, a tough plastic back and aluminum frame.
Sharp Air Purifier
The Shark Air Purifier 4 $399, with Anti-Allergen Multi-Filter and Smart Clean Sense IQ sensing helps purify and track the air quality of your home with four powerful fans and anti-allergen HEPA filtration and with Advanced Odour Lock. With allergies increasing over the summer, and ongoing forrest fires the Shark Air Purifier can bring back the air quality of your room or home from a typical harmful index 7 to an index 2 in hours. Leave the pollen, dust and odour outside and keep the comfort and relaxation indoors.
The Most Affordable Sonos Sound Bar
Upgrade your TV, music, and gaming experiences with the impressively compact and easy-to-use Ray soundbar $349. The Ray has the same DNA of its two larger siblings, so you still get Sonos quality in a smaller size and price, like balanced sound, including crisp dialogue and solid bass. It works with your TV controller for volume adjustment as well as the Sonos App for Android or iOS and Apple AirPlay2. It only takes two cables and a few minutes to get set up, and the forward-facing acoustics make Ray ideal for an enclosed space, like a dorm or bedroom. This a great starter speaker, ready to add more Sonos speakers for 2.1 stereo surround sound and multiroom listening.