Here is our guide to some of the most popular products on Wellbots during lockdown
It is difficult to stay up-to-date with the ever-growing, forever changing tech space. Well, that is where we come in. We will tell you about technology products or industry trends, and, guaranteed to help you stay on the cutting edge of tech. Tech gadgets and electronics are getting smaller and smaller, and we all look to have our special must-have gadgets that we never leave the house without. You undoubtedly have a smartphone with you whenever you leave the home, but that isn’t to say there cannot be some more convenience.
This year is a very special year. With the Covid 19 crisis and the lockdown, consumer are adapting to new ways of life. So which products have made it to the top of our customers' shopping lists? Read on to learn more.
Moving on to the EVO II Pro. This version of the EVO II is tailored more toward pilots looking to get the best-looking footage. And yes, 8K is unique than the 6K footage that Autel promises from the EVO II Pro. But this drone has a full 1-inch Sony IMX383 sensor and adjustable aperture from f/2.8 up to f/11, just like DJI’s Phantom four Pro and Mavic 2 Pro. It was a big deal when DJI added that ability to adjust the depth of field, and now, it can have competition. Unfortunately, this version doesn’t take 48-megapixel stills. Instead, it takes 20MP shots. That’s still more than plenty of pixels even for big prints. EVO drone has Ultra-HD camera with a 1” sensor: Takes pics with 5472 x 3648 resolution, and records 5.5K video at 60 fps and 4K video at 120 fps, with a rate of 120 Mbps. The lens aperture can be adjusted within the range of f/2.8-f/11. All three camera modules support a variety of shooting modes, including Single shot, Time-lapse, Burst shooting, High-dynamic-range (HDR) imaging, Auto exposure bracketing (AEB) as well as Night beat (high signal-to-noise ratio). A higher definition lives feed on the EVO 2 drone camera can be displayed on your remote control’s screen and connect with Autel Live Deck to displayed on any device including phone, tv, and computer, etc. Pictures and videos may be stored in the onboard memory of aircraft and on a micro SD card. EVO II Pro Drone contains a higher precision 3-axis gimbal that keeps the camera steady while the aircraft is flying, is Suring photostability and clarity. You can use the remote control’s gimbal pitch dial to adjust the pitch axis to any angle from 0° to 90° at any time. EVO II Dones is an aircraft having three camera options. All cameras for it can be purchased separately and are substitutable.
- Work efficiently
- Great Cameras
It’s called the CC Plus for a reason. It takes all the good things about a Dolphin Nautilus CC and makes them just that much best. It’s got the best Clever Clean system that can map out the better, fast way to cleaning your pool and when in operation, can dodge obstacles. many pool cleaners pledge debris into a bag without sorting out the huge from the small. This will lead to headaches in cleaning them. The Dolphin Nautilus CC Plus has dual layered filtration, where big debris is caught by one filter and small by another layer. This permits for great directed cleaning and a quick return to cleaning. For a pool cleaner already designed to make fast work of cleaning your pool, this’s an essential feature. The CC Plus takes those sorts and adds a slightly longer power cord for best reach, and slightly big filters to either accommodate a large pool or just to make life just a small easy for pool owners. It’ll not break the bank to make this happen. At 16 pounds, the Dolphin Nautilus CC Plus is pretty light for a robotic pool cleaner. However, it’ll vacate its water before you try for wrestling it out of the water to make for a simple task of that. This maximizes portability in a line of pool cleaners legendary to combine weight and bulky design into a headache to move about. With the Nautilus CC Plus, keeping the cleaner is simple, thanks to the top load filter. It may scrub, filter, vacuum your pool in under three hours. For simple cleaning, there are dual scrubbing brushes. It characteristic a patented swivel cable for covering the pool better. Furthermore, there’s smart navigation that scans your pool floor through cleaning. The Dolphin Nautilus CC Plus Robotic is our choice for the great automatic pool cleaner on the market. Its robotic nature will save you a few sums of money on the next electricity bill of yours. Traditional pressure side and suction side cleaners are not quite as smart as the Dolphin Nautilus. The Dolphin Nautilus has built-in smart scanning technology to help it to identify the places that need the most help. When it comes to taking care of your Dolphin Nautilus CC, you simply remove the simple to clean filter cartridges and put them back in. It’s a job that will take you just a few minutes. When choosing an automatic pool, cleaner programming is imperative. Fortunately, you can program this unit to run every day, each other day or each third day. With its quality cleaning capabilities, you likely will not need it to run every day unless you had a storm or a big group of people swimming. Like an automatic pool cleaner, the Dolphin Nautilus CC Plus struggles with steps.
Who Has Not Struggled with A Step or Two Some Points in Their Life?
If you are looking for a quality unit that will keep your pool looking clean without you having to babysit it or do it yourself, you will be pleased with this automatic pool cleaner. It has a 60-foot swivel cord, designed to be tangle-free during use. it's a valuable feature because you don’t need to worry about the plug accidentally getting pulled out of the socket because of a stuck cord. The Dolphin is easy to use. All you need to do is plug it in and drop it in the pool. This makes your life a lot simply because you don’t have to struggle with more parts or watch to make sure it’s doing the job. It will clean all surfaces in 3 hours which will save you time and hassle. You can keep the robot into the pool first thing in the morning and enjoy the rest of the day swimming. The filters are easy to clean and just require to be rinsed out after a cleaning cycle. This’s such a best feature because it lets you finish cleaning the pool quickly and easily and get on with your day. This robotic cleaner is cost-efficient because it uses an energy-efficient power source that plugs into your outlet of home and doesn’t put any more strain on the existing filtration system of the pool. This pro your pocketbook in 2 ways, your energy bill will be low and the system of your pool will last longer.
- Top-load filter cartridges
- easy programming
- Sometimes struggles with steps
- Slow than the top brand
- Drop few debris when eliminating from water
Segway is a well-loved and well-known brand in the personal transport market, but how does their electric Kick Scooter stack up? The Segway Ninebot Kick scooter ES4 has a powerful motor or battery, which gives it the good speed and some of the better range you can find. It is a great electric commuter scooter with some downsides besides the high-cost tag.
Range and Speed
The ES4 is a powerful electric scooter. The motor contains a power of 800w, making it more impressive scooters out there. At the regular output, we are looking at 300 watts (which is 50W further than the Xiaomi Mi M365 Scooter for example). It has 2 batteries an internal one and an external one. That more external battery is what gives it a max range of 28 miles. If your commute is long, you will need that battery power. If you do not want it, you can disconnect the external battery and just rely on the internal one. As for speed, the ES4 is an upgrade on Segway’s older ES2 or ES3 models. The ES4 scooter can speed up to 19 mph. To save on power, there is a speed limit mode and a standard and sports mode. If you want to get up hills on your commute, the slope grade of ES4 is 15-degrees.
Control Panel and Bluetooth
To access important information such as your riding mode, speed, and battery life, just take a look at the ES4’s LED screen. Segway has a Bluetooth phone application for this scooter. It allows you to customize the color of your rear and sidelights, and turn the headlight on and off. You can use an anti-theft function, alarm, and conduct vehicle diagnostics. There is a cruise control option, which limits your speed to a breezy 12 mph. This’s a perfect way to save on battery without losing important speed.
Safety with electric scooters is paramount. Thankfully, the ES4 Kick scooter is UL 2272 certified, which is likely the most important safety feature to look for with scooters. This certification means the lithium battery system has gone through rigorous tests, so with appropriate care, the scooter would not explode. You can more assure your safety by treating the battery well and never overcharging it, keeping the scooter in a cool, dry place, and utilizing the official charger. The lighting of the scooter is worth checking out, and Segway was wise for keeping the rear light is added with the ES3. You will be seen from behind, which is just as essential on the road as being seen from the front. For riding safety, there’re shock-absorbent materials, so you’re not jarred as hard if you hit something.
- Suitable cost
- Reliable brand
- Tires aren’t great
August smart locks are famous, and for a better reason. The retrofit design makes them simple for installing without replacing your existing deadbolt. It is smart sufficient to work with smart house setups for Google Assistant, Apple Home Kit, and Amazon Alexa. We gave multiple generations of August locks our Editors' Choice Award for their simple installation, good app, and smart home integration. Now, there is a new one on the scene. Hello, August Wi-Fi Smart Lock. Slimmed-down and more smartened, it is the better one still. It comes with built-in Wi-Fi, negating the requirement for the more August Connect ($58 at Amazon) plug-in modules. At $250, the new lock is costly but it is in the same cost range as the previous generation lock, and well worth your money if you are looking to get your front door online.
Smaller Smart Lock Design
August's perfect retrofit design stays true to its roots in this 4th-generation model. What is remarkably different is the size. The August Wi-Fi Smart Lock is 45 percent smaller than its predecessors, measuring 2.83 inches in diameter and just 1.81 inches in depth. While there is never been anything especially ugly about the lock, putting a large chunk of metal on the interior of your door is not an interior dream of the designer. Nearly all smart locks need this aesthetic obstruction, relying on a huge battery and thumb latch housings mounted on the interior side of your door. A smart house should have August's smart. The design team, which includes renowned designer Yves Béhar, stayed true to the original design while making little updates. You will notice a slightly different ridge pattern about the sides of the lock, designed for improving grip. Along that ridge is a cleverly placed August logo to help you tell whether your door is locked or not. On the inside, the August Wi-Fi Smart Lock is powered by 2 CR123 batteries.
- Simple to install
- Works with Home Kit, Alexa, Z-Wave, Nest, Google Assistant, IFTTT, and more
- Flexible settings
- Convenient Auto-Lock, and Auto-Unlock features
- No alarm, unlike competitor Kwikset