This Lightning Charger Requires No Cable

Wouldn’t it be nice if you didn’t have to worry about coiling up your phone charger or getting the wires tangled and damaged? Sure, wireless chargers are great, but they’re slow, and older iOS devices don’t support it anyhow. This keyfob-sized cordless charger is the perfect solution to charging on the go.

Chargerito is compatible with iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches, and AirPod chargers and it clips easily on your keychain so you can bring it anywhere without really even thinking about it. It plugs right into the wall and your device sits right on top so you can charge without worrying about cords.

Pick one up today in the Technabob Shop for just $29.99, get two for 16% off at $49.99, or save big and get 3 for $66.99.

This Versatile Mount Will Prop Your Phone Up on Any Surface

Need a mount for your smartphone to help you navigate while driving? Trying to keep your phone propped up so you can follow a recipe while cooking? The Layze 2-in-1 Podium Stand Car Mount can do all that and more.

Attach the mount easily to your dashboard, kitchen wall, windshield, or pretty much any other flat surface. Featuring multiple points of rotation, you can angle your phone exactly the way you want it. The elastic clamp and silicone base keep it secure in its position, so you don’t have to worry about your phone tumbling to the floor while you’re trying to figure out how many cups of flour you need in that cake you’re baking. The study aluminum design is guaranteed to stand the test of time, no matter how many surfaces you attach it to.

The Layze 2-in-1 Podium Stand Car Mount is yours for only $20 in the Technabob Shop.

Get a Grip with This Handy Smartphone Camera Controller

Your smartphone is no longer just a communication device. Most models nowadays come with killer cameras that can take some seriously cool shots. Up your photo game even further with the ShutterGrip Smartphone Camera Controller.

The ShutterGrip can easily be attached to any smartphone, regardless of whether or not there’s a case on it. The controller comes with an ergonomic handle, as well as a wireless shutter button, to ensure your photos are always crisp and never shaky or blurry. Conveniently, it includes a tripod screw and lanyard hole, so you can deck it out with accessories from your photography kit and turn this device into the best thing since selfie sticks.

Want to be ready to get the perfect shot anytime, anywhere? Grab the ShutterGrip Smartphone Camera Controller for only $29.99 in the Technabob Shop.

10 Great Black Friday Deals in the Technabob Shop

It’s time to start sifting through all those great Black Friday deals. There’s no better time of the year for shoppers. If you need some inspiration on just what you can buy at a steep discount, take a look at these products in the Technabob Shop – and for one day only, use discount code BFRIDAY20 for an additional 20% off your order.

1) RevolCam

No smartphone is truly complete without the RevolCam high quality camera lenses. Take stunning shots from your phone for just $29.99 (40% off).

2) EarDial

You don’t want to seem like a loser at the concert, but you also don’t want to lose your hearing by the time you have children. EarDial is the perfect discrete earplugs that prevent hearing loss while still allowing you to enjoy the full experience of the concert. Get yours today for $21.99 (33% off).

3) FRESHeBUDS Ultra Earbuds

There camouflage earbuds pack a loud aural punch. See why they’re one of the best selling earphones on the market for just $49.99 (66%).

4) Ethical Hacking A to Z Bundle

Start a career in ethical hacking today with this course bundle for just $25 (96% off).

5) IllumiBowl

Bathrooms are a dangerous place at night, which is why you need IllumiBowl to add LED light to illuminate your path to the toilet. This product is only $12.99 (35% off)!

6) Activeon CX 1080p WiFi Action Camera

You won’t be able to find a better deal for an action camera than Activeon CX. You can record awesome 1080p HD video for just $36.99 (60% off).

7) YoCam Versatile Waterproof HD Camera

If you want permanent memories of your outdoor adventures, get yourself the YoCam for $99.99 (50% off).

8) eLearnExcel + eLearnOffice: Lifetime Subscription

This learning bundle is your secret to mastering the Microsoft Office Suite. Get yours today for just $35 (97% off).

9) Code Black Drone with HD Camera

The #1 best-selling drone on the market is now cheaper than even. With 6-axis flight control and 4-way flip capabilities, you can have the best drone for just $34.99 (75% off).

10) Treblab RF100 Magnetic HD Noise Cancelling Earphones

Take a break from reality and pop on these high fidelity earphones. This deal won’t last. You can get yours today for $39.99 (78% off).

Grab a Great Deal on These Wireless, Water-Resistant Earbuds

Earbuds won’t stay put while you jog? Always running out of battery at the gym? Solve those problems and more with the FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds. They’re on sale now for only $40 (USD) – that’s 66% off the regular price.

The hit FRESHeBUDS earbuds’ new Pro model is even better than before. With superior water resistance, these earbuds will help you rest assured as you sweat through that next workout. You’ll also enjoy enhanced battery life to ensure your earbuds don’t die on you in the middle of a jog. And pairing to your phone has never been easier – simply pull the magnetic buds apart and be on your way.

Don’t miss out on this great deal on a great set of headphones. They’re just $40 in the Technabob Shop.

The Charging Station That Will Blow Your Power Strip out of the Water

If you’re like most tech-savvy folks these days, you probably have quite a few devices – each with its own battery charger. But that clunky power strip is no longer the best place to plug in your chargers. Try the Kinkoo 40W 6-Port High Speed Charger.

This family-sized USB charger is packed with six high-speed ports – big enough for all your family’s devices. Kinkoo optimizes each port to ensure the fastest charging possible. And thanks to its high-quality, durable materials, you can rest easy that you’ve got a long-lasting charger that will power your gadgets for years.

Solve your charging problems once and for all with the Kinkoo 40W 6-Port High Speed Charger. It’s only $29.99(USD) in the Technabob Shop.

Upgrade the Zoom Function and Improve Your Smartphone’s Photography

Today’s smartphones take great pictures up close, but their zoom capability could definitely use an upgrade. The 8x Telephoto Smartphone Lens will improve your photography game by, well, eight times. And it’s yours for only $12.99 (USD).

You’ve probably noticed that if you zoom in on your smartphone when taking a photo, the picture frequently turns out blurry. That’s because the zoom is being done digitally, and not optically. This easily removable telephoto lens changes that, allowing you to get clear images up to 8 times closer. Whether you’re trying to capture the beautiful details of a flower or an animal in the distance, you’ll be glad you have this lens to help you out.

Get more beautiful pictures for just $12.99 in the Technabob Shop.

The Smartphone Stand That Fits Right in Your Wallet

So you want to read an article or watch a video on your phone, but most smartphone stands are too cumbersome to carry around with you. That’s not the case with this little pocket gadget. These Credit Card Sized Smartphone & Tablet Stands should fill the bill quite nicely.

There are myriad reasons to want a smartphone and laptop stand, but most don’t travel well. This credit-card sized one changes all that, as it works with most phones, tablets, and e-readers. Just stick it in your wallet and be on your way.

For just $19.99, you get three of these stands in the Technabob Shop. Buy a pack, and share them with your family or friends!

Samsung’s Galaxy Core Advance Case Uses Ultrasound to Detect Obstacles

Samsung Ultrasonic Cover

Not only texting while driving is dangerous and potentially fatal, but also texting while walking. Samsung’s Ultrasonic Cover for the Galaxy Advanced Core will help you avoid bumping into people or walls while typing on the go.

Samsung launched today three new accessories that are meant to improve the way disabled or visually impaired users handle their smartphones. Ultimately, the three new add-ons for the Galaxy Core Advance could be used by normal people, as well, as their functions are extremely interesting, considering that they get over the out of fashion technical specs.

First of all, there’s the Optical Scan Stand, a raised bracket that employs the smrtphones OCR capabilities to transform text to voice. Obviously, this could primarily help people that cannot see very well the text, or who are unable to speak. On the other hand, it could prove useful to tourists who have the name of a place written on a paper in the local language.

Secondly, the Voice Labels enable visually impaired people to label things from around their homes, in order to identify them at a later moment in time. In concept, these resemble Samsung’s NFC-equipped TechTile stickers. The company explained that “[The Voice Label] can also help a user distinguish how to use electronics by allowing them to record a short explanation.”

The most important accessory, however, is the Ultrasonic Cover, a case that employs sound waves to figure out if there are any people or objects in the way. Mind you, the South Korean tech company figured that a larger than necessary radius would lead to a lot of confusion, so they restricted the case’s detection area to just two meters.

Simply put, Samsung turns people into bats with the Ultrasonic Cover. Whenever obstacles are detected in front of the phone, the user will be alerted either via vibrations or vocal feedback. Regardless of the chosen method, the user will become aware and have time to avoid the person or object standing in front him, thus avoiding accidents.

Even though the Galaxy Core Advance may look ancient because of the hardware buttons on the front and on the sides, these assist people with disabilities to use the smartphone without touching the screen. Besides the three new accessories, such features are of great use for the disabled.

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EyeGo Accessories Enable Eye Exams With Nothing More but a Smartphone

EyeGo Adapter - Smartphone Eye Exam 2

Even though it’s not the best idea in the world to diagnose yourself or have someone from the family do it at home, the EyeGo adapters for smartphones might trigger the alarm that would push people to go see an ophthalmologist.

An ophthalmologist’s office includes all sorts of devices that can be used to examine someone’s eyes in great detail. This way, not only the diopters can be determined, but also the thickness of the cornea, for example, among many-many other things. In rural areas and developing countries, such complex examinations usually cannot be performed either because there isn’t any trained personnel to do them, or the necessary equipment cannot be bought. In such cases, the EyeGo adapters for smartphones could be used for performing eye exams in an easy, quick manner.

Assistant professor of ophthalmology Dr. Robert Chang and ophthalmology resident Dr. David Myung developed two EyeGo adapters that attach easily to any smartphone with a decent camera. Why two adapters? It’s quite simple, actually. One of them is used for analyzing the cornea (the front surface of the eye), while the other one focuses the light on the retina (the back of the eye). While not exactly professional equipment, the EyeGo system does a great job in preliminary identifying any eye problems that people might have.

As the two developers said, the EyeGo adapters are meant to “make it easy for anyone with minimal training to take a picture of the eye and share it securely with other health practitioners or store it in the patient’s electronic record.” It’s quite obvious that these smartphone adapters will put ophthalmology under a new light, so I only hope that the two researchers continue their work.

When I was 4-years old, my grandparents discovered that the center of my eyes looked clouded, after noticing that I was standing really close to the TV to see whatever was on. There hadn’t been any cataracts cases, or any severe eye diseases prior to my case in the family, so there was nothing suggesting that they should check my eyes periodically. From this point of view, I regret being born in a time when medical technology wasn’t as widely spread as it is today. While my problem couldn’t have been avoided, as it had a genetic characteristic, it could’ve been discovered earlier, probably making things a bit better for me.

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