I saw an article today about a new product fusion is launching this year - air purifying noise cancellation headphones.
I don’t think I’d ever need them or want them but they look wild and I love to see them in action.
What tech, gadget or software are you excited about seeing? Share some pics below and let’s get the community back to being a fun place to spend time.
You don’t have to want to buy something to be excited by it.
I imagine it’s a marketing gimmick to get everyone talking about the Dyson brand.
Not that I’d ever have a Dyson product in my house after the company backed Brexit and then relocated their HQ as soon as it happened. I’d rather have dirty floors and filthy air.
But back to the topic, there aren’t really any gadgets or future tech that I’m looking forward to in the near future. An Apple Car is just a car, their augmented reality glasses aren’t going to be that useful either.
If anything, I’d like to take some tech out of my life and get into woodwork or something hands on.
A phone, a tablet, bluetooth earbuds… that’s enough to keep me content.
Ninja edit to add… I don’t think the next tech revolutions are going to be new products, but more likely changes in the way we use existing tech. Be that promises of Web 3.0, crypto, a new generation of social media, new ways to work from home etc etc. The internet still hasn’t been around that long and I doubt we’re even close to its full potential yet.
Put me down for quieter roads and cleaner air once EVs are in the majority - THAT excites me (the increased tyre particles in the sea does not excite me)
I want an electric vehicle. Simpler to run, cheaper to run, charge it at home - no going to the petrol station, and save the environment. But they’re too expensive and people who live in rental houses or flats can’t really charge them.
Not really sure of anything else that’s coming out. My smartphone is pretty simple, I wear a retro Casio watch when I need one. Got a 2012 MacBook Pro, 2009 year car, it all works well.
Might get some wireless earphones, but adding charging seems like a step backwards in usability. Not that much that I’m excited for these days.
My prediction for the future is more and more small, low cost devices having computer chips and batteries in them, like these hats with lights that have come out recently:
I think most people look at hi-tech gadgets that will come out with improved technology, but overlook simple, low cost devices that will now become economically viable. Maybe something like a battery powered cigarette lighter or gloves with heaters in them, but reasonably priced for the masses.