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AZ Tech Beat | September 22, 2019

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Gadgets for the Guru

Gadgets for the Guru
Marcela Palefsky

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These over ear headphones from Grain Audio feature ear cups made of FSC certified walnut wood with hand-applied oil finish. These headphones deliver pure, natural sound using 2x40mm proprietary loudspeakers with Neodymium magnets and a CCAW voice coil. The headphones are compatible with any device with a 3.5mm headphone jack. They also come with an inline remote and mic, a 1¼ phono adapter and a carrying case. $199 grainaudio.com

Learn more about Grain Audio’s culture and design here.

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Bluetooth. KeyboardThe Penclic Bluetooth Mouse feels and acts like a pen with the capabilities of a computer mouse. The design creates a relaxed working position for the user, reducing Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) from regular mouse use, and features five buttons, a scroll wheel and laser sensor-operating on almost any surface. It has a wireless range of up to 16 feet, a rechargeable battery that lasts up to two months on a full charge and is MAC and PC compatible.  $89.95 penclic.se. Buy it on Amazon here.

 

 

R2LThis R2L Radiation Buster device is a paper-thin microprocessor that reduces cell phone and smartphone radiation by 70 percent and converts it into harmless light so you can see it working. The device was tested in accordance with FCC-approved Specific Absorption of Radiation (SAR) testing methods. By using R2L’s phone placement guide online, users can easily place the device on the back of most cell phones and smartphones.

$19.99 r2l.com. Watch their demo video here.