Gadgets for the Guru

This week on Gadget Guru we’ve found some cool scanning tools, a clip on camera that captures life in motion and an iPad amplifier seen on Shark Tank.
Memoto – Memoto is five-megapixel camera that can be placed to your clothing with a stainless steel clip. This small camera automatically captures a photo every 30 seconds or can be double-tapped to take a single shot.  The mobile app is iPhone and Android compatible and comes with cloud service. Memoto features a micro-USB port for charging and connecting to a computer. $279
IRIScan MouseIRIScan Mouse – The IRIScan Mouse scans documents as it slides over the page, turning it into a digital file that can be imported into PDF, Word, Excel and more. Using its Optical Character Recognition software, the mouse turns the scan into an editable document. You can also upload your scans directly to social media sites and the Cloud. This mouse is compatible with PCs. $79
SoundBenderSoundBender – Seen on ABC’s Shark Tank, the SoundBender magnetically connects to the iPad’s speaker area and bends the sound towards the user, amplifying the sound. This accessory is designed to fit the iPad 2,3 and 4. The SoundBender comes in six colors: black, white, red, pale blue, hot pink and gray. $12.99
ADAPT – Outdoor Technology’s ADAPT wirelessly connects with your smartphone, tablet, laptop and other Bluetooth-enabled device to stream audio at a range of up to 30 feet. ADAPT features rugged, rubberized coating meant for on-the-go use in the home, car, outdoors and more. It also features options to skip tracks and control volume without touching your connected device. It has 5 to 6 hours of playtime and 150 hours of standby time. $39.95 

3 thoughts on “Gadgets for the Guru”

  1. Momento is a sweet product.. an Jacob at Heat Sync Labs has built one that is a momento on steroids; in terms of specs and abilities. You should chat with him about the products he creates, they kick butt!

  2. Hi, this is Niclas from Memoto. Thanks for writing about our company! We’re getting close to shipping the Memoto camera to the market and we appreciate your support! If you (this blog or its readers) have any questions – please don’t hesitate to reach out through twitter, facebook, web, etc!
    Best regards, Niclas Johansson

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