With each passing year comes a new line of technological advances, and over the past decade these gadgets and devices have reached heights that were never thought possible before. Here is a list of some of the best technology to come out (or that has already) in 2014.
Goji Smart Lock
Using keys will soon become a thing of the past with technology like the Goji Smart Lock. The device allows you to gain entrance into your home by the tap of an electronic key fob or a smart phone, and it also sends you a text whenever your locks are activated. The price for one Goji Smart Lock is about $300.
Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard k750
For roughly $80 you can purchase a wireless keyboard that essentially eliminates the issue of battery life. The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard k750 automatically connects to a 2.4 GHz wireless unifying receiver, and the solar battery will stay charged for 3 months, even in total darkness.
The much anticipated Google Glass is expected to hit the market before 2015, and you can already buy a pair now as a beta tester for $1,500. Giving you all of the options of a smart phone or device without having to lift a finger, Google Glass will revolutionize the way we use technology.
120-inch Ultra HD TV
Standing at over 6 feet high and nearly 9 feet wide, Vizio’s massive flat-screen is over 100 pounds, and beats out Samsung’s recently revealed 110-inch Ultra HD TV that was priced at $152,000. Although prices haven’t yet been revealed for Vizio’s product that is expected to be released later this year, you can expect anything above the $160,000.
EnerPlex Solar Phone Charging Cases
For between $89 and $99, depending on the model, you can buy a case for your smart phone that uses solar energy to keep the device charged. This item eliminates all issues with poor battery life, and lost chargers.
When it comes to keeping personal documents safe, an old fashioned filing cabinet or physical safe it not enough to really secure your information. Technological innovations from companies like SafeWorld, A Division of Dial Locksmith include new kinds of safes that open with fingerprint technology and numerical codes.
The Panamo is a spherical camera that has made taking panoramic shots simpler than ever. All you have to do is toss the ball into the air, and when it lands back in your hands, a 360 degree photograph has already been taken. You can pre-order the camera now for about $600.
Those are just six of some of the best and most useful pieces of technology out or expected to come out in 2014. Are you excited about any of these, or do you have another gadget to add? Let us know in the comments.