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WildGuarder NFC Bluetooth Smart Watch Q18 With Camera facebook Sync SMS MP3 Smartwatch Support Sim TF Card For IOS Android Phone (Silve) – Limited Offer


WildGuarder NFC Bluetooth Smart Watch Q18 With Camera facebook Sync SMS MP3 Smartwatch Support Sim TF Card For IOS Android Phone (Silve)
Product Description
Model: Q18
Screen;1.54 inch IPS
CPU: MTK6260A
Resolution: 240*240 pixel
Phone system;Only Andriod
Network:GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900
Camera: 2.0MP
Size:60*40*12.5 mm
G-sensor: YES
Battery: 500mAh Battery (Built-in)
SIM Card: SIM
language:English,Russian,Spanish,Portuguese,Turkish,Italian, French,German,Korean,Thai,Swedish,Indonesian

Functions:
Step gauge analysis, sedentary remind, sleep monitoring,Lost looking for prevention,remote picture,Bluetooth push information
The appearance is fashionable, extreme thin;Hd display, high sensitive capacitive touch screen;All precision laminating process
The primary drawing stainless steel surface, prevent sweat and hard to deal with the surface
A variety of colors, a variety of mood;A variety of UI theme, show different styles

Selling Point:
1. stylish, the ultimate slim
2. The high-definition display, capacitive touch sensitive screen; precision full bonding process
3. Nano TPU85 of material strap, anti-sweat matte surface treatment, the ultimate ergonomic convex design, wearing more comfortable
4. brushed stainless steel arc colors, anti-sweat surface hardening process, the longer the new indemnity
5. Ultrasound closed aluminum sound chamber, listening to the sounds of nature
6. 500mAh capacity polymer batteries, safe and reliable
7. A variety of colors, a variety of mood; more UI themes, highlighting different styles
8. NFC, Bluetooth pairing convenient update, artifact card exchange

Packing List:
1 x Q18 Smart Watch(Grey/Silver send at random
1 x Micro-usb Cable
1 x User Manual

  • FEATURE- IT supports all the Bluetooth 3.0 smartphone. make phone call directly from the smart watch, including answering and dial-up. SIM slot, support make calls by Bluetooth or smart watch
  • FUNCTION- Show the time when you want, change the page by shaking hand, heart rate monitor, BT call, MSM,MAIL,Twitter, Pedometer, Gravity Senor/Gyroscopes,Analysis your running state,Remind your for a walk after long time setting Anti-lose Remote Camera
  • NOTICE- There is no APK for iPhone, so four functions can’t sync with iphone(1. Anti-lost, 2. Messaging, 3. Notifier, 4. Remote Camera), but all other function can use normally because no need to use app. Android Phone can support all function in the description, about bluetooth notice,but not support android 5.0 or 5.1
  • WARRANTY-1-3 months manufacturer’s limited warranty, All Defective items must be reported and returned within the warranty period under original package, And provide us order Number.If there is any queestions, While we got your massage notice, we will solve your problem immidiatelly,Offering High Quality products and Exellent after-sale Service is our best wishes here as a professional seller on amazon
  • SALES SERVICE- If you can have any requirement regarding delivery, orders, usage rules, installation, Return and refund etc, Please kindly contact us first, We always at your service in 24 hours Chinese Time

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IFA 2016 review – PCR-online.biz


IFA is Europe s largest consumer electronics trade show and it s always a way of gauging the state of the tech industry. Jonathan Easton takes a look at the highlights from and picks out some of the trends that emerged.


Between 2-7 of September, the eyes of the tech world turned to Berlin s ExpoCenter for Europe s largest consumer electronics trade show, IFA. There were a whole host of new gadgets shown off but also a few trends which were unavoidable throughout the show. Advertisement

Firstly, as unavoidable in 2016 as a bicycle in Berlin, was all of the smart technology. From a 1,000-plus Laurastar connected iron (literally, the thing you use for uncrumpling your shirts), to a raging war between LG and Samsung to see who can make the smartest fridge, nothing is safe from being absorbed into the internet of things (IoT). There was even a smart thermostat in case you don t want to physically touch your radiator.

The amount of IoT devices on display at this year s IFA shows that this is a trend that isn t going away anytime soon. With connected devices becoming more and more vital to the tech industry, it seems inevitable that coming trade shows such as January s CES in Las Vegas will see more household objects endowed with smart technology. While the internet of things was shown off to the fullest at the show, that was nothing compared with the slew of wearables presented at this year s IFA. Almost as if they knew what Apple had up its sleeve, the likes of Samsung, Asus and Withings all showed off their latest, distinctly analogue-looking, smartwatches. With a lot of devices taking a particularly bold look at this year s IFA, it was refreshing to see more subtle and moderate design. Turns out space-age tech doesn t have to look like something from The Jetsons.

Speaking of loud design, Acer revealed the outrageous and audacious Predator 21X gaming notebook. This laptop has a 21 inch curved screen (a first for a notebook), dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards, two power supplies, five fans and a mechanical keyboard all wrapped up into an 8kg package that ll cost around 3,800. Acer s unwaveringly daring notebook seems to have stolen the show with outlets including PC Advisor and Trusted Reviews, echoing those sentiments. The resounding take away is that, to quote TrustedReviews, it s mad, but that doesn t mean we don t want one .

Amongst the optimism surrounding all the new gear on display, there was a bit of pessimistic shade hovering over ASUS who mostly asides for their stellar looking ZenWatch 3 rehashed everything from June s Computex. To round things off, the show also saw lots of different vendors make their first entries into the VR space at varying price points. VR has thus far been dominated by high-cost devices (HTC Vive, Oculus Rift) and low-end, mobile options (Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard). At IFA, however, we saw a few companies trying to approach something of a middle ground between the two.

Qualcomm s phone, computer and wireless VR headset platform will be licenced to manufacturing partners so they can create their own affordable devices. Similarly, Alcatel revealed the Vision which is a similar headset without wires and a significantly cheaper price point than the Rift and Vive. IFA is always a good way of gauging the current state of tech. This year saw evolution rather than revolution with concepts being tweaked instead of game-changing technologies being introduced. Attention now turns to Las Vegas for CES in January.

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Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard


People tend to have several devices — a laptop, a phone and maybe a tablet — which is why Logitech keeps putting out “multidevice” Bluetooth keyboards. The company’s newest model, the K3801, which I’m using to type this, costs £40, 35 or AU£70 and is one of the best compact full-size wireless keyboards Logitech has created to date. The first thing you notice about it is that it has a little bit of heft to it — it weighs 14.92 ounces (423 g) with batteries — which makes it suitable for use with a desktop computer, though it’s still light and compact enough to fit into a bag and take on the go. Measuring 4.9 inches (124 mm) high, 10.9 inches (279 mm) wide, and 0.6 inches (16mm) deep (including feet). It comes in two colors — dark gray or blue; I prefer the latter. You can set it up to pair with three different devices and press one of the numbered “Easy-Switch” buttons in the top left corner of the keyboard to toggle between them. Pairing went smoothly with my test devices — an iPhone 5S2 , iPhone 63 , Samsung Galaxy S64 , iPad Air5 , MacBook Air6 , Dell laptop and an Asus Chromebook7 .

The K380 comes in two colors. Sarah Tew/CNET

The keyboard can distinguish between Mac and Windows machines as well as Android and iOS devices and map keys to supported functions and shortcuts. It also supports connectivity with Chrome OS devices and Apple TV8 .

I liked the feel of the keys and they’re spread out enough to keep mistypes down to a minimum. Some people don’t like round keys (as opposed to square), but I didn’t have a problem with their shape. For those with very large hands, the keys may be cramped, but for those with average-sized and smaller hands should feel comfortable typing on the keyboard.

References

  1. ^ K380 (www.logitech.com)
  2. ^ iPhone 5S (www.cnet.com)
  3. ^ iPhone 6 (www.cnet.com)
  4. ^ Samsung Galaxy S6 (www.cnet.com)
  5. ^ iPad Air (www.cnet.com)
  6. ^ MacBook Air (www.cnet.com)
  7. ^ Asus Chromebook (www.cnet.com)
  8. ^ Apple TV (www.cnet.com)

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