We’ve seen unprecedented technological advancements in the past few decades, and with every piece of tech getting better with each passing year, we’ve also seen the emergence of wireless tech that reduces the clutter even further by reducing the number of wires running to-and-fro to connect several devices on your desk or otherwise while also adding to the convenience in your life.
Although wireless tech isn’t as efficient as its wired counterpart, as mentioned above, it’s getting better each year. Currently, there are some neat wireless devices available in the market that don’t burn a hole in your pocket and will also give you something new and exciting to have around — riding the wireless trend wave.
Here, we have listed seven wireless tech gadgets that will make your life easier and comfortable more than it is now.
Echo is one of the few smart speakers that have made it big in the market, courtesy of Amazon pushing it forward on their platform whenever it can. However, that doesn’t discount that Echo is a nifty little piece of tech that does what it advertises. With your voice commands, it can play music, answer your questions, help you to set up alarms, control your smart home devices like turning lights off, locking doors, adjusting the thermostat and more. It can also make calls as well as receive and send messages.
Eero home WiFi system
Get wireless internet at every corner of your house through the help of the Amazon Eero Home WiFi System. This product allows the use of the full breadth of the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, which results in better connectivity for your devices. It can automatically update itself, which makes you less vulnerable to various cyber threats.
The device consists of the main router, which is connected to a modem, and several nodes or satellite modules are distributed around the house, which helps to support broader WiFi coverage.
Price: $299-499 (depends upon how many beacons and Eero you’ll get)
iRobot Roomba 960 robot vacuum
One of the most popular cleaning robots, the iRobot Roomba 960 works hands-free and can be controlled via voice commands for floor vacuuming. You can set cleaning schedules via the app. When the robot is done with its job, it sends you a notification. The device has 75 minutes of battery life and automatically recharges. The product is equipped with a highly efficient filter that can capture pollen, dust, and allergens.
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Bose QuietComfort 35 II noise-cancelling headphones
Sometimes due to outside noise you cant focus on what’s playing. To get better concentration, purchase Bose headphones that eliminate outside noise through noise cancellation feature. These are quite comfortable and also come with built-in support for Google Assistant. Instead of yelling “Ok Google” you can simply hold down a button. You don’t need to check your phone for reading the notifications because this headphone will do that for you.
Logitech MX Master 2S
This mouse is worth it due to low latency and high-precision tracking. You can set different functions to their extremely customisable buttons. The device comes with an ergonomic design which is specially built for productivity. The product has an impressive battery life.
Also read: Top 7 Gaming Mice for all budgets
Fitbit Charge 3
This device not only tracks your heart rate while you work out but also has many awesome features. The product comes with a large screen which will make it a lot easier for you to view your stats. It has a seven-day battery life. Since it is water resistant, you can use it during your workouts. If users have breathing disturbances while sleeping, then it can be tracked with the help of the SpO2 sensor feature of Fitbit Charge 3 that alerts the Fitbit Sleep Score program.
Logitech K780 wireless keyboard
This keyboard is compatible with Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS. This device will help you to write beautifully and is super comfortable. The keyboard has its USB dongle for systems without Bluetooth support. The best thing about this keyboard is that it lasts as long as two years on just two AAA batteries. At 15 x 6.2 x 0.3 inches, the K780’s is roughly the size of an average desktop keyboard.
If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to the K780, the Logitech K480 is available for a fraction of the cost. Check out our review of the device here.