Technology is improving several aspects of our lives, even in small things.
Here are 6 items from the “future to buy” category that will make your life easier and more fun. Oh, then Black Friday is upon us: let's not say I didn't tell you.
1 OPKIX-ONE wearable dual camera
Here is a body cam really for everyone. You can clip it almost anywhere and it works with a single button: 70 minutes of footage can be enough to capture the highlight of a hike or whatever you want.
It costs € 470.
Speaking of cameras, here's a waterproof one that attaches to your line and shows you in real time how-what you're fishing. Equipped with an LED for night vision and also viewable from a mobile app, it offers even the most experienced angler a point of view never seen before. And good fishing! Joke.
This minimalist wallet is made up of two aluminum plates, perfectly sized for up to 12 cards and some cash in cash (which is less and less, as banknotes, if nothing else). It takes the bulk out of your pocket but adds an extra dose of RFID protection for credit cards.
This tool connects to your car's in-vehicle diagnostic port, giving you access to the same information used by professional mechanics for troubleshooting. And since it consumes very little energy, it can be kept connected by broadcasting alerts to your smartphone or other devices.
Yes, I know, Tony Stark doesn't exist, but this little Marvel-themed quadcopter (AKA Iron Man's drone) could be palatable to kids and train them to use drones. And with its companion app you learn first, or program the drone for flight missions: this is perhaps the object that best suits the definition "future to buy".
6 ONE Mini, pocket multilingual assistant
This pocket translator ensures you never lose words no matter where you are. It can record and translate 12 languages on the fly and also incorporates a live interpreter service thanks to its AI.
It costs € 99.
7 CIRQ: the smallest 1080p projector in the world
This DEFINITELY portable projector turns virtually any flat surface into a 240-inch flat screen. It has Wi-Fi functionality, two hi-fi speakers (don't expect who knows what of course) and has a resolution of 1080p - all in the size of a smartphone.
It costs € 590.