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5 Cool Tech Gadgets for Women

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While going with anything that’s pink is one option, women tend to like gadgets that are functional and straightforward.

Here is an excellent selection of gadgets that are fun and useful.

1) Leica Sofort Instant Camera

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Instant cameras are coming back into style, and a lot of people are relieved to once again be able to hold pictures in their hands rather than every photograph being digital. The Leica Sofort Instant Camera is great for this purpose and comes in a few different colors, including mint, orange, white, and now black.

It is straightforward to use this camera, just let inspiration come to you, then frame it and capture it. The operation of the Leica Sofort Instant Camera is simple, and there are manual settings to give you a helping hand. Although the camera can automatically take great pictures there is also the option to control exposure compensation, flash, and distance yourself if you choose.

2) Oura Ring Sleep and Activity Tracker

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Oura is a smart ring designed to track your sleep quality. It works by keeping track of your temperature at night every minute. By doing these on a regular basis, the Oura Ring can determine your temperature baseline and also any times your body temperature might vary.

It can even measure blood volume through the finger’s palmar arteries. Not only does the Oura Ring keep track of you when you’re asleep, but it also monitors you when you’re up and moving. It can detect when you’re active and for how long. If you are serious about improving your sleep quality, we also recommend checking out the other sleep monitors in the market.

The ring uses the information it collects 24/7 in order to create a baseline of information. You can then look at this data and use it to improve on yourself. It can help your performance and your sleep in this way. Visit here for more information on sleep trackers.

3) Livia

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This is a truly great gadget for women, especially those who are afflicted with painful menstrual cramps. Not all women will have this problem, but it can be very debilitating for those who do. Livia is a wearable device that works by blocking cramps with external pulses that stimulate nerves so you can get pain relief without dru*s.

This device is FDA and CD approved and all natural. It has been proven to work in several studies, and there are many testimonials to back it up. Rather than taking half an hour or more to kick in as pills do, Livia starts working immediately with the touch of a button.

4) UFO Mini Smart Mask

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If you enjoy face mask, the UFO Mini Smart Mask is an excellent addition to your arsenal of beauty care products and tech gadgets. This mask uses T-Sonic™ pulsations as well as your reactions to heat to administer the perfect UFO Activated Mask.

The heat not only helps to infuse the ingredients more effectively into the skin, but it also helps you to relax. T-Sonic™ technology is another important way that the mask helps your skin absorb the ingredients in the mask. This all makes for healthier and more radiant skin.

You will be able to enjoy the same luxury you would at a spa photo facial treatment, as the UFO mini uses the very same blue and green LED light wavelengths.

5) Echo Dot (3rd Gen)

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The Echo Dot features an improved speaker and a new fabric design. This device allows you to control your music with your voice. Enjoy song streaming from Sirius XM, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and more.

Of course, the Echo Dot is also equipped with Alexa, which is a great resource for asking questions, checking the weather, controlling other devices, and much more. Alexa can also create events on your calendar and add items to lists. With the Echo Dot, you can even make calls and messages hands-free.

The Echo Dot is simple to set up, just plug it in, download the app and connect to the Internet, then ask Alexa anything you want.

 

 



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