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Slow cookers are great because you can throw in your ingredients in the morning and by the time you get home from work dinner is done. But stuff happens, and sometimes you forget about that roast simmering away, and next thing you know you burn your meal and your house down. Enter the WeMo Smart Crock Pot to solve all your woes.
Belkin continues its pursuit of making home automation a simple plug-and-play affair with the introduction of its new Smart LED lightbulbs to its WeMo line. The 60-watt equivalent bulbs produce 800 lumens and cast a warm 3000 Kelvin glow across a room — so they should satisfy even those who’ve stocked up on incandescent bulbs.
Want your home to be operated automatically? It’s no longer a futuristic pipe-dream thanks to cool gear like the Belkin WeMo range. Belkin has today expanded the home-automation range, bringing the WeMo Light Switch to Australia.
Dropping an iPad onto a dock is not only an easy way to keep its battery charged, it also props it up so it’s not laying sprawled across your desk wasting valuable real estate. And where as most docks can only accommodate an iPad going au naturel, Belkin’s new Express Dock features a dial ’round back so the Lightning connector can be adjusted, ensuring it makes a connection even if your tablet is sporting a snazzy case.
Belkin’s new YouType Bluetooth Wireless Keypad looks a lot like Apple’s Magic Trackpad. But the only folks who might actually find it ‘magical’ are accountants, because Belkin trades gestures and multi-touch input for a set of numerical keys and extra shortcuts for navigating large documents.
What the hell is this thing? Why does it cost so freaking much, and why the hell do I want it so much? I can’t explain it…
iPad users no longer have to lament the crappy speakers, and lightweight form factor, of their tablet when enjoying videos or music sans headphones. Belkin is promising to turn the iPad into a portable home theatre with an add-on set of boosted speakers, or at least that’s what one assumes from a product called the Thunderstorm Handheld Home theatre.