With everything getting smart in 2022, it only fits that one should update to smarter gadgets to make their experience more enjoyable and up to date.
Here are some of the Smartest Gadgets a man should buy in 2022:
Logitech Litra Glow: Logitech’s Litra Glow clips to the top of your laptop, emitting a wide and soft glow, and while it’s technically designed for streamers – i.e. Twitch gamers who haven’t slept in two days and would benefit from some flattering lighting – it’ll more than do the job for everyday work meetings. You can adjust the brightness and color temperatures to find the best light for your skin tone, too.
Sky Glass: An intuitive, minimalist 4K QLED TV that functions without an aerial dish, Sky’s new all-in-one entertainment system does things a little differently. Available in three sizes and five colors, the idea is that you pick one of several pricing plans on a 24-or-48-month basis, rather than buy the screen outright, plus a Sky TV streaming subscription.
Therabody TheraFace Pro: The TheraFace Pro is a percussive device that comes with a trio of smooth silicone attachments, a multi-spectrum LED light ring that boosts collagen production, and a microcurrent capability that tones facial muscles.
Bang & Olufsen Beoplay Portal: The audio giant’s new wireless Beoplay Portal matches understated design with the kind of technical features you need on a Modern Warfare session: lossless connection, four separate mics for impeccably crisp communication, surround sound with Dolby Atmos and active noise cancellation.
Philips 3-in-1 Air Purifier, Fan & Heater: The fan and the heater are natural adversaries, after all, and the addition of an air purifier would surely guarantee that any such device would end up as large, ugly and spluttering as a 1950s computer. But Philips have created a true triple threat with the 3-in-1: the fan oscillates 350°, ensuring that (warm or refreshing, but always purified) air is distributed around the room.
Dodow Sleep Aid Device: Finding it hard to sleep? There are plenty of mindfulness methods you can apply to fix that, but Dodow is perhaps the simplest tech-based approach. It’s a simple device that projects a blue light onto your ceiling at a metronomic pace (for 8 to 20 minutes), which you match to your breath. Take a breath in when it expands, and breath out when it retracts.
LARQ Water Pitcher: LARQ’s self-cleaning bottles strip tap water of harmful bacteria and chemicals, eliminating 99.8% of E.coli in a 20-second cycle. It’s all very impressive stuff, and you can really taste the difference in the quality of your water.
Samsung Wireless Charger: It may be a Samsung device, but this affordable and unobtrusive wireless charger works with Apple and Android phones too, as well as headphones that are set up for the feature. An LED light lets you know when the charge is finished, dimming at night so as not to disturb your sleep, and the 9W Fast Charging support ensures that you’ll get the job done quickly.