Portable VPN router
InvizBox Go is a portable VPN router with built-in power bank, WiFi extension and ad blocker that enables travellers to encrypt internet traffic and access blocked content globally. Each InvizBox Go has access to a fast and secure Virtual Private Network (VPN), consisting of over 500 servers in 20 countries, to keep internet traffic safe whilst still allowing access to blocked websites anywhere in the world. It can connect to (and charge) multiple devices and in ‘extender mode’ can strengthen connections in a WiFi weak spot.
SPY GUARD Webcam Stickers from Speedlink maintain a user’s privacy by obscuring the webcam on laptops. Available in black or camouflage, the stickers can be removed and reused without leaving any residue.
Kitty Hawk, a company backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, has unveiled an electric flying taxi called Cora. Cora is a self-flying aircraft that can take off vertically like a helicopter and transition to flying like a plane. As such, it has the potential to take off from rooftops and transport people across cities. Kitty Hawk is restricted by flying regulations in the USA but is working with the government of New Zealand to bring Cora to market.
Small but powerful
Sony’s new SL-E series external solid-state drive (SSD) is small enough to put in your pocket but powerful enough for safe, high-speed data transfer. It has up to 960GB of storage and is equipped with compact and reversible USB Type-C ports for connection to all the latest mobile technology, as well as standard-A cables. With no moving parts inside, there is less chance of a mechanical breakdown.
Simple digital signage
Vivitek’s NovoDSmini brings the benefits of indoor digital signage to small companies. It can connect to any HDMI display device and play content including text, audio, photos, videos, webpages, YouTube, Twitter and weather updates. NovoDS Studio playlist editing and device management software allows SMEs to deliver relevant messages over their chosen time-frame without having to update content manually.
Built for business
The Versity enterprise smartphone from Spectralink is designed to support mobile workforces with superior voice quality, broad application integration and durability. The device combines enterprise features with a consumer-like design, providing users with an intuitive communication tool for real-time collaboration. Versity features a 5.2-inch high resolution display, damage resistant Gorilla glass touch screen, Android OS, fingerprint scanner, 13MP camera and a chemical-resistant, IP-68 rated enclosure.
Droid, the new micro precision disc stylus from Adonit, lets users write on Android devices with greater accuracy and precision thanks to a 4.75mm disc tip – 32% smaller than previous versions. The ultra slim, 7mm-diameter brushed metal barrel is available in a choice of black, silver or midnight blue and incorporates a carrying clip for attaching to clothing or bags.
Slim and strong
The KC 6000 SLIM keyboard from CHERRY features a stylish ultra-slim design and is just 1.5cm high at its highest point. A metal backplate inside its casing ensures that the KC 6000 SLIM is robust nonetheless.
Urban Armor Gear has launched two MIL-SPEC drop-tested cases for Huawei’s flagship P20 and P20 Pro smartphones. The Plasma series features a complete armour shell with scratch-resistant skid pads and a nonslip ruggedised grip, while the Plyo series boasts a slim, impact resistant soft core and translucent design.
HD surveillance capture
The Western Digital Purple microSD card is purpose-built for the data demands of surveillance cameras and edge systems. The card is optimised for 24/7 surveillance video capture and captures video in a variety of high-definition and next-generation formats, including 4K Ultra HD video. It has a rugged design to capture video in a range of environmental conditions (-25°C to 85°C).
Panasonic has introduced an integrated mobile point-of-sale solution for its Toughpad FZ-G1 tablet. Wrapping around the Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 tablet, the device holder allows the tablet to be used with a mobile payment solution, such as the Ingenico iSMP4 or Verifone e355. The Ingenico payment device connects to the tablet via USB, with dual charging of both devices, while the Verifone device connects by Bluetooth and is charged separately.