A full list of Ultraloq Lever features includes:
Advanced Fingerprint Identification: Just one touch to unlock a door with user's fingerprint
Anti-peep Touchscreen: Add random digits to protect passcodes from prying eyes.
Share the Access to Your Home: Grant access to family members, guests or service people via a code or an eKey for permanent access, specific dates or periods of time.
Go Remote Instantly with Bridge: Control entry access to a door from anywhere, for anyone with the optional Bridge WiFi adaptor. Users can unlock the Ultraloq Lever or grant temporary access to guests remotely with no monthly charges. They will receive a smartphone notification when someone opens their door.
Mechanical Key: Backup mechanical key for emergency override.
Auto Lock: Set a time for the Lever to automatically lock after the door is closed.
Dual Data Encryption: Two-Layer protection using secure 128-bit AES and a Dynamic Key that will keep users and their data safe.
DIY Installation: Fits any US standard doors with a single door prep. Installs in minutes. No wiring, no drilling.
Elegant Design: Accentuated by black ceramic gloss and an elegant brushed metal handle and frame, Ultraloq Lever is the perfect complement to every door.
"Our goals is to create a whole-home smart lock system that allows homeowners to control every single door not only front doors with deadbolts, but also some sensitive doors with one hole prep like side doors, home to garage doors, bedroom, home office, etc.," said Guillermo Montalvo, marketing director of U-tec. "Ultraloq Lever is the only smart door handle that can be opened in 4 ways, smartphone, fingerprint ID, code and mechanical key. With Ultraloq Bridge WiFi adaptor, you can control your lock from anywhere with your smartphone. For example, you can let your Airbnb guest in or share him a temporary code when you are out of town. You can even enjoy hands-free control and use just your voice to unlock with the help of Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant on your favorite device."
Ultraloq Lever is available for pre-order now on Indiegogo with an early bird offer of $119 ($149 with Bridge WiFi adaptor) and will begin shipping in January 2020.
Nextbase has built on the success of its potentially lifesaving feature, Emergency SOS (available in models 322GW and up), with the integration of what3words into the 622GW model. This geocode system that pinpoints accurate location based on a worldwide resolution of three meters can provide emergency services with a precise location even when offline and is a world first for Dash Cams. Users are able to relay their location to Emergency Services even if they have no data reception or are lost in an unknown area, a critical failsafe option.
As the first Dash Cam brand to bring 4K HD to the market with its earlier 612GW model, Nextbase was eager to develop an all new 4K recording Dash Cam for the Series 2 range. With crystal-clear 4K HD filming, the 622GW records 4K quality at 30fps, it can also playback in Super Slow motion up to 120fps to capture the finer details like license plate numbers that matter most to drivers at high speed.
With Digital Image Stabilization, vibrations from the vehicle and bumpy roads are dramatically reduced. This is a Dash Cam first providing drivers a super smooth image to ensure all critical details are visible. Additionally, for drivers who experience hazardous weather conditions like fog, Extreme Weather Mode uses its inbuilt algorithms to provide the clearest image possible to drivers involved in an incident during misty conditions.
An even more impressive functionality to the 622GW when attached to a Nextbase Rear Camera Module is its capability to continue recording in full HD quality of 1080p at 30fps while still recording the road ahead at 4K, thanks to the latest Ambarella H22 Quad core chipset, tuned specifically by Nextbase, covering the driver's car from multiple angles at the highest level of filming quality possible.
The 622GW also introduces ultra-fast 5GHz Wi-Fi, offering Dual 2.4GHz + 5GHz Wi-Fi for the fastest transfer speeds possible. This allows drivers to download footage from the 622GW onto their phones more than six times quicker than before to prove non-fault after an accident, and deliver the best possible image quality at all times.
Another first in image quality advancements from Nextbase is the Enhanced Night Vision, offering improvements in both the sensor of the 622GW as well as software developments to ensure it records all critical details, even on the darkest of roads. With larger pixels to receive more light, plus the camera's ability to automatically detect light levels and enhance an image as it is being recorded, Nextbase has responded to the growing dangers of night-time driving to ensure motorists are protected at any time of day.
As with all Nextbase Series 2 Dash Cams the 622GW includes Intelligent parking mode, protecting your car in the parking lot. Using its finely tuned G-Force detection system developed in the UK, the 622GW will automatically start recording if someone bumps your vehicle to make sure their details are captured, without the need for power from your car.
The Nextbase 622GW is expected to retail at around $399.
The advent of different technologies has remarkably proved the business proliferation strategies which is no joke. The use of technologies has helped many businesses to reach the maximum customer base while ensuring flexibility and quality. Meanwhile, communication technologies like mobile phones are not an exception. The recent decade was seen for significant mobiles and smartphone innovations and each holds benefits of their own. Apart from browsing the web, watching videos and listening to tracks, smartphones are now more sophisticated for business strategies than just entertainment. It is also not a doubt that smartphones are the growing technology that has taken the world by storm this decade.
However, many businesses have also considered the benefits of smartphones and adapted them for the business. From making regular calls with clients to arranging the meetings, smartphones have always proved valuable to business owners. Many smartphones are specially designed for business activities and increase the work potential on the go. Many business owners also rent mobile phones to promote brands and market opportunities when they are not in the office. Moreover, incorporating mobile phones allows business owners to stay connected with the business during vacations. Let’s dive into the details and discuss how smartphones benefit your businesses.
Modern smartphones are always beneficial in terms of technological innovations as well as efficiency. Apart from that, smartphones hold great benefits for ensuring flexible communication when you are outside the business area. It’s a common fact that the nature of business is pretty much unpredictable and kicks off activities anytime and anywhere. Meanwhile, smartphones always ensure you to stay at the top level of client communication without worrying about signals and the internet.
Meanwhile, if you are on your vacations, smartphones allow you to communicate with your clients in remote areas. Sometimes, it becomes extremely climacteric to connect with your business. However, smartphones to provide this flexibility to conduct a business meeting, sign documents and even make transactions.
Running a business often gets complicated and requires essential communication with your customers, employees, and clients. Moreover, it is also not possible to stay in touch with your clients to ensure the business deals. However, a smartphone acts as an innovational information-sharing medium which is not quite possible by traditional mobiles. Most of the smartphones have the cloud sharing system which increases the quick and coherent file sharing among the business group.
Sharing information on the cloud server group gives your employees answers to all kinds of questions. Not only that, but smartphones also enables organizing different events, while ensuring your presence on social media. Moreover, smartphones also enable business owners to track their employees and manage their workflow.
The efficiency of smartphones has paved the way for businesses to make or receive payments easily on the fingertips. Smartphones have enabled business owners to quickly adapt to the secure and flexible packages of mobile payments. Moreover, mobile phone payment packages are also not too expensive but investing in one can increase the potential benefits on your side.
Smartphones engage the customers and allow them to keep track of their credit value. Moreover, smartphones also allow you to track the accounts and finance of your business and encourages you to keep up with the business strategies. Not only has that but mobile phone payments also charged less than traditional payments. It is also one of the reasons why many businesses have opted for mobile payments rather than cash deliveries.
As discussed earlier, smartphones assist in monitoring and managing the workflow even without your presence in the office. Sometimes it is also not possible for you to make an active and regular presence in the office. Smartphones encourage you to integrate employees’ smartphones with yours to track their activities and location.
Many business owners always fear the fact of losing profits because of the employees’ negligence and wastage of time. However, you can still manage your employees by tracking their activities and increasing their productivity under your fingertips.
Before the rise of smartphones, businesses were using paper activities for business deals and practices. Along with these, these papers also needed proper storage and consideration to ensure the protection from fraudulent activities. However, smartphones have provided a smart solution to provide a paperless practice. This paperless practice not only eliminates the use of papers but also ensures state-of-the-art cloud protection. Cloud protection also ensures your business confidential documents to stay protected from fraudulent activities and identity theft. Clouds provide extended feasibility to quickly access and monitor the information that regards your business.
Gone are the days when, business owners had to carry clipboards, archives or briefcases to keep the documents with them 24/7. The technological advancement has provided business owners with sets of digital benefits to increase the security and mobility to work at any time. Whether you are at home, or at dinner, smartphones increase business satisfaction by putting all the documents on the cloud and making them easily accessible.
The digital documents also provide the functionality of date stamps of document creation. They allow you to manage administration roles and accessibility of different documents to the required personnel.
Apart from the files management on smartphones, business owners can also create and manage the presentation on their phones. The powerful abilities of smartphones have made the content creation easier even without a computer or laptop. Now smartphones also come with the feature to assist in presentations by connecting the input with the projectors.
Not just that, the video-sharing abilities of smartphones enables business owners to give a presentation remotely over the internet. No matter how far you are from your workplace, a smartphone always aids your business top-notch benefits.
Connectivity with Social Media
Apart from potential business activities, smartphones also provide assistance in staying updated with social media. Smartphone encourages and benefits your business to attract new customers by ensuring activeness on social platforms. With extended mobility, it allows you to listen to the customer’s requirements and problems and act as customer support. Staying active on social media promotes your brands and attracts new opportunities in the future.
With the huge lineup of benefits, smartphones are now considered as an essential necessity of every business. Not the fact it increases the flexibility of communication but it also ensures direct interaction with clients, whenever you want. No matter wherever you are and for how much time you spend away from the keyboard, a smartphone can never put out a business opportunity for you. Smartphone advancement has paved the road for business opportunities and protects business owners from failures and loss of employees’ negligence. In the end, it depends on your choice to opt for technological advancement to embrace the work potential in the workplace.
Pay-per-click is a model of internet marketing, in which an advertiser pays a fee for ads clicked. It's a great alternative to buy visits organically. Advertising through search engines is a widely practiced form of PPC. Google ads, previously known as Google AdWords, were considered to be the most commonly known PPC advertising system across the globe.
There are many PPC companies in the USA using extensive use of this platform to create ads that conveniently appear on Google search engines. The pay-per-click model is implemented by Google Ads, in which users right after entering keywords pay on each click of an advertisement.
Whenever a person seeks for something on the search engine, there is a pool of Ads dug by Google, and a set of winners appears. There are numerous combination of factors based on which winner are chosen, for instance; the size of keyword bids, relevance, and quality of ad campaign and keywords.
PPC, besides cost per order and cost per impression, is used to analyze the profitability and effectiveness of marketing through the internet. PPC is always a preferred metric in today's world of technology. It is a very effective strategy to present brands via advertisement. Clicks should be in a way to measure interest and attention. CPM (cost per thousand) will undoubtedly help to reach brand by all connected properties of google.
Advertising through these tactics is very helpful to enlarge the customer base. The client's attention can be grabbed by managing a PPC campaign effectively and efficiently. It should be up to the mark and customer-oriented. Customers always remain in search of such advertisements which fulfill their requirements. There should be eye-catching ads. It is how a PPC campaign can generate millions. Adding a considerable number of keywords can be probed very fruitful for this campaign. Click through rate is also essential to factor for managing this campaign. There are hundreds of means to improve this campaign. Companies utilize this kind of means in efficient ways. Such means are meaningful in today's world of technology.
Pay-per-click is the best strategy for buying clients. So these are effective factors that play a crucial role in increasing Clientele.
There should be a valid keyword of PPC, which includes; Relevance, Expansive, Exhaustive. These are comprehensively explained.
Relevance: undoubtedly, there is no pay for Web Traffic, but it has nothing to do with business activities. Targeted keywords should be taken into consideration which may effectively lead to an exponentially higher PPC click-by rate, in this way, there is a considerable increase in profits. So, keywords hold utmost importance on bidding anything which should be related to the selling offers. There should be Keyword Relevancy. Most relevant lists of PPC keywords, proper ad text, and tight keyword groups are the best crafting strategy.
An automated bid system should be deployed to maximize success. Advertisers can directly use this system. A highly efficient automated system controls millions of bids. This system sets every bid keeping into consideration the goals like maximize traffic, maximize profit, etc. this system effectively works on maximizing PPC bids by presenting efficiency to the clients.
Expansive: PPC can continuously be refined and expanded. Campaigns have no ends as PPC is iterative. There is an environment where the keyword list is continually adapting and growing. There should be the best landing page quality. Optimized landing pages created to have the best impression with pertinent content and unambiguous call-to-action, clear-cut search queries.
There should be the best quality score to increase clientele. Google's rating is measured by Quality Score, which should be with utmost keyword relevance, PPC campaigns, and landing pages. Advertisers who maintain better Quality Scores get optimum ad clicks at cheaper costs.
Ads should be not only creative but also enticing. It is a vital strategy to increase clientele. You can use useful tools like Smart Ads Creator when you are advertising on the display network. In this way, the client is attracted by designer-quality ads that have considerably higher demands per clicks.
There are hundreds of social media applications where ads continuously appear on the screen. These ads are so relevant and useful that clients click on ads option. These ads create curiosity in the minds of clients so they click ads to view a full advertisement. These social media platforms should be utilized in more effective ways to enhance PPC. The rate of PPC eventually increases when these appear on the screen of social media platforms. Undoubtedly, Google AdWords, which is considered to be the most engines of Google. The pay-per-click model is implemented by Google Ads, in which users right after entering keywords pay on each click of an advertisement. Whenever a search is initiated, the pool of Ads advertisement widely known PPC advertising system across the globe.
Exhaustive: Long-tail keywords are specific and universal. There is the inclusion of a longtail of search and most frequent and widespread searched items in the keyword searches. There is also a need to account for search-driven traffic. Additionally, they are reasonable and less competitive. Once the PPC campaign is launched, there is a need to manage such campaigns regularly. Regular account activity is the best strategy for measuring account success. Performance of account and necessary adjustments to optimize campaigns are the prerequisites of higher PPC. Adding PPC keywords is the essential prerequisite of increasing clientele through PPC. By adding maximum keywords, client reach increases. Adding negative keywords also helps in increasing campaigning reach. It is how relevancy and wastage of time avoided.
Advertisers should improve quality score and click-through rate (CTR) by splitting these ad groups into relevant, smaller ad groups. These may help to create more landing pages and targeted ad texts, and there should be a continuous review of costly PPC keywords.
The 2020 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon EcoDiesel – the most capable, fuel-efficient and highest torque-rated Wrangler ever – has been named FOUR WHEELER "2020 SUV of the Year." The award is given annually by the editors of the opinion-leading off-road enthusiast publication.
"The Wrangler is a truly exceptional machine both on- and off-road, and the new-for-2020 EcoDiesel engine option complements the outstanding JL platform," said FOUR WHEELER Editor Ken Brubaker. "The EcoDiesel's power and efficiency raise the bar for the already incomparable 4x4, making it even more extraordinary."
Over the course of a week, FOUR WHEELER's judges conducted a variety of tests spanning more than 1,000 miles of varied terrain that included pavement, gravel, dirt, sand, rocks, mud and snow. A loose-dirt hillclimb and water crossings were included in testing as well. Night driving was also integrated into the competition to gauge each vehicle's lighting equipment. Judges included staff from various 4x4 media brands, including FOUR WHEELER, 4-WHEEL & OFF-ROAD, and JP MAGAZINE.
"Jeep proves once again that it is listening to its customers, this time delivering the much anticipated diesel-powered Wrangler," said MOTORTREND GROUP Content Director Sean P. Holman. "With no trade-offs in the capability or the experience demanded by enthusiasts and adventurers alike, the impressively efficient Wrangler EcoDiesel makes sense for your daily commute now, too."
Wrangler EcoDiesel models feature the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 engine, rated at 260 horsepower and 442 lb.-ft. of torque, with engine stop-start (ESS) technology standard. Wrangler EcoDiesel models are rated at 29 miles per gallon (mpg) highway, 22 mpg city and 25 mpg combined.
To handle greater torque loads, the EcoDiesel V-6 connects to a newly added TorqueFlite 8HP75 eight-speed automatic transmission, calibrated for low RPM shifts and the on- and off-road rigors of Jeep Wrangler duty. There are more than 40 individual shift maps to optimize shift points for fuel economy, performance and 4x4 capability.
"Our customers have been asking for a Wrangler with unmatched fuel economy, incredible driving range and the legendary off-road capability they've rightly come to expect, and our new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon EcoDiesel delivers on that ask and then some," said Jim Morrison, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA North America. "I've even driven the new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon EcoDiesel on the Rubicon Trail and can attest that our customers knew exactly what they were asking for: the perfect combination of off-road capability, fun-to-drive on-road performance and 29 mpg."
FOUR WHEELER's SUV of the Year award event – now in its 47th consecutive year – is an invitation-only competition that is only open to all-new or significantly revised SUVs for the upcoming model year.
The iconic Jeep Wrangler – the most capable and recognized vehicle in the world – delivers unmatched off-road capability and is produced with more than seven decades of 4x4 engineering experience. Powertrain options include a new 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 with engine stop-start (ESS), 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 with ESS, 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 with mild-hybrid e-Torque technology, 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine with ESS and a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine with mild-hybrid e-Torque technology. Wrangler continues to offer a body-on-frame design, front and rear five-link suspension system, solid axles, electronic lockers and is one of the few SUVs to offer a six-speed manual transmission in addition to its available eight-speed automatic.
"GV80 represents the essence of the innovative spirit of Genesis," said William Lee, Executive Vice President and Global Head of the Genesis Brand. "As we launch GV80, our first luxury flagship SUV, we simultaneously open a new chapter for Genesis."
The "V" in the GV80 marque represents versatility that only a Genesis SUV can offer. The production GV80 realizes the vision of the GV80 Concept first shown at the 2017 New York International Auto Show.
Athletic Elegance Takes New Shape
The GV80 SUV joins the lineup alongside the G70, G80 and G90 sedans with more than a common thread of design identity. The interior and exterior styling of GV80 was the result of a collaboration between Genesis Design studios located in South Korea, the United States and Germany.
"We enjoyed the challenge to apply 'Athletic Elegance' design language to SUV architecture," said Luc Donckerwolke, Executive Vice President, Chief Design Officer of Hyundai Motor Group. "The precise proportions and attention to every detail denote that GV80 is authentic to Genesis design principles."
Signature Genesis design elements are immediately visible on GV80, from every vantage point. The Crest Grille emphasizes gravitas consistent with the positioning of GV80. The Parabolic Line runs smoothly along the side with precise execution, accentuated by power lines above each wheel emphasizing stance and presence. The Quad Lamps, which flank the Crest Grille, are made possible with sophisticated lighting technology.
"The Quad Lamp graphic will become the most recognizable, unique signature of Genesis design, as the simplest of lines communicate a distinct identity," Donckerwolke said. "Two lines will come to define Genesis."
The G-Matrix pattern that appears in light fixtures throughout the exterior is inspired by beautiful orchids seen when diamonds are illuminated by light. The pattern also appears on the available 22-inch wheels.
The body structure of GV80 is enhanced with hot-stamped, high-strength steel, as well as lightweight aluminum used on the doors, hood, and tailgate that allow it to achieve competitive curb weight.
Luxury in Space
The interior of GV80 focuses on "the beauty of white space," characteristic of the elegant South Korean architectural philosophy. The concept of "luxury in space" defines the open feeling of the cabin of GV80, with the G-Matrix pattern as a motif.
"We were able to express a luxurious feel for the interior of GV80 through reductive design and channeling the Korean roots of the Genesis brand," said SangYup Lee, Senior Vice President, Head of Genesis Design. "The concept of the 'beauty of white space' is a hallmark of Korean design."
The width of the interior of GV80 was emphasized through the design of sleek, thin air vents that run across the passenger compartment. A 14.5-inch, split-screen infotainment display sits front and center atop the dashboard. The number of hard buttons and switches was intentionally kept to a minimum, both for aesthetic purposes and ease of use. In up-level variants, soft materials cover every surface, from the inside of the door handles to the quilted knee pads that line the lower sides of the console.
The ornate center control unit on the center console covers an electronic, shift-by-wire transmission base with dial-style shift. Handwriting recognition through the Genesis Integrated Controller helps users set a destination or enter data without having to operate a keyboard on the navigation screen—simply by using handwritten letters on the writing recognition control system.
A Mobile Oasis
All journeys in GV80 are intended to be as stress-free as possible, whether a commuting to the office or embarking on a weekend trip. In certain markets where equipped, augmented reality navigation utilizes virtual driving guidelines over actual driving images to help drivers recognize roads. Video taken by the front-mounted camera will be displayed on the infotainment screen, and the optimal driving path will be displayed in a virtual graphic so that the driver can drive along the route easily and accurately.
GV80 features the world's first application of Road Active Noise Cancellation (RANC) technology, which dramatically reduces road noise while driving. Based on the science of digital signal processing, RANC overcomes the limitations of existing noise control technologies that rely on physical technology, such as materials and body structures, to quiet the cabin. RANC generates sound waves of opposite phases in 0.002 second by analyzing road noise in real time, dramatically reducing irregular, simultaneous road noise.
Another world-first technology is an active motion driver's seat that contains seven air cells: a feature that reduces fatigue from long hours of driving. One-touch comfort control, adjustable from the front row, allows for limousine-level relaxation in the second-row seats. Heated and ventilated seats are available in the first two rows.
Innovation in Powertrain for Go-Anywhere Versatility
As an authentic Genesis, GV80 is based on a unique rear-wheel-drive platform; all-wheel drive is optional. GV80 will launch in the home market of South Korea with a Genesis-exclusive, 278-ps 3.0-liter six-cylinder diesel engine. Maximum torque is 60.0 kgf.m (Not available in the US Market.). When equipped as a five-seat model with 19-inch wheels, the rear-wheel-drive diesel GV80 variant returns 11.8 km/l. Two turbocharged gasoline engines will be available in the GV80 in the US Market.
GV80 models equipped with all-wheel drive in the US Market will feature an electronically controlled Limited Slip Differential at the rear axle.
Electronically controlled suspension with road preview, another Genesis first, helps provide passengers with optimal ride comfort by recognizing information on the road ahead in advance via the front camera.
Advanced Safety Is Not an Option
Like each member of the Genesis lineup, GV80 provides an unmatched level of standard active and passive safety systems, as part of a brand-level engineering commitment to passenger security and comfort.
"When it comes to safety, GV80 is designed not only to offer protection to its occupants in the event of an accident, but also from accidents from happening at all," Biermann said.
GV80 features the following advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), including several world-first technologies:
Smart Cruise Control with Machine Learning (SCC-ML): A world first, SCC-ML advances the science and engineering behind smart cruise control. It is an artificial intelligence-based intelligent navigation technology that helps enable GV80 to independently learn the driving characteristics of its drivers and implement autonomous driving similar to that of human drivers.
Highway Driving Assist II (HDA II): This system helps assist the driver in a wider variety of situations than before, including lane change when the turn signal is used, and helping to merge in congested situations.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA): This system is able to help automatically bring GV80 to a stop in certain situations where there is a risk of collision with an approaching vehicle on the left or right side of the intersection. GV80 is also able to help detect potential collision risks, if a pedestrian is in close proximity to the vehicle while in motion.
Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance Assist (BCA): BCA is essentially a Blind Spot Monitor with active capabilities. BCA helps reduce the chance of potential impact with a moving vehicle, upon departing a parallel parking spot as one example.
Rear Cross-traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA): This system uses rear side radar to help detect and prevent impact with obstacles.
Driver Attention Alert Warning (DAW): This system monitors the driver's attention when driving, by analyzing driving patterns and behaviors, including intermittent steering and unnatural deceleration, through vehicle signals, such as steering angle and steering torque and vehicle position in traffic lane. A forward-looking camera monitors the driver and will generate pop-up messages and warning tones when fatigue or forward-looking neglect is detected.
GV80 also includes 10 standard airbags, including a center-mounted airbag between the front occupants to mitigate interior impact.
GV80 leverages the Genesis brand wide commitment to service and convenience with industry-leading remote technology.
Genesis CarPay, a feature unique to the South Korean market, helps to simplify out-of-car payments like refueling. It is a simple in-car payment service that allows drivers to easily pay through the navigation screen without the hassle of separately using cash or a credit card.
Smartphone-enabled technology also allows GV80 drivers to remotely check on their vehicles and its surroundings.
doqo - an Exciting New Keyboard for iPad Pro Boosts Productivity and Delivers a Laptop-Like Experience
The iPad Pro is a revolutionary device changing the way people live and work. Its power and portability are second to none, but it suffers from a less-than-ideal typing experience, limited battery life and difficulty connecting to other mobile devices. The new doqo keyboard addresses those issues and adds features that boost productivity and enhance the iPad Pro user's experience.
The doqo keyboard is built within a sleek, portable, protective aluminum case that protects the iPad Pro and houses a full-size, backlit keyboard and trackpad that takes advantage of the newest features of iPadOS – Apple's dedicated iPad operating system. The responsive scissor-switch tactile keys have comfortable key travel, large keycaps and great feedback that make typing more efficient and more enjoyable. The multi-touch trackpad adds fully functional gesture controls that work with iPadOS and multi-tasking functions and shortcuts.
"Since the release of Apple's dedicated OS for iPad Pro, we have been working to create the perfect companion keyboard that would give users a MacBook-like typing experience, add the versatility of a trackpad and take advantage of the newest gesture controls and multi-tasking features for iPad Pro. The result of our efforts is doqo, the most advanced and intuitive keyboard for iPad Pro. It finally gives users a way to increase productivity and convenience when working, creating, or having fun with their iPad Pro." -David Zhu, CEO doqo
What further sets the keyboard apart is the ingenious 7-in-1 hub for the ultimate connectivity of external accessories. doqo's exclusive all-in-one hub design allows the simple connection of iPad Pro to an external monitor, mouse, smartphone, flash drive, camera, or other devices for incredible versatility and productivity. Finally, the addition of a 4300 mAh battery provides a lightweight on-the-go charging solution.
With the release of doqo, iPad Pro users can enjoy the full potential of iPadOS, along with expanded connectivity, charging, and a more enjoyable user experience. doqo keyboard is available now on Kickstarter with special pricing for early adopters: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/doqo/doqo-turn-your-ipad-pro-into-a-macbook
As more and more people get into the outdoor lifestyle, rugged phones are meeting the needs of outdoor people very well. A great rugged phone has a good camera, a high-quality speaker, a bigger capacity battery and a wonderful CPU.
But are those amazing functions needed all the time? Perhaps it's too much for normal days and a modular phone would be the best choice for all people. Well, here it is, the Doogee modular phone.
A modular smartphone is a smartphone made using different components that can be independently upgraded or replaced in a modular design. This aims to reduce electronic waste, lower repair costs and increase user comfort.
Doogee has been a pioneer in the modular phone area for a long time. They launched a modular phone, the DOOGEE S90. Doogee has positioned the S90 as an outdoor survivalist phone with add-ons that offer potentially lifesaving functionality, such as a night-vision camera and a two-way antenna for emergency radio communication. The S90 is also waterproof.
Now here comes DOOGEE S95Pro which is an upgrade from the former and equipped with a variety of first-class features. Here are the specs.
P90, 8GB + 128GB UFS 2.0
Modular rugged - Variety of modules, waterproof, drop-proof.
48MP AI triple Sony camera, wide-angle
The modules themselves are ridiculously easy to install and connect gracefully to the phone thanks to a simple magnetic mechanism. It works really well.
Superb quality music
The 6W module packs dual 27mm speakers. And it's integrated with an independent large battery for 10 hours of playback. The latest generation of HiFi speaker module uses soft-touch material. Its economic design provides a comfortable grip feeling.
5150mAh battery capacity, long-lasting experience
Beneath the simple and charming design, the 5150mAh and the power-saving frequency conversion system work together to allocate power intelligently.
Long-lasting 5150mAh Battery
Power-saving frequency conversion, decent performance with low power consumption
Turbo fast charging technology, 24W turbo quick charging
Extra 3500mAh power module + Turbo quick charge
The 3500mAh module offers another 80% power with 10W turbo quick charge technology.
Charge up the phone with a single touch
A phone conference arrived as the user landed. Take out the magnetic battery module and it's automatically attached to the phone. Once the meeting's over, the user is ready to go. Enjoy the worry-free life and convenience with the simple method of charging.
3500mAh additional power
10W quick charge
Mediatek P90 pair with 8GB RAM to release the unprecedented potential of the SoC. Faster gaming experience and less loading time.
DOOGEE S95Pro will come to market this month. To get more news please visit: www.doogee.cc
DOOGEE Official Website
DOOGEE Official Store
CTL also offers an optional protective case for the CTL Chromebook NL71T and NL71TW models that are specially designed to allow 360-degree screen rotation and touchscreen use while providing protection against spills, top and bottom protection against drops, and protection from screen damage due to impact.
The CTL Chromebook NL71 has an anti-glare screen, while NL71T and NL71TW models feature a 360 degree rotating 11.6" Corning® Gorilla® Glass touchscreen with 10-point multi-touch. The NL71TW can also be used with an included Wacom® EMR stylus and an option for support with 8GB and 64GB of storage. Both models also feature dual HD cameras to allow either world-view recording or a user-facing video chatting view. Each Chromebook also has a water-resistant keyboard and reinforced ports, hinges, and power plug. The CTL Chromebook NL71 clamshell adds back HDMI and has available options including a touchscreen and LTE support.
The CTL Chromebook NL71 series models are designed to provide a quick and secure connection with the fastest available processors to date. CTL President, Erik Stromquist says, "I'm really excited about not only the improvement in overall performance but also the expanded wi-fi speeds and MU-MIMO support. This will be a benefit for schools who are considering 1:1 deployments."
All NL71, NL71CT, NL71T and NL71TW models come with a 1-year Parts and Labor Warranty and 2 way shipping for the first year. Options to upgrade warranties are available.
The CTL Chromebook NL71, NL71CT, NL71T, and NL71TW models can be purchased from CTL.net, resellers, and distributors including Ingram Micro and Synnex.
Customers interested in bulk purchasing can request a quote here.
NASA welcomed 11 new astronauts to its ranks Friday, increasing the number of those eligible for spaceflight assignments that will expand humanity's horizons in space for generations to come. The new astronauts successfully completed more than two years of required basic training and are the first to graduate since the agency announced its Artemis program.
The new graduates may be assigned to missions destined for the International Space Station, the Moon, and ultimately, Mars. With a goal of sustainable lunar exploration later this decade, NASA will send the first woman and next man to the surface on the Moon by 2024. Additional lunar missions are planned once a year thereafter and human exploration of Mars is targeted for the mid-2030s.
"These individuals represent the best of America, and what an incredible time for them to join our astronaut corps," said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston where the graduation ceremony took place. "2020 will mark the return of launching American astronauts on American rockets from American soil, and will be an important year of progress for our Artemis program and missions to the Moon and beyond."
During Friday's ceremony, each new astronaut received a silver pin, a tradition dating back to the Mercury 7 astronauts, who were selected in 1959. They will receive a gold pin once they complete their first spaceflights.
This was the first public graduation ceremony for astronauts the agency has ever hosted, and Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz of Texas were among the speakers at the event.
"For generations, the United States has been the world leader in space exploration, and Johnson Space Center will always be both the heart and home of human spaceflight activity," said Cornyn. "I have no doubt the newly minted astronauts will add to that history and accomplish incredible things."
Selected for training in 2017, the NASA astronaut candidates were chosen from a record-setting pool of more than 18,000 applicants.
"I congratulate these exceptional men and women on being the first graduating class of the Artemis program," Cruz said. "They are the pioneers of the final frontier whose work will help fortify America's leadership in space for generations to come. I am excited for the opportunities ahead of them, including landing the first woman ever on the surface of the Moon, and having the first boots to step on Mars."
Including the current class, NASA now has 49 active astronauts in its corps. NASA is also considering plans to open the application process this spring for the next class of astronaut candidates.
Training alongside the NASA astronaut candidates for the past two years were two Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronauts who also participated in the graduation ceremony.
NASA's newest astronauts are:
Kayla Barron, a U.S. Navy lieutenant, originally is from Richland, Washington. She graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a bachelor's degree in systems engineering. A Gates Cambridge Scholar, Barron earned a master's degree in nuclear engineering from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. As a submarine warfare officer, Barron served aboard the USS Maine (SSBN 741), completing three strategic deterrent patrols. She came to NASA from the U.S. Naval Academy, where she was serving as the flag aide to the superintendent.
Zena Cardman calls Williamsburg, Virginia, home. She completed a bachelor's degree in biology and a master's degree in marine sciences at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Cardman was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, working at The Pennsylvania State University. Her research focused on microorganisms in subsurface environments, ranging from caves to deep sea sediments. Her field experience includes multiple Antarctic expeditions, work aboard research vessels as both a scientist and crew member, and NASA analog missions in British Columbia, Idaho and Hawaii.
Raja Chari, a U.S. Air Force colonel, hails from Cedar Falls, Iowa. He graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy with bachelor's degrees in astronautical engineering and engineering science. He continued on to earn a master's degree in aeronautics and astronautics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and graduated from the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School in Patuxent River, Maryland. Chari served as the commander of the 461st Flight Test Squadron and the director of the F-35 Integrated Test Force at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB) in California.
Matthew Dominick, a U.S. Navy lieutenant commander, was born and grew up in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. He earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of San Diego and a master's degree in systems engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He also graduated from the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School. Dominick served on the USS Ronald Reagan as department head for Strike Fighter Squadron 115.
Bob Hines, a U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel, attended high school in Mountaintop, Pennsylvania, but considers Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, his hometown. He has a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from Boston University and a master's degree in flight test engineering from the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School at Edwards AFB. Hines served as a developmental test pilot on all models of the F-15 while earning a master's in aerospace engineering from the University of Alabama. He has deployed in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Prior to being selected as an astronaut, he was a Federal Aviation Administration flight test pilot and a NASA research pilot at Johnson.
Warren Hoburg originally is from Pittsburgh. He earned a bachelor's degree in aeronautics and astronautics from MIT, and a doctorate in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California, Berkeley. He is a commercial pilot, and spent several seasons serving on the Bay Area Mountain Rescue Unit and Yosemite Search and Rescue. Hoburg came to NASA from MIT, where he led a research group as an assistant professor of aeronautics and astronautics.
Dr. Jonny Kim, a U.S. Navy lieutenant, was born and grew up in Los Angeles. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy, then trained and operated as a Navy SEAL, completing more than 100 combat operations and earning a Silver Star and Bronze Star with Combat V. Afterward, he went on to complete a degree in mathematics at the University of San Diego and a doctorate of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Kim was a resident physician in emergency medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Jasmin Moghbeli, a U.S. Marine Corps major, considers Baldwin, New York, her hometown. She earned a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering with information technology at MIT and a master's degree in aerospace engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School. She also is a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School. Moghbeli came to NASA from Yuma, Arizona, where she tested H-1 helicopters and served as the quality assurance and avionics officer for Marine Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron 1.
Loral O'Hara was born in Houston. She earned a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Kansas and a master's degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Purdue University. Prior to joining NASA, O'Hara was a Research Engineer at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, where she worked on the engineering, test, and operations of deep-ocean research submersibles and robots.
Dr. Francisco "Frank" Rubio, a U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, originally is from Miami. He earned a bachelor's degree in international relations at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, and a doctorate of medicine from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. Rubio has accumulated more than 1,100 hours as a Blackhawk helicopter pilot, including 600 hours of combat and imminent danger time. He was serving as a surgeon for the 3rd Battalion of the Army's 10th Special Forces Group at Fort Carson, Colorado, before coming to NASA.
Jessica Watkins hails from Lafayette, Colorado. She graduated from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, with a bachelor's degree in geological and environmental sciences, then went on to earn a doctorate in geology from the University of California, Los Angeles. Watkins has worked at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, California, and Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and was a postdoctoral fellow at the California Institute of Technology, where she collaborated on NASA's Mars Science Laboratory rover, Curiosity.
CSA's astronaut candidates are:
Joshua Kutryk, a Royal Canadian Air Force lieutenant colonel, is from Beauvallon, Alberta. He has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, as well as master's degrees in space studies, flight test engineering, and defense studies. Prior to joining CSA, Kutryk worked as an experimental test pilot and a fighter pilot in Cold Lake, Alberta, where he led the unit responsible for the operational flight-testing of fighter aircraft in Canada.
Jennifer Sidey-Gibbons hails from Calgary, Alberta. She holds an honors bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University in Montreal and a doctorate in engineering from the University of Cambridge. While at McGill, she conducted research on flame propagation in microgravity, in collaboration with CSA and the National Research Council Flight Research Laboratory. Prior to joining CSA, Sidey-Gibbons worked as an assistant professor in combustion in the Department of Engineering at Cambridge.
Astronaut candidate training for the new graduates included instruction, practice, and testing in spacewalking, robotics, International Space Station systems, T-38 jet proficiency, and Russian language. As astronauts, they will help develop spacecraft, support the teams currently in space and ultimately join the ranks of only about 500 people who have had the honor of going into space. NASA continues its work aboard the space station, which, in November, will celebrate 20 consecutive years of human occupation. The agency also is on the verge of launching astronauts again from American soil aboard American commercial spacecraft, and is preparing to send humans to the Moon as part of the Artemis program.
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