Check out FRETX, one of those devices I’d write up as Cool Stuff Found if I didn’t get to offer you a deal on it. This device slips onto the neck of your guitar and then lights up to show you where to put your fingers. It’s controlled by a smartphone app, and it’s $69.99 through us. The video below gives a good overview of how it works.
We have a deal on the Nix Pro Color Sensor, a device that senses color and sends the data to your iPhone, iPad, or android device. The Nix Pro blocks out ambient light, can match to more than 38,000 paint colors, give you CMYK, HEX, sRGB, CIELAB, LCH, and LRV codes, and more. It’s $249 through us, 28% off retail.
We hava deal the HyperGear Wireless Gift Set, a collection that includes a pair of over-the-ear headphones, a pair of earbuds, and a Bluetooth speaker. The headphones and earbuds are wireless, too. It’s $44.99 through us.
We have a deal on a one year subscription to SplashID Pro, a password management service. You can choose to sync your passwords, or not to sync you r passwords, and it’s accessible macOS, iOS, Android, Windows, BlackBerry, and even Windows Phone. One year is $9.99 through us.
We have a deal on a 12,000mAh LED Power Bank that also features a built-in LED flashlight. It has two USB ports for charging, including one 2.1A port. It’s $19.99 through us.
The myriad of different traffic, road, lighting, and weather conditions presented to autonomous cars will pose endless challenges to automotive software engineers. The complexities are beginning to temper initial optimism and portend a future of continuous updates, according to this Particle Debris linked article at Wired.
Live Home 3D Pro for Mac allows you to design residential buildings from the ground up, which might come in particularly handy if you’re working on your Spring Cleaning projects. The software will let you design sheds, living rooms, homes, or even a skyscraper, according to the company that makes it. We have a deal on it for $24.99. Check the listing for all the features.
We have a deal on PDFelement 6 for the Mac, a PDF editor and document creator. It offers OCR, merged documents, has annotations and more. Check out the deal listing for details.
We have a deal on the LuxArmor Executive iPhone X case. It’s a slim case with the company’s anti-slip ArmorSecure coating for a good grip. You can get one through us for $26.99, and the deal listing also has options for iPhone 7/8 and iPhone 7/8 Plus.
We have a deal for anyone looking for a submersible Bluetooth speaker. G-DROP floats on water and can sit in the snow, and it’s submersible for up to 30 minutes in up to 3 feet of water. It has a microphone for speaker phone calls, and it’s $35 through us.
Steve Jobs really wanted Tim Cook to leave Compaq to work for Apple, but kept getting stonewalled. Tim wouldn’t even agree to a meeting, which makes sense because this was before the iMac and iPod were introduced. When the two men finally met, Steve had to convince Tim to take the job as Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide operations. CNBC has a great look at how that played out from Tim’s perspective, and it’s worth checking out.
If all that were required for brilliant engineering solutions is oodles of cash, Apple would have flawless products that seem to have been beamed from the future. Alas, this is not possible. Particle Debris page 2 links to an illustrative article.
It’s your last chance to get the The 2018 Mac Essentials Bundle, a collection of 10 Mac apps that includes BusyCal 3, a 2 year VPN subscription, RollercoasterTycoon 3 Platinum, uBar 4, Flip PDF for Mac, and more. That’s a solid collection of apps, all for $19.99, but now we have coupon code SAVEMAC that brings the price down to $14.99. This deal is ending soon.
We have a deal on Boom 3D, system-wide volume booster and equalizer software for your Mac designed to give you a 3D Surround Sound experience. The video below gives a quick look at the software’s interface. It’s $7.99 through us.
We have a deal today on RoboForm Everywhere, a password manager for Mac, iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS. It features password auditing, cloud backup, syncing across devices, support for 2FA, and more. A five year subscription is $29 through us.
We have a deal on Hider 2 for Mac, a utility that lets you hide and encrypt files. You can hide and encrypt files and folders, create categories and tags, make notes, and everything is password protected. It’s $12.99 through us.
Our friends at Stack Commerce have put together an interesting deal for us. The Lofree Four Seasons retro mechanical wireless keyboard I wrote about in November was successfully funded on Indiegogo, having raised $182,000. Our deal today is to pre-order one of those keyboards for $99.99 for May delivery, when retail price will be $139. It’s backlit, uses mechanical keys, and features a Mac layout, but works with Mac, iOS, Android, and Windows.
After years of leapfrogging each other, Tidbits security editor Rich Mogull thinks Windows 10 security is now on par with macOS. The U.S. military agrees. Both links are on Particle Debris page 2.
Check out the Sandman alarm clock. It boasts large numbers and four USB ports for charging your devices. One of those ports is a 2.1 amp charging port for devices that need more power. It’s $25.99 through us.
We have a deal on an interesting device called QLYX. Successfully funded on Indiegogo and Kickstarter, and now shipping, QLYX is a magnetic car mount that connects to an app through Bluetooth. That app will connect to various mapping services, Spotitfy, Pandora, and more. The video below offers a good look at it. QLYX is $39.99 through us.