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  • Wacom One Drawing Tablet Works With Windows, Mac OS, And Android

While it was far from perfect when it first released, the Apple Pencil eventually transformed the iPad Pro into a quality drawing tool – one that can rival the creative things people can do on a PC-and-drawing-tablet combo. With Apple finally getting the drawing tool right, it’s not going to be long before other tablet makers jump in on the bandwagon, effectively encroaching on a domain once limited to full-featured PCs. We’re guessing that’s the whole reason for the Wacom One, a new drawing tablet that’s compatible with Android devices.

That’s right, the same company that makes those drawing tablets nearly everyone uses on PCs just made one that you can use on mobile devices, so you can do the same creative work without investing in an expensive professional-grade workstation. It’s a great product – one that will likely see plenty of interest, especially with the current growth of drawing and illustration app offerings on mobile platforms.

The Wacom One is a 13.3-inch drawing tablet, with its own 1920 x 1080 display, so you can draw and see your creations right on the same surface. It doesn’t have best screen, by the way, with the panel only replicating 72 percent of the NTSC color gamut, although that’s really of secondary importance, since you can fiddle with the color on the actual machine that’s connected to the tablet. Other screen details include a 170-degree viewing angle, a 26ms response time, and a 16:9 aspect ratio. When paired with the accompanying electromagnetic resonance pen, the tablet vows to give users a natural way to sketch, draw, and paint, providing an experience that, the outfit claims, feels as familiar as pen-and-paper.

This pen, which is battery-free, boasts 4,096 levels of pressure and tilt support of up to 60 degrees, which should allow for some creative pen-to-paper action, whether you’re using it as a pencil, a paintbrush, or some other writing instrument. In case you already have a preferred digital pen, the drawing tablet is also compatible with pens and styluses from other companies, such as Samsung, Staedtler, and more, so you don’t have to stop using your favorite drawing instrument.

The Wacom One comes with fold-out legs on each of the top two corners, making it easy to stand on a flat surface at a tilted 19-degree angle that’s ideal for drawing. The pen, by the way, docks right at the top of the tablet, so it’s easy to keep both items together, ensuring you don’t end up forgetting your pen at home when taking the tablet on the road. We know, this doesn’t sound like the kind of drawing tablet professionals will buy into, but for students and hobbyists looking for affordable ways to hop into digital drawing, this just might be the perfect offer.

 

It’s compatible with both Windows and Mac OS, just like other Wacom release. This one, however, can also be used with certain Android devices, such as newer Samsung and Huawei products. It also comes with six months of free access to Clip Studio Paint, two months of free access to Adobe Premiere Rush CC, and Wacom’s own Bamboo Paper app.

The Wacom One comes out this month, priced at $400.

 

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U by Moen Smart Faucet Can Dispense Water In Exact Amounts And Temperatures

Do you need a smart faucet in your life? Probably not. Do you, however, want a smart faucet that can give you the exact amount of water at the exact temperature you want with a simple voice command? Yeah, you’re probably reconsidering that. Well, those are the functions that the U by Moen Smart Faucet can bring to your kitchen sink.

That’s right, it’s a faucet that can regulate the amount and temperature of the water it dispenses, allowing you to get exactly what you need without a single wasted drop. No more using measuring cups or heating the water over the stovetop – this thing can handle both of those functions, which should help streamline a good chunk of the chores you end up doing in the kitchen counter.

The U by Moen Smart Faucet can dispense exact amounts and temperatures when controlled from the companion app, where you can input the precise numbers for both parameters.  You can specify an exact amount in any of the available measurements, which include both metric and imperial systems, as well as more colloquial kitchen measurements, such as tablespoon, cup, and half-cup. According to the outfit, it can dispense controlled amounts of water anywhere from one tablespoon to 15 gallons. For temperature, you can specify exact temperatures (e.g. 105 degrees Fahrenheit), as well as simply choose either “hot” or “cold,” with the system defaulting to its own preset temperatures. Even better, you can add user-customized presets with custom measurements, so you can have it dispense just the perfect amount to fill a dog bowl, a baby bottle, or a small pot of coffee.

Since using an app just to operate your faucet doesn’t make sense when you just want to get a glass of water, clean your hands, or wash some dishes, it also comes with a motion sensor for switching on and off with a wave of the hand. Not a fan of motion control? Not a problem, as it also includes a physical lever for more traditional flow control.

The U by Moen Smart Faucet also supports voice control using either Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, so if you’re invested in any of those ecosystems, you will be able to bark commands at the faucet by simply having a small compatible speaker somewhere around the sink. In case you’re curious, by the way, it uses built-in sensors to determine both the amount of water and temperature it’s dispensing. If it doesn’t have enough of the water at the temperature you asked for, a LED on the faucet will blink in either red or blue to indicate whether it’s warming (red) or cooling (blue). Once it’s ready to dispense, the LED will stop blinking.


The U by Moen Smart Faucet also supports voice control using either Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, so if you’re invested in any of those ecosystems, you will be able to bark commands at the faucet by simply having a small compatible speaker somewhere around the sink. In case you’re curious, by the way, it uses built-in sensors to determine both the amount of water and temperature it’s dispensing. If it doesn’t have enough of the water at the temperature you asked for, a LED on the faucet will blink in either red or blue to indicate whether it’s warming (red) or cooling (blue). Once it’s ready to dispense, the LED will stop blinking.

CookingPal Julia Can Chop, Blend, And Cook Your Food On Its Own

The first time you lay eyes on the CookingPal Julia, it’s hard to tell exactly what it is. Is it a fancy coffee maker, a weird new blender, or a newfangled sous vide machine? Turns out, it’s none of those things. Instead, it’s the latest take on autonomous cooking machines that look to take the burden of cooking in our not-so-distant future.

Billed as an “intelligent autonomous cooking system,” it’s a one-pot cooking appliance that can guide users through recipes, telling them what to put in, while doing most of the actual work itself. And yes, the actual work included chopping, blending, kneading, and all other sorts of things, allowing you to eliminate many of the prep work that traditionally come with cooking food at home.

The CookingPal Julia consists of two parts: a countertop appliance that looks like an excessively large food processor and a companion tablet that you can use to interact with the system. Why is it so big? We’re guessing mostly because it does everything. It has, for instance, a built-in scale in the rear section, so you can weigh each ingredient right on the darn thing, as well as integrated blades that allow it to perform all chopping and slicing duties, eliminating the need to mess with a chopping board during food prep.

The main cooking vessel is a 3-liter pot with a convenient handle on the side and a removable measuring cup on the lid. Inside the pot, right at the bottom, sits a blade that it uses to chop up any food when the recipe calls for it, so it can serve as a limited food processor of sorts, as well. Aside from the pot, it also comes with a steamer tray that you can swap into the cooking slot, as well as a simmering basket that you can place inside the pot to keep food away from the blade. There’s also a butterfly whisk and a spatula that can be attached inside the pot, as needed.

The CookingPal Julia’s companion tablet is, of course, where you interact with the system. You begin each cooking session by choosing a recipe, with the option to ask it for recommendations, upon which it will prompt you to input either the kind of food you like or the ingredients you currently have on hand.  Once you’ve picked a recipe, the system then walks you through each step of the cooking process, telling you everything you need to do, from weighing the meat on the integrated scale and adding a specific quantity of ingredient to attaching any of the included accessories. Basically, your job is to dump the ingredients in the order it recites, then leave it to manage everything else. You can keep tabs on the status of the food using the tablet. Once you’re done cooking, the unit can also clean itself (just pour water and detergent into the bowl), although it’s also dishwasher-friendly, if it requires a more thorough cleaning.


The CookingPal Julia will come out in the third quarter of 2020.

Adaprox Fingerbot Pushes Buttons And Switches So You Don’t Have To

Smart power outlets are great, as they let you block and clear the passage of electricity to any connected item any time you please. While that’s great for use with appliances and electronics that turn on automatically, it’s not really useful for those you’ll still need to press a power button in order to get going. The Adaprox Fingerbot should work a whole lot better.

A single-purpose robot finger (or a very small robot arm, whichever you prefer), the device is designed to press any button or switch at your command, so you can turn on the TV, the helmet coffeemaker, or the living room light without being anywhere near its vicinity. Whether you want to start the coffee maker without getting out of bed, turn on the living room air-conditioning 15 minutes before you actually get home, or switch on the light in the basement before you go down there, this thing lets you do that without having to invest in expensive smart home devices or fiddle with your home’s electric wiring.

The Adaprox Fingerbot consists of a small cube with a finger-like appendage on one side, which it can use to press down on any toggle, switch, or button. Each one comes with a square strip of 3M VHB double-sided tape that you can place on any side to secure it to walls, desk surfaces, and even device enclosures. You can stick it to your desktop with the tip pointed at the power button to let you switch on your PC any time you please, as well as to a section around a wall switch, the side of your coffee maker, or right next to any device you want to automate to make them accessible to your smart home setup.

The finger appendage, by the way, can be lengthened with an extension or replaced entirely by one of four available fingers. There’s one with a capacitive tip for touchscreens, one for moving toggle controls, one designed specifically for wall switches, and one designed for toggle switches. They also offer spacers that you can attach to the sides of the device if you need to mount it at a taller height.

The Adaprox Fingerbot can be controlled from a companion app (iOS and Android), where you can keep track of all your Fingerbots and control them individually. You can tap a control on the app to trigger a finger to move, as well as set timers, so you can set the coffee maker to brew up a batch as soon as the clock hits 6AM, so you can get off bed with a fresh pot ready and waiting. It can also integrate with both Siri and Google Assistant, so you can easily trigger any finger using voice command on your phone.

 

An optional device called Adaprox Bridge can act as a central control point for all Fingerbots installed in your home. Adding this opens them to even more functionality, including Alexa support, Google Home integration, IFTTT support, and access to the cloud API, in case you want to write your own code to control it.

A Kickstarter is currently running for the Adaprox Fingerbot. You can reserve a unit for pledges starting at $29.

Eve Energy Strip: This Power Strip Has Three Outlets You Can Individually Control Remotely

 

We’re big fans of using power strips, since most modern ones protect from overcurrent, overvoltage, and power surges, making them safer for all your appliances and electronics. The Eve Energy Strip makes them even better by adding the ability to control the current flow on each individual outlet remotely, allowing you to integrate erstwhile traditional items to your smart home setup.

We know, there aren’t a lot of appliances and electronics you can control with a power outlet, since most of them will still require you to press or toggle the power control. Still, there are plenty of stuff that you can keep running permanently (especially those that use a toggle control for power), which you can then automate by simply controlling the power flow to the strip’s individual outlets.

The Eve Energy Strip is an erstwhile regular-looking power strip, with three outlets, each of which can be individually controlled from the companion app, so you can keep one running while totally cutting off power from the others you don’t need at the moment. Sadly, it’s iOS only, so the contraption is strictly for iPhone and iPad users. On the upside, it supports Siri, so you can switch each outlet on and off using voice commands directed at Apple’s voice assistant. It supports scheduling, so you can set exactly what times each outlet should power on and off, while a rhythm syncing feature can learn how you use each outlet, then automatically turn each on and off based on your habits.

Aside from controlling the outlets, the app can monitor the power consumption on each one, give you the total usage for a certain period, and even calculate how much it will cost, so you can use it to review your electrical usage and consumption. This way, you can get an idea of what items eat up energy even when they’re in standby mode, allowing you to make smarter decisions about which outlets to shut off during which times of the day.

The Eve Energy Strip is, of course, fitted with all the modern safety protections you find in power strips today. That includes elements that prevent the occurrence of overcurrents, overvoltages, and surges, ensuring none of your appliances and home electronics are ever damaged due to spikes, short circuits, and other power issues in your home. Not to mention, of course, the classic benefit of power strips, which is their ability to give you additional outlets without having to fiddle with your home’s electrical wiring.

 

The app, by the way, integrates with Apple HomeKit, so you can control it directly from the iPhone maker’s Home app, making it a good choice for people who are already invested in the ecosystem. That means, you can set it to turn on and off in sync with other HomeKit-enabled objects in your home, so you can power up multiple items by simply tapping a single button or reciting a single voice command.

Want one? The Eve Energy Strip is available now.

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Wacom One Drawing Tablet , U by Moen Smart Faucet Can Dispense Water In Exact Amounts And Temperatures , CookingPal Julia Can Chop, Blend, And Cook Your Food On Its Own , Adaprox Fingerbot Pushes Buttons And Switches So You Don’t Have To , Eve Energy Strip: This Power Strip Has Three Outlets You Can Individually Control Remotely

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