Dyson invited us out to South Kensington yesterday to show off the latest results of their mad tinkering. In an era of increasingly homogenised technology it’s always comforting to be in the presence of some old fashioned engineering geniuses who make things that look how gadgets are supposed to look. The star of the show … Continue reading Dyson AirBlade Tap Hand Dryer: Throwing in the towel
We were invited to the Good Housekeeping Institute to play with some of simplehuman’s latest innovations and to develop a serious inferiority complex over the state of our kitchens. simplehuman first caught my eye a few years back with their sensor bins. I’d be hard pushed to call a bin beautiful but there is a … Continue reading simplehuman sensor bins and sensor pumps
We’ve all been there… A nervous twitch when the company director comes to introduce himself – or perhaps even more nerve-racking herself – to you for the first time, causing a cup of boiling hot coffee to get nervously tipped over, irretrievably damage the computer keyboard. Or the kids drinking orange juice precariously close to … Continue reading Logitech Washable Keyboard K310: Cleaning addicts of the world rejoice!
This winter there are apparently more flu and viral strains than ever before. It’s bad enough to have to put up with contagion during commuting let alone getting infected when you’re in the comfort of your own home. So why not make sure you don’t give them a chance to get near you by installing … Continue reading Keep those flu viruses away with ECO DD322FW Dehumidifiers
I love technology crammed where you wouldn’t normally think to put it. One of my favourite things I came across last year was a fridge with a built-in, internet-connected touchscreen. That is all kinds of awesome as far as I am concerned. So when I heard that Philips were applying their technological might to the … Continue reading Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Electric Toothbrush: The iPhone of toothbrushes