Vinyl lovers looking for a quality turntable that doesn't break the bank may have encountered Audio Technica's surprisingly weighty AT-LP120USB turntable on their travels. Close enough in looks to easily be mistaken for a Technics SL-1200 from a distance, the direct drive groove machine continues to attract rave reviews from consumers and industry pundits alike despite being on the market for a few years now, and having a design aesthetic that isn't exactly what you might call "living room-friendly." At IFA this year, Audio Technica was showing off a new and more mature-looking turntable called the AT-LP5 and inviting booth visitors to sit on a comfy couch for a listen. Gizmag had a quick ears on.
Cyclists who ride in the rain typically stay dry by wearing
waterproof-yet-breathable jackets and pants. According to Vancouver,
Washington-based engineer Jay Small, however, waterproof cycling gloves
have a harder time keeping out the rain while also letting the sweat
escape. His solution? Use regular dry-weather gloves, and his DriBarz
While many of us may have experienced a bit of queasiness on unusually
rough flights or boat trips, some people suffer from extreme motion
sickness even under relatively calm conditions. Although medication can
help, it also causes side effects such as drowsiness. In a few years,
however, there may be a preferable alternative ... which users would
stick to their head.
While front-loading washing machines do have their advantages, one thing
is better about top-loaders – if you want to add a piece of laundry to a
load that's already being washed, you can just open the lid and chuck
it in. Well, Samsung's new WW8500 AddWash now lets you do the same thing
with a front-loader.
A new study has revealed that during the period in which the red planet's distinctive valleys supposedly formed, the Martian atmosphere may have already been too depleted to maintain the free-running water that it is believed to have carved out the geological features.
Huawei's Mate S flagship has some interesting functionality in the form of Force Touch and "Knuckle Sense," but it also looks like a sweet all-around handset in its own right. Read on for Gizmag's hands-on impressions of the smartphone from IFA 2015.
Another day at IFA 2015, and another 360-degree camera has been given a video resolution bump. Yesterday the Ricoh Theta S made the move to Full HD video recording, today it's the turn of Kodak's spherical-shooting action camera, which has jumped to 4K. The upcoming Pixpro SP360-4K also gains a new optional wrist-worn remote controller.
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens doesn't hit cinemas
until December, but already the rolling, bleeping BB-8 droid that
features in it has proved a hit with audiences. Now you can buy your
very own working version of the robot, thanks to a replica toy produced
Earlier this week, we finally got pricing and release details on the Huawei Watch. It's priced a little higher than some of its competition, but does its high-end build make it worth the extra cash? Gizmag went hands-on with the wearable at IFA 2015 in Berlin.
Following its recent Studio iPhone-enhancing case and accessory system, Olloclip has unveiled a new macro lens kit for the iPhones 6 and 6 Plus at this year's IFA. The Macro Pro Lens promises to turn your iPhone into a digital microscope or loupe, and should make it easier to capture arty macro shots of bugs and flowers, and the like.