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Stride into the future with this selection of superior technology ideal for your Westchester home or office.
Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K
There are plenty of high-quality 4K projectors and lower-res portable projectors, but does anybody combine the best of both worlds? Nebula does, with this new laser-powered 4K projector that cranks out 2,400 ISO lumens and can easily be carried from bedroom to boardroom.
Ember Mug 2
When working hard on a project, taking a sudden swig of cold coffee can be a major downer. Enter this ingenious little smart mug, which allows users to set an exact drinking temperature and maintains it for up to an hour and a half, with an auto-sleep setting to boot, so that latte is always just how you like it.
$149.99; Walmart, Mohegan Lake
Larq Bottle PureVis
Those wary of germs may find a lot to love in this futuristic, self-cleaning water bottle that uses UV light and PureViz technology to banish up to 99% of bio-contaminants, like E. Coli, from both the water and the double-wall, vacuum-insulated bottle, at the push of a button.
$118; Best Buy, Multiple County Locations
Tired of misplacing a wallet or losing keys? Apple has been making lives infinitely easier with these location trackers that are a far cry from previous versions on the market. They easily connect to the Find My app on any iPhone, have built-in speakers, boast a replaceable battery, and can be located via Apple’s Precision Finding system.
$29; Apple, White Plains and Yonkers
Oura Ring Generation 3
When searching for a wearable focused on health, this cutting-edge ring is well worth a look. Oura boasts an enhanced internal sensor package, with a long battery life capable of tracking deep, REM, and light sleep, as well as activity, temperature, and overall readiness. It can even tell if you are getting sick — pretty handy with the winter ahead.