6 Of The Coolest New Things You Know You Don’t Need

Everyone says technology is racing forward at lightning speed, so it sometimes seems impossible to keep track of what gadgets are available. Every week it seems there are amazing things that no one’s ever heard of, and Leverage Marketing wants you to know the best gadgets available today.

Magic Wand Remote

So maybe “coolest” isn’t the right word for this gadget, but it’s pretty great nonetheless. Rather than using buttons, you can change the channel with a flick of the wrist. You can program up to 13 commands to whatever wrist movements you want, and even record shows with a swish of the arm. For Harry Potter fans or just the mystically inclined, this remote is a must-have.


This device is a simple bracelet that is tied to your smart phone. When you get a text, call, email, or social media alert, the bracelet will light up. Each different alert will manifest as a different color, so you know exactly what your network is doing. Whether your phone is buried in the bottom of your purse or hidden away in your pockets, you will immediately know that someone is trying to contact you and you can be sure you won’t miss any more calls.

Google Glass

Taking instant communication one step further, Google Glass puts your smart phone screen literally right in front of your face. The screen is held by an eyeglass-like set up so that the tiny screen is directly in front of the user’s eye. This project has been in the works for the past two years, and it looks like it will be launched toward the end of this year.

“I’m Here” GPS Tracker

With a GPS in almost every car and every pocket, it seems like the next logical step is to pack one in all those items we value the most. The “I’m Here” GPS Tracker is a small tracker that can be attached to anything – a piece of luggage, a dog’s collar, even a child’s shoe. In an emergency, your phone can show exactly where the tracker is and help you locate what’s been lost.

Vibrating Fork

Amazingly, this may be the newest weight loss sensation. Scientists and dieters alike are well aware that it takes 20 minutes for your body to realize it’s full. The vibrating fork will be able to tell you when you’re eating too fast, letting you slow down and give your body a chance to process the food.

If all this fails to amaze you, it may be time to use your brand new iPhone case to open a bottle of your favorite beverage. Showing Apple’s priorities are squarely in line with college men across the country, the newest case has a built in bottle opener. Keep checking Leverage Marketing to find more on the most exciting in tech, advertising, internet, and everything else that’s changing the world.

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