Sharon D. Nelson is president of the digital forensics, information technology, and information security firm Sensei Enterprises. In addition...
Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Management Assistance Program, Jim Calloway is a recognized speaker on legal technology issues,...
Struggling to find the perfect gadget for that tech savvy attorney in your life? Perhaps you’re trying to figure out exactly what to get a very special lawyer who seemingly has everything? In this edition of The Digital Edge, Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway share all of their top tech toys and gifting goodies to help you spice up the law firm this holiday season.
Family Hub Refrigerator: A smart refrigerator
IBM Model M Keyboard: Mechanical Keyboard
Thermo Thermometer: Smart thermometer
NES Classic Edition: Nintendo’s mini iconic console.
Self-Installing Car Seat: A car seat that installs itself
Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Powerful multi-purpose tablet
Nanoleaf Aurora: A modular LED panel lighting system
Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge: Smart phone
Petcube Play and Petcube Camera: Pet monitor and pet selfie device
Prepara iPrep Foldable/Adjutsable E-reader: E-reader and adjustable stand
Amazon Echo Dot: Voice-controlled; cloud based Alexa Voice speaker
Sensorwake: Olfactory alarm clock
Hudway Glass: Heads up display for any car
Wilson X Football and Basketball: Smart football and basketball device
Urbanears: Washable headphones
Anki’s Cozmo Robot: Robot
Smart Remote: Smart remote that instantly connects to house appliances
CHiP: Robotic dog pet
|Published:||December 7, 2016|
|Podcast:||The Digital Edge|
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