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HearNotes brings wirefree joy to your earbuds

Those who love to listen to music on their mobile devices always have an ongoing tussle with their earphones, headphones, earbuds, or whatever it is they use to listen to their favorite songs. The wireless aren't really wireless, and the bluetooth headsets/earbuds aren't that great for sound tripping. A new Kickstarter project claims that it will solve all your wired problems by bringing you a truly wire free earbud experience with their HearNotes Premium WireFree Earbuds.

Wearality Sky offers new, limitless virtual reality experience

The virtual reality gaming experience may still be in its early stages but a lot of companies and startups are trying to enter the game. We've seen several VR headsets already from Google, Samsung, HTC, Merge Labs, and LG. Other headsets have yet to become a reality and I'm sure they will be joined by more concepts and Kickstarter projects like this one from the Wearality team.

Nexpaq is the first ever modular smartphone case

The Project Ara is still on but some geeks are getting impatient with it. While waiting for the modular smartphone, a group of guys went to Kickstarter to introduce a new phone case that features several modules just like the Project Ara phone. Called as the nexpaq, this protective case is the first truly modular smartphone case that allows the user to be in control.

Revolar is a gadget that aims to ensure your personal safety

Gadgets are known to have made our life both easier and more complicated at the same time. But not many can say that they can actually contribute to ensuring the personal safety of its users. A new Kickstarter project called Revolar aims to do that, inspired by the developer's sister's personal experiences, and aiming to be a simple but extremely useful digital tool for those moments when users feel that their safety is in danger and they have limited ways to connect with their loved ones.

Camlet Mount gives DSLR a monitor through smartphone/tablet

While a lot of smartphones and tablets have high enough specs that you can take quality pictures and videos, there are times when a DSLR is still your camera of choice. But we've gotten so used to the bigger screen of our mobile devices that the small LCD in the DSLR seems to not be enough. A new Kickstarter project can give you that bigger monitor, without buying expensive screens, but just a portable, simple mount for your smartphone or tablet.

TravelCard Plus to juice up your smartphone while on the go

As smartphones become bigger, the more battery it consumes. And as we become more mobile, the more we need external batteries to help our devices keep up. But being mobile also means you don't want to be lugging around all these cables and big, bulky battery extenders. A Kickstarter project, which is actually an upgrade of a successful one before, is bringing you a wallet-sized, thin battery which can power up your smartphone for a few extra hours, which is a lifeline when you're always on the go.

Stick your Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge anywhere with anti-gravity case

You know you want to take group selfies (otherwise known as groufies) but you're too embarrassed to have your arms showing in the picture, which makes it very obvious that you were groufie-ing (if you care about those kinds of things). If you have a brand new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, you'll know be able to take hands-free selfies with a Kickstarter project called Zero G Anti Gravity Case.

Droplet reminds you of things you need to do digitally and physically

No matter how many to-do lists or productivity apps you use, it will be useless if you just swipe them away or look at them when they sound of an alarm but then forgot to do what it is you were supposed to do. A new Kickstarter project wants to blend the physical and the digital to help you develop a habit and accomplish the things you really need to do. Droplet will be your "trainer" and best friend for this.

BOLT² is a back-up battery and wall charger in one

If you were a fan of the original Bolt from the guys over at FluxMob but feel like there was still something to be improved on it, then you'll be happy to know that the developers listened to user feedback. They have just launched their new Kickstarter project, the BOLT², which is still a back-up battery and wall charger in one, but with more power, more output and one more USB slot.
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