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my top 10 tech list for 2019

Ten technology things that if you need one, will help! The one piece that is missing, the network. There was a time many years ago when updating a device was painful. Now with the internet, all you need is access to the internet. The reality of your network connection is now critical to how you operate!

  1. Tablet, I use mine all the time. They are incredible tools to have in your hands!
  2. Pico projectors, there are several on the market, Nebula is the one I recommend the most.
  3. 3d or 360-degree cameras. This is a huge growing area!
  4. Travis the translator, with their new inexpensive Global Sim you can take translation with you anywhere, and you don’t have to have your phone in your hand.
  5. NetAtMO and Bloomsky, there is something about knowing the weather where you live!
  6. Keecker, what can I say, the egg is useful!
  7. 3d printers – if you are interested the market is exploding and prices are dropping
  8. Alexa and Google Home. These are great voice activate systems to have and use!
  9. SiriusXM radio, I’ve been a subscriber to Sirius for more than 15 years. The service is awesome; the quality of the music is beyond amazing!
  10. Automotive anti-collision systems

The last one is the most interesting overall because anti-collision systems for cars have a huge economic impact, but is likely the slowest adoption rate on this list. New cars (2016 and on) tend to have the systems overall. It is an interesting technology. 3d printers have come down in price a lot in the past year. What once was 2 and even 3 thousand dollar purpose can now be had for less than 700 bucks. The quality of the printer has improved as well.

Each of these technologies has improved this year. The newest release of products in the categories are excellent. Not everyone will hit all ten categories, but I suspect some of you will hit 2 or more.

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Written by DocAndersen

I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project.


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    • The insurance companies have predicted that when we reach the tipping point (roughly 51% of the cars in a market equipped with collision prevention systems) that rear-end collisions (the single largest collision type) will be decreased by more than 60%.

  1. I am not much of a techy and my grasp of understanding is limited in this area. However, I have to say that advance in tech did make travelling these days much easier. When we first went to Vietnam, ordering rice is like solving a math problem. Today, communication is made easy by translator not to mention Grab and Uber made life easier too even abroad.

  2. I will gladly read any review you write, and am already interested in everything you’ve listed except for keecker, because I don’t know what it is. But if it made your list, I expect it is something I would be interested in…

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