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Gadgets: Smart controller – Brainerd Dispatch


Linxura has launched the Linxura Smart Controller, an innovative, compact and portable controller to effortlessly take charge of all your smart devices.

The controller is 3.5 inches in diameter and fits in the palm of your hand to operate all your smart home devices with the click of a button. No longer do you have to grab your smartphone and the needed app to change a device’s setting. Linxura states the Smart Controller allows more than 50 smart home devices to be configured, including those controlled by Alexa, Google Home and through IFTTT. The portability allows it to be used anywhere around the house, taking control of your smart home in the kitchen, on the couch and even in bed.

The Linxura Smart Controller and it’s accompanying mobile app (iPhone and Android), combine to simplify smart home controls. In the center of the round Linxura is an e-paper screen showing four devices that can be controlled with a click wheel. Other devices and functions can be customized to your preference.

For example, you can click once to turn a device on, twice to turn it off, and click and hold to enable the wheel to adjust different smart device functions such as brightness, temperature, volume, channel, etc. It’s easy to add custom one-button presses to control multiple devices at once, or if you want to fully automate settings on a specific schedule. Different settings can be customized and set for evening ambience and then change for the morning.

The battery lasts up to three months on a single charge. And if you misplace the Linxura Smart Controller, use the “Find My Controller” feature on the Linxura app to locate it.

www.linxura.com. $99.99, available in color choices of midnight onyx, snow pearl or sterling moon

The Nimo 1 Core compact computer and Nimo operating system (Nimo OS), along with the new partnership with Rokid Max glasses, combine to bring a personalized, multi-screen expansive workspace experience to today’s hybrid workforce.

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Nimo Planet Inc. has announced a partnership with Rokid Max glasses to enhance spatial productivity experience. The newly launched Nimo 1 Core and Nimo 1 OS enable spatial workplace system that can fit in a pocket.

The Nimo 1 Core compact computer and Nimo operating system (Nimo OS), along with the new partnership with Rokid Max glasses, combine to bring a personalized, multi-screen expansive workspace experience to today’s hybrid workforce.

In partnership with Nimo Planet and Rokid, they allow users to pair Rokid Max with the Nimo Core for an unparalleled spatial productivity experience. They combine to enhance consumer choice but also underscore Nimo’s commitment to providing a diverse range of Spatial Computing services, without compromising the quality of the Nimo OS. One of the many uses of the system will allow working on a private multi-screen workspace during a flight without worrying about other passengers seeing the screens or space limitations.

The compact Nimo 1 Core, (2.4-by-1.6-by-0.90-inches) is about the size of a true wireless earbud case, and lists the specifications as a Qualcomm XR2 8 Core CPU, Bluetooth 5.1, Wifi 6, 8GB of RAM, and 128 GB of storage.

Rokid Max smart glasses display 1920-by-1080 pixel RGB per eye, 120 Hz refresh rate, six levels of brightness control, volume control, two HD directional speakers, and AI voice control.

Nimo Planet envisions a system in the future where users can choose their preferred AR glasses while using seamless Nimo OS experience and powerful computing capabilities of the Nimo Core.

Consumers can pre-order the Nimo Core limited edition and the Rokid Max glasses for $799, which is expected to ship in six to eight months. The Limited Edition offers the option to have a user’s name engrave on the Core, with a brown metallic finish, and free shipping. This is limited to the first 1,000 customers.

www.nimoplanet.com

Contact Gregg Ellman at greggellman@mac.com. Follow him on Twitter @greggellman.
©2024 Gregg Ellman. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.





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