4 cheap tech gadgets to make your life easier

Technology is not known for being inexpensive.  Smartphones, 4K TVs, and computers can cost you an arm and a leg!

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But, not everything tech related has to set you back financially!! Here are 4 examples of affordable gadgets that can make your life easier.

#1 – Wyze Cam Wireless Smart Home Camera

$37.49 on Amazon

Security cameras and security systems aren’t nearly as expensive as they used to be.  They still can be, but if all you want is a camera to monitor in, or outside your house, this unit is for you.

The WyzeCam delivers fast, clear, live stream footage direct to your smartphone, day or night. With motion and sound detection, you’ll receive alerts anytime your WyzeCam detects anything, and view up to 14 days of saved alert videos for free – no monthly fees or subscription required.  Plus, use 2-way audio to talk and listen through your Cam.

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This cam can only operate in temps above freezing, so either use it outside only during the warm months, or position it inside to monitor the inside, or outside of your home.

#2 – CoolKo Head Up Display

$25.90 on Amazon

If you frequently use GPS navigation in your car to get around, or if you’ve always wanted to feel like you’re flying a jet fighter, then you should pick this bad boy up!

The CoolKo Smartphone HUD Holder reflects and projects navigation information (with apps that have a heads up mode) onto a panel clearly in front of your eyesight. The unit is also designed as a phone holder. The image reflector has two slits, which your phone slides through and holds it nice and steady.

#3 – iHere Key Finder

$18 on Amazon

It’s called a key finder, but really you could use it with anything you don’t want to lose!

Find your lost items in just seconds, either by listening for the loud beep, or by using it’s mobile app, which can track the signal up to 22 meters away. This key finder is also rechargeable and keeps it’s charge for up to 45 days.

#4 – Echo Auto

$24.99 on U.S. Amazon

This Alexa enabled device hasn’t officially been released in Canada yet, but if you know what you’re doing, it’s still something you can purchase (through Amazon.com) and use in this country.

Echo Auto connects to Alexa using your phone, is ready in seconds, and plays through your car speakers.  Use your voice to play music, check the news, open the garage door, find the nearest gas station, and more. Play audio books, stream podcasts, or listen to Music. Make calls, set reminders, add items to your shopping and to-do lists, or manage your calendar. Ask for directions and Alexa connects to supported apps like Google Maps and Apple Maps.

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