Today, we talk Bluetooth gloves and a headband that makes your slumber on the plane more comfortable.
On this episode of GeekBeat, we check out Gloves that let you work your touchscreen, and other gloves that give you a Bluetooth link to your phone! Also, United is beginning to offer Internet on overseas flights, and a headband that will help you sleep more comfortably on a plane.
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Keeping your fingers warm while working a touchscreen phone or tablet can be tricky. Moshi Digits are gloves with conductive fibers in all five fingertips, so you can do all the multi-touch controlling you would bare-handed.
And working your touchscreen isn't the only geeky thing you can do while wearing gloves! Hi-Call Bluetooth gloves put a speaker on your thumb and a microphone on your pinky. Hold you hand up to your head like it's a phone and start talking.
In-flight Internet over oceans can be rare, but United is working to change that, as they became the first US-based airline to begin offering Internet on overseas flights.