Global Ionics, in addition to their plaque repelling ionic toothbrush, is introducing their latest product – the ionic spoon that enhances taste. In a generation of foodies, it’s an awful thought to lose your sense of taste. And it’s not that uncommon, with drugs, chemotherapy and age all playing havoc on our ability to use our tastebuds.
Unlike competitors (in fact, I don’t believe there are any), there are sensors built into this vibrator that record a data log of the user’s sexual session. And it’s data that can be interpreted as “Nothing happening yet” to “OMG… Yes, Yes, and YES!”
Cleer shows us three new products coming out in September of 2017: Edge Pulse sports earbuds with heartrate monitor, Alexa BT speakers, and Next audiophile headphones.
They’re IPX5 water resistant, so just wash them under running water when you’re done working out.
In addition to 6 hours of battery life, the case can charge the Epic Air 5 more times (for 30 total hours of playback) – or acts like a power bank to charge your phone.
Spider Holster presents their latest accessories and shows us a glimpse of several prototypes including their SpiderLight Backpacker and SpiderPro Straps.
Jabra’s Evolve 75 bluetooth wireless headset for the office comes with swivel boom mic and active noise cancellation. With 15 hours of battery life and Skype certification, I think my favorite part of this headset is the “Do Not Disturb” light!
Polaroid’s sleek new IP camera allows you to see – then hold conversation with whoever’s at the front door.
Epson’s product showcase in NY featured a plethoria of technologies not normally associated with the brand, including AR (augmented Reality) glasses, GPS products, high quality projector technology and of course printers.
MSI’s powerful VR gaming laptop is here, with the GS63VR on display. Need a powerhouse desktop replacement? They’ve got that covered too with the WT73VR – ISV certified
No more fumbling with button controls with Fiil’s new Canviis – the headphone housing is touch sensitive, with your finger swipes controlling the volume as well as the next/previous song selection.