Logitech’s gaming division is outing their latest wireless peripherals using their Lightspeed technology for super fast response rates.
The “Training Edition” of the classic Backbeat FIT now includes an app infused with training experience gathered from real trainers and ex-Olympians for a fraction of the cost of hiring a trainer at a gym. The cost? A paltry $129.
BenQ has a reputation of offering great value for money in consumer electronics space. They’re doing it again with the MH530FHD, BenQ’s home entertainment projector that’s characterized by the last three letters -FHD- Full High-Definition, which means yes, 1080p!
Jaybirds newest line of wireless earbuds include the new Run, which is fully wireless on Bluetooth and operates for 4 hours per charge. The case itself can charge the earbuds two times for a total of 12 hours, and just because you have two buds doesn’t mean you have to use both at the same time.
Why go to the movies when they movies can come to you? Royole’s Moon is a video headset with dual 1080p screens (one per eye) and Active Noise Cancellation in the headphones.
If you’re running out of space because of all the pictures and videos on your smartphone or tablet, Kingston’s got you covered with their DataTraveler series of storage accessories.
The Epic Executive is JLab Audio’s newest pair of ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) wireless bluetooth earbuds that you can also used wired with the included cable. Battery life varies depending if ANC is on or off.
The New Bebop 2 Power offers up to 60 minutes of flying time with the 2 included batteries. The Mambo FPV is a smaller drone with an easy setting for beginners to expert setting for racers.
Specially designed to monitor your skin, this “smart mirror” combines hardware and software to help you figure out how to improve its daily condition. From a hardware perspective, it’s basically a camera mounted on a tablet with facial recognition software. The real magic however, is in the analysis that measures parameters such as clarity, texture, firmness, brightness and healthiness. By analyzing your skin daily with pictures, the software can advise you on areas that need improvement and also those that are improving.
Don’t let the word “router” fool you; it’s so much more than that. Norton Symantec is well known for their antivirus and malware protection, but here they’ve produced a piece of hardware they call the “Core”, a Wi-Fi router that marries that knowledge to the hardware for home use.