Did you know that it costs $250 to fix your Apple Watch? Not only that, imagine the costs for fixing your iPhone, iPad and even Airpods? Catalyst pre-emptively works to protect expensive Apple products from accidental damage with their military grade, waterproof cases.
Category: Latest Reveals
The new HyperX Cloud Alpha gaming headset uses an interesting two chamber design separating high and low frequencies for great sounding audio. So how does it work? Find out as the HyperX team shows us a cutaway section of the headset.
Essential’s lead designer talks about the new PH-1 smart phone and the why they did the “notch” around the camera.
This is Escort’s latest radar detector with advanced noise filter to block out false positives. It’s updated with all current radar signals used on the road today.
Jump start your car, truck, or anything (civilian) on the road with this powerful 400 amp (600 amp peak) waterproof and UL certified powerpack.
Nasty weather outside? Not a problem, you can forget about the jumper cables and instead, jump start your car via the cigarette lighter plug. Not only that, but this amazing charger lets you charge multiple USB devices via its 3 amp outputs.
The Oomi Smarthome starter kit can control just about anything using their master touch controller.
Great for business travelers, Enblue’s light-weight and portable Smartoo “smart desk” attaches to your suitcase so you can comfortably use your laptop and charge your phone/tablet while waiting for your flight.
It’s all about portability with BumpOut speakers. They’re Bluetooth enabled and can attach itself to any smartphone using a specially designed clipping system.
Focal is presenting their headphone products from their flagship Utopia headphones (developed and made in France), to their Spark and Spark Wireless mobile earbuds. Also on display are their new “Listen” BT wireless headphones, and a sneak peek at their Limited Edition Utopia headphones made in collaboration with Tournaire, a famous French jeweller.
SureShotHD brings you Big Buck Hunter Pro, a shoot’em up type video game that reminds me of playing Duck Hunt on the original NES. Other than arcade coin-op games like “House of the Dead” and “Terminator 2”, there are no game systems on the home market (that I know of) offering a shoot’em type interface with a weapon that you can point at the screen.