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.
Fidget-Tech is taking fidget spinning to the next level for techies with audio and USB splitters, embedded USB flash drives (USB-C and 3.0 from 4GB to 64GB) and grips for propping spinners to phones.
MSI has put together a portable Virtual Reality system that integrates a powerful laptop with comfortable backpack straps and a rechargable battery system.
The upgraded Jabra Elite Sport has 4.5 hours of battery life and built in biometric monitors including heart-rate.
A large consumer electronics show in New York. Interesting products include STEM robots and even pleasure devices for women.
The HyperX Alloy FPS is an excellent gaming keyboard with:
– 8 extra gaming keys
– Cherry MX keys (choice of Brown, Red or Blue)
– Full N-Key Roll Over
– 6 Lighting presets
– No key jamming
– 1000Hz polling
– Extremely affordable for a mechanical keyboard, $100 at time of review!
In this episode: Nokia 6 (available July 10, 2017) – it’s got faster download capability than Spectrum landline!