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Say goodbye to cable. With a 60-mile range, the Smartenna+ will pick up the signal and then optimize your reception automatically. It works with the new Stream+, which features dual tuners, Android TV support and a free channel guide — all without a subscription.
In 2017, the cinema camera making company RED announced it was working a smartphone with a holographic screen. Consumers were unsure what this meant until September 2017. Essentially, the phone would provide a 3D viewing experience on screen, projecting things like buildings and landscapes in an interactive map. A user could essentially take a virtual tour via the phone screen, looking around, above, behind, or in-between various objects.
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The Bluetooth headphone that could finally get audiophiles to cut the cord. Beyerdynamic’s Amiron wireless headphone is articulate, with excellent clarity and bass definition, and superior to the company’s on-ear Aventho Wireless — a great Bluetooth headphone in its own right.
Anaheim’s National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show featured plenty of traditional instruments, but as always, there was also a lot of cool music tech. From pro DJ hardware to gadgets that upgrade the instruments you already own to innovative music education tools and apps, NAMM showed that now, more than ever, the worlds of music and tech are intersecting in interesting ways.
The Ultimate Rubber Band Shooter Did you use to shoot rubber bands off your finger back in grade school? Are you and your office mates in a full out office war and you need the best come back? Then you are going to want this rubber band machine gun from XYZbot. It is…
The officially licensed Tetris alarm clock! Tetris fans are going to go absolutely nuts over this officially licensed Tetris themed alarm clock. It’s not since the original release of the now infamous game in 1984 that we’ve been so excited by a Tetris related product…
And I’ll wrap it up with this. Because between the giant racing exoskeleton and this showcasemobile from the luxury RV-outfitter — equipped with a hot tub, helipad and automatic seat-lifting toilet (with 2 modes for…figure it out) — I declare that Furrion wins CES 2017.
The best way to play N64 games on your PC! Sure you can play any Nintendo 64 game you want on your PC with an emulator but it’s just not quite the same without the old school Nintendo 64 controller. Some people said it was the best controller of all time, others said…
Chinese gadget manufacturers are constantly closing the gap between big brand technology firms. Matching them in component quality, device speed, and quality of materials. You can look at a lot of Chinese electronics as copies. Another way to see it is that they are learning and catching up with how to produce the best electronics gadgets and quality devices.
One of the big problems with the current state of the VR art is that it really doesn’t fully engage your senses. But how do you get haptic feedback for your tootsies? Taclim’s tackling that with prototype VR shoes that will let you feel it as you’re virtually tiptoeing through the tulips and wading on the shore.
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Make Espressos Anywhere, Anytime If you love great coffee and spend a lot of time in your car, then you need the Handpresso. With this easy to use portable espresso machine, you can enjoy a gourmet cup of espresso almost anywhere. Efficient Pods The Handpresso works…
Great car features start out as quirky ideas, ones you might easily dismiss before you realize their genius. Here’s a rundown of vehicle tech from startups and suppliers that caught our attention — and our best guess on whether the products will make it into cars.
All of the upsides of a high-end gaming rig without the cost or technical requirements of actually owning one. That’s the promise of the Shadow — a high-end Windows PC remotely accessible from any computer, phone or tablet for about $35 per month (about £25 or AU$45).
The invisible ink pen with UV light. Get your spy on and write some secret coded messages that nobody will be able to read without a UV light with this badass invisible ink pen. It’s dead easy to use. To use the device just write your secret message on a piece of…
The only USB stick for a transformers fan. If you are a Transformers fan then it’s time to ditch your boring old USB drive and upgrade to something with a bit more character… like this Transformers USB stick for example! This clever USB stick transforms from a flash…
Well, the tech world is rife with choice paralysis. For every phone, TV or tablet there’s a mind-boggling amount of options, which can make the process of buying a new piece of tech far less enjoyable than it should be.
Coffee makes me poop mug is just something else. Unique shape and design to it, a great conversation starter. Cheap, cool and ofcourse unusual, Suitable as a gift for coffee lovers or coffee haters. Get it so you can laugh about it with your friends and family! As it is something funny to look at, especially someone drinking from it.
The Tello drone, made in partnership with DJI, Intel, is $100 and wicked smart. Not only can it take off from your hand, and then return right to your palm, but you can control it via gaming controller connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth. It includes soft flexible propellers with guards, and a collision detection system to help you avoid disaster. Plus if you take your hands off the controls Tello will just hover until you come back. Naturally, it has an HD camera and can do all sort of acrobatic tricks.
Hey, this Flux Capacitor worked wonders with a DeLorean, so imagine what it could do for your hunk of junk. This replica is true to the version used in the film, Back to the Future, and it even lights up with the flick of a switch — just don’t expect to get anything but tickets when you drive 88 mph. $205.99 – Urban Collector
Lego and robots go together like chocolate and peanut butter. In a move that’s bound to thrill kids of all ages, the Danish toymaker is offering a set of motors and programmable bricks that can work with existing Lego kits and turn them into motorized or motion-sensitive toys. Plus, its app can record voice effects to really bring your Lego Batman to life.