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Razer, the world leader in high performance gaming hardware, introduces the Razer Blade – a full aluminum chassis gaming laptop featuring true portability, incredible performance, and an all-new revolutionary user interface. With the introduction of the Razer Blade – a feat of modern-day systems engineering and technology, Razer is reinvigorating technological and design innovation for the entire PC industry, and gamers and developers to return to the PC as the primary gaming platform of choice.
Garmin could leave Apple in the dust with this one. The Forerunner music watch, with storage for 500 songs, also supports GPS, Garmin Pay and has physical buttons instead of a touchscreen — which may be preferable for those on the move.
The G-Drive is a fast, portable, and easy-to-use storage solution that is perfect for the busy professional. With a transfer rate of 400MB per second, the G-Drive is faster (read: more convenient) than your typical flash- or thumb-drive. Plus, unlike similar products on the market, the G-Drive is compatible with both Windows and Mac, making it a handy tool for those who work with a number of different hardware types. Th G-Drive comes with all necessary cables, plus a three-year limited warranty.
There are plenty of satnavs out there and one of the market leaders, Garmin, has a great one. The nuviCam is a two-in-one satnav. In addition to the usual easy-to-read maps and clear directions that you’d expect, it also comes with a built-in dash-cam that automatically records if your car is involved in an incident. The device also comes with two great safety features, a lane departure warning – so if you’re driving and drift out of your lane you’ll quickly be alerted, and forward collision warning notifications so if you get too close to a car in front you’ll know about it too. You can even use the Bluetooth enabled device to connect to your Smartphone so you can talk safely. We say, two-in-one? It’s actually more like a five in one.
All desk jockeys do it, particularly as the day wears on. Your shoulders slump a little at first, then the next thing you know you’re in an all-out slouch. Back pain sets in to really ruin your day. Just place Lumo’s little sensor on the back of your shirt. It will vibrate when you begin to slouch, sort of like a gentle tap on the shoulder to remind you to straighten up.
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Aside from checking out the newest pro-level gear in areas like DJing, speakers, and headphones, there were two categories that caught my attention at NAMM. They were products that tackled music education and gadgets that were third-party add-ons for instruments and hardware people already own.
We’ve seen this concept before, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive. It’s an HD projector that can supplement your game display by filling your walls with action as you play. It’s still just a prototype, but a girl can dream.
Nintendo’s iconic grey-and-purple Super Nintendo gaming machine made a huge comeback in 2017. The SNES Classic comes loaded with 21 retro titles, including Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Donkey Kong Country, and a previously unreleased Star Fox game. Everything from the games themselves to the way the controllers feel in your hands are exactly as you would remember from the 1990s. Catering to players’ nostalgia has seemingly paid off: the SNES Classic was the second best-selling video game console during the month of October, according to research firm NPD, and it’s been nearly impossible to find since its September launch.
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.
The iPhone is one of the truly great gadgets of our time, so of course it has spawned myriad support gadgets. Some are great in themselves, some quite remarkably, improve the iPhone, and some are just fun and a little silly. All are brilliant, of course.