Articles about CES 2014

Razer Nabu Goes On Sale December 2nd
It has nearly been a year since we first saw the Razer Nabu. Back at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 the company unveiled the Nabu, a smartband. The device is different from its rivals because it has been designed to offer the best of both worlds, a fitness tracker that’s also capable of hooking up with a smartphone to provide notifications and what now. Its heading to North America, interested customers will […]

Alleged Sony Xperia Z4 Touch Digitizer Photos Leaked
So it would seem that the rumors regarding the Sony Xperia Z4 are starting to heat up. Given Sony’s habit for announcing new phones early in the year, we can only assume that this will not change with the company’s next flagship handset. In fact Sony recently confirmed they would be hosting a press conference during CES 2015 in which we can only assume that the Xperia Z4 will be […]

Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector U.S. Release Confirmed
Back at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in January Sony showed off many new product. One such product was the 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector. In simple words it can be defined as a projector that can transform any wall into a 4K screen. It can be placed right next to a wall instead of behind the viewers head, so no more shadows when someone cross in front, we can thank […]

Best of CES 2014 Ubergizmo Awards
Last week, we gave 10 Best of CES awards, and the physical trophies have already been delivered, but as a last look back on CES 2014, here’s the list for the record, and why we like those products or technologies. Here they are, in no particular order and see you next year for another crazy week in Las Vegas. Drop a comment to let us know what your favorite CES […]


Dive Is The $89 Alternative To The Oculus Rift
We’re sure there are some of you guys out there who would love to get in on the Oculus Rift action. After all based on what we know and what we’ve seen, it is indeed a cool piece of technology. Unfortunately it is not available commercially at the moment, meaning that if you wanted to get your hands on one, you’d have to fork out $300 for its development kit, […]

The Matias SecurePro Keyboard Comes With 128-bit AES Encryption
With all the reports of the NSA listening in on our calls, reading our emails, and just generally spying on us, we’re sure there are some out there who are starting to get a bit paranoid and want to secure their information anyway they can. Well if that is the case, does an encrypted keyboard sound like something you might be interested in? If so, Matias has a new keyboard […]

Bens Electric cPot Cloud Intelligent Cooking Appliance
[CES 2014] Having plenty of high tech products introduced every single year, it is no surprise then to see an evolutionary process in some home appliances from time to time. I guess it is safe to say that more and more people are getting extremely busy while they are at work, as well as having unprecedented demands at home. This is why the smarter a particular appliance can get, the […]

WiTricity Charges iPhone Sans Wires
[CES 2014] We have already moved on forward in a clear manner when it comes to wireless connectivity. Go to any decent restaurant or cafe, and apart from serving up good food, another prerequisite would be the presence of Wi-Fi connectivity. Well, wireless charging has yet to catch on in a big way at this point in time, but there are efforts being made to make sure that the tide […]

Audi Demonstrates Qi Wireless Charging At CES 2014
[CES 2014] At every edition of CES, you can be sure that there will also be an area that showcases vehicles as well as the different kinds of technology that has been incorporated within, or in this particular case of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), from without. We are referring to how German automaker Audi has been demonstrating Qi wireless charging capability at this year’s edition of CES. This would […]

Mushkin Unveils FrostByte Heatsink For Blackline And Redline Memory Modules
[CES 2014] Mushkin has just announced the release of their refreshed FrostByte heatsink for the Blackline as well as Redline memory modules, and you know for sure that these are chock-full of quality. Specially cut from aircraft-grade aluminum, the FrostByte would be the newest model of durability and functionality. It will make use of the spanking new vortex thermal design that will dissipate and control accumulated heat all the while […]

TP-LINK AC1750 Enterprise Dual Band WiFi Access Point
[CES 2014] TP-LINK has recently announced their brand new AC1750 Enterprise Dual Band WiFi Access Point with Power over Ethernet (PoE), which is the EAP320. Well, those are certainly plenty of letters and numbers to think about, so this is one of the moments where one would definitely prefer a proper naming convention. This particular Access Point (AP) from TP-LINK will support the latest 802.11ac standard, which provides up to […]

Sony Ultra Short Throw Projector: Hands-On
In a corner of Sony’s CES Booth, the company was demonstrating inspirational home electronics like a huge 147-inch projected 4K image, a projected table computer, or innocuous display art on the wall. While everything was interesting, the star of the show was this ultra short throw projector that can project a very nice 147 inch image on a nearby wall, from a distance of about 1 or 2 feet.

Finsix Debuts Laptop Charger Small Enough To Slip Into Your Pocket
Laptop chargers, safe to say, aren’t exactly “portable” in the sense of the word. They tend to be bulky and in some cases, have pretty huge power bricks which means that you will need to bring a bag with you if you want to carry around your laptop and your charger at the same time. However wouldn’t it be cool if your laptop charger was small enough to slip into […]

6.8-inch Hisense X1 Blurs The Line Between Smartphone And Tablet
We have to admit that phones with larger displays are indeed more pleasant to watch videos with and to surface the net with, but at what point do we draw the line and say that’s too big for a phone? Sony attempted to push the limits with the Xperia Z Ultra which featured a massive 6.44” display, but it looks like Hisense is hoping to top that as they have […]

Archos' Smartwatch To Be Sold For $50
Smartwatches are definitely the gadget to keep an eye on for 2014. We have heard the rumors that many companies, such as Apple, could debut smartwatches later on in the year, and during CES 2014, companies such as Archos have unveiled their own offering in the form of a smartwatch that is expected to give devices like the Pebble smartwatch a run for its money. Now if there was any […]

Huawei Debuts Tron Android-Powered Gaming Console
Android-based consoles are not such a bad idea. With Android being open sourced and with plenty of apps available, it would seem as though manufacturers would have not only the platform that they can tweak to their liking, but also a plethora of games that gamers can choose from. Kickstarter-backed OUYA is probably one of the more successful Android consoles to date, but oddly enough things have quietened down and […]

OKIDOKEYS New Smart Locks And Keys
[CES 2014] There are already a number of solutions out there that leverage technology to modernise the traditional lock and key. For example, there’s Lockitron, which basically turns a smartphone into a door key. Using the Lockitron self-install kits and a free app, doors can be locked and unlocked automatically from anywhere in the world. A similar solution by OKIDOKEYS has been announced on Sunday at CES 2014. The new […]

Epson Pulsense Line Announced
[CES 2014] Fitness products seem to be catching on these days, and some companies would definitely want to jump aboard the bandwagon so that they will not miss any opportunity should the gravy train pull ahead without them. Epson has looked into the world of fitness devices, where they have announced its Pulsense range of watches and wristbands for fitness, health, and wellness monitoring. The Pulsense would be worn on […]

LaCie Culbuto USB Key Looks Very Different From The Norm
[CES 2014] LaCie has come up with an extremely interesting design for a USB key, where it is known as the LaCie Culbuto. This particular USB key will definitely stand out from the rest, where it has been designed by French designer Constance Guisset. For those who are not Francophiles, Culbuto happens to be French for a toy that has a weighted base which will ensure that the object remains […]

ZTE Eco-Mobius Prototype Spotted
[CES 2014] ZTE has come up with its fair share of devices in the past, especially smartphones and to a certain extent, tablets, but what they have done with this proof-of-concept known as the ZTE Eco-Mobius is equally interesting, or perhaps even more so. While this particular concept does look interesting on the CES showfloor, it does not seem as though ZTE has any intent to fully commit themselves to […]