[CES 2015] When it comes to gaming machines, Alienware is a name that is worth checking out if you do not want to have any kind of compromise. This time around, Dell’s Alienware has revealed the presence of the Alienware 15 And 17 Windows-powered laptops, where regardless of which particular model that you decide to pick up, both of them will sport the latest gaming technologies – and this would […]
Accessing the car’s center console is always a bit of a stretch for passengers in the rear. Its hard for them to even tweak the radio, some car makers do offer features through screens in the headrests, but BMW has thought out of the box for its new Touch Command feature. The company says that Touch Command is “perfectly tailored” for passengers in the rear.
[CES 2015] Where tablets are concerned, there are dime a dozen models out there in the market. The thing is, which particular model would you pick from to suit your needs? That can be a very difficult question to answer, depending on your needs. However, here we are with the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series which was first unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in September 2015, where one […]
[CES 2015] Listen up! If you happen to be an avid shutterbug and make use of of Olympus WiFi cameras, then you ought to be pleased as punch to know that you can capture photos using your WiFi-enabled cameras, only to have those very same photos available on your mobile device so that you can perform other functions such as editing, organizing and sharing and synchronizing them via Eyefi Cloud […]
Bang & Olufsen is coming to CES with BeoSound Moment, an intelligent wireless music system that can play audio files and connect to online music services. The company claims that Beosound Moment is the world’s first touch-sensitive wood interface. Bang & Olufsen has a reputation to push the envelope in terms of design and I am very curious to try the intriguing touch-sensitive wood interface. In a sea of plastic […]
Lots of companies are selling smart light bulbs which can be controlled via applications but most of them happen to cost well over $100. This is where Misfit, a company that’s generally known for its wearable devices, saw an opportunity. At the International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 the company unveiled Misfit Bolt, a smart light bulb that’s light on the pocket.
[CES 2015] HTC did experience a dip in its corporate performance not too long ago, and thankfully, it looks as though the worst is over. Having said that, we have seen how HTC intends to cater to the mid-range market – which more often than not, is a lucrative one if you hit it right, taking into consideration how a strong middle class will be able to let companies sell […]
[CES 2015] It was exactly one year ago when Razer debuted their Razer Nabu, being an entrant to the smartband market. Well, now that a dozen months have passed, gaming peripherals specialist Razer has come up with the sequel, so to speak, of the Razer Nabu X, which would be an entry level smartband complete with notification features, the ability to keep track of your fitness, as well as social […]
For the past couple of years Google has been trying very hard to establish its foothold in the living room. When Google TV failed to take off the company went back to the drawing board. Last year it announced Android TV, a completely new platform that focuses on apps and services as well as gaming. Nexus Player is the first device powered by this platform and at the Consumer Electronics […]
Back in October 2014 Fitbit unveiled a new lineup of products that will take it forward in 2015. It announced the Charge, Charge HR and the Surge. Out of these three products only the $130 Charge was released over the holiday season last year. Customers have had to wait for the other two products, and today that wait ends. Fitbit has finally started shipping the Charge HR and Surge.
At the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in Las Vegas Sennheiser has introduced the second generation Momentum headphones. These headphones promise minimalist style, great performance in a package crafted from “finest, luxurious materials.” The second-generation brings Momentum On-Ear and for the first time this range from Sennheiser now has a wireless model.
Kodak has had to adapt to the rapidly changing industry. It was once a behemoth in its own right but not anymore, primarily because new technologies have emerged which have taken the place of its products. The company is back with something it hopes will appeal to customers who value quality imaging. At CES 2015 the Kodak IM5 smartphone, built in collaboration with the Bullitt Group, has been announced.
If you have been wondering whether any cool projectors packed with features have been unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show, look no further. The ZTE Spro 2 has been announced by this Chinese company, which claims to be the fourth largest smartphone manufacturer in the U.S., it calls the Spro 2 the “next generation smart projector.” This touchscreen touting projector runs Android and providers users with full access to […]
I saw the Grush gaming toothbrush a few months ago when it was an early stage prototype, and I am happy to see it launching at CES. The main gaol of Grsuh is to make the brushing a fun experience rather than a chore. Most kids hate brushing their teeth and Grush promises to make them love it.Like any wearable device, Grush feature motion-sensing technology that detects the toothbrush motion during […]