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One of the coolest booths at the Consumer Electronics Show has to be the LG booth. It’s packed with mind-blowing new gadgets, appliances that are super-smart and connected, and TVs that are unbelieveably realistic. Plus a few handy gadgets too.
It’s one thing to hear about new technology, and another to see it, feel it and watch it in action right before your eyes. I had a chance to experience several new items from the Samsung product line, months before they’ll hit store shelves. Read to see what’s new, and headed to consumers for the future, as well as what’s shipping right now.
Upgrades for the Gear S2 smart watch! New TVs! A smart fridge with cameras that orders food for you! That’s not even the full list of what Samsung announced at the Consumer Electronics Show today. Wait till you see what else they rolled out.
From the floor at CES – Just when you thought new TVs were already like little slices of reality in a flat-pack box, LG is out of the gate with TV that’s better than 4K or UHD. See what they anounced at the Consumer Electronics Show today; a Super Ultra HD TV that’s just 6.6mm thick!
Last year’s comsumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas added a wealth of TV and Home Theatre technology to our world. As this year’s CES 2016 gets underway, let’s take a look back at some of last year’s announcements and technological leaps, and what you can get your hands on today.
What makes a great TV, well … great? It may seem hard to quantify what contributes to a really good video-watching experience, since “the screen just looks cool!” is what many people say when asked to explain what’s so awesome about their new TV. But there are several new and “new-ish” features on today’s flat screen TVs that contribute to that feeling of awe you get standing in front of a brand new screen. Click to take a look.
Some cool new technology is promising to improve the way music sounds in your home. Sonos’ new Trueplay technology will allow you to hear music as your favourite artist meant it to be heard, by allowing your speakers to be perfectly calibrated for any room they’re used in.
You’re probably reading this headline and wondering what the heck a brain sensing headband is for… and why you’d need one. Muse is a device that promises not just to help you relax, but it gives you meaningful feedback and results on whether you are truly relaxed and calm. Just by wearing this space-age, Star Trek-looking device for a few minutes a day is supposed to help keep you calm. Can a headband really help relax your brain? Read the review to see the surprising experience I had with Muse.
Keeping your home safe and secure has never been easier or more convienient than it is today. It used to be you needed to purchase an expensive system, hire a pricey installation team, and they’d take all day to wire your house. No more. Cameras are now small, sleek, and blend in to any home’s decor; like the Netatmo Welcome Camera with facial recognition. Netatmo makes a popular and well-liked Weather Station, but does the camera measure up to the company’s reputation? Find out.