Yes, it is true, this is a vinyl record player; however, it also has a bit of a twist. It is fully kitted and completely configured in order to be connected to modern entertainment setups and computers. It even has a small PC port on the back of it, which allows it to be connected directly to a PC via USB. Moreover, it comes with line-in and aux connection capabilities, making it compatible with any form of home theater or media setup that you might have. While all this s going on, it is also able provide top-notch record playing capabilities and actually excels at doing so.
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.
HTC is upping its virtual reality game. The new Vive Pro will offer enhanced resolution, integrated headphones and, perhaps most important, a new wireless adaptor that will let you finally roam virtual worlds untethered.
In a nice change from all the army of smart devices which expect you to make conversation, this Wi-Fi/Bluetooth-connected motion sensor recognizes gestures to control the troops. But if you like the choice between waving and chatting, the company will also be offering a Bixi 2 with voice support.
This small-format portable charger can charge your iPhone 6s up to five times over. It’s light, can fit in your pocket, and can charge with a speed of up to 3 amps. The battery will be delivered to you in a handy travel pouch alongisde a Micro USB cable.
If there’s one high-tech weapon we’ve always wanted, it’s a laser. They’re always burning through doors or threatening to cut people in half as part of complicated deathtraps, and they just look so damn cool. Amazingly, laser weaponry has advanced to a point where it’s being used for law enforcement, and even though you’re not likely to cleanly sever an assailant’s arm with one, you can still employ it for self-defense.
This wireless Bluetooth beanie hat answers the constant question, “Do you know where my phone is?” With 18 hours of standby time and a range of 33 feet, all that is needed is this beanie hat. With the ability to answer the phone and skip music, coupled with its Bluetooth capability, you can do everything without a phone in hand. Nonetheless, you can even throw it in the laundry as long as the actual set is taken out. Who needs a phone with this all-in-one wearable tech solution?
Perfecting your golf swing takes years and years of practice, dedication and hard work. But with the Zepp Golf 3D Swing Analyzer, you’ll be closer to perfecting your drives in no-time! If you’re an analytics-driven guy, this little device (and its app) is the perfect gadget for you. It simply attaches to the back of your glove, and it wirelessly sends data to your smartphone. It tracks your swing with various metrics such as club head speed, swing plane, hand path, tempo, backswing position, hip rotation and more. It even pops out a swing score each time so that you can work on your golf game. Then, you can even compare your swing directly to PGA Tour Pros via video. It also works to analyze your baseball swing and other similar motions.
Rid Yourself Of The Frustration Of Packing… You pack your suitcase to go on a trip and when you arrive you wonder, should I unpack and put my clothes in these dresser drawers? Who used them last and what did they have in them? Did the cleaning staff really clean…
These bands for your wrists and ankles use accelerometers and an app to coach you to develop more graceful movement. That’s neat in itself, but their ability to approximate full-body motion makes me think they’d be a great start for a consumer motion-capture system. That’s just how I roll.
Skully Technologies launched an ill-fated Indiegogo campaign in 2016, raising nearly $2.5 million in preorders for a helmet with AR features, and then folding. Backers of that campaign will soon receive the Fenix AR — a helmet with a rear-view camera that displays a 180-degree view on a transparent display. It supports turn-by-turn navigation and (when connected to a phone via Bluetooth) voice commands, making phone calls and playing music.
When we reviewed the Razer Phone, we were impressed by the screen’s deep blacks. Now we know why it can go so dim: the Razer Phone was secretly designed to play Netflix in HDR. The companies announced that the phone will be the first phone to do so, and with Dolby 5.1 surround sound, too — lest you forget that the Razer Phone is a Dolby-certified device with crazy-loud speakers.
Smacircle, based in Shenzhen, China, claims it’s built the world’s most compact and lightweight foldable eBike. Weighing in at roughly 15 pounds (6.8 kg), the bike can be folded into a small backpack and locked using your phone.
Toto’s marble-covered bathtub has lots of integrated tech — but what separates it from the rest is its ability to simulate the feeling of floating in space. A series of integrated jets lift your feet off the floor of the tub and the surrounding LED lights add the perfect interstellar ambiance.
Whether you’re playing games, watching youtube videos, or listening to music, the speakers built into your desktop computer just won’t cut it. Thankfully there are some great desktop computer speakers out there to really great quality sound. Here is a out list for seven of the best. #1. Audioengine A2+ Black (Pr.) 2-way Powered […]
The RIF6 Cube is an incredible little gadget that allows you to project your mobile phone with a 120″ display. Simply connect your smartphone to the cube, and you’re able to view Netflix, YouTube videos, games, pictures and more right on a nearby wall. Its size and weight make it perfect for travel, and it’s also great for presentations as well. It’s also great at home if you don’t want to tethered to the living room for your TV watching. And, it’s surprisingly bright for its size.