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Equipped with a 120 kW e-motor, Hyundai estimates the Nexo’s prototype fuel cell powertrain, bolstered by three 700-bar hydrogen tanks and a 1.56 kWh lithium-ion battery, will get more than 350 miles per fill-up. Plus, the only emission it leaves behind is water vapor. We drove one here to Vegas — hit the Read More link to find out more.

Robots are everywhere at CES this year, and Ubtech’s biped contains multitudes. The Walker is prepared to tackle your security needs, patrolling your home’s perimeter, detecting motion and recording incidents with its integrated camera. And when it’s quitting time, it can dance and play games. Pretty good for a robot with no arms.

Here is the answer: GSM SIM Card voice detective. This device allow you to spy anyone in any place. Work frequency: 850Mhz/900Mhz/1800Mhz/1900Mhz (attention: only works with GSM card, cannot be worked…

This minimalist 360-degree wireless speaker looks like a space capsule, has proximity sensors that can identify where you’re standing (and therefore whether you’re swiping/rotating left or right), can broadcast high-quality sound in every direction and is able to connect with other BeoSound speakers for the ultimate multi-room sound system. Compatible with Spotify, Chromecast, Airplay and Bluetooth – what’s not to love?

The Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Wireless Gaming Mouse is the best mouse on the market, and I don’t mean just PC gaming mouse. Not only does it have a great weight to it, a cool-looking design, and an LED light that can be set to whatever color you’d like (or cycled through all of colors), but it is ergonomically pleasing to boot. It runs on a charge (that lasts for 30 hours on a single charge), and it can be used while charging. Best of all, it’s incredibly responsive, with up to a 12,000 DPI (that you can adjust with just the click of a button ON THE FLY). This is especially great if you’re playing a shooter or something else that would benefit from changing the mouse sensitivity on the go. I’ve never been so impressed with a computer mouse in my entire life, and I’ve gone through quite a few of them in my day. If you’re looking to upgrade your workstation, I enthusiastically recommend the G900.

Essentially a mobile security camera with some smart-home control capabilities, when Kuri ships about a year from now it will roam your home checking on your kids and pets when you’re not home. It looks like a robot, though, so it’s cool just for that.

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. 

Some love their multitool gadgets in the form of a pocket knife. However, for the serious DIYer, nothing can beat the Wingman Multi-Tool from Leatherman. This multi-tool has a pair of pliers as its base tool upon which 13 other different tools are integrated in. The array of tools include a combo knife, spring-action wire cutters, screwdrivers, bottle opener, needle nose pliers, wire stripper, package opener, can opener, and even a 1.5-inch ruler. The Wingman comes with a locking blade mechanism for improved safety while every tool in the package has been expertly designed for seamless one handed operation.

​Sling’s parent company Dish just birthed it a sibling for cord cutters and cord nevers who miss local broadcasts that you can only get via a cable or satellite subscription or antenna. AirTV looks like Roku mated with Fisher Price, but you’ll never lose that remote in the couch.

Make Espressos Anywhere, Anytime If you love great coffee and spend a lot of time in your car, then you need the Handpresso. With this easy to use portable espresso machine, you can enjoy a gourmet cup of espresso almost anywhere. Efficient Pods The Handpresso works…

Stay Warm This Winter… Anyone looking for convenient, high-tech household products are sure to love these novelty slippers. Give the gift or warmth this winter, and maybe even treat yourself to toasty tootsies with these instantly-warm slippers. You wonder how…

Bose is one of our favorites in the speaker space for music and home theater systems.  Did you ever notice that the sound coming out of a Bose speaker is typically dramatically different compared to other brands?  The first time we came in contact with Bose was in our 2007 Acura CL.  #LifeChanging.  Ever since […]

Price: $49.95 E-Sports are becoming more and more popular. For some of us, the idea of sitting in some kind of arena and being a spectator to gamers playing in a multi-player video game is very new (and kind of crazy sounding). But we’ve continued to see major sponsors come running into the space…

Jump into a world of exciting strategy and party games with our new collection at Hawkin’s Bazaar. We’ve got all of the modern classics that are great to play with friends and family. Check them out now!

Every CES there’s a competition over who has the skinniest device. This year, thinnest laptop award goes to the Acer Swift 7 — at 8.98mm thick, a credible contender for thinnest laptop in the world. 

Sticking with the theme of gaming, VR is the hot topic of 2016. In fact, CES and GDC were both dominated by VR talk, with PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and Vive leading the way. But our VR of choice is the PlayStation VR, at least for now, simply because of its price point. What you’re getting for the price outshines the other two leading VR headsets, and although it’s slightly less advanced than Oculus or Vive, it’s still an incredibly great experience. Plus, there’s 100 Foot Robot Golf coming after it launches. Sure, you have to buy the PlayStation Camera (if you don’t have one already), but it’s a gaming VR headset made for gamers. If you’re looking to go VR but don’t want to break the bank, the PS VR is a solid choice. You can also check out our list of the best PS4 games of 2016 so far.

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