Category Archives: GADGETS

Gadgets cover wide and varied areas including accessories, imaging, audio and visual and the likes.

Razer Nommo Speakers, World’s First Battery-free Wireless Mouse And More

Razer has quite a bit to show at this year’s CES. In addition to the bold ambition of fusing Razer Phone to a laptop in Project Linda, it has also introduced an all-new desktop speaker for desktop computers, the world’s first battery-less wireless gaming mouse with charging mouse pad, and Chroma-enabled home through Philips Lighting. Continue reading Razer Nommo Speakers, World’s First Battery-free Wireless Mouse And More

Sennheiser Is Going To Make A Monster Sound Bar With 13 Drivers

It is clear by now that the market for sound bar is a force businesses can’t ignore. With the shrinking house size and the appreciation for minimal clutter by consumers, sound bar is the one audio equipment that has been exerting quite a significant draw in recent years. And you know it is indeed a force businesses can’t ignore when Sennheiser, a company that, up till today, has yet to make any consumer speaker, began experimenting in making one. That’s right. The Germany audio electronic maker is going to have a sound bar, the company’s first and it has taken its new toy to CES to wow the crowd. And wow it certainly is, albeit the prototype it brought along is not quite finish. Continue reading Sennheiser Is Going To Make A Monster Sound Bar With 13 Drivers

Sony Unveiled World’s First Dolby Atmos Soundbar Along With A Super Compact Soundbar

With the advancement in sound bar, there is really no reason to clutter your home with multiple speakers, and if you concur with our views, you may want to know the still-striving Japanese electronic giant, Sony, has served up two handsome examples at this year’s CES. The first being the world’s Dolby Atmos sound bar, HT-ZF9, and the second is the super compact HT-SF200. Lets start with the small one first, shall we? So here goes… Continue reading Sony Unveiled World’s First Dolby Atmos Soundbar Along With A Super Compact Soundbar

Razer Wants To Fuse Smartphone With Laptop In Project Linda

Turning a smartphone into a full-fledged computer by the way of docking is not the newest new, but Razer has announced at this CES this year is something unheard off. The concept is similar to what many, including Samsung, has done, but Razer’s idea is to turn its Android smartphone into a functional 13.3-inch laptop. Dubbed Project Linda, this ambitious endeavor will seek to create an Android laptop/phone hybrid, powered by an Android-based Razer Phone. Continue reading Razer Wants To Fuse Smartphone With Laptop In Project Linda

Sony’s Newest 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector Has Legs That Are Speakers

As always, Sony has a lot to show at this year’s CES, but nothing will catch our eyes like the Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector LSPX-A1 from the brand’s Life Space UX product line. Unlike LG’s, Sony isn’t going for portability or compactness. On contrary, the LSPX-A1 is huge in every aspects from the price to the size to the performance promised. At a glance, the projector looks like a home entertainment console by itself (yes, it is that big), but rest assure, the size and illusion of it being a furniture are all part of the design which is line with the Life Space UX’s mission. Continue reading Sony’s Newest 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector Has Legs That Are Speakers

Voice-enabled JBL LINK View Is Harman’s Answer To Amazon Echo Show

It looks like now Samsung-own Harman’s JBL has an answer to Amazon Echo Show, a video display equipped Alexa-powered smart assistant that is loaded with both camera and speakers. Christened JBL LINK View Voice-controlled Smart Display Speaker, this nifty device with an unmistakable JBL aesthetic will join JBL LINK family line of smart speakers with Google Assistant, but with added bonus of a touch display and an embedded camera. Continue reading Voice-enabled JBL LINK View Is Harman’s Answer To Amazon Echo Show

TCL Unveiled A New Category Of Sound Bar Called TCL Roku Smart Soundbar

We all know what a sound bar is. But we do not know is, there is an entirely new category of sound bar unveiled by TCL at this year’s CES. This year, sound bar is going smart. You know, like how TV turned smart previously. Teaming up with steaming player maker Roku to introduce a new smart sound bar called, well, TCL Roku Smart Soundbar, duh. The sound bar is also known as TCL Alto Smart Soundbar with Roku Entertainment Assistant, according to TCL official website. Anyways, as far as look concerned, the TCL Roku Smart Soundbar is smart looking too. Continue reading TCL Unveiled A New Category Of Sound Bar Called TCL Roku Smart Soundbar

ICAROS Is A Simulator That Combines Fitness With Gaming Via Virtual Reality

Until Wii came along, the idea of video gaming is akin to gluttony. Except in gaming, you don’t devour food, well, maybe not as much. Certainly, you won’t be jamming your guts with food beyond its capacity. In other words, you get no exercise, except for your fingers and that obviously, is very unhealthy and not desirable. But with the ICAROS, gaming becomes so much more. ICAROS is like a gaming simulator of sort, with virtual reality in the mix. Instead of letting your fingers do all the legwork, so to speak, ICAROS requires your entire body to work to play the game. Continue reading ICAROS Is A Simulator That Combines Fitness With Gaming Via Virtual Reality

LG Unveiled Revolutionary Paper-like OLED TV That Rolls Into A Box At CES

If you are old enough, you may be able to recall that in the early days of CRT TVs, some of them came with integrated cabinet that has functional doors (either swing or sliding type). I am not entirely sure what was the rationale behind this TV-in-cabinet (specifically, those with doors), but my best guesses would be, one, to keep children off the TV (because some models actually had lock on them) and two, perhaps to blend with the rest of the home furnishing. Whatever the reasons were, the days of hiding TV behind cabinet was long over, or is it? As it turns out, LG may have inadvertently recreated a similar concept, but with modern OLED display, of course. Continue reading LG Unveiled Revolutionary Paper-like OLED TV That Rolls Into A Box At CES

Nuu Mobile Brings Facial Recognition-enabled G3 Smartphone To Las Vegas

OK. We are going to get this done quick because, you may want this phone. Also, coming from Nuu Mobile, you know it is going to be easy on your pocket and so here goes. This is Nuu G3 smartphone, the latest from handset maker Nuu and though it was introduced a while back, the brand is taking CES to further its exposure. First, the aesthetic… G3 gets an “edge-to-edge” curved glass which looks suspiciously like the Pixel 2 XL which, TBH, is not quite “edge-to-edge.” Its 5.7-inch HD+ display is flanked by a super narrow bezel of 1.1 mm and like many of today’s flagship, it has a 18:9 aspect ratio. And oh, it has a dual curved glass design also. Continue reading Nuu Mobile Brings Facial Recognition-enabled G3 Smartphone To Las Vegas