LAS VEGAS – Moduware demonstrated at CES its Modpack, portable battery pack that lets you build your own electronic utility device with replaceable modules.
CES – The short version is that messages sent to your Lovebox from an app are available only in the Lovebox, which is a physical box.
LAS VEGAS – Valt believes its visually-oriented approach provides better password security.
John F. Braun checks out Seek Thermal’s thermal imaging system for automotive aftermarket, priced under US$999.
LAS VEGAS – John F. Braun learned about the world’s first smart food storage system, Ovie Smarterware.
These fun robots will help teach your kids how to code.
The Eve Room is US$99.95 and will be available in March at Elgato, Amazon, and Apple.
The device can be programmed for three separate actions: press once, press twice, and press-and-hold, each with a corresponding buzz to confirm a successful click.
It’s not a finished product, but a working prototype.
Satechi will start selling the charging station sometime this spring for US$64.99.
John F. Braun learns more about Cocoon Cam Clarity baby monitor which offers a non-invasive way to monitor your baby’s breathing and other activities.
This is a device that you plug into your network at home and is then accessible anywhere for both syncing and remote access, creating a true, turnkey private cloud.
John F. Braun checks out the JAQ Hybrid Charger, a charger that uses both traditional lithium ion and fuel cell technology to help when you’re not near a power source.
It’s a nifty device that combines a magnetic holder, a flexible arm, and a clamp that let you mount it in a variety of places.
The smart toothbrush is available today at Apple.com and in select Apple retail stores, for US$99.95.
LAS VEGAS – The smarts are introduced by including a Bluetooth-enabled pressure sensor in the filter itself.
John F. Braun check out the BACtrack C6, being touted as the world’s smallest police-grade brethalyzer.
It will be available to purchase in March, and will be US$299.95.
John F. Braun checks out the EyeQue Insight, a soon to be released personal vision testing system that can help you keep track of your vision quality.
Calling it the “fastest external drive ever built,” OWC said it’s capable of speeds up to 2800MB/s read speeds, and 2450MB/s writes.