LAS VEGAS – Kwilt showed its second generation personal cloud smart hubs, the Kwilt2 and Kwilt3, at this week’s ShowStoppers event.
Dride Zero is a high resolution dashcam with a share button. It’s only 4.9×1.5×0.6 inches, making it the smallest connected dashcam on the planet. Its two lenses and can record videos at 1440p 30fps, and 720p at 60fps. It also has GPS and Wi-Fi connectivity which lets it connect to the Dride app and Dride cloud. Pressing one button will instantly upload your video to the cloud, and you can opt to share it with other users, as well as see the videos of other people too. The dashcam has crash sensors, which will prompt it to automatically upload video footage upon impact. Currently Dride Zero is available on Kickstarter starting at US$89, and the current estimated delivery is April 2019.
LAS VEGAS – Rocketbook’s reusable notebooks let you write and draw, use your iPhone to upload and organize your work online, then wipe the pages clean and start again. Jeff Gamet checks them out in this video interview.
Code42’s popular CrashPlan remote backup service for consumers, CrashPlan for Home, just got the ax.