It’s Part 4 of our CES Series and we are still just as excited as we are red-eyed for the next round of super sleek next-generation consumer electronics. We’ve saved a few surprises for last, including the top dogs in one or two heavily covered categories. So let’s quit wasting valuable technology ogling time and jump back into CES 2016!
Oakley X Intel Radar Pace Sunglasses
Oakley’s new Radar Pace shades are the brand’s first foray into the world of smart tech, but we’re sure they have the resources to make it a good one. These high-tech specs are made from high-strength materials and possess an integrated real-time coaching system.
Sony’s New Action Cam
This year’s Sony action cam is set to give Nikon and GoPro a run for their money with top of the line resolution and sardined-in features the details of which will not be revealed until it hits the showroom floor.
These high-end external cameras for tablets and smartphones turn the ordinary images these devices ordinarily make and turn them up to just short of pro level photos. With their machined aluminum frame and 3X Telephoto capability, you might as well just leave it on.
Dell 23 Wireless Monitor
We’re all tripping on wires in our homes and offices all the danged time. Well, Dell took a look at monitor cables and said to themselves, ‘one less.’ The 23 Wireless Monitor has everything you expect from a high-end monitor except the cable.
Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook
For ultimate mobility and gaming power, the Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook has arrived. With its i7 processor and aluminum casing, and 12.5” high-res screen- this featherweight is punching way above its weight-class.
Nextbit Robin Smartphone
If you thought your smartphone was smart, this one gets smarter every day. The Robin links to the cloud and utilizes it to integrate new data each and every day. It backs up your personal data, files, and your apps, automatically making space by backing it all to the cloud when needed.
Samsung SUHD TV Lineup
If you’re in the market for the best possible picture quality, these TVs are it. These SUHD feature Quantum Dot displays true to life images on curved screens for a totally immersive effect. The image quality on these TVs is so good, you are going to need a new pair of eyeballs in order to appreciate it.
Lego WeDo 2.0
This integrative kit is oriented toward children and education. It comes with mobile comparability so that kids can collaborate remotely, compare projects, share ideas and learn together. It’s geared toward use by educators in the classroom and is guaranteed to get kids enthusiastic about engineering. But there’s nothing stopping them from just playing around with it and having a great time.
Onkyo W800BT Earbuds
Most people complain about the price of gasoline. I’m more concerned about the cost of all the broken earbuds I go through in a month! Remove the wire, however, and you eliminate 90% of the problem. That’s just what Onkyo has done with these high-end earbuds with great a sound-scape and a 12-hour battery life.
Harman/Kardon Omni+ Speakers
Wireless sound systems just graduated to the next level. This WiFi home audio system delivers high-def sound in a system that can be used to access your favorite media whether its music, movies, or Internet content. It works with blue-tooth, enables multi-room streaming, supports Spotify and Google Cast. It’s eminently portable and comes with the redesigned Harman high-def sound in a system that can be used to access your favorite media whether its music, movies, or Internet content. It works with blue-tooth, enables multi-room streaming, supports Spotify and Google Cast. It’s eminently portable and comes with the redesigned Harman/Kardon Controller app for iOS and Android.
Razer Nabu Watch
This watch is for gamers, and no- it isn’t just for alerting them when it’s time to stop playing. It offers a messaging system, blue-tooth integration, a world clock, and auto phone time sync that makes it easy to synchronize your tactics with your gaming friends around the globe in order to better humiliate those newbs. So synchronize your watches, pwn some spicy nacho Doritos, and take an arrow to the knee.
Bang & Olufsen Beosound 35
Give your media the sound quality it deserves with the Beosound 35. On-board integration for streaming, the intuitive touch interface, and multi-room tech make this Bang & Olufsen offering the sound system to beat this year.
LG PF1000U Ultra Short Throw LED Home Theater Projector
The Ultra Short Throw LED is the finest thing in image projection today. With full HD 1080pixel resolution, this projector leaves most physical screens in the dust. Add that to the fact that, with the right surface, you can get up to 100 inches of effective screen size and you have got a very strong argument that this is the best way to watch TV.
ASUS MB169C+ Monitor
If you’ve never laid hands on an ASUS computer, this would be a decent introduction. This USB-powered monitor is the slimmest in creation, has a slick metallic finish, two-way adjustable stand, and an auto rotation feature.
Google Nexus 6P in Gold
It looks as good as a high-end Swiss watch with equal attention to detail. It Nexus’ latest smart phone and it comes in two flavors, powerful and damned powerful as in 32 and 64-gigabyte versions. It’s great if you love slim, powerful mobile devices- fantastic if you like beautiful gadgets.
Samsung Galaxy TabPRO S
This tow-in-one tablet gives you the quick usability and mobility of a tablet with all the functionality of a laptop. It runs a full-sized version of Windows 10 and is the slimmest thing you’d dare handle without safety gloves. It transforms from a laptop to a tablet by simply detaching from its keyboard, and it goes back the same way.
HP EliteBook Folio
In a decisive attempt to stop everyone bickering about which is superior, Mac or PC- HP has uplifted this item as its final solution. The EliteBook is like a Mac that runs Windows 10. It’s got all the savoir faire of a Mac with the practicality and compatibility of a PC. It’s as thin as a pencil and sports a 128GB SSD or 512GB SSD with 8GB of RAM. Not too shabby for something you could use as a placemat.