As more and more devices (mainly smartphones) start to shift towards having no headphone jack, users will have to rely on either using the included adapter or go wireless. That’s what products like the Bragi Dash Pro comes in, they’re a part of the new segment of wearables (also called hearables) which are truly wireless earbuds.
Asus had a lot of devices to show off at CES 2018 including some new laptops, new Lyra networking devices with Alexa and the latest in their ROG lineup.
DJI has announced the redesigned Osmo Mobile 2 smartphone stabilizer at CES 2018.
After being announced at their October 4th hardware event, Google’s Pixel Buds are now available for purchase in Canada.
It seems like everything nowadays is connected to the internet in one way or another. From lightbulbs to thermostats. Even some new cars have built-in Wi-Fi or even, that’s where the Rogers Smart Drive device comes in. It allows you to get info about your vehicle while also being able to be used as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
When it comes to gaming headsets, there are only a few brands that come to mind, including Turtle Beach as well as Astro and Razer. Back at E3 2017, Turtle Beach had announced their plans to release two new headsets for Xbox One that would have Xbox Wireless built-in (which is the same way the Xbox One controllers connect to the console itself and those headsets would be the Stealth 600 and 700.
Apple has acquired PowerbyProxi, a wireless charging company based in New Zealand. The company was founded in 2007 as a spin-out from Auckland University.
Mobvoi, the company behind the upcoming TicWatch S & E, has been working on a new wireless smart home device with the Google Assistant built-in, called the TicHome Mini. And starting today, you can pre-order it.
After numerous leaks, Bose has officially unveiled the QuietComfort II with the Google Assistant built-in.
Back at E3 2017, Turtle Beach announced the Stealth 700 and 600 wireless gaming headsets for Xbox One and PS4. Starting today, you can buy the Xbox One versions of the new headsets.