Scosche has expanded its speaker lineup today at CES with the introduction of the boomBOTTLE H20 and the boomBOTTLE mini rugged Bluetooth speaker units. The former, as you might guess from the name, is a waterproof version of its boomBOTTLE offering, while the mini variety is the same as the original, only in a smaller form factor.
Mophie has announced the first battery case for the iPhone that includes built-in storage, offering a boost to both the storage and the battery in one's handset. The battery case is available for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s, and ends up doubling the battery life of the smartphone, though the exact degree of extension will depend on how the iPhone is used.
After months of waiting and watching for the Omate TrueSmart smartwatch to appear in the wild, it’s finally appeared here at CES 2014. What we’ve got here is a smartwatch that takes the dream of a stand-alone device in smartwatch form and makes it a reality - there’s a SIM card in here. That center bit between the two massive physical buttons on the side of this watch is a camera, too - and not a half bad one, at that.
MadCatz has announced a new gaming mouse for both PC and Mac, the RAT Tournament Edition. With this new offering, which looks decidedly akin to a 90's era Transformer toy, MadCatz is promising a combination of high performance and ultra-lightweight design, both of which work together to make an uninhibited peripheral for those serious about their gaming efforts.
In addition to the new MOMENTUM Ivory model, Sennheiser has introduced the MM 30G in-ear headset at CES today. The headset is aimed at Samsung's GALAXY owners, with support for the Galaxy S 2 and higher, as well as the tablets. There's a mobile remote control built into the headset, as well, offering simple control over the device.
This week we're being given the opportunity at CES 2014 to see Razer's newest product - Project Christine - up close, well before it hits the market in all its modular glory. This machine is what Razer intends to be their center for innovation in the modular computing environment, allowing users to upgrade and swap out bits and pieces with ease, however they see fit. Creating all the parts themselves, they've once again made clear that they'll be no stranger to the high-end PC manufacturing world through the future.
Some of the products you see at CES are coming out soon, and many will be coming out sometime later in the year. But along with those two, there is also a third category which includes devices that may or may never hit the market. Toshiba had one such item sitting on the floor and it is clearly just in the concept stage. In fact, they have it sitting behind glass and listed as being the "Shape-Shifting Concept PC."
Samsung unveiled a few new camera models here at CES 2014. One of those is a compact camera, the WB350F which is available in a variety of colors. Samsung had a few of the color options on the show floor and naturally, we checked them out. Here in the post you will find images of the Samsung WB350F in black, white and brown.
Matrix Audio has introduced an update to its Qube portable speakers, the Qube 2. With this latest entrant comes the distinction of world's smallest Bluetooth stereo speaker, as well as a svelte body and very light weight. The speaker is being launched in five colors -- red, black, silver, blue, and purple -- and is available now for $79.99 USD.