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Noke Bluetooth lock hands-on: forget keys forever

Noke Bluetooth lock hands-on: forget keys forever

Remember Noke? The bluetooth lock made a more than respectable showing on Kickstarter, where they ended up annihilating their $100,000 goal on the way to $652,828 in funding. All that extra cash meant stretch goals were reached, but it also meant they had funds to show their wares off at CES this week! The keyless lock had us interested from the start, and we stopped by their booth to check it out. turns out, some Kickstarter dreams really do come true.

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Gibson Trainer headphones target runners with safety LEDs

Gibson Trainer headphones target runners with safety LEDs

Many headphones targeted at runners are of the earbud variety, which is usually the preferred form for those out running. Still, there are those who prefer over-ear headphones, and Gibson has moved to satisfy those users with its new Trainer cans. The Gibson Trainer headphones have some features that make them particularly useful for runners, including embedded LED lights that are intended to make runners more visible -- and, thusly, more safe -- when jogging at night. The device was made in partnership with Usain Bolt.

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Sony adds full 4K VPL-VW350ES projector to its lineup

Sony adds full 4K VPL-VW350ES projector to its lineup

Projectors are lovely for those times you want to watch a movie spanning the length of your living room wall or hold a presentation, and to help facilitate that comes some new Sony models, not the least of which is the full 4k-resolution VPL-VW350ES projector. With this model, users are presented with a solid 4096 x 2160 resolution. Still, Sony promises that this ultra high resolution doesn't come with a compromise in image quality -- the ability to handle fast motions and offer deep contrasts are both still there.

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Nyko unveils Data Bank for PS4 at CES 2015

Nyko unveils Data Bank for PS4 at CES 2015

Nyko is a big name is an aftermarket accessories for gamers and the company has unveiled several new products at CES 2015. One of the most interesting of those products is for the PS4 and is called the Data Bank for PlayStation 4. The Data Bank is a hard drive dock for the PS4 that replaces the top of the console and 2.5-inch factory storage drive providing compatibility with standard 3.5-inch desktop drives.

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iRig 2 mobile guitar interface connects guitar or bass to your iPhone

iRig 2 mobile guitar interface connects guitar or bass to your iPhone

Way back in 2010 was the first time that we saw the iRig guitar interface for the iPhone. The device put a guitar amplifier into the iPhone and allowed musicians to play their electric guitar or bass using nothing more than the iRig setup and their instrument. At CES 2015 IKMultimedia, the company behind the iRig, has rolled out a new version of the device called the iRig 2.

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Origin EON17-X and EON15-X laptops rock the Intel Z97 chipset

Origin EON17-X and EON15-X laptops rock the Intel Z97 chipset

Origin has announced a pair of new notebook computers that feature desktop class processors and use the Intel Z97 chipset inside. Despite using the latest Intel hardware and Desktop class processors, the new notebooks are still much lighter and thinner than the previous generation of machines. Origin says that the new family of notebooks is 37.5% thinner and 30% lighter than the previous generation.

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Polar A300 wearable tracks activity and heart rate

Polar A300 wearable tracks activity and heart rate

Polar has rolled out a new fitness wearable at CES 2015 called the Polar A300 activity tracker. The device is a watch that you wear on the wrist aimed at fitness enthusiasts and athletes. Polar says that the A300 has the most accurate heart rate monitoring technology around with the ability to monitor activity 24/7. The watch is designed for workouts and every day use.

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Golf R Touch hands-on: VW’s dashboard of the near future

Golf R Touch hands-on: VW’s dashboard of the near future

Bendable displays and fully touch-sensitive dashboards are the dreams of the future, but what are we to do in the meantime while engineers and designers frantically work on the next automotive gimmick? Volkswagen's Golf R Touch represents a return to sensibility and practicality, without really giving up on the visions of tomorrow. Employing the latest of touch and haptic technologies, the concept car's dashboard still manages to wow us while still presenting something that's familiar and useful, injecting an ample amount of hi-tech wizardry without going overboard.

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