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Razer Nommo Pro hands-on: blasting THX-certified Dolby Virtual Speaker sound

Razer Nommo Pro hands-on: blasting THX-certified Dolby Virtual Speaker sound

With Razer Nommo, three pairs of speakers have arrived from the gaming device company that's notorious for bringing heat to CES. These speakers arrive just in time for CES 2018, coming in three editions: Razer Nommo, Razer Nommo Chroma, and Razer Nommo Pro. These speakers look like cannons and they're made to sit right next to your gaming monitor, ready to melt your ears off.

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BlackBerry promises 2 new phones plus Motion US launch details

BlackBerry promises 2 new phones plus Motion US launch details

2018 should be a busy year for BlackBerry, with with the company promising two new smartphones in addition to at least one new special-edition. The phone-maker, now owned by TCL, is playing details of the upcoming range refresh close to its chest, but we do now a few tidbits at the very least.

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Rokid Glass hands-on: AR glasses with teething pains

Rokid Glass hands-on: AR glasses with teething pains

Is the world ready for augmented reality glasses? More importantly, perhaps, are augmented reality glasses manufacturers ready? Having tried the latest attempt at the segment, Rokid's Glass, at CES 2018 this week I'm pretty confident in saying the answer is "kinda, maybe."

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Optoma UHD51A Alexa-enabled 4K home projector obeys your voice

Optoma UHD51A Alexa-enabled 4K home projector obeys your voice

Next to, or perhaps even equal with, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa is one of the big winners of CES 2018, appearing in almost every kind of device imaginable. And sometimes unimaginable as well. You probably never imagined that a home projector would respond to your questions about the weather, but that is exactly what the new Optomo UHD51A 4K UHD home projector will be able to do and more. From showing your favorite Prime Video content to controlling your home’s smart lighting, this project can do it all. And all you need to do is ask Alexa.

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HP Z 3D Sprout camera add-on hands-on

HP Z 3D Sprout camera add-on hands-on

The HP Sprout desktop, announced way back in 2014, was already an odd idea. It basically mounted a 3D camera on top of an all-in-one PC that let you scan both 3D and 2D objects. Its near $2,000, at least back then, price tag didn’t help its cause either. Still believing that this is the future of computer input and interaction, HP has tried to make the technology more accessible, in both form and price. Enter the HP Z 3D camera, which is basically the Sprout camera, detached, and compatible with almost any Windows system, preferably HP’s, of course.

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Milo smart speaker doubles as home hub, Google Assistant inside

Milo smart speaker doubles as home hub, Google Assistant inside

CES is usually a time for big announcements but, this year, there is a somewhat silent undercurrent happening. An army is silently growing, made up of smart speakers that integrate this or that AI assistant. But, smart as they are, they are often just another device you have to add to your network. Startup Hogar Controls thinks it has the solution. Meet Milo, a smart speaker that almost looks like any other smart speaker, except for one invisible talent. It can also double as the central hub for your smart home instead of being just another node in the network.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 line gets CES 2018 update plus 4K Thunderbolt 3 display

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 line gets CES 2018 update plus 4K Thunderbolt 3 display

Lenovo's ThinkPad line-up is getting a refresh for CES 2018, with updated X1 Tablet, X1 Carbon notebook, and X1 Yoga models, together with a brand new 27-inch Thunderbolt 3 display. While they may be ostensibly targeting businesses and mobile pros, the combination of speedy 8th Gen Intel processors and features like Amazon Alexa mean there's likely to be plenty of interest among consumers, too. As for that ThinkVision X1 display, it might be the Thunderbolt 3 display-hub you've been waiting for.

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Lenovo Miix 630 Windows 10 on ARM 2-in-1 debuts at CES 2018

Lenovo Miix 630 Windows 10 on ARM 2-in-1 debuts at CES 2018

Lenovo has revealed its first Windows-on-ARM ultraportable, the Lenovo Miix 630, running Windows 10 S on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835. One of a small handful of machines that eschew x86 processors from Intel or AMD in favor of the sort of low-power silicon that you'd more typically expect to find inside a smartphone, Lenovo's newest 2-in-1 uses that power frugality to good advantage.

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Toyota e-Palette autonomous concept wins over Amazon, Uber, more

Toyota e-Palette autonomous concept wins over Amazon, Uber, more

Why should autonomous cars look like the vehicles we're driving today? That's the question Toyota is posing at CES 2018 this week, revealing the e-Palette Concept to illustrate its thinking. Fully driverless, powered entirely by electricity, and with flexibility in design to suit everything from logistics through to taxi duties, there's plenty to set the e-Palette Concept apart, not least the open control interface.

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HP CES 2018 Round-up: All the new sweets

HP CES 2018 Round-up: All the new sweets

HP revealed a bunch of new devices this week at CES 2018, including computers, a 3D camera, gaming devices, and a massive gaming display. These products cover some of the most interesting non-mobile spaces in the tech world today, and make what HP already had on the market all the more sweet. This is just the beginning, too - HP generally releases just a few products at CES, then sprinkles more throughout the year.

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LG’s 34-inch 5K UltraWide monitor demands good eyes

LG’s 34-inch 5K UltraWide monitor demands good eyes

It probably comes as no surprise that LG's 34-inch 5K UltraWide monitor is a joy for the eyes; just make sure you have an up-to-date prescription for your glasses. Announced last month, the pixel-dense display again made us question why Apple is leaving other companies to make the accessories we really think it should be responsible for, but having set eyes on the 34-incher at CES 2018 today we can't really complain about whose logo is on there.

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Sgnl’s body conducting Bluetooth wristband is oddly compelling

Sgnl’s body conducting Bluetooth wristband is oddly compelling

Samsung's C-Lab hibernator for unusual projects seemed faintly ridiculous when we first saw its fruits a few years back, but one project has graduated and is about to hit the market. Sgnl gives the Bluetooth headset a twist by transmitting the sound through vibrations of your hand. To hear the person calling, you jab your finger to your ear.

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