If keeping track of items, such as your briefcase, keys or remote control, isn’t your strong suit, Stick-N-Find Technologies’ StickNFind Bluetooth stickers might provide you with a little bit of assistance.
Consumers already have access to guitars that can teach them how to play. Now Peavey has a model that it claims can keep them in tune.
Clarity wants to provide more assistance for the aging or hard-of-hearing when it comes to holding a telephone conversation.
For consumers who prefer projectors to TVs or just want to get more of a picture from their projector in a small space, Vivitek has a new option with its D7180HD projector.
Consumers who seek an easy way to access the Internet when they’re on the go might be interested in the WL-330NUL Pocket Wi-Fi router by Asus.
Plenty of mobile charging devices and an array of camping stoves exist for the outdoor types, but BioLite’s CampStove appears to be the first to combine the two products.
Globatrac’s Trakdot Luggage tracker won’t stop baggage handlers from putting your suitcase on the wrong airplane, but it will give you a head start in retrieving the luggage in the event that it’s lost.
The Pebble smartwatch not only can tell you the time, but it also can tell you how many steps that you take, how far that you pedal your bicycle, and who’s calling, texting or emailing you.
Matrix Audio is working under the idea that good things come in small packages with its Qube.
Tablet computers are capable of running video games, but the Razer Edge introduces more depth in imaging and graphics, as well as high-powered processing to the fold—specifically for gamers.
A cavalcade of new touch-screen devices will come to market in 2013, and, judging by what we saw at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show, you’ll be able to use more fingers on them.
Most smartphones can serve as an e-book reader, but Yota Devices’ YotaPhone has a separate screen for each task.
More manufacturers can generate power for your mobile devices when a socket isn’t available, but Timbuk2’s Power Commute bag ($200) delivers more of a charge to your devices than others do.
In the wake of all of the talk about ultrahigh-definition TVs and 4K TVs at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show came more-subdued chatter about the way that you’ll watch movies and other types of programming on these new TVs.
In the event that you find yourself somewhere with no access to electricity and a smartphone or a personal media player that’s running on a low battery, Tremont Electric provides a short-term solution with the nPower PEG.
Most signal boosters for a cellphone require a nearby outlet. Spot’s Connect can go with you in your vehicle or on a hike where you might have no signal.
Famed cartoon detective Inspector Gadget had a nifty way of making phone calls—pull an antenna out of his thumb and use the thumb as his earpiece and his pinky finger as the microphone.
Polaroid’s entry into the pocket-camcorder market, the iD450 ($280), is a lot like other models in that it provides high-definition video capturing in a hand-held device and lets you upload videos and pictures directly to social-media sites.
Master Lock now has a lock that combines digital memory with both letter and number combinations and a hefty price.
Audio docks for personal media players and smartphones have been knocking around for years, so it was only a matter of time before someone applied the concept to video products.