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Similar to Samsung's offering, the VR One will require pairing with a smartphone. The $99 headset works with select Android and iOS devices with screen sizes varying from 4.7 inches to 5.2 inches (which rules out devices like the Galaxy Note 4), and is now available for pre-order. Carl Zeiss mentions that it will sell unique trays for most compatible devices, which will allow that device to slot in perfectly into the VR One. The headset comes with one tray, with each additional tray retailing for $10.
The first batch of trays are designed for the Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 6, although Carl Zeiss has mentioned that it working on bringing out trays for additional devices. Moto Hint review. Motorola reinvents Bluetooth earbuds The Moto Hint is Motorola's latest accessory.
It's a Bluetooth earbud that breaks out of the mold, takes the awkward and very geeky Bluetooth headset and tries to turn it into something you'll want to use, because it looks as good as it works. Not that Motorola has made a breakthrough with the way a Bluetooth headset (to clarify — we're talking about a single-ear device used for calls and voice actions, not a stereo set) works, or the way it interacts with your phone. What they have done is take the existing technology, and deliver it in a package that's as friendly as it is functional, is stylish yet not obtrusive, and made it into something you'll use because you want to, not because you have to.
A closer look at the HTC RE camera accessories. In case you missed it, the HTC RE camera was announced today.
It's a small handheld camera that can work on its own, or connect to an Android or iOS device. We've played with it a bit, so make sure to check out our hands-on impressions so far. After the announcement, HTC had some of the accessories and mounts on display. We asked an HTC representative to explain what they were. Take a look at our video! One of the accessories on display was the lanyard with waterproof cap. Blue Mo-Fi Headphones Review. Ever since I started working in the tech field and traveling more often than I ever did, I've always been in pursuit of the best set of headphones.
Olloclip for Samsung Galaxy S5. Anyone who's previously been familiar with an iPhone will likely know of Olloclip.
Producers of arguably the best clip on lenses for the iPhone and more recently, the iPad, Olloclip has now branched out to Android for the first time with lenses for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S4. It's not hard to understand why they first started with Samsung's two biggest selling Galaxy S phones, the numbers game certainly has to be a factor. HTC RE camera specs. Today marks HTC's entry into a new product category, with the HTC RE camera — a dedicated imaging device designed to work with Android and iOS devices through the RE app.
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It is such a great way to take your music with you anywhere you go – beach, party, picnic or the quiet solitude of your own four walls…there is just nothing like music to lift up your joys or support you when you are feeling low and alone. There are many models to choose from, but many of the better ones are $100+. An American manufacturer in Oregon, Sol Republic, is known for their quality made speakers – both rugged for outdoor usage and quality of their sound in a small package, although Sol Republic sells a variety of audio products, such as headphones, portable speakers, and ear buds.
There newest released speaker is called ‘PUNK.’ It is about the size of a hockey puck – both in diameter and thickness – and can easily be transported in your pocket. The PUNK features eight hours of battery life, which they claim is 50-percent more than other speakers do its size. This is the Nexus 9 keyboard case. Last week NVIDIA spilled the beans on the upcoming HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet.
The leaked document stated the Nexus 9 will be released in the third quarter of 2014, which we are currently in. One of the exciting features of the Nexus 9 is the rumored Microsoft Surface-like keyboard case. We’ve heard rumblings of this accessory in the past, but now we can see it in the flesh. Microsoft creates a great keyboard for Android devices. Microsoft and Google are not the best of friends, but Microsoft has shown willingness to play nice with Google’s OS.
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Panasonic LUMIX Smart Camera DMC CM1. Epson announces new range of bright home cinema projectors. Epson has announced three new projectors in the 3000 3LCD family, which will see new models available with a brightness of up to 2,500 lumens and mechanical lens shift. Since these new projectors from Epson are fairly advanced, consumers will be looking to pay up to $1,999 for the high-end model alone. Those on a tight budget will be able to take advantage of the Home Cinema 3000 for $1,299, which is a 1080p projector with 1.6x zoom, 50,000:1 contrast ratio and packs everything into a compact design. The Home Cinema 3500 takes things up a notch for $1,699, adding 2,500 lumens brightness, 70,000:1 contrast ratio and improved 3D performance. The most expensive model, the Home Cinema 3600e, adds a WirelessHD transmitter and can connect up to five HDMI devices. Let us know in the comments if any of the newly announced models take your fancy.
Panasonic announces the Lumix CM1, an Android-powered smart camera. Point and shoot cameras have slowly fallen to the wayside thanks to the rising popularity of smartphones, so manufacturers have had to take a different approach to keeping their camera businesses alive. Many companies, like Samsung, have pursued “smart” camera options that run Android, allowing users to take pictures with decent camera specs and quickly get their photos on Facebook and Instagram. Panasonic has finally entered the smart camera market with their own Lumix CM1, and the specs on the camera look promising.
It features a 20 megapixel camera, a 1-inch sensor, and the aperture goes up to f/11. Blue Tiger SoundPods pack a punch in a small package. When looking for a Bluetooth speaker to take on the road with you, sound quality, portability and price all factor into the equation. With the Blue Tiger SoundPod there's a good compromise of all three. You're getting something that sounds pretty good, doesn't cost a whole lot and is about as portable as it comes. Here's a quick round up of the main tech specs: 3W SpeakerConnect via Bluetooth or 3.5mm cable (included)Built-in microphoneA2DP/AVRCP10 hours of battery life5 hours playback at max volume You actually get three options for music playback; Bluetooth, from a microSD card or wired via the 3.5mm headphone jack on your device.
Despite its diminutive size, there's plenty of heft behind this speaker. Blue Mo-Fi Headphones Review. Olloclip Release Lenses for the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4. On Thursday, Californian-based Olloclip announced the release of the Olloclip 4-IN-1 Photo Lenses accessory for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5 handsets. The Olloclip is a popular camera enhancing accessory for various Apple products and it’s great to see the company diversify into the Android sphere. The accessory consists of four feature lenses, fisheye, wide-angle and two macros, a 15X magnification and 10X magnification. Olloclip have engineered a quick-change system that is similar to that available for a digital SLR camera but still fits into pockets, purses and hands.
Olloclip have patented the design, which allows the lenses to slide across the camera on the back of the device. Ollie is like a Sphero on steroids and it's now available for pre-order. Ollie is like a Sphero on steroids and it's now available for pre-order. Eye Fi mobi review: A frustrating experience all-round.
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