If you’re in the market for a new digital camera, it usually pays to wait and see what’s announced at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which is winding down in Las Vegas this week. Unlike previous years, digital cameras were eclipsed by other consumer electronics technology this time around -- but that doesn’t mean we weren’t able to find a handful of shooters worth talking about.
It’s day two of the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and the new products just keep a-comin’! Among the most popular items at the show are music accessories and specifically headphones/earphones, which are present and accounted for in abundance. Thankfully, Moshi Audio is rising above the din of the crowd with a new set of earphones aimed at audiophiles.
In the market for some new headphones or perhaps a charger or battery backup for your iOS device? It might be worth your time to stop by the Scosche booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which kicked off Tuesday in Las Vegas. The company is announcing new offerings in their Listen and Power product lines, but if you can’t make it to Vegas with us, read on for the details.
There’s so much stuff at the International Consumer Electronics Show each year, it’s easy to overlook the clever things that might fall through the cracks -- take, for instance, a new iOS app from Sculpteo, which introduces a powerful, cloud-based 3D print engine for converting most anything you can see into real-life objects.
The International Consumer Electronics Show doesn’t kick off until Tuesday, but Mac|Life is already braving the slot machines and budget stomach-busting buffets to bring you the best and brightest of what will be unleashed there. One of the things we’re most excited about is a handful of new offerings from ION’s iCade series.
Along with the roar of Lion and the new MacBook Air, Apple released a new, souped up Mac mini today. The new Mac mini, starting at $599, comes standard with a 500 GB hard drive, faster processors, faster graphics, and Thunderbolt.
In addition to a new Mac mini and the MacBook Airs, Apple also released the new Thunderbolt Display, which can handle resolution up to 2560 by 1440 pixels.
As any Apple fan knows, the company likes to offer one last morsel at most of its media events, usually introduced with CEO Steve Jobs announcing there’s “one more thing.” We’re fully expecting that the tradition will continue with Monday’s keynote to kick off WWDC 2011 -- so here are a few likely candidates.
Recent Macs such as the MacBook Pro have no problem adding a second monitor (or even a third with the Thunderbolt iMacs), but what about an HDTV for video playback at up to 1080p? As it turns out, for only $99 you will soon be able to do it from a mild-mannered USB port.
If this year’s announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show are any indication, Sony believes a shotgun blast to the face is better than a precise yet deadly incision at one of the body’s many weak spots -- the company announced a huge swath of product in every conceivable category, but apparently left most of their “Wow” at home.
Remember the recent leaks showing some kind of trackpad device that Apple appeared ready to release? It’s real and it’s here, and it’s the Magic Trackpad. Sadly, Bigfoot remains as elusive as ever, but we can’t have everything, can we?