The Fossil Group has released a new smartwatch under their acquired company Misfit, called the Vapor. This time they have found an interesting balance between the fashion forward look of Misfits tech jewelry, and Fossil’s attention to high performance features.
At CES 2017, Dell has let loose with two exciting and innovative new devices. For the artist, Dell has its new Canvas. For those who need the best graphics possible, Dell’s 8K monitor will blow you away.
Dell’s Canvas isn’t an all-in-one like Microsoft’s Surface Studio. The Canvas was created as an external monitor to allow creatives easier use of digital devices. Like a paper work pad or canvas, the gadget sits on a desk (Or a stand, if you’d prefer).
On day two of CES 2017, Nvidia announced its new SHIELD TV media streamer; Samsung showed off its new gaming notebook the Odyssey, Sony is releasing a 4K Blu-ray to the mass market; LG unveiled it’s Gram 14 laptop, and Asus show how busy they’ve been.
What’s Inside Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro
The specs of the Chromebook Plus and Pro include a QuadHD 12.3-inch Gorilla Glass display with 2400×1600 pixel LED; 4GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage; MicroSD card slot; and 2 USB Type-C ports that support 4K video output and charging.
What The Garmin Fenix 5 Does
The new Fenix range can calculate a range of metrics. Pace, distance and speed are measured using GPS and the GLONASS system. Other features that measure your metrics include – a three-axis compass; gyroscope; barometric altimeter; optical heart sensor; all day fitness tracking (Steps, calories burned, active minutes and sleep). All devices are water-rated to 100 meters.
CES 2017 kicked off this week with a great show featuring the latest and greatest in consumer tech. A lot of hype has been surrounding this year’s event, as we wait to see what the biggest industry brands have spent the last year working on. Now we finally know, and day one featured plenty of goodies to get excited about. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights.
Cloud services have become the standard for content and data storage, and as mobile manufacturers in particular limit on board storage, it becomes a necessity. But the laws regarding ownership and what can be done with that data are murky at best. While you may retain the copyrights to your data, their ability to share or use it could be harder to gauge. Which is why a new crowdfunded set of personal servers may offer a solution.