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September 12, 2017

Samsung’s Gear VR Innovator Edition

Samsung saw an opportunity to jump into the VR mix and partnered with Oculus. They’ve produced a headset that looks like the most consumer-ready device to date. Samsung’s Gear VR Innovator Edition is exactly what you would expect from the established tech giant both in terms of quality and usability.  It’s also the most expensive option, coming in at an msrp of $200 for the headset + $750 (off-contract) for the phone required to power it.  Unlike Google’s Cardboard, the Gear VR only works with a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, so if you’re lucky enough to already own one you can save yourself a significant amount of money.

 

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September 10, 2017

Beovision Eclipse – Luxury Television

With even low-end televisions sporting features that were the height of in-home entertainment just five years ago, the BeoVision Eclipse shows what it takes to stand out as a luxury television in today’s market. Beyond just another flat-screen TV, the new product offers the best and most forward-thinking technology from luxury audio equipment provider Bang & Olufsen and LG, the massive technology company.
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September 10, 2017

Fitness Technology Smartwatch – Fitbit Iconic

The wearable technology market is set to be revolutionized by the new Fitbit Ionic smartwatch that is reported by the brand to be the first true smartwatch that it has created. The new device works to provide users with enhanced fitness tracking capabilities it has come to be renowned for including heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen sensing, sleep tracking and workout coaching.

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September 10, 2017

iPhone 8 and additional future smartphone – iPhone X

To call the iPhone 8 rumors cycle predictable might be the understatement of the year. Apple tries as hard as it can to keep the wraps on its unreleased iPhones, but there are simply too many people involved with the development and manufacturing of consumer electronics devices. There’s no way to plug every hole, and no company is more affected by that plain truth than Apple. Each and every year ahead of new iPhone releases, we get early details, then schematics and CAD drawings, then more details and component leaks, then dummy unit mockups, and so on. You can practically set your watch by the iPhone rumor cycle.

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