Now this is pretty cool. Lego has had Minstorm products for years and they’ve always been neat for those wanting to put their Legos into motion. The EV3 takes things a step further and allows you to control your creation wirelessly via your iOS or Android device. On top of that, as you can
While it does sport a massive 6.1 inch screen, some of the implementations Huawei has added, such as the mini keyboard, are sure to make this device much more accessible to people wanting both a phone and a tablet in one (phablet). And if you have small hands, something such as the FlyGrip could surely
So much like Liquipel and Dry Wired, HzO aims to nano-coat your device making it waterproof. Now while I don’t know if the other two are limited to water, HzO was demoed being demoed in both Coke and beer. While the Coke left the device a little sticky, otherwise everything continued to work even after
Had a chance to try out the FlyGrip thoroughly on my way home. Very useful. Was able to prop up my phone as an alarm clock and use the grip part while traveling to keep the phone from bouncing out of my hand. Didn’t have any issues sliding it in or out of my pockets
Chris unboxes the new Nexus 7 tablet from the Google Play Store.
Chris unboxes the Kingston Wi-Drive (16GB) that he received at gdgt Live. If you’d like to see a demo of the device in action, please leave a comment below and subscribe.
A demonstration of what’s possible with Intel’s new architecture for phone processors.
One of the coolest things we saw at CES. A coating that essentially makes a waterproof iPhones (or whatever device you have coated).