CES 2012 – The One Keyboard To Run Both Computer and iPhone

January 17, 2012

If you’re like me, you use both your computer and iPhone at the same time. Given a choice, I will pick typing on my computer keyboard over using the tiny multitouch display of the iPhone. Some people will buy an extra Bluetooth keyboard to use with their iOS devices, but the cost can be hard […]

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CES 2012 – Hooking Up with The Skunk Juice Booth Babes

January 17, 2012

The Skunk Juice booth at CES had a lot of hot women wearing low cut t-shirts that read “Wanna hook up?” on the back. What guy could possibly resist that kind of invitation? Unfortunately for the nerdy dudes at CES, the girls weren’t offering the kind of hook ups they were wet dreaming about. Originally […]

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CES 2012 – How To Turn Your iPad Into a DJ Mixing Station

January 17, 2012

The iRig MIX by IK Multimedia is the world’s first mobile mixer for iOS devices like the Apple iPad. iRig MIX offers the same controls you would expect from a professional DJ mixer (crossfader, cues, EQ and volume controls, etc.) in an ultra-compact mobile mixer that can be used with a huge variety of iOS […]

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CES 2012 – 12,000 Watt Car Audio Amp

January 17, 2012

The Cadence ZA12KW is a big 12,000 watt audio amp. Yes, you read that right: 12,000 Watts! Now you might wonder what kind of speaker needs 12,000 watts to run? Cadence has the answer. The Cadence DCX34W is a 34-Inch Dual 2 Ohm Subwoofer. It weighs over 250 pounds and can play down to a […]

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CES 2012 – The Ultimate Workstation

January 17, 2012

If you want to make your workstation the envy of your peers, then the Emperor 1510 by MWE Labs will do it for you. The station holds up to three 24″ monitors and retails for $6,300. With the signature Emperor scorpion shape and outline, a highly stable steel structure, tilting capabilities, integrated audio system, LED […]

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CES 2012 – iPhone 5 To Be Waterproof?

January 17, 2012

While walking the CES show floor, we came across a company call HzO. They make a technology that allows manufacturers to waterproof their devices. How Does It Work? WaterBlock is a chemical vapor deposition that blankets vital electronic circuitry with a nano-thin film containing highly effective, water-repelling properties. When applied, it is transparent and creates […]

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