When Steve and I were at CES, we had the opportunity to hang out with fellow NosillaCastaway Joe LaGreca. While we were talking about the disappointment of the security model for D-Link and their $150 Omna webcam, he mentioned that he uses a little camera called the WyzeCam.
We were intrigued because Joe said the WyzeCam is only $20 plus $5 shipping. But how good could this camera be? Joe showed us a live erityideo feed of his kids’ playroom – and it was pretty darn good. For $20, it was amazing.
Joe cares as much about security as we do (if not more) but since a $150 HomeKit-compatible webcam from a big-name networking company doesn’t guarantee us great security, I have changed my expectations.
Allison interviews Chadi Ghanem from TRAE about the new innovative lamps. Chadi describes how the TRAE team is composed of friendly design and engineering geeks with serious addictions to cool toys and new technology. TRAE has begun designing and producing unique products, starting with lamps. TRAE lamps designs are creative, simple, functional and eye-catching. An example is the cool-looking Luni LED desk lamp that is flexible like a snake and includes both a high-current USB charging port and a Qi-enabled wireless charging platform on its base. The setting is Pepcom at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas. Learn more at http://traeproducts.com/