Allison interviews Braydon Moreno from Robo about their new 3D printers. Braydon demod Robo’s first printer, the R1+, as well as their subsequent R2 with full 3D print capability, and the R2 mini. Robo differentiates themselves from other 3D printer companies by bringing content to the consumer such as kits to help users print and build useful objects. An example is a kit to 3D print and assemble a working guitar. Another example is a kit to print and assemble a functional prosthetic hand. Robo facilitates donations of printed prosthetic hands to people in need around the world. The R2 mini will be available in the May 2016 time frame. The setting is the CES ShowStoppers show floor in the Wynn Hotel.
Allison interviews Arika Bunfill from Suitable Technologies about their new Beam Smart Presence system. Beam allows you to interact with remote locations by coupling high-end video and audio with the freedom of motion to move about a space. The Beam App connects you to all of your Beams, wherever they are, to call into and drive any Beam. The BeamPro (shown here) and the Beam+ are available for purchase now. The setting is the CES 2016 show floor in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Allison interviews Neal Pecchenino about the new Ditto clip-on wearable device. Ditto is a simple and discrete device that provides vibrations to notify the wearer of incoming calls or messages. Using the Ditto app, the user pre-selects a unique vibration pattern for each caller or message sender. The app then notifies the wearer with the vibration pattern for the person calling or messaging. Ditto is durable, waterproof, and can be discretely clipped onto your clothing. Ditto is available now.
Allison interviews Frankie Smith from SureCall about their new EZ-4G cell signal booster. The EZ-4G system boosts 3G and 4G cell phone signals including voice and data so you can stay better connected in more locations within your home or office. The EZ-4G will be available at the end of January, 2016. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience show floor in the Mirage hotel.
Allison interviews Dmitry Kozko from IC Real Tech about their new ALLie full spherical camera. The ALLie camera has no blind spots and can stream live to VR headsets. ALLie cameras come in a home security version available now and a portable version (ALLie Go) available in mid 2016. The setting is the CES Unveiled show floor in the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
Allison interviews Nicholas Smith from Brydge about their new keyboards specifically designed for iPads of all types. Brydge makes aluminum keyboards with backlit keys and a 180 deg hinge for the iPad mini 1, 2, 3 & 4, the iPad Air and Air 2 and the iPad Pro. When these keyboards are mated with an iPad, the result is very MacBook in appearance.
Allison interviews Vincent Mons from PIQ about their new Multi-Sport Sensor and sport specific accessories. The PIQ sensor can track performance metrics of various sports including golf, tennis, skiing and others. The sport specific accessory works with the sensor to capture data and send it to your smartphone. The athlete can measure, track, and even compete with their friends in real time as the PIQ accessory displays information instantly to their smart phone. The setting is the CES ShowStoppers show floor in the Wynn Hotel.
Allison interviews Chris Stroud from Owlet about their new Smart Sock for babies. Smart Sock fits snugly on your baby’s foot and monitors their heart rate and oxygen levels while they sleep. Using the Owlet iOS app, Smart Sock will alert you if your baby stops breathing. The setting is the CES ShowStoppers show floor in the Wynn Hotel.
Allison interviews Sarah Windham from Black+Decker about their new Smartech power tools. Smartech provides a Bluetooth connection from the power tool’s battery to a mobile app which shows battery charge, location and health and allows the user to lock on and off the battery for safety. Black+Decker Smartech batteries and the accompanying app will be available in the summer of 2016. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience show floor in the Mirage hotel.
Allison interviews Raymond Troung from IOGEAR about their new USB type C adapters and hubs. IOGEAR has just about every adapter you would need to connect your USB-C devices with other peripherals. Among other devices, Raymond showed Allison their new USB-C docking station which will be available in Feb 2016 for $249. The setting is the CES 2016 show floor in the Las Vegas Convention Center.