Allison interviews Richard Liang from Kanex about their new portable charger for the Apple Watch, iPhone and other devices. The charger has an Apple Watch inductive charger built into it and it contains a battery with 4000 mAh of charge. The Apple Watch charger will be available at the end of Q1 2016. The setting is the CES 2016 show floor in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Allison interviews Ernesto Villalpando from Solos about their new smart eyewear for cycling. Solos are designed for elite cyclists, trainers and coaches to maximize real-time data without compromising the human mechanics of riding. Solos combines the power of mobile devices and state-of-the-art lightweight smart glasses so that riders can tap their full potential. Solos will be available by June, 2016. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience show floor in the Mirage hotel.
Allison interviews Gabriel Della-Monica from Smart and Blue about their new Hydrao smart shower head. The Hydrao indicates when you’ve exceeded the amount of water you’ve set by blinking colored lights on the shower head. The accompanying Hydrao mobile app allows you to set your desired water usage for each shower and to see your water usage levels per day, month, or year. Hydro is available now in France and will be available in the U.S. in September 2016. The setting is the CES Unveiled show floor in the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
Allison interviews Sabrina Krim from Urbanears about their new colorful sports headphones. Sabrina shows Allison their Hellas model that are over-ear headphones with Bluetooth connectivity to your mobile device. Hellas headphones have a detachable headband and detachable ear cups to make them easy to wash for the active wearer. The setting is the CES Unveiled show floor in the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
Allison interviews Carine Coulm from Belty about their new line of Good Vibes belts. Belty Good Vibes communicates through vibrations that help you take immediate actions in real-time to improve your wellness. Suggested activities include increasing your walking pace, drinking more water and even taking a power nap along with several others. Belty is equipped with a mobile app that provides daily feedback. The app allows you to customize activities based on your preferences. The setting is the CES Unveiled show floor in the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
Allison interviews Clayton Alexander from Ember about their new smart mug. Ember will heat up or cool down your beverage to reach a temperature that you set by twisting the bottom of the mug. It also displays the actual temperature of your beverage on the front of the mug and will maintain your desired temperature for two hours on the go or all day when used with its charging coaster. Ember is a connected device that can be used on its own or with Ember’s smartphone or smartwatch app. Ember will be available in May, 2016. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience show floor in the Mirage hotel.
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.