Allison interviews Heather Wajer from Whistle about their new GPS pet tracker and activity monitor device. Whistle is a small device that fits on your pet’s collar and is both GPS and cell enabled. Using the device coupled with the Whistle mobile app, you can track your pet’s location and monitor their activity from any location. You can also set up a Whistle zone by choosing your home or other safe area and receive an alert whenever your pet leaves that area so you can begin tracking them on the Whistle map. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor in Las Vegas.
Allison interviews Kristy Burns from Willow about their innovative breast pump. Willow is the only wearable breast pump that fits in your bra, moves with you, and is easy to take with you. Willow tucks inside your bra and works quietly while you go about your day, allowing you to pump without the need for a private place. The pump’s smart design is augmented by Willow’s milk-tracking app. The Willow breast pump will be available in the spring of 2017. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor.
Allison and I got an up-close view of Faraday’s FF91 through one of the engineers who helped designed the car. The FF91 was unveiled at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. Here’s a short video of some exterior views of the FF91 and below are some of the car’s specs:
Allison interviews Sierra Coughlin from iDevices about their range of new home automation products. Sierra focuses on the Instant Switch which is a bluetooth remote light switch. The Instant Switch wirelessly controls any existing iDevices switched product and is HomeKit compatible. The setting is the CES Unveiled show floor.
Allison interviews Christopher Neal from Elgato about their Eve series of wireless indoor and outdoor sensors and controllers. These devices include window/door sensing, motion sensing, indoor and outdoor environmental sensing/control and irrigation sensing/control. All Eve devices can be monitored and controlled though the iOS Eve app. Elgato Eve devices are HomeKit enabled and they interoperate with hubs and products from other companies. The setting is the CES Conference show floor.
Allison interviews Alan Jacobson from Satechi about a range of products all matched to the colors and finishes of Apple’s MacBook, MacBook Pro and iPhone. Alan described a power strip, dock, headphones, headphone stand, Apple Watch charging stand, numeric keypad, mousepad, laptop stand, USB-C disk enclosure, magnetic phone mount and bluetooth presenter, all offered in aluminum, space gray, gold and rose gold colors. The setting is the CES Conference show floor.
Allison interviews Brad Kaminski from Synology about their new Disk Station network attached storage systems. Synology offers a various Disk Station hardware solutions with increasing levels of storage. Synology’s Disk Storage Manager controls the hardware, is browser based and runs on any operating system. Synology’s software is not proprietary and supports disks of all sizes in a single enclosure to maximize use of your available hard drives. Synology’s support is valid through the lifetime of the product at no cost to the user. The setting is the CES Conference show floor.
Allison interviews Daniel Peck from Luma about their new WiFi mesh router. Luma routers are controlled from the Luma iOS or Android app and use BlueTooth LE for easy set-up. A set of three Luma routers is generally sufficient to provide high speed WiFi throughout a normal home. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor.
Allison interviews Jen Warren from Belkin about their new Thunderbolt 3 dock and other products. This dock supports speeds up to 40 Gbps and provides up to 85 Watts of power to your computer while also providing connectivity to other monitors and peripheral devices. The setting is the CES Unveiled show floor.
Allison interviews Ashton Good from Kwikset about their new Premis line of smart locks for home use. Premis smart locks have a capacitive touchscreen and allow you to control and monitor lock status from anywhere using the Premis iOS app and an Apple TV. Premis locks are HomeKit compatible and use Apple’s approved end-to-end encryption to ensure security. The setting is the CES Conference show floor.