CES 2015 Stories August 18, 2015

expiredSamsung T1 500GB USB 3.0 Portable Solid-State Drive: $180 shipped (Reg. $200+)

Newegg offers the Samsung T1 500GB USB 3.0 Portable Solid-State Drive for $199.99. Applying coupon code EMCAWKW24 drops the final price to $179.99 shipped. Today’s price is $70 off the original MSRP, $20 better than the going rate/Amazon and the lowest offering that we’ve seen.

This portable solid-state drive has received high praises from Amazon customers since being released at CES earlier this year. Features include read/write speeds up to 450MB/s, AES 256-bit encryption, USB 3.0 connectivity and a three-year warranty.

CES 2015 Stories January 8, 2015


Over at CES in Las Vegas, high-end audio maker Bang & Olufsen is taking personal home audio to a whole new level of design this year and that’s saying a lot based on what we’ve seen before. In fact, B&O is setting the stage for a showdown later this summer with the whole-home audio king, SONOS. For the time being, the focus is on a whole new way to interact with your personal music and B&O is bringing the wood with its new Beosound Moment.

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Dyson is already considered to be a leader in innovative home products with its line of hot + cool fans and upright/stick bagless vacuums. After approximately $12 million dollars in development, the company is now ready to reveal its latest premium Cinetic vacuum…

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CES 2015 Stories January 5, 2015

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CES 2015 is now in full swing with a number of companies announcing new and interesting products. One of which is Roku, who has so far announced a series of new Roku TVs and deeper 4K Ultra HD content support across the board.

Not only is the company planning to support 4K for future Roku TV models, the company has also teamed up with online content powerhouse Netflix to offer 4K content on Roku’s streaming boxes/sticks in the future. As 4K TV prices plummet, both companies are looking to offer solid Ultra HD solutions for their customers, something Roku believes is instrumental in the overall adoption of higher resolution content.

Head below for more details on the new Roku TVs and future 4K support for the platform:

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CES 2015 Stories December 22, 2014


When it comes to multi-room wireless speaker systems, the conversation has started and ended with SONOS in recent years. They’ve managed to create a fail-safe system that features a solid mesh network and offers a wide variety of streaming services. But as CES 2015 rapidly approaches LG has set its sights on SONOS with its new line of Music Flow wireless speakers.

But LG does offer a specific feature with one of its new speakers that even Sonos cannot claim….

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