Just a month after launching its new Blaze fitness watch at CES 2016, Fitbit has come out with another new fitness tracker in the form of Alta. While it might have the same form factor as the previously released Flex and Charge wristbands, Alta is built with a number of new features into it.
Taking the market by storm since its debut in 2011, the Casio Exilim TR series is certainly one of the most well-known selfie-oriented point and shoot camera in the market. This coming February, a new model from the series will be making its way to Malaysia in the form of EX-TR70.
It’s a painful truth that smartphone users drop their phones quite regularly. According to a recent Otterbox research, 68% of Malaysian smartphone users would rather live with a cracked screen than spend money fixing it. Owning a smartphone with a glass back cover requires requires twice the amount of care and maintenance, but what happens when the unspeakable happens?
After launching two models in 2014 and 2015, Vertu and Bentley Motors today have launched yet another new device as part of their five-years partnership. However, this particular release is not a brand product though but instead, it is based on the New Signature Touch smartphone that Vertu has launched few months ago.
Other than being on your hands and wrist, Samsung now wants to be a part of your waist. Introducing, the WELT, which is actually short for “Wellness Belt”, and not the red swollen mark you get when you are hit. It looks like any other belt, except that it has an array of sensors built in to track your waistline and more.
As it turns out, the Blade gaming laptop series is not the only product line up within Razer that receives a new family member at CES 2016. Alongside the new Blade Stealth ultrabook and its optional Core external graphics card enclosure, Razer has also launched Nabu Watch at the event.
Despite the hype that was generated by Apple Watch last year, smartwatch has yet to make a major impact in the consumer space. Nevertheless, it still a growing trend as more and more companies start to produced smartwatch with even non-tech companies have begun to take notice of the trend. One such company is Breitling who have just launched its brand new Exospace B55.
Samsung hasn’t had much success in the smartwatch market, but it wasn’t for lack of trying. Its first ever iteration of the Galaxy Gear was groundbreaking (though eventually forgettable), and last year’s Gear S wasn’t that well-received, which could be attributed to its imposing size. The Gear S2, however, changes everything. Not only is it the Korean company’s first-ever circular smartwatch, it can also be paired with a non-Samsung device – something that was never possible with any of its other smartwatches.
While it’s clear that Samsung went back to the drawing board with the Gear S2, is it any good? Well, the answer is anything but simple, although one thing is certain: it’s the smartwatch to beat.
Huawei Malaysia recently posted a teaser image of the Huawei Watch on its Facebook page. Announced at MWC earlier this year, the Huawei Watch is the company’s approach to Android Wear. Combining both style and functionality, the watch does seem like a great smartwatch, it seems the Huawei Watch is ready to make its Malaysian debut.
Fashion brand Fossil has officially launched its range of new smart wearables which were announced back in August at IDF (Intel Developer Forum) 2015,. Collectively known as Fossil Q, they include a smartwatch and several activity trackers cleverly disguised as fashionable bracelets.
According to the legendary 1989 sci-fi movie Back To The Future II, flying cars, tiny reactors, hover boards, food hydrators and many more hi-tech products are supposed to exist by 2015. Some of these predictions did become reality which include the self-lacing shoes that were revealed yesterday by Nike and Michael J. Fox who played Marty McFly in the movie.