Apple released a new, 9.7-inch version of the iPad Pro two weeks ago. It’s an effort to reinvigorate tablet sales, while offering additional features not ever seen on a tablet before…but is it worth your money? In this episode I explain why this is one of the best tablets you can buy.
You can get the iPad Pro 9.7-inch now.
HTC has announced its new flagship Android smartphone in the HTC 10. It's HTC's best Android smartphone to date, and I think could be the best Android phone of 2016. In this episode I bring you my HTC 10 unboxing, and give you a rundown of what I think are the top 5 features of the HTC 10.
I talk about the touch responsiveness of the display, the new BoomSound speaker features, the UltraPixel 2.0 camera, the lack of bloatware, and the fantastic unibody metal build quality.
You can get the HTC 10 now.
At the PIX event in Seattle, I picked up a free Samsung NX500 as a VIP ditcher in the #DitchTheDSLR event. I bring you a look at the Samsung NX500 in this episode, bringing you an unboxing, and full overview of what it can do as a mirrorless camera.
You can get the Samsung NX500 Camera now.
Starting last year with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, Samsung came out swinging in the industrial design department. Gone were the super plasticky smartphones that felt cheap in the hand, and in its place we got metal and glass smartphones that were a sight to behold. Now, the company has launched the follow-ups, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
You can get the Samsung Galaxy S7 now.
This is a look at the Destiny The Taken King legendary edition, which comes with the limited edition white PS4 which has a bunch of Destiny artwork all over it. The Limited Edition bundle includes a 500GB PlayStation 4, a white DualShock 4 controller, a physical copy of Destiny: The Taken King Collector's Edition, and a bunch of Destiny goodies as well.
You can get the Destiny The Taken King legendary edition now.
Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash features an exclusive limited edition Chibi-Robo Amiibo! I bring you an up-close look at the Chibi-Robo Amiibo, as well as the Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash game, which is out now for the Nintendo 3DS family of handheld game consoles.
Chibi-Robo Zip Lash is a new adventure for the power-challenged robot. A fun platformer through and through, Chibi-Robo uses his power cord to gain energy, whiplash enemies, and interact with the game environment. The amiibo unlocks Super Chibi Robo, and can even be used in other supported games as well!
You can get the Chibi-Robo Amiibo bundle now.
Eero is a new player in the home Wi-Fi space, and the company claims that its Home Wi-Fi System can put an end to those Wi-Fi dead zones for good. In the box you'll find three Eero units, one of which needs to be plugged directly into your main router using the included Ethernet cable. Two more units simply need to be plugged into wall power in order portions of your home. The three Eero devices then essentially team up to create one mesh Wi-Fi network in your home that is broadcasted from those three locations, eliminating areas that would otherwise have a weak (or non-existent) Wi-Fi signal. In this episode I open up the Eero Home Wi-Fi System and give you a closer look at the hardware.
You can get the Eero Wi-Fi System now.
Nintendo sent me an early copy of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD bundle, which includes the exclusive Wolf Link amiibo. In this episode, I open up the Twilight Princess bundle, and give you an up-close look at the unique Wolf Link amiibo figure. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is a Wii U remake of the Nintendo GameCube and Wii game, Twilight Princess. It's the second remaster of a Zelda title on the Wii U, following The Wind Waker HD.
Twilight Princess HD features reworked graphics with primarily new textures, giving the game a cleaner look and feel. The original had just a 480p resolution on both the GameCube and Wii, Twilight Princess HD instead has a 1080p resolution, resulting in additional clarity, especially for faraway objects and precise aiming. Most textures in the game are touched up with added details, with notable examples including Link's hair, Zant's armor, and several background textures.
The Seek Reveal is a handheld thermal imager that combines high-performance with thermal insight into a device that fits in the palm of your hand. From up to 500 feet away, you can use the Seek Reveal to detect sources of heat (or sources of heat loss), with a detectable range of -40 to 626 degrees fahrenheit.
The Seek Thermal Reveal has a 206x156 pixel thermal sensor with a 36-degree field of view, viewable on its 240x320 resolution display.
The outside sports a ruggedized, ergonomic casing with a three-button navigation scheme. On the right, there's another button that's used to power on the 300 lumen flashlight. The battery lasts for 11 hours when in use, and images can be captured and stored on the included microSD card.
It's perfect for doing things like finding where clogs are in drains, tracking game while hunting or fishing, discovering sources of heat loss in your home, and much more.
You can order the Seek Thermal Reveal now.
Western Digital's My Book Pro Professional RAID line offers super-fast external storage at really high capacities. The unit itself is a two-drive enclosure and ships with two WD Black hard drives with up to 350MB/s transfer rate. The best part is that it's packing Thunderbolt 2.0 - these two ports allow for 20 Gb/s high-speed workflow. Additionally, you can connect it to your computer with USB 3.0 instead, and it also has a pair of USB 3.0 ports on front for charging and syncing devices!
The WD My Book Pro is RAID-optimized, allowing you to choose between RAID 1, RAID 1, or JBOD, and ships pre-formatted for Mac OS X in RAID 0 config, but can easily be reformatted for PC.
You can order the Western Digital My Book Pro now.
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