The new Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have several improvements over the original Pixel that was launched last year. Among the updates is the camera, which got the highest rating of any smartphone camera from DxO-Mark with a score of 98. It can take impressive photos in any lighting, and it can accomplish this with the help of Google’s computational photography and machine learning. It also includes “Portrait Mode” which blurs the background of the subject, and it works on both the front facing and rear facing cameras.
iPhone X (pronounced "ten") is a completely redesigned smartphone that follows the latest trend of getting rid of bezels. It features a brand new OLED screen that goes all the way to the edges. This means there is no longer a Home button at the bottom — instead you swipe up from the bottom of the screen to return to the home screen, and swipe up and pause to enter the app switcher.
Tiny Hardware Firewall is a simple and effective way to keep your devices and data safe when using WiFi hotspots. This is especially useful when traveling, because using a public hotspot can broadcast your identity and traffic to anyone else on the network. Any of the three Tiny Hardware Firewall products will keep others from knowing the content of your internet traffic, your identity, IP address, DNS requests, or your physical location. This protection works for anything connected to the WiFi hotspot it provides, including Apple Watch, phones, tablets, and laptops.
The Apple Watch Series 3 was recently released, and its marquee feature is cellular connectivity with LTE. You can now answer calls, use Siri to send messages, stream music, get notifications from apps, and more while leaving your iPhone behind.
Apple's iPhone 8 and 8 Plus feature a new all-glass design that is color matched with an aluminum band surrounding it. The glass back allows for wireless charging, and iPhone 8 supports the Qi standard that is compatible with many third party charging mats that are already available.
The Mavic Pro is one of DJI's premiere portable drones, able to be controlled with the remote controller's OcuSync technology from 7 km away. It can fly at 65 km/h and supports 4K Ultra HD video at 30 fps (stabilized by a 3-axis gimbal), as well as video streaming at 1080p and 720p. The ActiveTrack feature allows the camera to Trace, Profile, or "Spotlight" the subject while flying smoothly around it. FlightAutonomy allows it to avoid obstacles 15 m in front of it while flying up to 22 mph.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 8, like the Galaxy S8, has eliminated most of the bezel giving it a larger 6.3" screen, which Samsung refers to as the Infinity Display. It still fits comfortably in your hand, because of its symmetric curves and the 18.5:9 aspect ratio which gives it a narrow body. The Home button is embedded underneath the Infinity Display so it stays hidden until it is needed.
Lenovo's T470s ThinkPad is a powerful14" business laptop. It's a more rugged machine that can be configured with a high performance processor that boasts all-day battery life, along with lots of storage and RAM. It weighs around 2.9 lbs.
The T470s comes with the 7th generation of Intel Core processors. It can be configured with an i7 processor up to 3.9 GHz, however it does throttle the speed of it when it reaches a certain temperature. This may not be as much of an issue with an i5 processor. It comes with up to 1TB of fast SSD storage, and up to 20GB of DDR4 memory.
The KidsConnect Phone is a very limited, compact phone that makes it easy for parents to keep track of their kids. It is equipped with only 4 speed dial numbers, as well as a 20 number phone book. These pre-programmed numbers are the only numbers that the child can call as well as being the only numbers that can call the phone.
The KidsConnect Phone is GPS equipped, which allows real-time tracking of the phone via the Android or iOS app, or on any web enabled device. Parents can also see where their children have been with the location history feature.
The Nest Cam IQ is an intelligent indoor camera that connects to your Wi-Fi. It runs on a six core processor, so it can do things like identify if something is a person, animal, or an object. You can even add "familiar faces" (with a Nest Aware subscription) so that it'll send you alerts when it sees or hears someone it recognizes.