This week Reviewed.com is at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, bringing you all of the most important and exciting developments in technology. Here’s a roundup of what we’ve been covering today.
Third-party lensmaker and occasional camera manufacturer Sigma is here at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, and they’ve got some new wares on display. Chief among them is the Sigma DP3 Merrill, the third in their line of fixed-lens, single-focal premium compact cameras. Launching alongside are two revamped DSLR lenses. Read More
Linux-based operating system Ubuntu debuted on mobile phones and smartphones. While it’s unclear how this operating system will fare against Android—which is also a Linux variant—what is clear is that there are many people who aren’t satisfied with the relative duopoly on smartphone operating systems, and they want more options. Read More
Sony’s press conference on the even of the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show was a little more subdued than normal. Gone were the big reveals and celebrity sightings. Instead, Sony had one very consistent message: 4K video is the future, and Sony’s ready to serve up all the 4K you can possibly handle. Read More
Amidst all the bright sounds, flashing lights, and pounding music at this year’s Digital Experience, one of the most intriguing items on display was a vibrating fridge.Yep, you read that correctly: a vibrating fridge— so called because we could only feel the music it was playing over the din of the various exhibitors and the tunes spun by none other than DJ Run. Read More
Sony’s new “Personal Content Station” stores user content and streams it to any device on a home network through NFC technology. Through one tap of a mobile device, users can deposit content in one central location. Read More
Whirlpool showcased their Art Gallery Collection, offering consumers the ability to order colorful panels to go over the front of the front of their range hood. Already a popular option in France, these hoods bring a new design element to the kitchen. Read More
This week, we looked at a great side-by-side fridge, rounded up our favorite grills just in time for summer, a great entry-level system camera, a high-end camcorder with a projector, and how IR blasters make your home theater even more convenient. Read More...
This week, we reviewed the Cinderella of dishwashers, a high-performance washer-dryer set from Electrolux, a Sony waterproof camera that gave us uncomfortable deja vu, and a mid-range Samsung TV. We helped you pick Mother’s Day gifts, too. Read More...
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