Thursday, February 4, 2016

CES 2016: Are you Ditto-worthy?

"It would even be good for church."  Hey, The Grommet just sold The Donald!

The Best Tech Gadgets at CES 2016.  (Huffington Post, 2/3/2016)
Discreet placements demonstrated in video.  Ditto is a tiny, discreet wearable that alerts you with a vibration each time you receive an important message. You can choose which SMS senders and callers warrant an alert, so if you're at the gym and don't want to be bothered except from your spouse or kids, your boss's phone call will be ignored.

More than half of Amazon reviewers give this $39.95 gadget a 5-star review.  There are, however, more than a few naysayers.  18, to be exact,  Their primary complaint:  battery life.

Simple Matters homepage.

Other CES 2016 posts:
Triby (tri-bee) takes you back to the days of the family phone.  (2/4/2016)
ODG R-7 smartglasses.  (1/24/2016)
Withings Thermo smart thermometer.  (1/24/2016)
SensorWake alarm clock (you'll need to lobby for bacon).  (1/23/2016)
Dear Panasonic, This transparent LCD display promo does not fill me with anticipation and excitement.  (1/18/2016)
All, if not much more, than most of us will ever need to know about the Vert wearable jump tracker.  (1/17/2016)  Be George Jetson: Ehang 184 AAV drone at CES2016.  (1/14/2016)
Virtual reality porn ('full immersion for the adult experience').  (1/14/2016)
'Crazy, trippy' OLED rollable TV.  (1/14/2016)
ModiFace mirror.  (1/14/2016)
A personal bartender available in multiple colors.  (1/10/2016)
Wearable translator.  (1/10/2016)
Samsung KS9500 SUHD 4K TV with stunning natural curves.  (1/8/2016)
Be your own home brewer the easy way with Pico Brew Micro Brewer.  (1/8/2016)
Daqri smart helmet.  (1/8/2016)
This shower head tells you when your time is up.  (1/7/2016)
According to this HairMax instructional video, 82 medical-grade lasers will put a smile on your face.  (1/6/2016)
You may or may not get a charge out of the Digitsole Smartshoe.  (1/6/2016)
Enrich your family life with this Samsung Smart Family Hub Fridge.  (1/6/2016)

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