Three Of The Best Products Unveiled At CES 2017
As usual, the Consumer Electronics Show, one of the biggest and most highly anticipated annual consumer electronics trade events, set the stage for some of the best and most exciting products and technologies to hit the tech world this year. These are the top five products from the recently concluded CES 2017.
Kanex GoPower USB-C Battery for MacBook
9to5 Mac dubbed this the best Mac accessory launched at this year's CES. While most of the new MacBook add-ons introduced at CES 2017 focused on retrofitting Apple's new laptops, the Kanex GoPower USB-C battery for MacBook is all about the future and embraces the new USB-C. The external battery packs in 15,000 mAh of battery, which can recharge the 12-inch MacBook twice on a single charge. It features priority charging, allowing owners to charge their MacBooks while the GoPower USB-C battery is connected to a wall adapter.
Willow Smart Breast Pump
Engadget gave this high-tech breast pump both the Best Digital Health and Fitness Product award and the Best Wearable award. First off, the outlet acknowledged the rarity of such a female-centric device being launched in a tech world that is basically dominated by men. The smart breast pump from Willow is bra-worn, requires no outlets, and is ultra-portable, which means that breastfeeding moms won't have to be tethered to a wall socket to pump at the office. In addition, the breast pump comes with a companion app that lets moms - and dads - monitor their child's nutrition.
Razer Project Valerie
In the laptop category, Razer's Project Valerie is hands down the most impressive. Gamers will soon rejoice at the thought of playing in front of three 4K displays while using just one computer. The "immersive 12K surround view gaming" comes with three 17.3-inch displays with a total of 11526 x 2160 pixel resolutions.
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