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NVIDIA Shield

NVIDIA Shield

The NVIDIA Shield is the ultimate Android tablet for gamers. It runs on the worlds fastest mobile processor, the Tegra K1, which taps into the same NVIDIA Kepler architecture that drives full gaming PCs. The Shield tablet comes with Android Kit Kat 4.4, has 2GB of RAM, and 16 GB of internal storage space. It has an 8 inch, full HD 1080 display, and has front-facing stereo speakers.

Sonos Speakers

Sonos Play:5

Sonos is a HiFi speaker system that works together on a dedicated wireless network. It can play music from your own library, or from several other online sources including Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Play, TuneIn, SiriusXM, Songza, and more. You can also stream audio to it from any of your devices. Sonos speakers are easy to set up also -- just connect it to your router and control it wirelessly with the free Sonos controller apps for Android, iOS, Mac, and PC.

Lantronix xPrintServer

Lantronix xPrintServer

The xPrintServer from Lantronix makes more than 4,000 top brand USB and network printers compatible with Apple's iOS devices. It doesn't require any special software to be installed, you can just print using the native print menus on the iPhone or iPad.

LG G Watch with Android Wear

LG G Watch

The LG G Watch, along with Samsung's Gear Live, are the first smart watches running Google's new wearable platform, "Android Wear." This new version of Android was announced in late June at Google's I/O conference, and is designed for small, wearable displays. It delivers notifications from your smartphone, and can even suggest information before you ask, much like Google Now.

Google Cardboard

Google Cardboard

At the 2014 Google I/O conference, Google provided all attendees with a piece of cardboard. When assembled, this piece of cardboard transforms into a virtual reality viewer that uses an Android phone as its display. The goal is to make virtual reality something simple and inexpensive so that everyone can experience it.

Amazon Fire Phone

Amazon Fire Phone

Amazon recently announced its first smartphone, called the Fire Phone. It has a few interesting features that differentiate it from other smartphones on the market, one of which is Dynamic Perspective. The Fire Phone has four sensors on the front that are able to detect the angle at which you're looking at the phone. This means you can tilt and swivel the phone to see more information, and it will change the perspective of things on the screen. Amazon claims that this will keep the display uncluttered, only revealing more information when you need it.

LG G3 Smartphone

LG G3

The G3 is the new flagship smartphone from LG; the successor to last year's G2. It features a Quad HD IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440, and a pixel density of 538ppi. While its still made of lightweight plastic, the G3 has a metallic look. All of the buttons are located on the rear instead of the sides or front, but are more rounded and flatter, in an attempt to make them easier to press.

Sony a7S Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera

Sony a7S

In the Fall of 2013, Sony unveiled a couple of groundbreaking full-frame, mirrorless DSLR cameras: the a7 and a7R. Now Sony has announced the a7S, which is the latest in the Alpha line of mirrorless cameras. Cheif among its new features is its video recording and low-light still shooting capabilities.

NewerTech Universal Drive Adapter

NewerTech Universal Drive Adapter

The Universal Drive Adapter from NewerTech makes it possible to access data from almost any bare drive via a USB 3.0, 2.0, or even 1.1 port. It is compatible with both Mac and PC, and will work with IDE, ATA, ATAPI, and SATA drives. It can take any size drive, and can achieve transfer speeds of 200MB/s.