[CES 2018] These days with smartphone makers starting to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack (there are still some holdouts, but we reckon it will become an eventuality), this means that smartphone users will probably need to start looking for wireless alternatives unless they don't mind dealing with a bunch of dongles.
The good news is that at CES 2018, Sony has unveiled a trio of wireless in-ear headphones that ranges in price points, meaning that you should be able to find a pair that suits your budget. However if there is a feature that they all share, it is that they have an IPX4 rating, meaning that they are essentially sweat-resistant.
Buffalo has unveiled their newest wireless LAN repeater, the WEX-1166DHPS. Designed to extend the radio range of the wireless LAN into out-of-reach areas of the home, the WEX-1166DHPS is equipped with a built-in antenna, a WPS button and 1x wired LAN port, and supports for dual-band WiFi access point (2.4GHz – 300Mbps and 5GHz – 866Mbps).
Panasonic Corp exhibited a flexible lithium-ion (Li-ion) rechargeable battery that can be attached to human body and clothes and embedded in cards at Ceatec Japan 2017, which took place from Oct 3 to 6, 2017, at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
The flexible battery was first announced in September 2016. But, this time, Panasonic reduced its thickness by 0.1mm and demonstrated wireless charging of the battery.
Here comes a new slim ergonomic wireless mouse ‘DN-915000' from Dospara. This vertical mouse (can be operated in a state of natural wrist, so it's easy to work on a computer for a long time) makes use of 2.4GHz radio frequency (works up to 10 meters) and features a 5-button design, a high precision optical sensor and 800/1200/1600dpi resolution (switchable).
Here we have another upcoming wireless optical trackball mouse ‘M-HT1DRBK' from Elecom. Coming in an 8-button design, this ergonomically designed mouse features a 2.4GHz radio frequency (works up to 10 meters), a gaming grade high-performance optical sensor, a built-in trackball (52mm in diameter), OMRON switches in the left and right buttons and a 500/1000/1500dpi resolution (switchable).
Buffalo is satisfied to present their most recent remote mouse, the BSMLW500M. As a component of the Premium Fit arrangement, this quiet mouse makes utilization of 2.4GHz radio recurrence (works up to 10 meters) and elements a 5-catch outline, a laser sensor and a 1000/1600dpi determination (switchable).