CES, the all-consuming tech commerce present, took over Las Vegas this week. Convention halls and accommodations had been jam full of shiny gizmos, bleeding-edge know-how, and dazzling units. Of course, our intrepid Gadget Lab reporters had been there within the midst of all of it.
This week on the present, Mike and Lauren discuss with WIRED digital director Brian Barrett at CES. They’ll information you thru the glitzy extravaganza, from folding laptops to high-tech intercourse toys, and spotlight the traits which will quickly discover their method inside a gadget close to you.
Check out our roundup of the very best of CES here. Read extra in regards to the introduction of intercourse toys at CES here. Read extra about Lenovo’s folding laptop computer here. Be positive to comply with our CES coverage to take a look at all of the cool stuff we didn’t get to speak about.
After spending every week in a lodge room on the conference in Las Vegas, the crew shares their favourite ideas for enterprise journey. Lauren recommends carrying a Swell bottle and saving cocktail hour till the tip of the journey. Brian recommends dissolving Nuun tabs in your water. Mike recommends investing in an Aeropress Go and a collapsible travel kettle.
Lauren Goode could be discovered on Twitter @LaurenGoode. Brian Barrett is @brbarrett. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the primary hotline at @GadgetLab. The present is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). Our consulting government producer is Alex Kapelman (@alexkapelman). Our theme music is by Solar Keys.
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