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Korg Unveils Flagship Prologue Synth at werd.com

Korg Unveils Flagship Prologue Synth

Posted in Audio & Speakers and Tech

The new flagship Prologue synthesizers from Korg have been a long time coming and they’re rolling out two powerful analog models, both with full-size keyboards: the 16-voice 61-key prologue-16, and the eight-voice 49-key prologue-8. They are both pro-level, multi-mode, polyphonic machines equipped to produce the next generation of out-of-this-world sound.

Nintendo Introduces DIY Robots For the Switch System at werd.com

Nintendo Introduces DIY Robots For the Switch System

Posted in Gadgets and Tech

Designed to add another dimension to its Switch game console, Nintendo has created a range of DIY robots. These new accessories called Nintendo Labo are made of cardboard and encourage kids to not only get more hands-on and interactive while playing the Switch system, they also allow users to engage in more creative and tactile gameplay.

Bourge Design’s Venus Wireless Charger is a Work Of Art at werd.com

Bourge Design’s Venus Wireless Charger is a Work Of Art

Posted in Gadgets and Portable and Tech

Made of glass and aluminum, the Venus wireless charger from Bourge Design looks more like a piece of modern sculpture than a device to power up your phone; but that’s what it does. It’s a 10W Qi charger that delivers fast-charge capability, USB-C charging plus an additional USB-C port. An LED indicator lets you know you’re connected.

Vestaboard Shares Your Messages Mechanically at werd.com

Vestaboard Shares Your Messages Mechanically

Posted in Gadgets and Tech

Like those classic schedule signs in the train stations of Europe, the Vestaboard is a mechanical display that scrolls rapidly through wheels of characters, stopping to create each new message. With Vestaboard you can share your messages, plus calendars, and a whole range of other display functions directly from your phone. Get messages, share updates, and run apps like Twitter, Envoy, and Google Calendar, and see it all up there on the wall. It measures 37” X 21” and is 3.1” deep.

This Gimbal Turns Your Phone Into a Cinematic Camera at werd.com

This Gimbal Turns Your Phone Into a Cinematic Camera

Posted in Photography and Tech

The Osmo Mobile 2 is a handheld smartphone gimbal designed to capture & share cinematic movement with incredible ease. Using a lightweight design, it offers intelligent functions and modes to create seamless panoramics, timelapse, motionlapse, hyperlapse, and super-slow-mo as well as offering one-button zoom control. Battery life is 15 hours.

One Card For All Your Payments: The Dynamics Wallet Visa Card at werd.com

One Card For All Your Payments: The Dynamics Wallet Visa Card

Posted in Gadgets and Tech

Visa teamed up with a company called Dynamics to create a card that allows you to make payments from multiple sources, all from the same piece of plastic. Their Connected Dynamics Wallet Visa card stores info for multiple cards and features an embedded 65K-pixel display powered by a mobile phone chip, giving you the freedom to pay from one account here, and another one next time, while displaying account info on the card.

Portable Power: Incase’s IconConnected Power Sleeve at werd.com

Portable Power: Incase’s IconConnected Power Sleeve

Posted in Portable and Tech

With a built-in 14,000 mAh battery, the IconConnected Power Sleeve from Incase will deliver enough juice for two full recharges of your MacBook Pro and other devices and its all packed into a standard-size sleeve. It features both a USB-C port and USB-A port and will be available later this year in 13-inch & 15-inch sizes.

Razer Unveils HyperFlux Wireless Charging Mouse at CES at werd.com

Razer Unveils HyperFlux Wireless Charging Mouse at CES

Posted in Computers and Tech

If your mouse doesn’t offer wireless charging, what are you waiting for? The gaming geeks at Razer have upgraded their offerings with the new Mamba HyperFlux mouse and Firefly HyperFlux mouse pad. The mouse is charged entirely by the mouse pad and with no battery inside, it’s much lighter. Plus, a built-in Micro-USB port allows you to plug directly in and use even when you’re away from your mouse pad. Available as a bundle sometime in Q1.

Sennheiser Unveils High-End HD 820 Headphones at werd.com

Sennheiser Unveils High-End HD 820 Headphones

Posted in Audio & Speakers and Tech

This week at CES, Sennheiser unveiled its update to the popular high-end 800 S series headphones: the HD 820. The open-back design features a metal over-ear can with a Gorilla Glass window putting the internals on display. The headband and ear-pads are a mix of synthetic leather and microfiber and it uses an over-sized 4.4mm audio-in plug to reduce distortion.

Wireless My Passport Drive Makes Mobile Backups Easier at werd.com

Wireless My Passport Drive Makes Mobile Backups Easier

Posted in Computers and Tech

The My Passport Wireless SSD is an all-in-one portable drive designed to backup and store your photos and video files more easily. It features a one-touch copy button that lets you quickly back up photos and video at speeds up to 65MB/s with the built in SD card reader or the integrated USB port without the need for a laptop or software. It also creates its own 802.11ac WiFi connection so you can wirelessly connect to the drive to view photos or stream 4K video.

LG Introduces New 4K Ultra HD Home Projector at werd.com

LG Introduces New 4K Ultra HD Home Projector

Posted in Tech and Television

LG continues its push to rule the realm of home projectors with the new HU80K. This model can create a 150-inch screen at an amazing 2,500 lumens, making this LG’s brightest projector which also supports HDR content. A pair of built-in 7W speakers creates an immersive audio experience without the need for external soundbars or speakers.

‘The Wall’ is Samsung’s Latest Big-Screen Innovation at werd.com

‘The Wall’ is Samsung’s Latest Big-Screen Innovation

Posted in Tech and Television

Every year, big screens are a big part of the CES hype. This year, Samsung is snagging headlines for their 146-inch 4K display called simply, “The Wall” that utilizes not LCD, not OLED but, wait for it… MicroLED. This technology is like tiny-tiny lightbulbs used to combine each pixel in the screen’s display, we can only assume that it’s awesome. No word yet on pricing or availability.