CESpotlight 2015: Cameras

CES 2015 was all about every possible gadget under the sun, including cameras. However, there has been a growing trend of more compact photo-imaging devices rather than the bulky DSLRs. And of course, drones are picking up. This trend of smaller cameras might ...

CESpotlight 2015: Razer

Gaming peripherals giant Razer has a few goodies of their own for CES 2015, and some of them can be game-changers. Razer has been synonymous to high-end gaming and premium products. Whether it’s a gaming mouse with a slew of extra buttons for added control ...

CESpotlight 2015: Kodak

Kodak hasn’t really been in anyone’s radars in a while. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2012, then came back with a ‘different vision’ in 2013, and most recently released a somewhat lackluster smartphone lens attachment in 2014. So it comes as a great surp...

CESpotlight 2015: Toshiba

Toshiba has shown off quite a few new and refreshed devices this year at CES 2015 including a new laptop-tablet hybrid targeted at competing against the Surface Pro 3, a refreshed line of tablets, a new set of portable hard drives, a new wireless data transfer...

CESpotlight 2015: ASUS

Two smartphones, three laptops. Here are what ASUS is offering on a silver plate at this year's CES. Is it that simple? We wish. It's actually three ultra-thin, laptop that transforms into a tablet, a smartphone that transforms into a camera, and a new flagshi...

CESpotlight 2015: ZTE

Sure, all eyes were on the big brands like Samsung and Lenovo for this year's Consumer Electronics Show, but we didn't forget about the other, less popular brands. Take ZTE for example. The gadgets company certainly did not bring a dozen different versions of ...

CESpotlight 2015: LG

Every year LG is one of the most anticipated brands during CES. Their reveal events have always been extravagant and their products either impressive or promising. This year they’ve focused greatly on their giant and curved displays but they also haven’t forgo...