Not long ago, I was loaned a Hyundai Palisade SUV by Hyundai Canada so I could write a review of the vehicle's factory sound system. During the week-long review process, I also used the time to review the Nextbase 222 dash cam, which I first saw at CES 2020.
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Richmond Hill, ON-based Target Audio Product has released its new VWL Wall Stand, which is made of formed steel and employs a cantilever wall shelf design. It can accommodate turntables and other components, effectively eliminating mechanical vibrations and footballs.
While 8K is slowly arriving and is far from hitting mainstream just yet, Austere is helping futureproof customers with its new 8K HDMI 2.1 cable.
Bell Media's Crave streaming TV service will become bilingual next week, offering French-language versions of popular HBO Max programming, more Quebec productions, and other HBO series through the French Super Ecran add-on.
TOA Canada Corporation has introduced its 5000 series wireless tuner module, the WTU-M9800, which installs into the back of compatible TOA equipment to add wireless capabilities and reduce rack and shelf space.
Niagara Falls, ON-based HDMI transmitting company Nyrius has launched its Aries Pro+ Wireless HD Video Transmitter and Receiver which allows for streaming 1,080p HD video content from any HDMI source to a TV, projector, or conference room display from up to 165 feet away.
Those who are avid fans of reality TV series can now get their fill through the hayu app, which is launching to all Telus Optik customers in Western Canada.
iRoom has updated its Top iPad docking station with new connectivity options, including Lightning and USB-C, as well as new colour choices.
Raise your hand if you have given your Netflix password to someone else to use, or watch a service like Netflix by using someone else's password? It's not an uncommon occurrence, and it's costing payTV and over-the-top (OTT) operators billions.
Mastercard has unveiled a new augmented reality (AR) app experience for its cardholders, affording a photorealistic AR experience that takes you to a 360-degree virtual environment where a series of portals bring the card benefits to life.
One of my favourite areas to visit at CES every year is the Eureka Park exhibits, which feature innovative and exciting new inventions from start-ups from around the world. It can be overwhelming to sift through and find the hidden gems. But we located a few really interesting ones.