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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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Dyson has introduced the new Lightcycle Morph, an intelligent light that, as the name implies, can morph to accomplish different things based on natural daylight and what you're doing.
San Diego, CA-based Fluidra has introduced two new robotic pool cleaners to its line-up: the Polaris Alpha iQ+ and the Alpha iQ (depicted here is the existing Polaris 9650iQ Sport 4WD robotic pool cleaner.)
Evolution Home Corporation has announced the appointment of Greg Peterson as the company's Sales Representative for British Columbia. The appointment will be effective February 1, 2020.
uBreakiFix ended off 2019 with the opening of 14 new locations in its fourth quarter, bringing its total footprint to 559 stores in Canada and the U.S.
Not even a week after Sonos announced that it would be ending software updates and support for its older "legacy" products, including the Bridge and Gen-1 Play:5, the company is changing its tune following massive consumer backlash.
Racepoint Energy, sister company to Savant, has acquired Noon Home, including its residential lighting control innovations.
BluOS is now a mature streaming and multiroom platform, with Bluesound as is its lead brand. Its ecosystem includes compatible products like wireless speakers, soundbar/subwoofer combos, and streaming amplifiers made by manufacturers like Rotel, NAD, Dali, and a slew of other boutique brands. As a platform, BluOS has a reputation (and rightfully so) for sound quality above all rivals.
Theory Audio Design, a new loudspeaker company, is coming out of the gate with its first seven products, which are all now shipping worldwide.
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.
Best Buy Canada's School Tech Grant program has awarded more than $110,000 to 10 secondary schools across Canada, providing them with new computers and digital devices.