Did you miss out on the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last month? If you did, don’t worry. We’ll get you up to speed.
The conference took place in Las Vegas and attracted more than 170,000 attendees from 150 countries for four days. Some of the most influential organizations in the industry, including Dell and Samsung, unveiled new technologies that are going to make 2018 your most productive and innovative year yet.
Countless CES products are going to make waves in the technology industry, but what you need to know is which new technologies are going to affect YOU.
We’ve sifted through all of the products revealed last month, so let’s go over the top five that are going to change the way you work in 2018:
When it’s crunch time, you need a laptop that runs at full optimization and doesn’t send you running to an outlet. Dell unveiled the solution to this with the redesigned XPS 13. The new model sports slimmer measurements and includes Intel’s 8th-generation mobile processors, increasing its performance by 44 percent. The best part? The battery life offers you 19 hours and 46 minutes of unplugged use.
Few things are worse than an office full of employees with long to-do lists and a spotty WiFi connection hindering their completion. If you face this productivity roadblock, the new ASUS Lyra Trio will be a game changer. The dual-band mesh WiFi system consists of three antennae placed in a unique arrangement to help eliminate WiFi dead zones from your office.
Does anyone ever have access to a scanner when they actually need one? Taking a photo of a critical document for a client on your phone, emailing it and saving it is a nuisance, and the image quality is always sacrificed. With just a click from the Pup Pocket Scanner, you can scan, store and share all of your documents with crystal clear resolution from anywhere, in record time.
During the CES conference, Samsung revealed new technology supporting its latest initiative to push towards a future of paperless offices and simpler communication. The Flip is a digital whiteboard that seamlessly integrates with phones and laptops, allowing you to collaborate with even more ease and forget about collecting the 50 sticky notes spread across your current whiteboard.
The future of your business depends on the internet security of your office. The Panasonic HomeHawk, available this April, raises the bar for computer security systems with their over-the-door camera. The camera, mounted over your door, provides HD quality recording from a birds-eye-view.
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