Smartphones, Drones, Tech Gadgets Abound at GetGeeked Show

1 - Smartphones, Drones, Tech Gadgets Abound at GetGeeked Show
2 - Music on the Go with the Clip Sport Plus
3 - Amazon’s Alexa Has a New friend, Yumi
4 - Sprimo Labs Air Purifier Gets More Personal Than Most Models
5 - Vinci Delivers a Smarter Headphone
6 - Acronis' Backup Software Stores Your Facebook Profile
7 - Cricket Wireless Jumps on the Virtual Reality Bandwagon
8 - Sengled Has a Bright Idea for Light Bulbs
9 - Get There in Style with Linky Electric Longboard
10 - PowerEgg May Be the Best-Protected Drone on the Market
11 - RCA Has Tablets with Super Low Prices
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Smartphones, Drones, Tech Gadgets Abound at GetGeeked Show

You could find everything from smartphones to electric skateboards for the geek in your life at the recent GetGeeked consumer device event in San Francisco.

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Music on the Go with the Clip Sport Plus

Sandisk has a nifty portable music player for athletes or anyone on the move. The Clip Sport Plus is a Bluetooth device with a built-in FM radio, color LCD display and storage for up to 4,000 songs (16GB). It’s also water-resistant and can play for up to 20 hours on a single charge. Price is $60 for a red, blue or black model.

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Amazon’s Alexa Has a New friend, Yumi

Yumi from Omate is touted as the world’s first home robot powered by Android and Alexa artificial intelligence. The portable robot can help with homework or your budget (e.g., it can answer spoken math problems) and sports a 5-inch touch-screen display that doubles as the robot’s face. You can move Yumi around with a remote control.

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Sprimo Labs Air Purifier Gets More Personal Than Most Models

While most air purifiers can take hours to clean the air in an entire room, the Sprimo Tabletop Air Purifier focuses on delivering clean air quickly and quietly in the more immediate area of the user. Sprimo could be of great help to allergy sufferers and anyone who wants to breathe cleaner air.

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Vinci Delivers a Smarter Headphone

The stylish Vinci headphone sports a little touch-panel on one side that controls the volume. A little swipe up to increase the volume or down to lower the volume. The intelligent headphones also respond to voice commands—tell it what you want to hear—thanks to what the company says is “a world-class voice recognition engine.”

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Acronis' Backup Software Stores Your Facebook Profile

Not everyone is diligent about backing up their computer files, but when your computer crashes or some other calamity hits, you’ll be glad you did. Acronis has added a new backup feature to its Acronis True Image 2017. The comprehensive local and cloud backup software package also now backs up your Facebook profile, saving precious photos and posts, should anyone hack or even accidently delete items from your account.

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Cricket Wireless Jumps on the Virtual Reality Bandwagon

The wireless provider is bundling the Alcatel IDOL 4 Android smartphone with a free set of virtual reality goggles for a total price of $149.99—or $99.99 if you switch numbers from another carrier—and no annual contract for wireless service. The phone sports several high-end features including a 5.2-inch full-HD display; dual, multi-directional speakers; and dual cameras both with flash and wide-angle imaging.

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Sengled Has a Bright Idea for Light Bulbs

You won’t be left in the dark if your house or office has an Everbright light bulb from Sengled. That’s because the Everbright bulb includes an internal rechargeable battery designed to keep the light shining up to 3.5 hours after a power failure.

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Get There in Style with Linky Electric Longboard

The Linky longboard may be the future of skateboards. The electric longboard can go 9.3 miles when charged and has a top speed of 18.6 miles per hour. There’s a remote control to steer and manage your ride and LED headlight. Perhaps best of all, the 10.8-pound board folds for easy transport. It also comes with a stylish carrying bag.

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PowerEgg May Be the Best-Protected Drone on the Market

Drones continue to grow in popularity and so does the innovation behind them. PowerVision has a new idea to protect the blades and rest of the device from breaking: The company’s PowerEgg drone actually folds into a hard shell egg-shaped casing for easy transport and fits neatly into a dish-like display when you’re not using it.

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RCA Has Tablets with Super Low Prices

RCA has a line of low-priced Android tablets that include a keyboard. Voyager, a 7-inch Android model that comes with 16GB storage is at the low end of the line, while at the high end is the Pro12, featuring a 12.2-inch screen, detachable keyboard and 64GB of storage for $279. There also are 7-, 10-, and 11-inch models available.

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