Looking Forward to Technology | CES 2020
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CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. The Conference and Expo CES is the world's gathering place for the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years.

Here are some of the technologies and devices we're looking forward to seeing at this year's show:

Realtime, Two-Way Vocal Translator

Pocketalk, is unveiling a new version of its Pocketalk two-way translator device. 

Pocketalk is a two-way translation device designed to translate full conversations, even in noisy environments. Pocketalk recognizes 74 different languages in more than 130 countries and regions. The company promises that, "by utilizing the best translation engines from around the world, Pocketalk provides a consistently accurate experience by picking up localized dialects and slang."

The redesigned device inclides a large touchscreen, two speakers, noise-cancelling microphones, and a text-to-translate camera.

Other key features include:

  • Smaller size: lighter and more compact for easier travel
  • Larger screen: 16% larger touch surface for additional clarity
  • Camera: instantly recognizes and translates text, the written word and signs, because language shouldn't be limited to just verbal communication
  • Conversion: computes exchanges for currency, length, width and temperature
  • Faster: increased software processing speed for more immediate translations
  • More connected: with support for a wider mobile band, users will notice a stronger data signal across the world
  • One-button translation: for simple translations in fewer steps

It is available for pre-order now for an MSRP of $299 (in gold, white and black).

A Better Way to Raise Your Monitor

Allsop Ergoriser

We've all done it...We've all put our computer monitor on a book (and in the case of many of our readers probably a law school textbook) to raise it up to a more comfortable height. Allsop offers a better (and better-looking) way to make your desk more ergonomically correct. 

Allsop's new Ergoriser monitor stand is a sturdy (up to 20 lbs capacity) monitor stand that features a modern, sleek design that also allows you to store your laptop, keyboard, or office supplies underneath it (unlike that book/stand). The Ergoriser joins Allsop's other monitor stands, including: the S'Felt and Level Up modular monitor stands. MSRP of the Ergoriser monitor stand is $14.99 MSRP. 

Keyword Search Your Mobile Calls

R3M3MB3R.com is launching a keyword search service for mobile calls at CES 2020.

If you've ever needed to remember what was said on a call you already know how much of a pain it is to try to remember which call it might have been on or having to listen to hours of recordings to find that one important snippet of a conversation.

R3M3MB3R automatically transcribes calls from speech-to-text, providing users with keyword search for all conversations made via mobile phone. The cloud-based service costs $10 per month, and 10 cents per minute.

For a limited time, R3M3MB3R is offering a Free Month trial at http://www.R3M3MB3R.com/FreeMonth.

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