CES 2017 Wins and Fails with K. Michael Prince – WHS 204

CES 2017 Wins and Fails with K. Michael Prince – WHS 204
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This year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) companies debuted a number of exciting new technology from smart trash cans to virtual reality suits. K. Michael Prince from BecauseFamily.org joins me to talk about some of the great tech we saw and some tech that most people can probably live without.

Please note: There is an anomaly in the recording that makes it sound like I’m in an echo chamber. I did my best to correct it but couldn’t fully solve the problem.

Find out more about the products we discussed:

The Connectivity of Your Home is a Main Feature at CES (BecauseFamily)
The 10 Weirdest Gadgets of CES 2017 (Time)
Best Family Tech from CES 2017 (Tom’s Hardware)
The best cheap tech at CES 2017 (CNet)


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