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  • Teardown: Dell Z9100 Network Switch

    Teardown-style look at the Dell EMC Networking Z9100-ON Z-Series switch, which is designed to be a high-performance, 1U fixed, 10/25/40/50/100GbE network switch.

  • Teardown: Apple iPhone X

    Apple's iPhone X is Apple's first iPhone design to merge device and display in order to deliver the experience of being "all screen." Features include extreme-high-contrast OLED screen, wireless charging, water- and dust-resistance, face recognition technology and dual 12-megapixel cameras.

  • Teardown: GE Smart LED Light Bulb (Link A19)

    GE Link light bulbs connect via a hub to the Wink app on a mobile device, allowing them to be controlled from anywhere.

  • Teardown: Amazon Echo Spot

    Designed to fit in locations throughout the home, the Echo Spot connects to Amazon’s cloud-based assistant, Alexa.

  • Teardown: Fitbit - Ionic (FB503)

    The Fitbit Ionic is a smart watch designed to track fitness activities and provide coaching.

  • Teardown: Philips - Hue White and Color Ambiance A19 Gen 3

    Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit and Google Assistant, this smart home bulb from Philips Lighting can be voice-controlled to change the look and atmosphere of a home.

  • Teardown: Gentex GENK3345S Rear View Mirror

    The Rear Camera Display uses LCD technology integrated into a Gentex auto-dimming mirror that works with a video camera mounted at the rear of the vehicle to provide a view directly behind the vehicle while backing up.

  • Teardown: Amazon Dash Wand

    Amazon's Dash Wand is a handheld device powered by Alexa that enables users to quickly add items to their Amazon cart. Users can either speak to the wand or scan a barcode using the wand. It also allows Alexa users to control other parts of their connected home.

  • Teardown: LG Watch Sport

    LG has combined style and technology in the new LG Watch Sport. The watch featuring both Android Wear 2.0 plus a new look. With 4G LTE wireless connectivity, users can make calls, send texts and browse freely using "OK Google" without a smartphone. The LG Watch Sport even connects to wireless networks using your primary mobile number thanks to NumberSync. Take a peek inside.

  • Teardown: Nintendo Switch

    The Nintendo Switch is the seventh major video game console developed by Nintendo. Nintendo considers the Switch a "hybrid" console since it is designed primarily as a home console with the main unit inserted onto a docking station to connect to a television. Take a peek inside.

  • Teardown: Nest Learning Thermostat

    The Nest Learning Thermostat is the first thermostat to get ENERGY STAR certified. It learns what temperature you prefer and builds a schedule around yours. According to company reports, since 2011, the Nest Thermostat has saved billions of kWh of energy in millions of homes worldwide. Take a look inside.

  • Teardown: Samsung SmartThings Hub

    Samsung's SmartThings Hub wirelessly connects hundreds of compatible smart devices including lights, speakers, locks, thermostats, sensors, and more, allowing them all to work together. Take a peek inside.

  • Teardown: Apple AirPods with Charging Case

    To charge the AirPods, put them in the case. The case holds multiple, full charges for AirPods, so you users charge on the go.

  • Teardown: Amazon Echo

    Amazon Echo is a hands-free speaker users can control with their voice. It can be connected to Alexa Voice Service to play music and provide information like sports scores, news, weather updates, etc.

  • Teardown: HP DeskJet 3755 All-in-One Printer

    The HP DeskJet 3755 All-in-One Printer is compact and wireless. It was designed to save space, as well as 50% on ink thanks to HP's Instant Ink. The printer was designed for families and home users so they can print documents, e-mails, web pages and high-quality photos. It also comes equipped with copy and scan tools.

  • Teardown: Google - Home

    Google Home is a smart speaker developed by Google that enables users to speak voice commands in order to interact with services through the Home's intelligent personal assistant called Google Assistant. Take a peek inside.

  • Teardown: Sony PlayStation 4 Pro

    In September 2016, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announced the introduction of PlayStation®4 Pro (PS4®Pro) (CUH-7000 series) computer entertainment system, which delivers enhanced experiences through improved image processing capability and support for 4K quality images.

  • Amazon - Kindle Fire HD 8 (PR53DC) 6th Gen

    The new Fire HD 8 tablet is similar to the previous version, but with a few differences. These include a lower consumer price, bump in RAM from 1 GB to 1.5 GB and an increased battery size that delivers up to 12 hours of life, up from 8 hours.

  • Teardown: Sony PlayStation VR

    PlayStation VR was known by the codename Project Morpheus during development. The virtual reality head-mounted display developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment launched on October 13, 2016, and was designed to be fully functional with the PlayStation 4 home video game console.

  • Teardown: HP - Spectre Notebook

    The HP Spectre convertible PC comes with four modes, lightning-fast performance, and impressive battery life. The PC lets users enjoy a seamless transition from notebook to tablet and everything in between.

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