We get it–the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) can be a big bore if you’re an Apple fan. Most of the announcements, aside from a few new cases, an accessory or two and the odd gadget that works with iPhone, have little to do with Apple’s ecosystem. This year was no different. We were intrigued by a few of the announcements.
When it was announced last year that Apple had shared its MagSafe tech with the Wireless Power Consortium, we’ve been anxiously waiting for the first Qi2 chargers to arrive. Now they’re here and bringing everything we hoped: 15W MagSafe speeds in a variety of stands and docks at cheaper prices than MagSafe.
Apple stole a bit of the CES spotlight with its own announcement that Vision Pro will be going on sale next week, but Apple’s new headset was already looming large over the show. Several companies had Vision Pro competitors lined up to showcase, hoping to get some buzz before Apple’s next-gen device hit shelves. If CES is any indication, Vision Pro is already making an impact on the landscape as companies work to deliver a product that can compete with Apple’s cutting-edge specs.
Sony has announced the launch of a…