CES = Cars, Robots and Electronics Show? This the finale recap!
Dope Tech Part 1: https://youtu.be/-IqpbDJFbZA
Under-display fingerprint reader: https://youtu.be/qloRqNRoWQc
Rollable TV video: https://youtu.be/jBhO-8gq_LQ
Matias space gray keyboards: http://amzn.to/2CYACTv
Video Gear I use: http://kit.com/MKBHD/video-gear#recommendation17959
Tech I'm using right now: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-0bfe542e
Intro Track: Under the Water by Alltta
Why can't car manufacturers just take a chance & actually mass produce the "AWESOME CONCEPT CARS" they design & Show-Off to us all at CES & the top 10 Cars Shows around the World? Just Why, cuz it'll be real Dope, & maybe, just maybe....prices for cars in general; let alone concepts, would actually get cheaper throughout the years. Especially if they'd started this trend decades ago! IMAGINE what we all COULD BE driving (Flying) around in today‼️¿¿
that byton is sick, rest assured it wont become vaporware. they have an excellent management team (co founder was head of i8 development at BMW for 10 years), a great supply chain, and they no shortage of funding. plus that prototype looks SO good. i'm confident we'll see these on the road very soon.
Mail innovation, I agree that just sounds like a perfect oxymoron. BUT!!, I will say the USPS informed delivery tech is really nice. It basically just send me scans of the outside of each of my letters to my email and/or app before it is delivered. This is a great tech for those of us with a PO box.
my 100kb/s causes me to settle for 240/144p for the sake of not waiting 1 hour to watch a 7min video but i always bravely set the quality to 480p for MKBHD vidoes.
*end my life*
EDIT: this is 100% true btw
Serious question, how common is 4K content over there in the US (and elsewhere)? Over here in Israel (A very high tech nation), I've noticed that only a handful of channels have HD content (mostly sports channels), and most are still 480p.
I really think companies should wait for 4K content to become mainstream before they even think about releasing consumer 8K displays..
Actually, y'all can't be mistreating the USPS.
It's the only package delivery service that is public in the U.S. (so, that we _technically_ have a right and not privilege to use, albeit it is partially funded through private entities), and they hire a lot of vets and disabled folk, which benefits the general welfare.
Also, mail innovation means your package will get to you better if it's coming through USPS, so who can argue with that? 😂
Can’t wait to get that 8K TV. I have no idea what to do with all those 8K channels my cable company is offering and those 8K shows on Netflix. Not to mention the dozens of 8K blue rays I can’t enjoy yet. Oh wait....