A digital microphone won the Last Gadget Standing (LGS) live competition run by Living in Digital Times during CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
LGS celebrated ten competitors who presented new and unique consumer gadgets to a standing-room-only crowd that voted for their favourite gadget via an Audience “Applausometer.”
The winner this year is Shure’s new MV88+ Video Kit, a digital stereo condenser microphone that provides content creators with an all-in-one solution for capturing professional-quality on-the-go recordings. The kit also includes a Manfrotto PIXI tripod, phone clamp, and mount as well as iOS and USB cables for next-level compatibility and connectivity.
The HP Spectre Folio, a new concept for the laptop computer featuring leather construction and innovative foldable design, won this year’s People’s Choice Award.
Competitors presented a range of new products that tackle problems we deal with every day, from hearing better, to solving the seemingly never-ending password conundrum with a simple key solution, to a dash-cam video system that immediately sends your mobile phone video of car break-ins and accidents.
“In its 19th year, LGS continues to look to the innovators who consistently wow us year after year with solutions to life’s most vexing challenges,” said Robin Raskin, founder of Living in Digital Times. “Regardless of who won, everyone on stage today was a winner because they beautifully shared their passions by bringing these products to life and impressing everyone in the room here at CES.”
Click here for the full list of winners of Last Gadget Standing and Young Innovators to Watch.
Product of the Day7 days ago
Naspers invests R42-m in public transport
Product of the Day6 days ago
Opera launches Hype in SA
People 'n' Privacy6 days ago
POPI is NOT coming to get you
People 'n' Issues6 days ago
Loyalty points get tax break
Stream of the Day7 days ago
E3: What to expect from Ubisoft Forward
Stream of the Day6 days ago
Square Enix summer showcase comes to E3
Cybersecurity5 days ago
Biometrics set to replace passwords
People 'n' Issues5 days ago
SA needs national strategy for digital public service