The Esports Gadgets That SHOULD be at CES 2017
The annual gathering of the finest technical minds on the planet is underway in Las Vegas this week, as CES 2017 shows off the gadgets of tomorrow. While being able to get a smart hairbrush that tells you the health of your hair is no-doubt revolutionary to people who leave the house, the Consumer Electronics Show is severely lacking in devices for the
Mice are one of the most important investments for a pro gamer, and there’s already an army of models out there with all the customizable configurations you could ever need. Adjustable weight, programmable buttons, and context-sensitive LED lighting arrays are now almost as standard as DPI settings and a scroll wheel, we need some of that CES-brand innovation in the
That’s where Slant comes in. The first ever smart mouse aimed at pro gamers will come with all the usual bells and whistles, as well as 12 zinc-plated receptors built into key points across the contact surface with your hand. These
The Slant can be connected to your in-game client and associate match history and key events with notable changes in heart rate and palm sweatiness, and optionally provide alerts when it thinks you’re tilting. Alerts can be customized to whatever helps you calm down most.
The hectic lifestyle of a pro-gamer and those in training often necessitates long hours in front of screens,
That’s why this Bluetooth-enabled doorbell comes in handy. /Ping is simple to install, just place it outside your front door and pair it to your computer or wireless headphones and you won’t have to worry about missing the pizza delivery again. In the middle of the
Aside from mice, the other key (ha!) component of any gamer’s setup is the keyboard. Looking into the features that pros need, the
Memes are hot right now. They’ve been hot for a while, actually, but it takes a few years for corporate to catch on. What’s caught their eye most recently is the power of memes in the election of walking meme Donald “The Donald” Trump. In an attempt to harness this power, they’ve accidentally created an AI so advanced
Using machine learning algorithms—which are also very hot right now—MEMEᴹᴱᴹᴱ (Meme, to the power of memes) predicts which pro plays have high memetic coefficients and automatically creates gifs of them for on-the-fly social engagement. After a short analysis period, the software also presents a list of relevant other memes to cross-pollinate with and the percentage chance they have to bang and produce big numbers. Memes are big business now, friends.
The age debate in
It can be customized, of course, to simply terminate their contract, or flag it for review with an assigned handler instead of immediately killing them. There was a
Right, well, in case you couldn’t tell and are thinking of sending in a copyright complaint or funding offer, these are all fake. Really obviously fake. Honestly, that I even have to write this disclaimer is a sad reflection on the state of the tech business these days. Anyway, if you’ve got any ideas of your own for hot new