General Meeting - 2015 Holiday Tech Gadgets

  • 05 Dec 2015
  • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • CSU Student Center Third Floor Meeting Rooms, 2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

It's that time of year again. What's neat? What's cool? What's a great price? Once again, Cleveland Digital Publishing Group and Greater Cleveland PC Users Group are teaming up to answer the questions. We are still working on the product line-up and things are subject to change, but what is planned.

  • Digital Cameras from Dodd's Eric Wethington
  • Apple TV presented by Scott Seifert. Apple has updated their streaming box with more features and better integration with their other products.
  • Roku SE presented by Jim Evans. Roku makes streaming boxes that work with all TVs and can be control by a variety of mobile devices.
  • Amazon Echo presented by John Kullander. Amazon Echo has been selected as the hot gift by several experts. Think of it as a stand alone virtual assistant that can answer questions, play music and control devices in your home.
  • Belkin's Wemo Home Automation presented by John Kullander. Wemos are plugs and switches that can control electrical devices in your home. They can be accessed by your mobile devices and even Amazon Echo.
  • Apple Watch presented by Spike Radway. From a phone to a tablet to a watch. Apple continues to come up with innovative products. See how the watch integrates with your other iOS devices.
  • Automatic presented by Spike Radway. Automatic connects your car to the rest of your digital life. Get mileage, trip history, diagnostic and even find your car.

The meeting, which is free and open to the public, will be Saturday, December 5th from 9:30am to 12 Noon in Cleveland State University's Student Center, Room 315. Note: This is one week earlier than our regular second Saturday.

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