Last Gadget Standing Winners: One Keeps You Fit and One Gets You in the Door The people have spoken, and while all ten contestants in the Last Gadget Standing gave heroic presentations, the winners have been declared. Let’s hear it for: Online Winner: Skulpt Aim There are lots of fitness devices that measure how many steps you take or how ... Read More
This video was crowdsourced during the Last Gadget Standing event. (No humans were used in the editing of this movie, just magic algorithms from Magisto. Enjoy ... More
February 13, 2014
Now in its 14th year, the Last Gadget Standing at the International CES was every bit as exciting as the first time, the one where ... More
It looks like a robot on a Segway, but MiP (Modular Inverted Pendulum) can bump and grind dance with the best of them. It responds ... More
A shady watch salesman meets an upscale geek on a dark night. That’s the scene that Samsung set to show off its Samsung Galaxy Gear. More
A door lock may seem a bit ho-hum, but Kwikset, a sixty year old company, stole the show and won the contest with their remote ... More
Canary showcased their single cylindrical gadget. It monitors your entire home from intruders to flooding. Yes, the Canary sings right to your smart phone when ... More
Are you a loser? Of things that is? Then the Phone Halo demo (and great rap song) will show you how to be the keeper ... More
The Kurio phone showed the world for the first time that a kid’s phone could be a cool Android device and still have all those ... More
Lenovo had us in stitches as they presented the world’s heaviest wearable device, the Lenovo N308. It’s a 19 inch Android phablet that’s surprisingly versatile. ... More
We were super proud to show one of the first generation of dog fitness trackers from i4C, The Voyce. The quantified dog is here. More
Time to get rockin’. Jamstik is a fret board that uses infra red light to make sure that your fret hand and pick hand simulate ... More
Skulpt Aim is a wearable technology that shows you where you need to work your body a bit harder. It uses electrical impedance to measure ... More
2014 Top 10
Skulpt develops innovative technology empowering users to better understand their bodies and achieve their fitness goals. Skulpt Aim is the first-ever device to measure total ... More
January 13, 2014
Kwikset’s Kevo smart lock turns smartphones into keys, giving owners the ability to unlock the door with just a simple touch. Paired with the Bluetooth ... More
January 13, 2014
The Lenovo N308 is a 19.5” Android home all-in-one computer that combines your favorite apps with a big HD+ infrared touchscreen. The N308 comes with ... More
January 6, 2014
From Techno Source and KD Interactive, makers of the best-selling Kurio Android family tablets, comes the first-ever Kurio phone made just for kids. The perfect first phone, Kurio Phone has the sophisticated smart phone features kids want, ... More
January 6, 2014
i4C Innovations’ revolutionary new service, VOYCE, allows pet parents to understand their dogs like never before. VOYCE gives new meaning to the phrase “unconditional love” ... More
December 20, 2013
Meet…MiP! MiP (short for Mobile Inverted Pendulum) is the latest innovation by WowWee in association with UCSD’s (University of California at San Diego) Coordinated Robots Lab. With its ... More
December 13, 2013
Jam on any Apple device! It’s easy to learn, practice and play guitar on your time, at your pace with the JamStik, a new music ... More
December 2, 2013
Galaxy Gear™ extends the Galaxy smartphone experience to your wrist and enhances everyday moments with real time updates for quick and convenient access. With a ... More
November 27, 2013
Glasses TrackR is a small tracking device designed for eyeglasses and sunglasses that slips onto the frame of your favorite pair of eyewear, and the ... More
November 22, 2013
Canary is the first smart home security device for everyone. It is a single device that contains an HD video camera and multiple sensors that ... More
November 14, 2013
Last Gadget Standing looks for products that are more than just a flash in the pan. They are products that will endure and are pioneering the ways in which the digital world will change. Any exhibitor at CES can enter a product into the Last Gadget Standing competition--though it must be a device, not a service or software. Products need to have shipped during 2012 or be available for shipping by the end of Q2 of 2013. We honor NDAs and we reserve two spaces for products that have winner potential but won't be announced until the show.
We're extremely lucky this year to have Gary "Bababooey" Dell'Abate and Jon Hein, of the Howard Stern Wrap Up Show to emcee the Last Gadget Standing . They love products and they love the CES crowd.
In the true spirit of “the crowd always knows best” we have a special treat for you this year. Our good friends at Magisto, www.magisto.com are helping us create “Last Gadget Standing,” the movie. And you all get to be the directors. Here’s how it works. Download the Magisto app on your iOS or Android phone and then follow the simple instructions that you’ll find placed on your chairs at the live Last Gadget event. Take videos of the crowds, of Jon Hein and Gary Dell’Abate, the swag, the demos and anything else that strikes your fancy. Magisto will give you a finished movie in just three clicks and we’ll be posting the best videos on the Last Gadget.
You’ll love being a movie maker with Magisto.
2013 Press Coverage
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