CES 2016 Highlights: Speck Pocket VR

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The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a gathering place for innovators, the who’s who of tech, and (sometimes) breakthrough developments. It’s also the stage where next-gen consumer products are introduced. Check out our roundup of some of the more attention-grabbing advancements introduced at this year’s show.

Speck

Speck unveiled a pocket-friendly virtual reality viewer designed to give you a quick and easy VR experience. The compact headset is a Google Cardboard-certified viewer that works with Speck’s CandyShell Grip smartphone case to provide a rich viewing experience for 3D content, virtual and augmented reality. 

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When closed, retractable side panels fold into a perfectly flat, self-contained package that shields lenses from dust and scratches, and slides easily into a pocket or purse for on-the-go accessibility. Pocket VR with CandyShell Grip will be available for iPhone 6s/6 and Galaxy S6.
Tamara Clarke

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