Life & Technology – 2GB 21st November, 2020

On the show this week, we invited Bruce Bealby, General Marketing Manager of Epson, who talked about their latest EH-TW5700.

The Epson TW5700 delivers up to three times brighter colours and reliable performance with native 1080p resolution, up to 2700 lumens of brightness and a screen size up to 330 inches.

Thanks to its flexibility and automatic vertical keystone correction, the TW5700 is ready to project on just about any wall or screen and deliver an excellent image.

We also had Allan Ochipinti, Brand Manager from Klipsch and discussed about their McLaren True Wireless earphones range.

Klipsch have teamed up with McLaren and created a special edition of the sport model – the T5 II True Wireless Sport McLaren Edition. Like the T5 II True Wireless Sport, it includes waterproofing and dustproofing on both the case and earphones, along with the ear wings and memory foam tips.

Adding to the package, this model includes a wireless charging pad, Mclaren logo on the earphone and charging case, brand book, and an engraved metal card to go along with it.  

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Life & Technology – 2GB 14th November, 2020

On the show this week, we invite Mike Boyd, CEO and Founder of Contact Light and discussed the highlights of Apple’s One More Thing event happened earlier in the week. Biggest announcement was the use of their own microchip M1, now on the new Macbooks. 

We also had Chris Mayer, National Training Manager of Hisense Australia who shed some light on Laser TVs versus LED TVs. Have a look at their TV lineup at your nearest Harvey Norman stores. 

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Life & Technology – 2GB 7th November, 2020

We invited Hugh Jeffreys, a Right to Repair advocate, and shared his advocacy. His video on the iPhone12 pull apart has been getting lots of interest world wide, watch it here.

We also played a recent chat with Motti Blum, co-founder and CEO of Real Response, who discussed how they use VR technology in facilitating trainings. 

Real Response is a  team of world class first responders (military, policemen, psychologists, critical care nurses and paramedics) who are passionate about preparing Australians for the reality of emergency situations via their nationally credited (now offered virtually) First Aid, Mental Health and Simulation Courses (and even VR training) for Australians.

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