The Best And Cheapest Tech You Can Find From The CES 2017

10 January 2017, 1:12 pm EST By Jason Glenn Mobile & Apps

If you're looking for friendly-budget devices this year then you've come to the right place. CNET has round up the cheapest tech at the CES 2017 from smartphones, speakers and even a pen could be worth the penny.

Huawie Honor 6X - $200

If you are interested in buying a phone but with a reasonable price, the Huawie Honor 6X has an aluminum "unibody" design which has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor that has a dual-Sim slot together with a 3GB of RAM. It also has a 5.5-inch full HD screen with a dual 12-mega pixel rear camera and an 8-mega pixel front cameral.

Baby Boom Speakers - $39.99

If you are looking for speakers, Baby Boom is produced by Altec Lancing which a portable, compact, waterproof, floating Bluetooth speaker that will be out sometime second or third quarter this year. The speaker comes with a caribiner which is for convenient clipping for your bag and belt and has a six hour battery life.

IDO3D Print Shop - $59.99

The IDO3D Print Shop which will arrive in July is a kid-friendly tech where they can heat up a mold in hot water and then insert a small object like a Lego brick into mold to make a cast out of it. They have to remove the object then put the mold in the printer then a liquefied resin squirts in the mold and then a perfect copy of the object will be produced.

Circuit Scribe Mini Kit - $9.99

Another tech that could be useful and fun for the kids and students, is the Electronink's Circuit Scribe which looks like an ordinary pen but uses a conductive ink and draw a circuit on the paper. The Mini Kit includes a pen, two magnetic modules, a batter and a stencil which would be very handy for STEM students.

Mission $249 and Mission Mini $129

A company called Endless will be launching two new PC models in the United State, the Mission and Mission Mini which is a stylish wood-topped square. You can connect the PC with a TV or a monitor though you will need a mouse and keyboard. This would probably for schools but it is suited for home use as well.

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