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Will Shanklin

Will Shanklin

Will Shanklin is Gizmag's Mobile Tech Editor, and has been part of the team since 2012. He covers a broad range of consumer tech, from phones and tablets to laptops, smartwatches and virtual reality.

— VR

Why we think the Oculus Rift is still the best VR headset (hands-on)

At this point, you're probably getting tired of hearing about our (and other media outlets') event demo impressions of the big VR headsets. After three years worth of this, we're all pretty much to the "release the damn things already!" stage. And we're almost there. But as final forms become apparent and content continues to fill up, we have some new thoughts on the Oculus Rift – and why it's the best VR headset right now.

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— VR

This VR exercise bike makes sweating buckets feel like riding a Pegasus (hands-on)

A little over a year ago, we strapped on a Gear VR, sat on a stationary bike and waxed philosophical about a future where virtual reality helps people forget that they're exercising. Apparently we weren't the only ones with the idea, as VirZoom is one of at least two companies demoing VR-based exercise products at CES. We took VirZoom for a spin and the result was the coolest spin class we've ever taken.

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— Wearables

The Digitsole Smartshoe: Because, uh, your upper body is already covered in wearables? (hands-on)

CES is full of products claiming to be the world's first something. Make the description specific enough and you can be the first anything: world's first 3D-printed, Bluetooth-connected, GPS-enabled smart peanut butter jar, anyone? Well, today at CES Unveiled we stumbled upon a company claming to have the world's first, ahem, smart shoe.

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