Last week we asked you about CES, and gave you a chance to tell us what was your favorite new gadget this year. Personally, I thought this CES was pretty exciting, but it seems that most of you don’t agree. Nevertheless, one cool gadget did come out on top, and by quite a margin.
There were 12 options in this poll, including the option to vote for “other”. To save you from having to read through an endless list of results, I’ll focus on those that did significantly better than their counterparts:
Out of the 229 votes on this poll, 16% loved the Oculus Rift Crystal Cove, and 33% thought the Urb-E was the best invention of all. Indeed, the Urb-E looks like the best way to get to the office we’ve seen in a while.
To see how the rest of the options did, just scroll down for the full results.
Comment Of The Week
Although most of the comments this week were about why CES sucked, one comment stood out. Anuj S took the time to explain why the Oculus Rift Crystal Cove is impressive, and what’s exciting about it. Thanks Anuj!
The Oculus Rift Crystal Cove caught my eye at CES this year. It’s impressive to be able to turn your head around and see the complete 360 degree virtual reality. But what’s even more amazing, and new to Crystal Cove, is being able to lean forward and see everything below. The end result is a virtual reality experience that feels more complete. The rate at which Oculus Rift is growing is certainly impressive, and to see a unit so refined after just a year is completely mind blowing .
For this comment, Anuj S wins a free MakeUseOf t-shirt! Think you got what it takes to win one too? We’re waiting for your comments!
How Much Free Space Did You Manage To Get From Dropbox?
Dropbox is a pretty awesome service. If you don’t use it, you’ve probably heard about it. The basic free account gives you 2GB of storage, but you can get up to 16GB just from referrals, and much more than that through Dropbox’s games and promotional offers (through Samsung, for example). By using referrals, solving games, activating products and more, you can earn more than 50GB of storage in your free Dropbox account. How much do you have?
Choose the answer that represents the total amount of space you currently have in your Dropbox account.
Voted? Now hit the comments, tell us an exact number, and explain how you got it! Do you have more than enough for your needs, or do you always need more?