Precise Systems Newsletter

January 2015
In This Issue
Meet Our New Staff

 This New Year we welcome a new member to the Precise Systems Team. Afton Cabral is our new Office Administrator. 
She is looking forward to working with all our clients. 

The Pebble...More than just a Watch

The Pebble is compatible with Android and iOS devices. When connected to one of these devices via BlueTooth, it will vibrate and display text messages, emails, incoming calls, and notifications from social media accounts when they are received on the paired device. It can also act as a remote control for the phone, or for cameras such as the GoPro. 


NFL Playoff Teams, who will make it?


Is Virtual Reality becoming more of a Reality in 2015?


While there's no release date yet for the consumer version of the Oculus virtual reality headset, plenty of chatter has centered around 2015 being the year of virtual reality for the masses. 

Garmin Vivofit Track your Fitness Goals
The Vivofit may not have the cool factor of Nike's FuelBand, or some of the features found in the Fitbit Flex or Jawbone Up24, but what it does offer is reliable tracking, useful reports and a durable design. The fantastic battery life, as well as the ability to change the straps, also go a long way to making this a wearable worth considering. 
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Happy New Year, 

In 2015 may you have new hopes, aspirations, and resolutions for the coming year. 


The Precise Systems Team
Savant Sparkles in 2015


Savant releases new iOS and Android app that lets users create their own home automation scenes and schedules, personalized with images.
This should be your only box...


Tivo Roamio, it's like a cable box, a DVR, an Apple TV and a a single experience. Imagine being able to sit down and find practically anything you'd want to watch in seconds. Only TiVo Roamio combines the worlds of TV and web entertainment in a way that makes it effortless to navigate. No need to switch remotes and devices or learn a new system. You get whatever you want, whenever you want it.
Gaming What's New in 2015

With the Next Generation Consoles (PS4 & Xbox One)  just turning 1 at the end of 2014, much of what we've seen on the next-gen consoles so far has looked decidedly last-gen: That'll change in 2015, with titles such as Evolve, Halo 5 and Uncharted 4 showing what the consoles are capable of. We're also excited about No Man's Sky (PS4 and eventually, Windows) too: the incoming space adventure stole the show at 2014's games shows, and looks like the kind of game we're going to lose months to. Nintendo released the highly anticipated Super Smash Bros for both Wii U and DS this past year. The release of their Amiibo figures alongside are also taking Nintendo in a different, new direction. Looking forward to what all the consoles bring to the table in 2015.

4K TV taking over 2015


Analysts thought it would happen in 2014, but it didn't happen, mostly due to the high prices. In 2015, 4K will become a standard feature in many more TVs at more agreeable prices than in the past year. 

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