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Engadget Live heads to Austin on Friday!

Engadget, @engadget
October 13, 2015
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This Friday, October 16th at 7PM, we're heading back to Austin, TX, for our second-to-last Engadget Live event of the year! We're taking over the Austin Music Hall to bring together gadget lovers (like you!) for a night you won't want to miss. Tickets are free!

Just like the guests at our previous Boston and Los Angeles events, Austinites can hop inside a 2016 Ford Escape and check out its voice-activated SYNC 3 system (or experience SYNC 3 through standalone screens across the venue).

Huawei will give away 3 Huawei Watches to lucky guests. Lenovo will show off some of their latest notebooks and tablets. For those seeking libations (age 21 and older), Drizly will mix up a free drink to the first 250 guests and Vapshot will return to Engadget Live and let you experience vaporized booze! We'll also welcome back our friends from Chaotic Moon who will show off Halo, their haptic feedback device for the visually impaired. We'll also see demos from Corning, Sereneti Kitchen, KUBE, Ricoh and much, much more.

If you're going to be in or around Austin on Friday, October 16th, come join us at the Austin Music Hall. Get your free ticket (or buy an early-access one) right here.

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