January 14, 2012

8 Mindblowing Technologies from CES 2012


The future is here. Ladies and gentleman, take a look at what the world’s best tech companies are coming up with to make our lives even more exciting, streamlined and connected!

Samsung’s Smart Window

Check your Twitter, browse the web, view the weather and even close your virtual blinds on Samsung’s knockout “Smart Window”.

WaterBlock coating

A thin film coating applied to a phone or other device’s electronics allows it to be completely submerged in water without breaking.

Google TV

Google seems to be entering every tech space imaginable these days. With Google TV, your TV turns into an interactive media centre – the next evolution of Youtube brought to your home screen.

Gorilla Glass

Super thin, super strong glass for your smart phones and other screen-equipped devices. This finally life-proofs our mobile gadgets that we tend to drop all over the place.

Sony Crystal LED Display Tech

Sony’s latest TV has a screen made entirely from tiny LEDs. This allows for a very smooth picture with a much higher number of different colours, lighting and contrast.

Toshiba 4K Display

Extremely high resolution TV that claims to emulate 3D without needing glasses. 4K is extremely high definition technology that will make any video appear almost life-like.

Makerbot 3D Printing

A modestly priced device that is capable of creating and colouring 3D objects. Designed for the consumer market, anybody can download 3D models and print them into real life objects. Imagine being able to custom design and create your own chess set, from the comfort of your couch.

Intel Ultrabooks with Microsoft Kinect

Intel’s new line of notebooks are super thin, super stylish and super powerful. They also have Kinect technology integrated into them, allowing us to use hand gestures to interact with the device.

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