Best of CES 2015

Missed anything from CES 2015 ?

A lot of smart devices with dazzling future technology were revealed at this CES 2015, Las Vegas ! Catch an excerpt of them here (with pictures) : 


LG G Flex 2:

  • 1080 x 1920 pixels, 5.5 inches
  • Android OS, v5.0.1 (Lollipop)
  • Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810
  • Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 and Quad-core 2 GHz Cortex-A57
  • microSD, up to 128 GB expandable
  • Internal memory 16 GB, 2 GB RAM/ 32 GB, 3 GB RAM
  • 13 MP, 4128 x 3096 pixels, laser auto focus, optical image stabilization, dual-LED flash
  • Bluetooth 4.1
  • Launch: End of January 2015

LG webOS Smartwatch

The watch contains a circular app navigation menu, a slick and circular calendar app, and a quick settings menu that’s also best viewed on a round screen.


SmartEyeglass – Sony’s answer to Google Glass


Sony’s new smart TVs run on Android TV with 4K Processors X1


Sony’s 4k Action Cam – AS1000

  • Ultra-wide-angle 170-degree lens, a back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor, and Sony’s Bionz X image processor
  • X1000V can shoot 1080p video at 120 frames per second or 720p video at 240 frames per second for slow motion effects
  • Price: $499 (or $599 with a live view remote)

 

Sony’s SmartWatch 3

  • 1.6-inch display
  • 320 x 320 transflective LCD display
  • Built-in GPS to help track your running

 

Sony’s MDR headphones(with touch control)


Sony’s Symphonic Light(lamp + speaker) 


Sony’s new Walkman ZX2

  • Supports DSD, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, Apple Lossless, and more.
  • Supports Bluetooth for wireless streaming and NFC for one-touch connection to speakers and headphones.
  • Launch: Spring
  • Price: $1,119.99

 



Samsung’s new 360-degree speakers

  • “Ring Radiator” technology

 


Samsung’s virtual flame stovetop

  • The blue lights correspond intuitively to how much heat is being produced — the higher the virtual flame, the hotter the stove. The flame can of course be seen on lustrous metals like stainless steel, but also on cast iron.
  • Price: $3,000

 


Samsung’s new SUHD TizenVs

  • 21:9 display
  • Runs Tizen OS


Lenovo’s P90

  • 64-bit Intel Atom processor
  • 1.8GHz quad-core processor
  • Supports LTE-Advanced (FDD and TDD)
  • 4000mAh battery
  • Price: $499 from this Spring


Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro

  • 17% thinner and 15% lighter than the Yoga 2 Pro
  • 3200 x 1800 QHD+ display
  • New feature called “Harmony” that can automatically adjust settings to optimize whatever app you’re using


Lenovo Selfie Flash

  • Eight diffused LEDs in a round metal casing with a single button on the back 
  • Works with Moto X but still not supported for Nexus 5 or our iPhone 6 Plus
  • Selfie Flash will last 100 selfies on a single charge

 


Lenovo X1 Carbon ThinkPad

  • Windows 8
  • Up to Intel® Core™ i7 processor
  • Full HD and WQHD display options
  • Up to 9.5 hours of battery life


Nikon’s first touchscreen DSLR(D5500)

  • 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor
  • shoot up to 5 frames per second
  • 39-point autofocus system
  • Launch: early February
  • Price: $899.95, or $999.95 with Nikon’s standard DX 18-55mm kit lens

 


Kodak Phone

  • 4.4 KitKat
  • Launch: first quarter this year, but it will only be available in Europe
  • Price: $249 unlocked



Nvidia’s Tegra X1

  • Tegra X1 is a superchip designed to be embedded inside cars. It has 256 graphics cores, eight processing cores, and enough power to play back 4K video at 60fps. 
  • Music and in-car controls
  • Smartphone integration
  • For viewing feeds from cameras around the car
  • Navigation



Asus ZenFone 2 and ZenFone Zoom

  • Both devices run on Android 5.0 Lollipop
  • 5.5-inch, 403ppi Full HD display
  • quad-core 64-bit Intel Atom processor and a big 3000mAh battery

 


Fxo Firefox Phone

  • 4.7-inch display
  • Price: $420


Dell XPS 13 and Venue 8 7000

  • 13.3-inch “infinity” display
  • tiny 5.2mm bezel on the top and sides
  • optional 3200 x 1800 high-resolution touchscreen display
  • latest fifth generation Intel Core i processors, starting at the Core i3 for the base model with options up to a Core i7 version
  • 4GB or 8GB
  • 15 hours of battery life if you pick the 1920 x 1080 display option and a Core i5
  • Price: $799 for the Core i3 model while $1,899 for the Core i7 version with a QHD+ panel, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD

 


HP unveils 4K, 5K, and curved displays

  • The Z24s and Z27s are 23.8-inch and 27-inch displays with a 16:9 aspect ratio and a 4K resolution
  • 185ppi for the smaller model and 163ppi for the larger model 
  • 4 USB 3.0 ports and a mixture of HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, and other inputs
  • Price and availability :  Z24s will be available in April 2015 for $549, while the Z27s should be available later in January 2015 for $749.


Sharp’s new range of 4K TVs

  • Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV: 80-inch panel, 66 million individual sub-pixels
  • Price: under $1,000


Toshiba’s Encore 2 

  • Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and battery life of up to 11 hours
  • Launch : January 11, 2015
  • Price: $349.99(8-inch) and $399.99 (10-inch)

 
 

Sennheiser Momentum

  • Wireless
  • Luxurious 
  • Battery 22 hours
  • Price: $399 (on ears) and $499 (over the ears)


Logitech UE Boom speakers

  • Launch: End of January 2015
  • Price: $299.99


Intel’s 5th Gen Core processors

  • 14nm Size, 1.3 billion transistors
  • Battery life improvements between 20 and 30 percent
  • Size has shrunken by 37 percent

JBL’s motion control earbuds

  • Reflect Response headphones
  • Price: $149 and $199.95 for Synchros S210BT(higher-end)


Philips NC1

  • Apple’s Lightning connector
  • Launch: Spring 2015
  • Price: $299.99

Oculus Crescent Bay

  • Positional audio


Audi’s A7 Sportback

  • Piloted Driving

 


Volkswagen’s Golf R

  • 12.8-inch and 8-inch center displays and a 12.3-inch instrument cluster 
  • Cameras mounted inside the cabin
  • Proximity tracking

 

Anova sous-vide cooker

  • Price: $179

 


Saygus V2 – A phone with 320GB of storage

  • 5-inch 1080p display
  • 2.5GHz quad core Snapdragon processor 
  • 3GB RAM
  • Android 4.4.4 KitKat
  • 320GB of storage
  • 64GB internal with two MicroSDXC slots
  • 21-mega pixels rear (with dual-LED flash) and 13-mega pixel front-facing camera

 

Pono music player by Neil Young

  • HD-quality music
  • Price: $399

D-link Boxee Box


Vuzix‘s Google Glass competitor

Mad Catz LYNX 9

  • A Bluetooth-enabled game controller that brings tactile controls to your Android smartphone or tablet
  • Price: $299


Levitating speaker

  • The floating speaker is a metallic island that fits easily in your palm. It has a microphone, for making conference calls, and a micro-USB port, which connects to the USB slot on the slightly larger circular base for charging.
  • The levitation effect is created by strong magnets hidden inside the two pieces.
  • Price: $199 (Available now on Amazon)



Bang and Olufsen

  • Wireless on-ear headphones
  • Touch interface – adjust playback, change tracks, answer calls, and turn on Active Noise Cancellation with only gestures.
  • 255g weight
  • Launch : January 2015
  • Price: $499


Mophie’s Juicy Pack

  • All new battery packs
  • Supports only iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for now
  • Provide upward of 60 percent extra battery life

 

ZBoard 2

  • Blue weighs just 16 pounds and can travel 16 miles on a charge
  • Pearl weighs 18 pounds because of its bigger battery, which gives it an increased range of 24 miles.
  • Price: $999 (Blue) and $1,199 (Pearl)

Zolt

  • A tiny universal laptop power adapter
  • 70-watt notebook charger that also charges two USB devices at the same time
  • 3 inches long and 3 ounces in weight
  • Price: $79.99

Simplicam

  • Arcsoft’s acial recognition
  • The system can store up to 10 people’s faces, and will tell you who it recognizes, or — just as importantly — who it doesn’t.
  • It will automatically start categorizing any video where it’s picked one up and keep a running list of still images for people it recognizes

Petcube

  • A black-and-silver wide-angle camera that will make your animals feel like they’re under the watchful eye of some malign artificial intelligence.
  • Using a mobile app, you can connect to the camera and watch them or capture pictures, but it’s not just a one-way connection.
  • You can also turn on a microphone to talk to them or — more importantly — touch the screen to flash a laser pointer around the room. 



Inmotion‘s futuristic unicycle 

  • Max speed of 18 kilometers per hour and a range of 25-30 kilometers on a single charge
  • Price: $799

FlapIt

  • An analog counter for your online stats
  • The counter is controlled via FlapIt’s website – all you need to do is connect FlapIt to the same network as your phone or computer.
  • Launch: Starting April 2015
  • Price: $299


Reversible USB plug – future of ultra fast transfers

  • Type C USB 3.1 reversible USB cable
  • Speeds up to 10Gbps ( Yes ! You heard that Correctly !!! 10Gbps ! )

 

Tonino Lamborghini’s phone

  • 5-inch display running at 1920 x 1080
  • 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor
  • 3GB of RAM 
  • 32GB storage
  • 20-mega pixel rear camera 
  • 8-mega pixel front camera
  • Price: $6,000 ! 


Gogoro

  • The electric scooter of the future
  • All-LED headlights and taillights with programmable action sequences
  • An always-on Bluetooth connection
  • The circular white fob wireless key
  • 50 km/h (31 mph) in 4.2 seconds
  • Top speed is 60 mph


Alcatel Onetouch Watch

  • Alcatel’s Watch is controlled through a companion app for iOS and Android — from there you can do things like pick which apps will notify you, view all your health data the watch has collected, adjust themes and colors for the watch, and generally manage all of the ways the watch can communicate with your phone.
  • Price: $149

 


Invoxia Triby Smart Fridge Magnet

  • 2.9-inch E Ink display
  • Launch: Summer 2015 in the US and Europe
  • Price: $199


OBox

  • The OBox is a meaty Android home console powered by the Nvidia K1 processor, the same seen in Nvidia’s Shieldtablet
  • All OBoxes will output 3D and 4K video

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