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Tag: Ces 2013

Tactus Touchscreen Tablet Has a Keyboard You Can Really Feel

Tactus Touchscreen Tablet Has a Keyboard You Can Really Feel
Last year, we showed you an early prototype of technology from Tactus Technology which can turn a flat screen into a tactile surface. Now, at CES 2013, Tactus is showing off a full 7-inch tablet that uses the technology to dynamically add a keyboard to the screen only when needed.

Griffin StudioConnect MIDI Converter Gets Lightning Connector

Griffin StudioConnect MIDI Converter Gets Lightning Connector
One of the most irritating things about the new iPhone 5 and iPad mini is that Apple ditched the 30-pin connector and went to the new Lightning Connector. That change was annoying because it meant that all of the accessories you had for all those years for your Apple gadgets would no longer work natively with your shiny new toys.

USB 3.0 Mashes the Pedal for More Speed at CES 2013

USB 3.0 Mashes the Pedal for More Speed at CES 2013
Compared to the rather sloth-like USB 2.0 port, the current USB 3.0 ports found on some computers and notebooks on the market today are insanely fast. The original USB 3.0 port support data transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps.

TireHawk TPMS Kit Lets You Monitor Your Tires from Your Smartphone

TireHawk TPMS Kit Lets You Monitor Your Tires from Your Smartphone
While many newer vehicles have built-in tire pressure monitoring systems which alert you when you have a low tire, they’re not always that great. In my supposedly schmancy 2011 Mustang, the TPMS can only tell you that some tire is low, and not even by how much.

Trakdot Luggage Tracker: Never Lose Your Bag Again

Trakdot Luggage Tracker: Never Lose Your Bag Again
Do you ever worry about losing your luggage when you travel? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to know exactly where you bag was all the time? Well thanks to a nifty new gadget, you can spot the location of your checked bag from your smartphone.

NVIDIA Project Shield Mobile Gaming System Revealed

NVIDIA Project Shield Mobile Gaming System Revealed
Taking aim at the multi-billion dollar gaming industry, NVIDIA today revealed its own mobile gaming console, codenamed “Project Shield,” which is designed to combine the best of Android handheld devices with the best of console gaming.

ION Audio Planter Speaker: Sound for Green Thumbs

ION Audio Planter Speaker: Sound for Green Thumbs
Here in Chicago, it’s so frakkin’ cold right now that growing plants is about the furthest thing from my mind. But I keep telling myself that spring is only a few months away. And once I’m hanging out on my deck and enjoying the nice weather again, my planters might have something other than dead branches in them.

Soundmatters foxL DASH7 Bluetooth Speaker Slips into Your Pocket

Soundmatters foxL DASH7 Bluetooth Speaker Slips into Your Pocket
I’ll admit that I wasn’t sold on the idea of portable Bluetooth speakers until someone actually gave me one and I tried it out for a couple of days. Since then, I use it almost everyday.

Gorilla Glass 3 Coming: Even Gorillas Have Trouble Breaking It

Gorilla Glass 3 Coming: Even Gorillas Have Trouble Breaking It
Okay, I made that part about gorillas up, but it’s easy to forget the usefulness of Gorilla Glass. A lot of the smartphones and tablet people use everyday are covered in this durable material. That’s one of the reasons that the screen on your phone won’t break if you drop inadvertently.

Razer Orbweaver Keypad Puts Just the Gaming Keys in Your Left Hand

Razer Orbweaver Keypad Puts Just the Gaming Keys in Your Left Hand
The problem I always had using a full-size keyboard for gaming with games that have a lot of commands bound to keystrokes was remembering which of those keys activated the commands I was looking for. I often felt that using a smaller keyboard or even a keypad was better because it was easier to remember where macros and commands were set up.

enchantMOON: It’s an HTML5 Authoring Tablet and a Science Fiction Movie

enchantMOON: It’s an HTML5 Authoring Tablet and a Science Fiction Movie
Days before CES 2013, a mysterious new tablet computer has emerged, along with a short film that gives us a brief look at the device. Apparently, the enchantMOON is some sort of “hypertext authoring tablet” designed for the creation of HTML5 content.

Belkin HD Bluetooth Music Receiver Makes Any Stereo System Wireless

Belkin HD Bluetooth Music Receiver Makes Any Stereo System Wireless
If you have a smartphone, tablet, or MP3 player that has the ability to stream wireless music using Bluetooth and you also happen to have a very nice home stereo that lacks Bluetooth connectivity, Belkin has a new solution for you.

Archos TV Connect Turns Android into an Immobile Operating System

Archos TV Connect Turns Android into an Immobile Operating System
Previous attempts at turning TVs and monitors into huge tablets were either very expensive or were DIY projects. We’ve seen cheap Android-on-a-stick devices, but they don’t have the full functionality of a tablet, i.e. multitouch. Archos wants to cover all bases – availability, price and features – with the TV Connect.

Samsung NX300 Camera Price, Specs and Release Date Announced

Samsung NX300 Camera Price, Specs and Release Date Announced
The newly-announced Samsung NX300 is going to be their flagship compact digital camera for 2013, offering interchangeable lenses. The NX300 is quite compact, and comes with an 20.3 MP APS-C CMOS sensor.

G-cluster Takes a Crack at Cloud-based Gaming

G-cluster Takes a Crack at Cloud-based Gaming
A Japanese company called G-cluster is looking to succeed where OnLive failed – make cloud gaming mainstream. It will demonstrate it’s capabilities later this month at CES 2013, but it has already released a handful of details regarding its service.

Samsung Series 7 SC750 Display Flips Images on Their Ears

Samsung Series 7 SC750 Display Flips Images on Their Ears
With CES 2013 just days away, more items from the show are beginning to surface. One of the many items you’ll find in Samsung’s booth will be this cool looking touchscreen display, which can rotate 90 degrees.

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