[CEATEC 2015] Don’t you just love the way the Japanese do things? They have this tendency to ensure that is being manufactured will eventually rank somewhere among the best, if not the best, in its class, not to mention to present it in a refined manner. The art of origami that involves folding a piece of paper into really, really intricate designs is not lost on this unique CEATEC crowd puller – the Lazurite Fly. While there might be fancy drones in the market that offer Full HD or even 4K video recording capability, the Lazurite Fly takes a totally different approach, thanks to the use of the “Lazurite Sub-GHz” from Lapis semiconductor which has introduced what they deem to be the first ultra-energy-saving microcomputer board in the world that paves the way for communications on the 920MHz band.
[CEATEC 2015] As tablets become more and more versatile in their use in this day and age, not to mention the fact that the kind of hardware that a tablet packs underneath the hood has proven itself to be quite the workhorse, it is not surprising to see the Surface Pro 3 types make a splash in the market with their add-on accessories such as a keyboard that also doubles up as a protective cover. How about taking this slim keyboard and throw in some piezoelectric goodness to see what comes out of it? This is exactly what muRata has done, where they have designed the keyboard that you see above which features a layer of piezoelectric film in order to deliver tactile feedback whenever you touch a particular key.