Articles about CES 2012 (page 2)

RIM QNX in Porsche concept
[CES 2012] When it comes to automobile technology at CES, you can be sure that there will be new and old players alike each year, trying to outdo each other with their latest releases. Research In Motion’s Porsche Carrera concept car proved to be quite the attention seeker, where the vehicle showed off a slew of innovations which ran on RIM’s QNX platform. What makes this so special? Well, QNX […]

LightPad G1 turns phone into notebook
[CES 2012] If there is a way to describe the LightPad G1, it makes your smartphone more useful than it already is. While some tablets do come with an accompanying dock to make you feel as though you were working on a notebook, how about a device that does the same – but for your smartphone instead? The LightPad G1 will rely on pico projector technology, transferring image onto a […]

3M 46-inch touchscreen prototype
[CES 2012] Remember the Cyberdyne Tacto display that we looked at in last year’s CES? Well, it seems that the ante has been increased, thanks to 3M with their 46″ projected capacitive touchscreen prototype. Specially designed to show off to the world the idea of scalability where touchscreen technology is concerned, this particular device can support up to 20 distinct touch points. If that does not blow your socks away, […]

SlingPlayer headed for Kindle Fire
[CES 2012] The Amazon Kindle Fire might have been quite the bestseller at the end of last year, although Amazon has continued to remain mum on the actual sales figures. It does not matter though, as the Kindle Fire will soon be on the receiving end of SlingPlayer from SlingBox. Just what does the SlingPlayer do? For starters, a little bit of introduction – SlingBox is one popular service that […]


Altec Lansing LIVE 5000 Wi-Fi all-in-one speaker
[CES 2012] Altec Lansing has announced its latest LIVE 5000 Wi-Fi all-in-one speaker at CES this year, and it is rather strange that a company like Altec Lansing has but just one product to show. Well, I guess quality trumps quantity, so let us see what the LIVE 5000 Wi-Fi all-in-one speaker will bring to the table. First of all, it allows one to listen to and control cloud content, […]

Audi Connect System
[CES 2012] Audi’s range of vehicles are definitely right up there in terms of technology, but how many of us are able to drive an Audi? This has not stopped the German automaker from introducing a range of new features for its Connect System at CES this year, defining Connect as “networked mobility” for its fleet of compatible vehicles. With Audi Connect, you will be greeted by a bunch of […]

Fujitsu Arrows waterproof tablet
[CES 2012] I am not quite sure why you would bring your tablet to the shower with you, or even when you are snorkeling, but just in case that happens to be the case, then the Fujitsu Arrows waterproof tablet is your cup of tea. This Android-powered tablet will sport a waterproof body, making sure splashes are to be shrugged off so you need not run helter skelter from the […]

Fujitsu shows off prototype Tegra 3 quad-core phone
[CES 2012] At CES 2012, Fujitsu showed off a brand new prototype phone that was kept protected behind a Perspex barrier – the only thing exposed was the side of the phone where an HDMI cable joined it with a TV. Known specs of the phone: NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad-core SoC, a 4.6″ HD display (720p or 1080p wasn’t mentioned) LTE connectivity, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 13.1-megapixel rear […]

telyHD brings Skype to your HDTV
[CES 2012] Most Smart TVs on the market now have the ability to run Skype to let you make video calls in the comfort of your living room. But what if you have a regular HDTV that isn’t “smart” and you want to Skype with it? Well you have a few options – you could hook it up to a computer or laptop, or a set top box (that supports […]

Samsung Smart Window
[CES 2012] Samsung has something very interesting over at CES this year (apart from the myriad of Smart TVs and other consumer electronics, of course), where the transparent screen that you see is capable of fitting into just about any window – as long as it does not go larger than 46″ in size, and will feature a pixel count of 1366 x 768. It is totally transparent, although what […]

SteelSeries Siberia v2 Frost Blue Headset
[CES 2012] Look cool with the new SteelSeries Siberia v2 Frost Blue Headset, where wearing this might just psychologically lower the temperature in the room already, thanks to super-bright, blue LED lights that glow through the outer mesh grill on each earcup. Of course, the effect is more of one for viewers rather than the owner of the Siberia v2 Frost Blue itself – unless, of course, he or she […]

SteelSeries Flux headset
[CES 2012] When it comes to FPS (First Person Shooters) , audio plays an extremely role as you determine where your opponent is, get your bearings, and plan out the next move. Do you make a run for the armor or weapon, or wait it out and use that as bait instead, eagerly waiting for the footsteps of your opponent? Having said that, playing with a set of desktop speakers […]

SteelSeries Ion Wireless Controller
[CES 2012] SteelSeries continues to rampage through CES with their Ion Wireless Controller, having partnered with Zeemote Technology to deliver a controller that works with your PC without missing a beat, in addition to offering classic control schemes to touch screen devices such as tablets and smartphones. Being compact enough to fit just about any hand, it will “talk” sans wires thanks to Bluetooth connectivity, and is highly customizable and […]

Asus Xtion hands-on
[CES 2012] PrimeSense, the folks behind the Xbox 360’s Kinect, must have figured out a Blue Ocean strategy and decided to expand the motion control market for video games by teaming up with Asus, releasing the Wavi Xtion at CES this year in the process. To summarize, the Xtion is actually the sum of a few parts, sporting a PrimeSense 3D depth camera that was specially developed for PC use, […]

SteelSeries Kinzu v2 and Kinzu v2 Pro Edition mice
[CES 2012] I am starting to suspect that SteelSeries wants to cater to the entire gamer spectrum – ranging from casual ones to those who are serious enough to making a career out of it. The SteelSeries Kinzu v2 and Kinzu v2 Pro Edition mice confirms my suspicions, as these gaming mice target those who are minimalist in nature. How so, you ask? For starters, the SteelSeries Kinzu v2 Pro […]

SteelSeries Kana gaming mouse
[CES 2012] SteelSeries delivers yet another gaming mouse with this year’s edition of CES, where the SteelSeries Kana takes to the stage with the moniker of “Designed by Gamers” mouse. What makes the SteelSeries Kana mouse different from the rest is this – it was introduced to SteelSeries fans in the Designed by Gamers Campaign as Mouse 1.1, where over 300,000 gamers had a say in the design choice, while […]

Pure Contour 200i Air supports AirPlay
[CES 2012] If there’s any sign that AirPlay is really taking off, it’s the plethora of available and upcoming devices that support the wireless standard. We’ve got yet another one to add to the list, this time it’s the Contour 200i Air from Pure. Featuring an elegant design; the Contour 200i Air is shaped like a semi circle with speakers on the front, volume and power controls in the middle […]

Gobandit Live action camera delivers far more than successor
[CES 2012] A successor to any product would definitely have to come with its fair share of changes and modifications to improve upon its predecessor, and the Gobandit Live action camera does just that this time around, improving upon the Gobandit GPS HD camera by throwing in everything but the kitchen sink – we are looking at a gyroscopic sensor, 1080p capture ability at 30fps, a 170-degree f/2.8 wide angle […]

Pure Sensia 200D Connect launched
[CES 2012] At CES this year, Pure announced the launch of its new touchscreen wireless music system, the Pure Sensia 200D connect. A follow up to the original Sensia, the 200D Connect features a large high-resolution, capacitive color touchscreen, an advanced user interface, WiFi connectivity and an FM radio. The 200D Connect can obtain audio from Pure Music – Pure’s own cloud-based on-demand music service, music from a home computer […]

Kanex Sydnee charges up to 4 USB devices simultaneously
[CES 2012] There is one advantage about having a device that boasts of USB connectivity – it is full well capable of juicing up just about anywhere, as long as there is a USB power source that can come in the form of a portable battery, wall adapter or notebook/computer. Kanex has just unveiled their Sydnee at CES 2012, where this sleek recharging solution delivers 2.1A of juice to each […]