CES 2013 Video Reports:
Tech Innovation Takes Centerstage in Las Vegas
CES 2013 articles, continued from Page One
As the curtain fell on the International Consumer Electronics Shows (CES), swarms of consumers and business people headed home with memories of new and highly-mobile notebooks, business-minded tablets, bright and bold 4K televisions and yes, incredibly long taxi lines and miles of exhibits. A few of the bigger players – like HP and Microsoft – didn’t officially take part this year, although there was more than enough innovation from smaller companies to fill a high-capacity USB drive or extra suitcase or two.
TechnologyGuide took it all in and continues its comprehensive coverage here on Page Two of our CES 2013 Special Report. Be sure to check our sites for more conference coverage, videos and wrap-ups.
ViewSonic Intros New Windows 8 Multitouch Monitors
ViewSonic debuts three new models in its Windows 8-certified “TD 40” series, including the 32-inch TD3240.
Luminae: The Keyboard of the Future (video)
The Luminae Keyboard can function as a traditional keyboard, replete with number pad, or it could be a combination keyboard and touchpad, or a 3D modelling peripheral.
D-Link Outs Cloud Cameras, Cloud Routers with 802.11ac
D-Link unveils two new “cloud” cameras at CES 2013, the Cloud Camera 1050 and Cloud Camera 1150 (DCS-931L and DCS-933L). The cameras connect to your network via 802.11n wireless.
Private Cloud Storage for Your iPhone/iPad with the Kanex meDrive
The meDrive is a file server that turns USB storage into a network drive that can be accessed from iOS and desktop devices,and works as a private cloud for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or Mac + PC systems.
Vizio Unveils 42-inch Home Theater Soundbar And Teases Images Of A Larger Model
Vizio’s 42-inch 5.1 Home Theater Soundbar claims 60-ft Bluetooth connectivity and a range of other features that make for even more real reality TV!
Pssst…Want the Lowdown on Some of the Less Obvious, Yet More Exciting Stuff at CES?
From Intel’s perceptional computing project to Leap Motion’s gesture technology, we’ve got the scoop on some CES 2013 new tech gems you may have missed!