The last week in Las Vegas was held “The Consumer Electronics Show”, the largest world exhibition of electronic gadgets, where they presented several thousand products. Among them, 12 have attracted particular attention.
1. Maingear Spark
Gaming computers are usually large and coarse, only good to hide under the desk. Maingear Spark weighs less than 500 grams, and 12 inches in diagonal. Inside has a powerful graphics chip from AMD and dual storage, HDD/SSD.
The computer system was designed to run on SteamOS, from Valve, but can also run with Windows.
2. Lenovo Horizon 2 Tabletop PC
Horizon 2 is like a breath of fresh air for the personal computer market, which is in decline. 27-inch screen can be placed horizontally, turning into a mass entertainment for the whole family.
Innovative technology allows you instantly download photos from a smartphone, simply place the handset on its surface.
3. Intel RealSense 3-D Camera
Intel introduced a camera that uses infrared waves and color translation technology to understand the scene in front of it, causing where people or objects are. Camera opens new horizons for interface detection of movement and games that augment reality.
The device is small enough to be placed over a laptop and will be released in 2014.
4. PlayStation Now
Are you tired of going to a store to buy you a game, or expect to download from the Internet after you paid?
Sony released Playstation Now streaming that allows you to play the latest versions of already purchased games or rental of other games for a while.
I know the iris scanning authentication always seemed complicated. Myris is a device that wants to get rid of this shortcoming.
The device performs a short recording of the eyeball, puts you to connect to various services, then connects automatically every time you scan your eye. Price? Only $300.
6. LG G Flex
G Flex is among the few who were able to use the device in an ingenious ability to curve OLED screens.
Subtle curvature of the screen stops part of the rays of light which distorts the image and is able to dissipate reflections, showing a much clearer picture.
7. Parrot MiniDrone
It is the smaller version of another drone, AR.Drone, which can be controlled with a tablet, can shoot at 720p and can transmit real-time images to the pilot. In addition, the Parrot, can walk through vertical walls.
8. Celestron Cosmos 90GT WiFi
This is the first telescope which can be controlled by Wi-Fi, with a phone or a tablet. Upon connection, the telescope can be turned to any celestial attraction at the touch of a screen.
9. Scanadu Scout
Do you remember the StarTrek tricorder? Scanadu is its grandfather. The device can measure pulse, temperature and blood tension of a person without touching the patient. The device is awaiting approval by the United States for drugs.
10. WowWee MiP
WowWee robot is of 20 centimeters, which balances itself on two wheels. It can be controlled by gestures, using a mobile phone or can be left to walk independently.
In addition, manufacturers say WowWee can dance.
11. Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight
Audi has implemented a system of laser light on the prototype. While regular headlights have an operating range of 400 meters, the new laser system reaches 800 meters, increasing road safety.
12. Navia Induct
Navia is the first fully independent electric vehicle that is available in America. It can be used for small-scale transport, at airports, on golf courses or universities. Suffice to climb, choose a destination from the touch screen and Navia goes to destination, with a speed of 20 kilometers per hour.