The International Consumer Electronics Show also known as CES is a major trade show that reveals the latest in technology and innovation. Held this year in Las Vegas, Nevada, the CES previewed a number of astonishing products to the public. Below are just a few that were among the many on display.
Cube 3D Printer
The Cube by Cubify is a 3D printer that is available to the public. Compared to other 3D printers the Cube is less expensive and nice looking.
The Cube is simple and easy to use, and Cubify plans to provide a library of CAD files for editing. This will allow even the most inexperienced designer to build something. – pcworld.com
Sony revamps its portable gaming system from the PlayStation Portable (PSP) to the PlayStation Vita. Already available in Japan, the PlayStation Vita’s expected release date to North America, Latin America, Europe, and Australia is on February 22, 2012.
PS Vita revolutionizes the gaming experience with dual analog sticks, front and rear multi touch pads, motion sensors, and front and rear cameras. Game at the speed of your mobile lifestyle, start your game on PS3 and continue on the go with your PS Vita. - us.playstation.com
Tagg GPS Pet Tracker
Have you ever had a pet that got lost? With the Tagg GPS Pet Tracker you no longer have to worry about this!
The Tagg™ pet tracking system uses advanced GPS tracking technology to allow you to see where your dog is and receive a notification if he or she wanders off. The lightweight tracker attaches to your dog’s existing collar, and is designed to be worn at all times, even while swimming. – pettracker.com
Powertech USB Charger
Switch from the standard electrical socket and switch to the Powertech USB wall charger. You can now hook up any of your USB devices to this outlet and charge them from your wall socket.
This extremely thin 55-inch screen OLED HDTV by Samsung received a lot of buzz from the CES 2012 show. The Samsung OLED HDTV is 3D-capable and has a new dual-core processor that is able to run apps from the Samsung’s app market. But you will have to wait because this product will not be available until the second half of 2012.
The I’m Watch, labeled as “the world’s first real smartwatch” allows users to sync their smartphones to the watch. Users can do everything from answer calls, check their text messages, connect to Facebook and Twitter, and more.