Gadgets & Gizmos' Nidhi Singal is in Las Vegas covering the Consumer Electronics Show 2013. Here's her list of interesting gadgets at the event -
Sony Vaio Tab A20: While exploring the Sony booth, we spotted the Sony Mobile All-in-One Touch device that runs on Windows 8. This has a 20-inch display, viewable from any angle. The device has an inbuilt battery which makes it convenient to move from one room to another. The Tab A20 is NFC-enabled.
Nvidia's Project Shield is a console-type personal gaming device with a 5-inch touchscreen and controller type buttons, triggers, dual joysticks and a single directional pad.
Samsung Home Appliance: A look of Samsung's new flagship refrigerator and washing machine for the year 2013. The refrigerator has a touch display using which, the right lower compartment can be turned into a freezer.
Samsung Curved OLED TV: After announcing OLED and 4K TVs, Samsung became the first company to announce the world's first curved OLED TV. The curved TV will offer better viewing angle. Unfortunately, the flexible display prototype was not showcased at the booth.
Jabra Handsfree Solution: This is a wall at the Jabra Booth that displayed all hands-free solutions for a busy life. The company also had some new headphones for display.
Canon Booth: While there wasn't much to look at the Canon booth, there was a stage set up where the session Canon Explorers of Light was in progress. Jack Reznicki, an internationally renowned photographer, was on the stage.
Intel Booth: A look at Intel's booth at CES 2013. Intel had a tree made up of laptops, all hung like leaves. It looked awesome.
Speck: Some cool, good looking and funky iOS accessories that will add vibrant colour to the iOS device.
iPotty: With kids getting more and more technological advanced, there is one thing they are not comfortable with. A simple solution is to have the iPotty, the potty seat.
iON Adventure: This is a 1080p GPS-enabled helmet camera. It has a sleek, gloss black finish, weighs 4.2 ounces and has a large, easily accessible record button.
HP Ultrabook: A super large size of HP Ultrabook was a showstopper in itself. The host invited media to play the quiz. Just give in the answer and the winner just needs to key in the name.
HAPIfork: Acting as a spy on the eating habits, the fork contains a motion sensor and it has other electronic parts and battery inbuilt. This fork keeps a track on the number of times the fork it was brought near the mouth.
Ferrari Headphones: The Ferrari headphones on display in the iLounge looked superb. They were available in black and read.
Chevy Truck: Spotted at the Pioneer booth, this Travis Barker's 1951 Chevy Truck was a big attraction at the show. It had the audio system by DUB.
Alcatel One Touch Idol Ultra: We spotted Alcatel's One Touch Idol Ultra, the world's thinnest Android smartphone measuring 6.5mm thickness. The device is equipped with a 4.7inch display, 1.2GHz dual core processor and an 8MP camera.
HipKey: This is an interesting accessory for iPhone as it helps in keeping a track of the iOS accessories. This accessory has proximity and movement alarm along with 'find me' features that helps in tracking the device, when lost.
Kavaj iPad cases: Drawing attention of the attendants at CES, the German-based iOS accessory company has showed off a 5-foot iPad case at Digital Experience Show at CES 2013. Through this, the company was tying to showcase its new range of covers for iPhone, iPad and iPad Mini.
Polaroid's Android Camera: Polaroid showed its Android-based interchangeable lens cameras on the press day of the show. The camera runs on Android 4.1 (upgradeable to 4.2), features a 10-30mm F2.8 lens and has a pop-up flash.
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