A plethora of magnificent devices, electronics and services have been released in CES 2014. Let’s look at some of the enchanting devices revealed.
1. Samsung Flexible TV
In last year’s CES, the most talked about thing was the 4K TV. The 4K TVs are back and this year with a curved screen for even better, immersive and impressive experience. And the best part is that just with the press of a button, the screen switches from flat to curved and back again at your wish.
2. Epson Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses
Following in the footsteps of Google, the printer manufacturer Epson unveiled a pair of smart-glasses powered by Android that can also be used with video games as a virtual reality eyepiece. The glasses are priced at $700 and with the ability to project images on both lenses of the glass, they also sport a gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetic compass. The glasses can also stream content from media players.
Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel Inc. showed of wearable computers including earbuds that can monitor your heartbeat and a headset computer named Jarvis. Jarvis can be used to make restaurant bookings and setup planner appointments and is controlled by speech. It can remotely interact with any Android phone as well.
4. XYZ printing Da Vinci 1.0 3D Printer
It is a fully built printer that utilizes ABS resin to print objects whcih measure up to 20 cm (7.9 inches) per side. Pre-orders for the gadget have already begin but the company will ship the project in March. The printer is priced at $499.
5. Smart Electric Toothbrush
Kolibree which is a French startup has brought the world’s first smart electric toothbrush to CES 2014. Apart from being sleek and stylish, the brush can also track how clean you are getting your teeth.
6. Steam Machines
Valve has revealed not one but 13 steam machines at CES 2014. The prices of the machine start from $500. The only steam machine about which no one knows a thing is the Alien ware model, which is still a mystery.