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We brought together some of the best technologies we foung at the IFA fair 2013. Smartwatches where the hype during this event.
BEST OF CES 2014
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OCULUS RIFT - CRYSTAL COVE PROTOTYPE
One of the coolest gadget at CES 2014 is the Oculus Rift. The company's new Crystal Cove prototype has unbelievable head tracking, letting you lean in and out and look at objects from multiple angles. For example, you can now lean forward, angle your head and peer around a wall. This year, nearly every member of our CES team got a demo, and all journalists and bloggers where amazed by this technology. This tech is marketed as a great innovation for this year and a consumer product will be released later this year.
SONY 4K CAMCORDER
Up till now 4K cameras are still expensive. This year's CES Sony managed to do it with a 4K camcorder costing $2,000 FDR-AX100. It has the same size sensor found in the RX100 and RX10 cameras: a 1-inch-type Exmor R CMOS to be precise. With built-in Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities -- which let you transfer footage wirelessly and pair the AX100 easily with NFC-enabled mobile devices and you have something we weren't expecting for a quite some time: a legitimately great prosumer 4K camcorder.
Pebble managed to address the 2 biggest complaints people have about smartwatches: their lack of functionality and clunky looks. The new Pebble Steel offers the styling of a classic men's watch while also introducing a number of new optimised apps to the mix. Together with Mercedesm, while driving, you can set the app to deliver vibration alerts to your wrist for different events, like if traffic is getting heavy ahead. You can also configure Pebble's three buttons for quick actions performed through the phone and over the car's dash system, like activating Siri. The Pebble Steel will cost $250 and will ship later this month.
RAZER CHRISTINE PROJECT
Another cool project called Christine is Razer's first crack at a stackable and completely customizable PC. The idea behind this glowing green tower is to make the build-your-own ethos that many hardcore PC gamers have embraced less intimidating and expensive to normal folks. Each key part of the machine (memory, graphics cards, etc) will be modular and self-contained unit, allowing users to swap them in and out as necessary. Razer is even toying with a subscription model that would let customers upgrade to the newest parts as soon as they become available. For now, Project Christine is just a concept, but the company hopes gamers will ultimately embrace the idea. We certainly do.
MOPHIE SPACE PACK & INTEL SMART HEADPHONES
Mophie have a winner with their new Space Pack, a battery pack with built-in data storage. Available in 16 and 32 GB versions for iPhones, the Space Pack looks almost exactly like the Juice Pack Air except for the button on the back, which is used to signify battery level in silver. This button does double duty on the Space Pack, switching on its own internal file management system. Take photos, shoot videos, and download files, and store them locally inside the case where they won't waste space on your phone. It's $150 for the 16 GB model and the 32 GB version is $180.
CES 2014 was about wearable technologies. Intel is making a set of body-monitoring earbuds. There's a tracker inside that syncs to both iOS and Android phones. It collects calorie, pace, distance, and time data. But more importantly, it tracks your heartbeat in real time and offers a visible history graph on your phone's screen. Plus, if you're falling below or going above your target heart rate, the system automatically plays a song to pump you up or calm you down. Intel won't sell the smart earbuds itself. It plans to partner up with a company that's already handling activity trackers, like Nike, Strava, FitBit, or Jawbone.
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