CES Asia wrapped up in Shanghai last week. Despite the fears of many, Computex is still Asia’s dominant technology trade show.
Registration for the first annual Consumer Electronics Show in Shanghai recently opened, but support for the inaugural trade show seems to be tepid.
While CES brings out the best of the consumer electronics space, it’s also plagued with things that the industry would very much like consumers to buy — but won’t likely resonate with them
These three things defined CES 2015.
LifeQ uses bio-mathematical models to turn physiological data into information to improve health by employing computational systems biologists and a wearable device.
The mini-PC segment has been on the rise for the past two years, and Zotac is one of the better known brands in the sector. The push by both AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) and Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) to make their respective processors smaller and more power efficient has pushed the sector upwards. It’s no surprise that Zotac brought a number of new and refreshed Zbox models to the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. Zotac is trying to cater the needs of both gamers and those who only need their machines for more lightweight use with the lineup it brought to CES. The most interesting addition to Zotac’s
The Zboard is an electric skateboard that can go up to 20 mph speeds with a 16 to 24 mile range. Version 2 is lighter and faster, and will be available in June.
Zotac’s GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Extreme and GTX 980 AMP! Edition were some of the highlights at its suite at CES 2015.
CES 2015 featured an interesting announcement: LG Electronics now is the default supplier of 4G LTE connectivity for GM – ‘OnStar’ service is going global.
MediaTek’s MT2601 will drive the next generation of Android Wear-based wearables.
Lenovo’s latest budget tablets offer decent hardware for the sub-$150 asking price.
Intel’s RealSense technology has finally found a use case, albeit an unorthodox one
MediaTek also secures a collaboration with Google for an Ultra HD TV platform powered by Android TV.
A Bluetooth controller that costs almost as much as a game console.
Intel hopes to move Quark into the high-end fashion space with its new Curie model.
Asus’ Zenfone 2 features stellar hardware for the $199 asking price.
The Nabu X is a decent fitness tracker with a few unique features.
Sony’s ZX2 is aimed squarely at the high-end audio enthusiasts.
Cherry Trail will make affordable tablets even better.
The OS landscape for Smart TVs is fragmented. But does that matter?