The 2014 International CES has come and gone and, the wildest, awe-inspiring-est tech show of the year witnessed what the brightest minds in the biz can cook up. As the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies, it has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years. At the same time, it is a beginning where the next generation innovations come into marketplace. Now let’s went into this whole thing to experience the pleasantly surprised moment brought by the amazing new products.
The Consumer Electronics Show displayed anything and everything from smart phones and smart cars to drones and robots.
It is the trend that the smart phone is going to be the center of personal technology, and it has now become the foundation for many innovations at the show.
LG - LG G Flex – curved OLED display with world’s first curved battery (6” HD display; Lifeband Touch fitness activity monitor with OLED display and Bluetooth connectivity; LG Homechat with voice-messaging/texting option to appliances.
And the show saw the introduction of the largest Samsung Galaxy Tab, coming in a range of sizes to suit all manner of 'professional' user.
The major manufacturers showed off their unique works in a sea of TVs. They are biggest displays, including 'ultra HD', curved screens and interactive features.
LG calls the next-generation television 77-inch OLED flexible, and it is the first OLED TV we’ve see that can pull off the transformation from flat to curved modes, and that makes it something special.
Besides, Sony Bravia X9 4K TV also made its official debut at CES 2014 with a tapered design which makes it more sleeker than they’d seem.
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Look, running Windows 8.1, the Samsung ATIV One 7 looks like the iMac of Windows PCs, with its all-white glossy shell with chrome edges and few hard edges. Inside, Samsung packed this version with a dual-core, 1.6GHz Intel Core i5 4200U CPU running Intel HD Graphics 4400 coupled with 8GB of RAM.
Sony waited until this year's CES to push PlayStation Now into the limelight. It is the new game-streaming service that gives you access to Playstation games from non-Playstation devices. And the service is based on Gaikai tech that Sony purchased back in 2012.
There are more than 3200million exhibitors through the two million net square feet of exhibit space, which breaks the previous record in history. In fact, there was so much cool stuff on and off the show floor that we couldn’t be more excited to anticipate the future life when the magic, wonder and energy of consumer technology come in.
From all these exhibition categories we can figure out that user experience has become the most important factor in the future consumer electronics. While in this aspect, the first winner we should think of is Apple who has the best-known hardware products including the Mac line of computers, the iPod media player, the iPhone smartphone, and the iPad tablet computer. But it is such a pity that the “a bag of hurt” Blu-ray since 2008 has always been keeping until now. “It's great to watch the movies, but the licensing of the tech is so complex.” Now it’s time to introduce Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player.
Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player is the first Blu-ray player software applied on the Mac. It makes the Blu-ray Disc and Blu-ray ISO image files became accessible to Apple Mac computers, even the mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad and iTouch are also supported. We can definitely say that the Mac Blu-ray playback capability has been settled down by the coming of this fantastic player.
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