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Gadget geeks are going to drool over the goodies being showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
CES 2014 promises to be one heck of an event because many companies are expected to unveil their latest innovations and revolutionizing technologies that are surely going to help consumers improve the way they work, play, share, connect, and access information.
Here are 5 of the latest products unveiled in the event.
Vuzix V720 Video Headphones
If you?re familiar with (and longing for) wearable technology like Google Glass, this is something that might interest you. The company is a leading supplier of video eyewear and smart glasses products and it has released another award-winning gear in the market.
This model has won 2 CES 2014 Innovations Design and Engineering awards in the ?headphones? and ?wireless handset accessories? product categories.
The V720 is a high performance headphone that comes with HD video screen that allows you to watch movies, play games and even connect to a PC. It also has a channel for switching media and a visor that supports 3D HDMI content.
This pair of video headphones will make watching videos a whole lot better because of its very detailed and lifelike video experience; it?s like watching an IMAX movie. You?ll definitely stay glued to the screen for hours. Plus, the V720 can also be used as a desktop display replacement.
LG 105UC9 105-inch Curved Ultra HD TV
Watching movies and TV shows has just become a lot more enjoyable with the unveiling of LG?s latest HD TV. Its standout feature is its concave screen, which makes it easier for others at the far side of the room to see what?s going on. But its sheer size alone should make watching convenient. It measures 105 inches diagonally, for crying out loud! That?s huge.
Not only is this the first curved HD TV in the world it also eliminates the black bars that you normally see on movies, giving you the full viewing experience.
Lenovo N308 Android Home Computer
- 19.5-inch, 1600×900 touchscreen desktop
- Nvidia Tegra processor
- 500 GB internal storage
- 72-core graphics processor
- 2 USB ports, memory card reader, an Ethernet port
- 720p HD webcam, built-in mic, stereo speakers, and headphone jack
- Bluetooth and WIFI connectivity
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet
- 8 hours battery life
- 1920 x 1200 display
- Intel Z3770 Quad-Core 2.4 GHz processor
- 128 GB internal storage
- 2 GB memory
- Front and rear camera
- USB, HDMI, and MicroSD ports
- 3G, 4G LTE and WIFI connectivity
Polaroid Q Series Tablets
Now known for producing budget tablet computers, Polaroid has unveiled 3 bargain tablets that run on the latest Android software. The tablets measure 7, 8, and 10 inches and prices range from $129 to $179.
Since these are budget tablets, don?t expect too much of awesome features. However, its HDMI video is something to look forward to.
We surely can expect more awesome stuff to be revealed at CES 2014, so stay tuned for more great and innovative products.