Here’s a 7″ capacitive Android tablet by South-Korean iStation they call Zood, it comes with a 3D capable capacitive touch screen (through polarized glasses).
Here’s a 5″ resistive arm11 tablet from iStation.
Ford is releasing this new fully electric car, in this video I interview one of the product managers about Ford’s electric car strategy.
China Shenzhen Ctech Science&Technology Co Ltd presents these Bluetooth keyboards at CES 2011, a whole range of sizes and uses and in this video I list their approximate prices when ordered in bulk of at least 1000 pieces.
Foldable bluetooth keyboards are cool. It let’s you fold a full sized keyboard into a manageable size. This video features Scott Starret, Founder and CEO of Cervantes Mobile who are trying to make this foldable bluetooth keyboard and to launch it.
Here’s their new generation of laser projection table keyboard.
Provides real-time monitoring for diabetics, congestive obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, uses several monitoring equipment with Bluetooth and a GSM system that uploads that information wirelessly to the health monitoring system called Healthcom that doctors can use to monitor up to 400 patients at the same time to provide early intervention in case of health problems.
It monitors your body 24 hours a day, you strap it to your upper arm, it’s not too heavy but could probably be lighter (I think they should make it a light and compact wrist watch). It has 3 axis accelerometer monitoring all movements, it measures sweat, it’s a pedometer, heart rate and body heat monitoring and based on your height and weight it can calculate calorie output/usage with 90% accuracy (so they say) using clynically approved methods. It’s available on Amazon.com
- CES: BodyMedia Sends Calorie And Sleep Data To Your Phone (informationweek.com)
- BodyMedia FIT armband to use Sprint’s 3G network (ces.cnet.com)
- Gadgetwise: Sprint Will Know Whether You’re Really Exercising (gadgetwise.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Personal Workout Plans to Go (technologizer.com)
- Personal Activity Monitor to Interface with Sprint Phones (medgadget.com)
- BodyMedia uses Sprint 3G to keep you fit (intomobile.com)
10″ and 14″ Laptops with ARM Cortex-A9 and running Ubuntu presented by Nufront. After having shown development kits for a couple months, now they are showing these real laptop prototypes integrating their ARM Cortex-A9 Dual-core processors. This is a taste of future awesomeness from the ARM ecosystem soon enough powering all our laptops. Nufront is also showing a laptop prototype running their processor.
Freescale dominates the e-ink e-reader market. Their next generation i.MX508 e-ink e-reader processor allows for more performance, faster refresh rates (limited by e-ink technology), lower cost (e-ink readers could be sold at half the price, $99 e-ink e-readers are now possible), most cool is Freescale works to provide Android support on these next generation e-ink e-readers. This is cool because Android support can provide cool useful apps such as news readers, rss readers, chrome to phone functionality and more.