The One Laptop Per Child shows their latest quad-core RK3188 Tablets, 7" retailing for $149 and 10.1" retailing for $199, those retail prices can subsidize the One Laptop Per Child foundation, bringing tablets and laptops to more children in the developing world as soon as possible. The XO Tablets ship with OLPC's latest UI replacement for Android 4.4 kitkat. Parents can unlock that UI and use the tablets as Nexus-like unlocked tablets also. When are all the 1 Billion children in the world going to have full access to education using technology?
You can also watch Giulia D'Amico of OLPC talk to Engadget about the latest with OLPC here: http://www.engadget.com/2014/01/07/olpc-interview/
Square shaped LED light that can be controlled by your smartphone or tablet over Bluetooth. A lot of static and dynamic colors can be programmed with the app, lights can be fixed or they can change, you can design your own lighting effect, picking the colors from the color palette or basing colors on your favorite pictures. If you synchronize the LED light with a slideshow, or for a party, it also can analyze music and pick colors based on the type, rythm etc of the music through their patented algorithm, the effects may be quite awesome in the room. It's for sale now in Europe for 199€ and they are looking to sell this in the USA for $199.
Find out more at http://www.holimotion.com/
Here's a solution that charges batteries for a Wi-Fi router that generates a Wi-Fi hotspot on the top of your car, recharges with speed.
Toshiba will release laptops with 4K screens starting later this year. The 4K screens enables you to display amazingly sharp text and can do more for the readability of multi-window multi-tasking and a lot more. The price and specifications of the laptop itself are to be announced with summer being the target. The laptop itself is still considered an ultrabook despite its large screen and graphics card.
Sony FDR-AX100 Handycam is the world's first sub-$2000 4K consumer camcorder. Can film 4K XAVC S 24p and 30p at 60mbitps and also film a 3mbitps Mp4 file simultaneously. This is perhaps yet the most affordable high quality 4K camcorder in the world.
Basic Smartwatch design from Scope, Shenzhen based Tablet and now also Smartwatch maker. The Scope company already sold more than 1 million educational tablets to Thailand. Last month they already sold 100 thousand of their smartwatch.
OLEDCOMM presents LiFi Transforms any LED light into Internet bandwidth. The light modulates at a very high frequency at up to 300 thousand times per second. Connect your bulb to your ADSL/Fiber box, and anywhere the light reaches, a receiver can download that data at up to an up to 10mbitps speed. For upload, the system can use infrared or something else. They are just waiting for an investor, and all of the world may be using this technology for sending Internet data in the future.
The latest MT6588/MT6589T smartphones shown by Jezetek.
USB Power Delivery offers more power through USB charging, both ways, up to 100W, 20V, 5A over USB. You will easily be able to charge your laptop with USB. Power direction can also be both ways from the same cable. Power management allows each device to take only the power it requires and to get more power when required for a given application, power levels for each device can be controlled through new more advanced USB Hub. Also coming up a bit later will be a new dual-side Type-C connector for USB (roughly the size of MicroUSB), the spec to be done by the middle of 2014, with devices to be released in 2015.
TAO-Wellness introduces TAO, to exercise at your desk, on the airplane, while watching TV or watching the kids. Isometrics, the science of applying pressure, has been used for thousands of years to improve muscle strength, tone and circulation which is why it is so fundamental to today's most popular fitness programs like Pilates, Plank Exercising, and the 7-Minute Scientific Workout. However, TAO takes it a step further by adding a dynamic element. It makes you vary the pressure by coaching you through your workout, and then electronically capturing the results. TAO-Wellness has coined the scientific term for this type of exercise as "variobics."