Kente shows a new cheap RF wireless keyboard design.
They make a sheet that you can put on any iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S then install their app and that can display 3D videos, photos in 3D without the need for glasses.
New all-in-one Aiptek pico projector with a 5 megapixel photo camera on the back, it can record 1080p or 720p video and output it directly with the built-in VGA 50-lumen DLP Pico projector.
This is a lower cost LCOS based pico projector dock for the iPhone.
This is an iPhone 4/4S dock that outputs a 15-lumen nHD or 50-lumen VGA DLP projection.
This touch pen works when the receiver is attached to the top of the side of any laptop or desktop screen.
It supports the DVBT standard and to use any RJ11 telephone as a VOIP phone through that device. IT can record and timeshift any DTV signal to any USB storage.
Hybrid broadcast broadband TV (HbbTV) is a new standard to combined Video-on-demand with Digital VIdeo Broadcasting standards, somehow. Coolech provides a set-top-box that already supports that.
The most technical and awesome unboxing of the new Sony Xperia S (some blogs seem to say it’s currently one of the best smartphones on the market) is done by Diogo Ferreira, one of the leaders of Cyanogenmod alternative/optimized Android development for improved Android firmwares on the Sony Android platform.
Yup, Nokia is still releasing a Symbian phone, and yup, it’s got an insane 41 megapixel photo camera.