Toshiba's first Chromebook is 13.3" (1366x768 resolution). Sadly it uses an Intel Haswell Celeron processor. The Toshiba Chromebook has a fullsized laptop keyboard. In terms of storgage you get 16gb internally and 100gb of cloud storage. The Toshiba Chromebook contains most basic ports such as an HDMI and SDXC slot. The battery life is 9 hours. The Chromebook will sell for $279 and it will be on the market next month.
Panasonic shows their 4K wearable camera that attaches to your head. The wearable camera is waterproof at 6 feet and dust resistant. Panasonic HX-A100 is the 1080p version of the camera available now for 199 USD with the 4K version to be available later this year. The wearable camera can be controlled through a smartphone or tablet. The Panasonic presenter is Cassandra Bodzak and here is her YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/gosweetandskinny
Jeff Orr talks about the latest and upcoming advances in technolgy, what he thinks will be the most interesting trends in consumer electronics in 2014 and beyond. You can find Jeff Orr's latest articles at http://www.fiercewireless.com/author/jefforr and the ABI Research's YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Wm9N2jnbPMI62rVNfwObQ with their “Ask the Analyst” analyst commentary.
You can watch my previous video filmed with Jeff Orr in June 2010 here: http://armdevices.net/2010/06/30/30-minutes-with-jeff-orr-of-abi-research/
Based on the newest fastest yet Mediatek MT6592 Octa core ARM Cortex-A7, with a 5" Full HD IPS LCD display, thin and light form factor, this is the highest yet performance from MediaTek, Alcatel One Touch is a very rapidly growing Smartphone brand.
Orbotix shows their latest smartphone controlled gyro motion robot.
Quantenna Communications demonstrates wireless 4K video transmission over Wi-Fi using their latest Set-top-box WiFi chipset.
RCA to release competitively priced 4K TVs to the US market.
Taiwanese UNEO shows their ultra thin keyboard sensor and pen stylus technology.
LG shows their really big curved 6" 1280x720 smartphone design, running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash.
Place the Yves Behar designed Scanadu Scout to the forehead, it measures, analyses, and tracks your vitals, they are trying to get FDA approved.