Here is Panasonic’s latest mirrorless camera, the hotly anticipated Panasonic GH3, which is the camera that I am using to video-blog all my videos at CES 2013.
The Panasonic HC-X920 has a new 3MOS System PRO with BSI (Back Side Illumination) sensor to enhance the three MOS sensors for excellent shooting performance, even in dim lighting situations. The use of the BSI sensor reduces noise to 50 percent of previous models, according to the company.
Check out this insane tablet from Panasonic, featuring Panasonic’s 4K 20″ display, a capacitive layer, it includes batteries that last about 2 hours on this prototype. This may be the dream tablet for architects, designers, photographers and all resolution enthusiasts which means everyone. How much do you think Panasonic is going to sell this for?
Here are LG’s 4K LED LCD displays at CES 2013.
French Parrot may be one of the worlds top drone companies. These are fun, steady, include 720p camera, can be remote controlled and do stuff over WiFi.
HiSense is demonstrating that a $2000 4K HDTV is perfectly possible, it’s in fact available now at that price in China. HiSense is China’s number 1 HDTV brand, in front of TCL and Skyworth. They also show more and more affordable 58″ 4K and above, up to 110″ 4K, the worlds largest 4K LED TV.
E Ink has improved the color with Triton2, showcasing the Ectaco Jetbook device (without front light), it’s also possible to use front light with E Ink Triton2 adding more light to the system, which shows off the colors better.
E Ink expects to ship massive amounts of smartphone sized E Ink screens starting this year. The first type has E Ink as the main display. The second type has the E Ink as the secondary display on the back-side of the smartphone behind the LCD or AMOLED screen in the front.
Flexible screens are potentially going to become massively available during 2013 in new mass market ARM Powered devices. E Ink presents their latest flexible screen technologies, showing the shipping flexible E Ink device by Wexler and talking about what may come out next.
Check out this ultra thin ultra low power, ultra light E Ink wrist watch. You charge it for 10 minutes and it displays the time and updates the eink screen each minute for about a month. It’s on kickstarter now at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1655017763/cst-01-the-worlds-thinnest-watch
E Ink describes some of the latest advances in e-reader displays used in the latest e-readers on the market such as the Kindle Paperwhite and the Kobo Mini. Higher resolution, faster and front lights.
Sriram Peruvemba, E Ink CMO gives an overview of E Ink’s matrix and segmented display products at CES 2013.
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Here’s the YotaPhone, the first dual-mode Android phone that works on LCD and E Ink at the same time on each side of the phone. Yota has developed a few customizations and a new SDK to either just send screenshots of anything that’s on Android over to E Ink or to also enable interactivity on the E Ink side, such as flipping pages with their swipe gestures at the capacitive bottom that is on each side of the device. Expected delivery is to be between Q2 and Q3 2013, Yota Devices is a Russian company but the market for this dual mode E Ink and LCD phone can be worldwide.
Rockchip is launching their next generation 28nm High-K Metal Gate processor, on the ARM Cortex-A9 with quad-core Mali-400. First devices are to reach the market in the next couple of months.
Nvidia launches the new Tegra4, the cloud computing gaming grid and shows how Tegra is used in a couple of cars.
ZTE’s new 1080p Android phone.
Huawei’s new 1080p phone.
Canonical launches their new smartphone OS. I ask them what the difference is between Ubuntu Mobile OS and Ubuntu for Android on mobile.
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