Last week saw the biggest technology show occur in the heart of the stunning U.S city Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics show. The biggest names in the technology industry arrived with an array of innovative new technologies, which are to revolutionize 2011! So what was on offer from the top electronic companies and even a pop star?!
At the annual CES (consumer electronics show) for 2011, we saw a great number of dynamic and innovative products some that will be a raving a success, some not so much! To revolutionize gaming, the company Turtle Beach has come up with a wireless headset (the PX5) with surround sound, which works with the Xbox 260 and the PS3. The PX5 can be used to not only gain surround sound experience with a headset; it can be used for chat on the PS3, as a wireless headset for mobile communication and AD2P playback. This trendy gamers accessory also has personal customization settings, which allow you to change the level of sound, say of the music or voices in a particular game. This setting can be preset, enabling you to choose in each of your games sound levels for each sound sample. A great gadget which could easily be a success on the current gaming market.
Samsung also exhibited their new bendy mobile phone screen, a technology still in progress. The screen with Amoled technology can bend into an arc, withstanding up to an amazing 450 degrees in manufacturing! Samsung have already released a prior bendy model, yet, it was not as thin as 2011s prototype, nor did it have the same quality resolution. At 0.3mm thick and with high quality resolution, Samsuns model could open up a new future for smart phone and screen technology. We give this one a thumbs up for 2011!
If energy efficiency is your concern, the General Electrics digital energy saving range is for you. Including a smart meter, a nucleus the hub for all connected electronics and a new affordable to the average Joe energy saving screen, the company has a lot to offer for 2011. The 2011 saving screen from GE aims to be more accurate than ever before as it tells the consumer when peak and off peak times occur, enabling them to choose the best time for them economically to use household products. Although there is already a range of energy readers on the market, not all are as smart as this one, nor come at such a good price for the latest technology.
The 2011 Consumer Electronics show, also the debut of several products soon ready to go into production, including the portable Nintendo 3D, part of the 3D revolution that has the world in the last year; and photographic sunglasses by the House of Gaga and Polaroid. The portable Nintendo 3D is bound to be a success as gaming has taken off in the last few years, whilst the futuristic Gaga glasses which can take and display photos may be a fashion novelty for 2011.
The 2011 CES was a great success as all the exhibitions produced innovative and dynamic consumer electronics all of which are apt for the current market and will revolutionize technology in coming years.