The wearables and connected home categories will play prominent roles in this year’s Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition).
Like most of you, my mind is still racing from all the cool, new products introduced at the 2015 International CES – and the fact that I just couldn’t cover all of the 2.2 million square feet of exhibit space. It was truly an incredible show, and my thirst for seeing and learning something new was, at least temporarily, quenched. However, my desire to purchase the latest tech products has now kicked in.
A few months ago, the specs for Intel's latest bunch of Next Unit of Computing (NUC) small-form-factor desktops were leaked, promising new Broadwell processors to power the systems. A quick look at Intel's NUC product page indicates that those leaks appear to be accurate, though with one key omission.
Consumers are interested in wearable these devices as they figure out how tracking and becoming walking data streams will lead to greater personal wellness and fitness— for an improved connected lifestyle and work style.
Remember Ultrabooks? Intel's svelte laptop platform -- presumably designed to combat the Apple MacBook Air -- was launched with great fanfare in 2011, but has faded from the headlines as 2-in-1 hybrid notebooks and dirt-cheap Windows 8.1 laptops and Chromebooks have gained greater popularity.
D&H Distributing said Wednesday that it is "working with its vendor partners to develop a roster of special promotions to help customers create competitive deals and boost revenues for Black Friday and Cyber Monday."
As the CES Unveiled event serves as a preview of some of the innovative products to be shown at the upcoming CES Show in Las Vegas, its no wonder that the 2014 edition—held Nov. 11 at The Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City—featured some of the most exciting products yet. If one needed proof that the CE industry is bursting at the seams with bold, creative startups and head-turning new products from veteran vendors. Here are some of the coolest things we saw on the CES Unveiled 2014 show floor.