Chiba

CEATEC Japan 2012, the annual electronics exhibition showcasing Japanese companies’ latest technological innovations, is currently under way in the Chiba area of Japan just outside Tokyo.

As this year’s CEATEC gadget-fest near Tokyo approaches its climax, we take a look at just a few of the highlights that are expected to draw around a quarter of a million visitors to the halls of Makuhari Messe in Chiba . The annual event, which features consumer electronics vendors as well as their more grimy parts suppliers, is typically dominated by one or two headline grabbers and the 2010 edition is no exception. Toshiba's 'glassless' 3D TVs Visitors to CEATEC (it’s open to the public and free on Saturday) can’t fail to

JVC DV Camcorder GR-DVA11K JVC introduced a DV camcorder GR-DVA11K (¥188,000 or $1,776.60) featuring a slot for multimedia card. Using the 8MB card, the GR-DVA11K can store 100 still pictures at fine mode or 200 still pictures at standard mode from recorded movie taken by the DV camcorder. It alsohas a PC interface kit to capture pictures from its camcorder to store and edit in a PC. Sharp Internet Cooking-Compatible Microwave/ Convection Ovens Sharp Corp. backed the launch of its new microwave/convection ovens in August (See "Innovation Japan," Dealerscope, September 2000) with an accessory Cooking Data Box that features more memory and an expanded menu service

JVC DV Camcorder GR-DVA11K JVC introduced a DV camcorder GR-DVA11K (¥188,000 or $1,776.60) featuring a slot for multimedia card. Using the 8MB card, the GR-DVA11K can store 100 still pictures at fine mode or 200 still pictures at standard mode from recorded movie taken by the DV camcorder. It alsohas a PC interface kit to capture pictures from its camcorder to store and edit in a PC. Sharp Internet Cooking-Compatible Microwave/ Convection Ovens Sharp Corp. backed the launch of its new microwave/convection ovens in August (See "Innovation Japan," Dealerscope, September 2000) with an accessory Cooking Data Box that features more memory and an expanded menu service

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