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Best 5 Gadgets Revealed At CES 2013

best 5 gadgets revealed at ces 2013
Written by Simran Singh

best 5 gadgets revealed at ces 2013

As we guys know CES 2013 is going through in Las Vegas, US. This year at CES several new gadgets and technologies get revealed. Many new Smartphones, tablets, TV’s and all other types of gadgets are getting attention. So we are here to let you know best 5 gadgets revealed at CES 2013. Starting with

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses

Yes, its the augmented reality Glasses similar to Google glasses. Its the best Gadget Vuzix showed off at CES 2013. Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 provides hands-free calling, photography, web browsing, and SMS messaging..also Navigation.

Its powered by 1GB of RAM and a OMAP4430 1GHz processor along with 4 GB onboard Storage. Vuzix hopes to have the glasses available by this summer for Android and iOS for around $500.

vuzix m100 glasses - best gadgets of ces 2013

Samsung curved OLED TV

Samsung curved OLED TV best 5 gadgets at ces 2013

Samsung displayed the world’s first curved 55-inch OLED TV at CES on Tuesday. Considered the future of consumer electronics displays, the OLED technology is more energy-efficient and offers higher-contrast images than liquid crystal display. Samsung’s Curved OLED is just a concept right now, with no plans to bring it to market at the moment. LG also introduced Curved OLED TV at CES 2013.

Trakdot locates missing luggage

trakdot-luggage-tracker best 5 gadgets at ces 2013

Lost your bag at Airport, Rly Station or at any place ?track your bag with Trakdot. The Trakdot Luggage tracker from GlobaTrac LLC acts like a homing beacon to monitor and locate your bags anywhere in the world in real time, with almost any mobile device.

The Trakdot Luggage device costs $49.95, one-time activation is $8.99, and there’s an annual service fee of $12.99.

Sony Xperia Z Water and Dust Resistant Phone

sony xperia z water and dust resistant best 5 gadgets at ces 2013

Sony’s flagship phone for 2013, the Xperia Z, comes with a 5-inch HD display, runs a version of Android 4.1, and is only 7.9mm thick.  The smartphone has 2GB RAM and up to 16GB of memory space. This is expanable to 32GB via a microSD card slot.

Perhaps the most interesting and unusual feature of the Xperia Z is its water-resistant construction: Sony claims the phone can withstand being submerged in a meter of water for as much as 30 minutes at a time.

LG Smart Appliances

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At CES 2013 LG showcased smart home technology appliances. Include connected washers and dryers, refrigerators, an oven, and the next-gen version of LG’s HOM-BOT vacuum –  All of which are fully controllable using a user’s Android device by scanning an NFC Tag-on symbol found on the appliance.

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About the author

Simran Singh

Simran Singh lives in Chandigarh, India and has been an avid Android fan since its release. Beside from working as a writer at The Gadget Square, he also runs his own Android blog named GoAndroid.