International Consumer Electronics Show, also known as CES, is the technology trade show which sets the tech trend for the whole year. CES dates back from June 1967 in New York and takes place annually in January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas. The show is not opened to public but previews old and new products of the year.
The 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show is currently held at Las Vegas from January 6 to January 9. This year, over 20,000 new technology products are launched in the exhibition. A source also said that Microsoft might unveil Windows 8. International CES 2011 also releases some oddest and weirdest products.
The Lenovo ice bar in CES 2011 looks like items for Roswell aliens
T-Pain Microphone is the machine which auto-tunes your voice into the sound of the hip-hop artist. The T-Pain will be launched in fall at the price of $40.
Sphero can move the rolling ball remote-controlled thanks to Android devices or iOS. Sphero application will be released by the end of the year for less than $100.
The Mad Hatter runs on the tiny OLED-equipped headgear from Recom. The tiny video screen costs $199.
The market leader Contour in hands-free video cameras has launched the new Bluetooth feature for ContourGPS model. Thanks to this advance, high-defintion Countour Video Camera is controlled easily by an iPhone app.
RotorConcept has showcased the new amazing remote-controlled flying helicopter. The RotorConcept is equipped with a 720-by-480 resolution video camera.
Seal Shield keyboard, mouse and even waterproof TV remote control can be washed in the dishwasher-friendly PC peripherals.
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