Best Technology Trends of 2013
Here is a listing of the best technology trends found at CES 2013.
Best Television of 2013
Toshiba Ultra HD 4K TV – L9300
This television has an 84 inch display and holds a quad plus dual core processor. It uses its own CEVO 4K and converts the standard 1080p content to 4K resolution, resulting in four times the pixel resolution as a standard full HD set. This television also includes the new cloud TV platform for Skype calling, personal messaging, family event calendar, and streaming news.
Best Car Tech of 2013
Ford’s Glympse Support
This technology allows for real time location sharing in all Ford vehicles. Drivers can use voice commands to let others know exactly where they are and with use of a simple app used in conjunction with a Ford SYNC enables vehicle, your friends will know when you will arrive.
Best Smart Phone of 2013
Sony’s Waterproof Xperia Z
This smart phone operates with the Android OS and has a 13 megapixel camera. With a 5 inch display size and thickness just shy of 8mm, this phone is known for being waterproof. With a microSD expandable storage for 16GB, it comes ready with 2GB of memory itself.
Best Camera of 2013
This camera stands at 16.3 megapixels with full HD video recording at 24fps. With a 2.8 inch TFT color LCD monitor, it has approximately 460,000 dots with continuous shooting with a max of 31 frames in jpeg. It currently holds the world’s fastest AF at 0.08 seconds.
Nvidia’s Project Shield
This is one powerful Android game controller and packs the latest and greatest mobile chip of the Tegra 4. It has a five inch retina display with Wi-Fi connection to Androids Google Play store with a wireless or HDMI connection for television. It can access PC games from local PC to a device or television with build in bass-reflex speakers.
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