PDT Publishes Comprehensive Report on CES 2013

Did you miss out on the 2013 Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas this year? Fear not, because you can read our take on the show in our article.

But if you want a more in-depth look at the different products that don’t pertain specifically to the automotive industry, Product Development Technologies (PDT) has published a comprehensive report on the show highlights as well.

The report covers the electronics consumer’s wishlist, from 3D tablets to smartphones and multichargers – including one powered by fuel-cell technology – as well as portable GPS trackers and a robotic cleaner for your pool. There’s even a printer for the fashion conscious.

Music, photography and health are also covered by products like the iHome’s iBT44 boombox for the iPhone generation, Fujifilm’s X100S Camera with its knurled buttons and HAPIfork, which monitors the way users eat and helps them lose weight. They even cover medical devices that can plug into your iPhone.

And with gaming becoming an increasing part of the lives of the younger generation, there are more electronics to get them to knock through the fiction barrier and live that visceral experience – like NVIDIA’s Project Shield 4K gaming portable controller.


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