8 Products to See at CES 2013 Just for Fun
Many CE Pros attend International CES just for fun, seeking cool and nerdy stuff just for themselves. Check these out at CES 2013.
Julie Jacobson · December 24, 2012
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a massive event, and I’m not professionally interested in about 97% of it – the gizmos, the car stuff, the blinky stuff, the chipsets, the OEMs ….
But sometimes I’m personally interested in some of the goodies just for fun. Here are a few items I stumbled across pre-show.
Who knows, maybe one of them will walk away with my “Best Thing” nod, like the MakerBot 3D Printer I coveted at CES 2011.
Note that not all of these companies have booths at CES. Some have meeting rooms; others can be found in the CES Innovations 2013 showcase.
Check out the slideshow below featuring these eight products:
Monster LLC: Find My Stuff
Variable Technologies: NODE
piQx Imaging: XCanex
Ecovacs Robotics: Winbot 7
Moneual: Touch Table PC
Liquid Image: Apex HD +
Motorola: HC1 Headset Computer
Julie Jacobson, recipient of the 2014 CEA TechHome Leadership Award, is co-founder of EH Publishing, producer of CE Pro, Electronic House, Commercial Integrator, Security Sales and other leading technology publications. She currently spends most of her time writing for CE Pro in the areas of home automation, security, networked A/V and the business of home systems integration. Julie majored in Economics at the University of Michigan, spent a year abroad at Cambridge University, earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and has never taken a journalism class in her life. She's a washed-up Ultimate Frisbee player currently residing in Carlsbad, Calif. Email Julie at [email protected]
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