The Best 2014 Gadgets at CES

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In the future, we won't be carrying our tech devices -- we'll be wearing them. CES is a different show these days than it was 10 years earlier. This present Year’s CES revealed a huge amount of new gadgets, however the vast majority of them aren't that intriguing. Here are the ones that we preferred the best — simply the most intriguing gadgets and gear that we looked at.

Steam Boxes and the Steam Controller: The greatest news at CES this year was the preface of the Stream Box, a gaming console intended to fit in your entertainment center and bring PC games to the TV in your lounge. Valve's Steamos is one of the greatest arguments in tech at this moment. Valve expects that Steamos, when combined with hardcore equipment and the Steam games platform, will permit PC creators to make Steam Boxes (otherwise called Steam Machines): gadgets some place between games consoles and PCs, emphasizing the benefits to purposes of both.

Sony Smartband: Sony hosts joined the wearable tech gathering with the launch of the Smartband, an extraordinary looking wristband that is good with the new Sony Core tracker. It comes in three colors and the Core, which goes about as the heart or cerebrum of the Smartband might be removed. Rather than simply following the amount of steps you take, or calories you smolder, the Sony Smartband needs to be included in everything you might do, including when you take a photograph on your cell phone, how long rest you've had and to what extent you listened to music for that day.

Curved TVs: Samsung and LG are trying different things with these presentations to give an alternate kind of review point to the traditional flat straight panel. For while there certainly are grumbles with the curved TV idea, there are additionally courses in which I felt the curve most likely improved the viewing experience It will be a long while until they get modest enough to be standard yet its an uplifting sight at Latest Gadgets Updates which are the pillar of the greater part of our lives.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro: Samsung pushed four tablets at CES including the Galaxy Tab Pro go available in 12.2-inch, 10.1-inch and 8.4-inch sizes, and a 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro. Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro is a splendid bit of unit. The new screen, redesigned UI and the force behind everything imply that this is a genuine contender for tablet of the year. I truly loved the look of the Tab Pro and the Note Pro, and they are incredible on the off chance that you require a bigger screen to work up a spreadsheet or do something a little more innovative.

Oculus VR Crystal Cove prototype: The Oculus Rift is a prototype that simply continues showing signs of improvement and better each one time we see it. This year, Oculus flaunted their new prototype, the Crystal Cove. This new fittings deal with about the greater part of the issues I recognized with the first most strikingly the movement smudging, the determination, and the absence of head tracking. Now equipped with a camera that tracks the movement of your head in space, the Oculus Rift's experience is currently substantially more immersive. I can hardly wait to see what Oculus winds up shiping customers all I know is that it has a feeling that it’s getting appalling close.

These are simply a handful of the numerous gadgets of CES that could appear our path in 2014. Some of the organizations will astonish us with unique features that we didn't suspect and others will baffle us after enormous desires. Whatever happens, one thing remains certain: It will be a huge year for the tech world.

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This article is written by anglika Jones who is a professional content writer and researcher at Buraq-tech. She loves to write on latest information Technology news, Mobile applications, Latest Gadget Updates and many more.

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This article was published on 2014/04/12