What you must see at CES 2014 Video
What you must see at CES 2014 Video Transcript
Reporting from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, I'm Bridget Carey and this is your CNET Update. CES 2014 is wrapping up and it's been a busy week of news on bendable TV, Smartwatches, self-driving cars and smart home sensors. CNET is making it easy on you today just it all because we rounded up the must see products all in one page. Among the items that caught the attention of our editors is a short-throw projector from Sony. It projects images with 4K resolution and it looks like living room furniture. It sits right under the wall it beams up to and instead of being needed to be mounted to the ceiling, in the back of the room, Intel came up with a new concept in wireless charging with the charging bowl. Just dump your gadgets into the bowl to get a recharge. But it's not something that you can get just yet. Car makers are also pushing in to the frontier of the self-driving car. Audi's A7 uses forward-looking radars and sensors to see traffic ahead and there's a windshield-mounted camera to monitor lane lines and a rear radar to know when the car is coming up on either side. The point of this is to give a driver a break when they're moving less than 40 miles an hour, almost like smart cruise control. Editors got a demonstration in live traffic situations and it responded smoothly when someone cut in front of the car. There was plenty of buzz also about massive televisions with 4K resolution and some of that flat and curve with the touch of a button. But sometimes it's nice when smart TV is just get more simple. Take for instance, the new Roku TVs which have the Roku streaming technology built-in when you turn on the set. Roku is partnering with Chinese manufacturers Hisense and TCL on this first Roku TVs that will come out in the fall. You've seen laptops that bend in new ways. It had the detachable keyboards to transform into tablets. But, how about a desktop computer that can also be a tabletop tablet? The Lenovo Horizon 2 is an all-in-one computer. But when you fold in the kickstand, it's like a massive Windows 8 tablet that comes with games like air hockey. This is Lenovo's 2nd generation model which is coming out in June starting at $1,500. The Smarter Home is another big thing this year. It's a way to set up automatic controls for your home like programming the kitchen lights to come on when they sense you. The company Smart Things is working with big names like Belkin, Sonos and Philips to make products that work with its home automation system. Maybe soon you can program your coffee maker to start brewing when you reach for a cup. That is your tech news update. You can catch up on all of the must-see products and moments from the show at ces.cnet.com and follow along on Twitter. From the Las Vegas Convention Center, I'm Bridget Carey.
CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down some of the more unique devices at the Consumer Electronics Show, like the Avegant Glyph video headphones, ZTE Projector Hotspot, and the iPhone keyboard case.
CNET's Donald Bell and Bridget Carey dive into the news getting the most buzz as the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off, including Samsung's bendable TV, 4K resolution screens and the Pebble Steel.
CNET's Scott Stein and Bridget Carey take a look at the Pebble Steel and Hot Watch, two smart watches making headlines at the Consumer Electronics Show.
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Flexible TVs and new health trackers share the show buzz with Michael Bay and T-Mobile CEO John Legere. CNET's Bridget Carey sums up the biggest stories from the start of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Whether you want to brush better with the Kolibree Bluetooth toothbrush or find your keys with the StickR TrackR, sensors are making everyday items smarter. CNET's Bridget Carey takes a look at what's getting early buzz at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Get the first taste of self-driving cars as they handle the most boring part of driving by themselves.
Bridget Carey tries the Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses, a wearable wireless headpiece with an HD camera and a floating eyepiece display.
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Wearable tech takes the spotlight at CES 2014. CNET's Scott Stein and Bridget Carey demo the Avegant Glyph video headset and Epson Moverio smart glasses.