5. Huawei Ascend Mate Smartphone
The biggest smartphone screen that has ever existed thus far, the Huawei Ascend Mate 6.1-inch screen smartphone comes runs on the latest version of Android and with such a huge screen, it also comes with a huge battery that promises to charge 30% faster than most phone batteries and support 22 hours of uninterrupted talk time.
4. Sony Xperia Z Waterproof Phone
During the CES demos, Sony completely submerged the Xperia Z in water just to prove how waterproof this slim 7.9mm phone is and from what was observed, it well and truly is! That aside, the Xperia Z also packs quite a punch with its 13-megapixel camera, 5-inch 1080p display and quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU.
3. Philips Fidelio Soundbar HTL9100 Speakers
Philips re-introduces its classic Soundbar but this time with the addition of two detachable speakers which comes with a long-lasting and rechargeable battery life of 10 hours and can be placed anywhere in the room for a wireless surround sound experience.
2. Pebble Smartwatch
You may not have the whole world in the palms of your hands with the Pebble Smartwatch but you’ll certainly have it on your wrist – well, maybe just your own world. With its ability to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth hence allowing you to check your emails, Facebook messages, control the music in your playlist and even assist you during your workouts with its many apps, the Pebble epitomizes the saying “all good things come in small packages”.
1. Nvidia Project Shield
One of the biggest surprises – more so for gaming addicts – this year would have to be Nvdia’s Project Shield. Announced just a day before CES 2013 and slated to be launched in the 2nd quarter of the year, this portable gaming device comes with a 5-inch display and runs on pure Android, which means that if one isn’t using it for gaming purposes, the device can be used just like any other Android devices.
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