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The 5 Coolest Things From CES 2014 Thus Far


Desmond Swamy

Jan 10, 2014

With tomorrow being the last day for for the International Consumer Electronics Show 2014 (CES 2014), Hashslush presents the coolest gadgets/technology that has been presented so far:

1. Intel Edison

The Intel Edison is basically a computer the size of an SD card. The Edison is designed to work with almost almost any device…any we mean ANY device. The Edison is compatible with computer, phones, tablet, chairs, coffeemakers, and even you baby’s onesie. For example, you can attach it to your baby’s clothes and sensors that monitor the baby’s breathing, temperature, and motion. Other specifications of the Intel Edison include:

  • 22nm 400Mz Intel Quark Processor with two cores
  • Integrated Wifi and Bluetooth


2. iSense 3D Scanner for iPad

We knew we would see a something cool related to 3D printing, and this might just take the cake. The iSense 3D scanner (created by 3D Systems) simply clips onto the iPad and allows users to scan object in three dimensions. After it scans the image, it creates a photorealistic concept . From there the iSense fully integrates with the Cube printers to bring your 3D digital model to life.


3. Ozobot

Marketed as the intelligent robot for physical and intelligent games. Ozobot reacts to lines, patterns, and colors on paper and digital screens. Ozobot moves seamlessly on surfaces and tablets to let you enjoy a variety of single and multiplayer games. Check out the video for the full details:

4. Mophie Space Pack

The Mophie Juice Pack and Juice Pack Air are so…2013? The Mophie Space Pack is the first battery pack that contains a built-in storage and file management. It is available in 16GB and 32GB models, and looks pretty much exactly like the Air. The button on the back allows users to switch on the file management system, to directly take photos/videos and download files directly into the case. The Space Pack is only available for iOS as of now.


5. Clearview Clio

ClearView Audio presented an invisible Bluetooth wireless speaker during CES2104 – the Clio. Its unique, invisible design consists of an ultra-thin, curved acrylic glass transducer. The speaker can output sound in many directions, and contains +/- volume and mute buttons on the side.


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