miércoles, 15 de enero de 2014

The future is written today

The CES(Consumer Electronic Show), the largest technological worldevent , shows the new gadgets which may change our future lives.

This top technological fair has shown the most incredible improvements in the world of technology. We have found out stunning gadgets useful for our daily lifestyle, which may make our future every-day-life progress a lot.Some of the most impressive gadgets are...


There are a few big things to know about the LG 105UC9 TV.
Its screen measures a vast 105 inches on the diagonal. It's curved. It has 4K resolution, also known as Ultra-High Definition.
Curved TV screens first appeared this year on LG and Samsung OLED TVs, but the massive 105UC9 uses standard LED LCD, not OLED, technology. 
Its price rises to 51.500 Euros, which may be an obstacle.


A plug-in hybrid with a twist: instead of actually plugging it into an outlet when it's parked, you can just let the sun do the work.
The system is also capable of tracking the sun as it moves from east to west, adding up to the equivalent of a four-hour plug-in charge if you leave it sitting in the sun for a full day.
Definetly, this could be the answer for the polluting oil cars.


As this device has a very practical size it can be used in many different ways. It can be designed to work with most any device—not just computers, phones, or tablets, but chairs, coffeemakers, and even coffee cups. The possibilities are endless for entrepreneurs and inventors of all kinds.  Maybe, some day we would be able to use this device ...

Are you surprised??? Don't panic, and get to know more in http://www.cesweb.org/

2 comentarios:

  1. Hi Yeli. Thanks very much for this post. Veterans like you are always welcome to my space in this blog.
    What other incredible gadgets and inventions will there be in the future?
    Will I live to see?

  2. I have found these inventions fascinating. I really like new technologies and inventing my own devices but, nowadays and with this amount of new inventions and plans, it is very hard to invent something that no one has invented. But as Richard Turere said: “I want to make an electric fence. I know electric fences are already invented, but I want to make mine”.