After two crazy days, you’d think CES2013 would let up, get real, stop being cool. No Chance. Day 3 at the Consumer Electronics Show was full on gadgets, apps and geekery. This is what was a big deal on day 3
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Valve showed off its Steam Box ‘console’. The prototype, called Piston is made by Xi3 and will specifically support Steam. Check out our own Brady Parker talking about the Stream Box.
TransluSense’s Luminae keyboard was just a kickstart away from being real last year. Well, its here, and its gorgeous. three separate cameras track you fingers across the board.
Home (3D) Printer
Latitude and Attitude
Dell was showing off the Latitude 10, running the ‘Enterprise’ version of Windows 8. Priced starting at $499, Dell is calling it the first, full-featured Tablet running Windows 8 under $500. Its screen is also made of our favourite Gorilla Glass
Panasonic gets tough
The new line of Toughpad tablets are, fittingly, tough. A 10-inch version runs Windows 8-Pro and a 7-inch version runs Ice Cream Sandwhich. Read more about the specs here. Panasonic also showed off another version, sitting about 20-inches.
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