In preparation to Cebit 2013 (I am seriously planning to attend, this year), I have taken a look at what it is going on at CES (Consumer Electronics Show), held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, US. Among the 20.000 new consumer products launched, Mashable selects the top 10 tech ‘objects of desire’: the impressive Kingston 1TB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Panasonic’s 20 inch 4 K resolution Tablet, the world’s largest UHD TV and (impossible not to mention) the third generation LEGO Mindstorms EV3. Exciting gadgets!
As the majority of IT-fans-new-gadgets-addicted might know, one of the biggest technology-related trade show is happening now in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Yes, I am referring to the CES, also know as the International Consumer Electronics Show, which is closed to the public and only open to the “insiders”. Among super-thin tablets which mostly have been dominating the event, I am quite intrigued by the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) tablet long-time project run by the visionary Nicholas Negroponte: