The Consumer Electronics Show has concluded. We have lots of new products now and many are to come out in coming months. Every CES uncovers lots of tech products for the entire year; it was the case this year as well. Here we are bringing you the smallest, largest and thinnest products at CES 2012. We have already witnessed the arrival of the world’s thinnest smartphone and tablet at CES. Get through the article to see all thinnest, smallest and largest gadgets unveiled at the show.
1. Smallest Washing Machine
Haier demonstrated the world’s smallest washing machine at CES 2012. The machine is roughly
features the size of a countertop bread machine. Well, it is suitable to contain two adult T-shorts at a time. Haier is currently market testing the tiny washing machine, which may come for a price of $100 in China. This machine can clean chlorine-logged swimsuits, subtle items or even regular laundry, but less in count.
2. Smallest portable live-streaming video solution
Hands-free technology leaders Contour and Cerevo USA have teamed up to build the world’s smallest and affordable portable live-streaming video solution. Dubbed the Cerevo LiveShell, the device was one of the key attractions at CES 2012. The lightweight gadget allows users to broadcast their hands-free pursuits easily. Thanks to an HDMI port, you can connect the Contour’s Contour+ camera to the LiveShell to bring real-time video telecasting to the Ustream. The device is available for $299 from early February.
3. Smallest Wireless Router
TP-Link HQ has demoed the world’s smallest router that measures at only 2.5 x 2.5 x 0.7 inches. The portable 802.11b/g/n router is so small that you can carry it in your pocket; however, it offers the same capacity of its bigger brother. The TP-Link router can provide Wi-Fi speed up to 150Mbps to all devices. It is compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g/n and almost all 2.4GHz Wi-Fi devices.
4. Smallest Video Monitoring Camera
Dropcam launched the world’s smallest video monitoring camera, dubbed the Dropcam HD Wi-Fi at CES. The award-winning video monitoring camera is the best solution for live and recorded video and provides surveillance of pets and kids. Video captured by the camera is available anytime, anywhere over the web thanks to Wi-Fi. The device comes for a price of $149 and is available for preorder.
5. Smallest waterproof music player
UwaterG4 MP3 is a complete and smart waterproof music player from Fitness Technologies. The music player, an upgrade to UwaterG2 comes with double the memory capacity for 1,000 songs and 10 audio books. The device comes in five exciting body colors: yellow, blue, red, black and ice white. Of course, you can continue listening to MP3s even while boating, surfing, snorkeling and skiing.
6. Largest OLED display
Many analysts tot up the LG55EM9600 OLED TV as the best product of CES 2012. It is the largest OLED display we have today, great viewing angles, brilliant brightness. lightning-fast response times and ultra slimness are the landmark features of the LG display. LG will shortly bring the OLED display in stores.
7. Largest iPhone Dock
iNuke Boom iPhone Dock is a massive speaker dock for your iPhone and iPod. Priced at a hefty $3000, the dock features 700lbs and is powered by a pair of 18-inch subwoofers. They can produce about 6,000 watts of power while the entire setup goes up to 10,000 watts. The iNuke Boom Dock requires huge amount of power to operate and you will be certainly confused about finding a proper place for its placement inside your house.
8. Largest tablet
Along with the world’s thinnest tablet Excite X10, Toshiba displayed prototype of a 13.3-inch large tablet at its CES 2012 booth. The Japanese PC maker hasn’t exposed anything about the prototype, which is still unnamed. It is not even clear whether it will hit stores in future or not. There were two more tablet prototypes with 7.7 and 5 inches display screens.
9. Thinnest smartphone
China-based ICT solutions provider Huawei has unveiled the world’s thinnest smartphone, the Ascent P1 S at CES 2012. The Ascend P1 S features a slimness of just 6.68mm and has a sleek form factor and simple design. The Huawei phone mounts a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED 960 x 540 resolution touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass. The P1 S is run on a dual-core 1.5GHz Cortex-A9 CPU and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
10. Thinnest Ultrabook
Acer Aspire S5, successor to Aspire S3 is the thinnest Ultrabook we found at CES 2012. With a depth of just 15mm at its largest point and weight of 3lbs, the 13-inch notebook is an ultraportable product. The Intel Ivy Bridge powered Ultrabook will feature Acer Green Instant On for quick booting and power saving. Acer will bring the Aspire S5 tablet into stores shortly for an affordable price.
11. Thinnest waterproof smartphone
Fujitsu unveiled a set of stunning waterproof products at CES. The Arrows waterproof smartphone is an extremely thin device with just 6.7mm slimness (8.5mm at the thickest point). The waterproof phone runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and is powered by a 1.4GHz Snapdragon CPU. The device sports a 4-inch AMOLED display made of Gorilla Glass. The Arrows mounts a 5.11-megapixel camera and uses handwriting recognition for input.
12. Thinnest OLED display
LG’s breathtaking 55-inch OLED TV is also the slimmest of the kind. With a density of just 4mm what LG says “three credit cards thick,” the OLED display will make a revolution in TV industry. The LG OLED display will be one of the best TVs in the world when it comes to great viewing angles, lightning-fast response times and a superb form factor.
13. Thinnest 3D Blu-ray Player
Samsung surfaced the world’s slimmest 3D Blue-ray player. The device measures only 23 millimeters thick and it has a fresh impressive wall mountable design. It provides great 3D HD content, but it can also upscale Blu-ray discs to 3D in straight away. Samsung hasn’t divulged its price tag. The Blu-ray player may land in stores later this year.
14. Thinnest tablet
The battle in tablet market for ultrathin and lightweight products is going intense. Now, Toshiba has brought up Excite X10, which measures just 0.3 inches and weighs at 1.18 pounds. The Excite is equipped with TI OMAP 4430 mobile CPU and 16GB/32GB internal storage options. The tablet sports 2-megapixel front camera and a 5-megapixel rear camera with LED flash. Toshiba will sell the Excite X10 for $529.99 (16GB) and $599.99 (32GB) in the first quarter of the year.