Here are a few more things from today’s experience at the show…
Iron Man is shorter than I expected. And still just as fictional.
That’s Samsung’s massive 4k screen. It is really big.
I didn’t even if it yesterday, but Samsung’s curved OLED is also very nice.
I mean to say I didn’t see it yesterday. Autocorrect is evil this week.
TCL has a TV in a briefcase. Because you can. You could go camping with this thing and watch the footy. Or The Big Bang Theory. Whatever you want, really.
Now that’s what I call an open and shut case. *ducks*
This one intrigued me today. It’s a Samsung fridge with a reconfigurable freezer section, which is fine, but what exactly is “anti-virus protection” on a refrigerator?
We don’t get RCA in Australia, but this is an alarm clock which plays music off your phone. Not through Bluetooth, NFC, WiFi, or a dock, but from how it was explained to me, some form of speaker enhancement, possibly to do with magnets.
The G-Shock is now Bluetooth. I repeat, the Casio G-Shock is now Bluetooth. I think we’ve all owned one of these.
Not sure if I’ve posted this, but this is Samsung’s 45mm f1.8 lens with 3d for the new NX300.
It’s only compatible at the moment with the new NX camera, but it has two shutter mechanisms inside so it can grab 3d images in real time. It is very clever engineering.
Umm… One Direction bits and pieces. Well I guess it’s not more Hello Kitty.
…and that’s really it for today. I’m pretty sure we’re going back tomorrow, though this journo – can’t speak for the others – has explored most of the halls. I just want to find some uber cool things to finish on!
See you tomorrow!