CES 2015 Highlights: 5 Things Not To Miss [Updated]

By Kamal Nayan - 10 Jan '15 12:19PM

CES 2015 was year's first and largest gadget show. The electronics and trade show brought everything from a better mousetraps to TVs that go beyond 4K under one roof. Here's a list of 5 things showcased at CES 2015, that you should not miss.

Intel Curie

Intel curie is a prototype microcomputer unveiled at CES 2015. It is a button sized module that will accelerate the development of wearable devices and other future wearables. The microcomputer can run for extended period from a coin-sized battery. It also features a motion sensor and Bluetooth radio.

Sony ZX2 Walkman

Once relevant music player by Sony, Zx2 Walkman has been launched at CES 2105, but at a price - $12,000. The Android powered music player is aimed at audiophiles and supports almost every lossless music format. The music player comes with a 4-inch display, 128GB built in storage (with expandable slots), NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and battery life up to 60 hours.

Lamborghini Tonino 88 Tauri

This $6,000 phone by Lamborghini runs on Android and is a hand-made using most premium materials. One of the costliest phones is powered by 2.3GHz quad core processor coupled with 3GB RAM. It has 64GB local storage and also sports a 20 megapixel camera. The phone is already available at select stores, around the world.

Kodak IM5

IM5 is Kodak's first smartphone, launched at CES. The camera legend teamed up with British firm Bullitt to built this smartphone. The smartphone has a 5-inch screen with 720x1280p display resolution, a 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, bundled with a unique image management software. The phone runs 4.4 KitKat out of the box and can be upgraded to Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Smart Yoga Mat

SmartMat is the 'smart' mat. Equipped with sensors, the mat alerts you via sensors when your balance is off. It can even offer suggestions like to put more weight on right foot. The mat will rate you based on the how well you did the routine as well.

Also, here is a video of 257 gadgets launched at CES in 3 minutes, uploaded by The Verge. Enjoy!

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