Every year, visitors from all over the world fly or drive to Las Vegas to see the best that the technology world has to offer.
(PRWEB) January 17, 2014
Every year, visitors from all over the world fly or drive to Las Vegas to see the best that the technology world has to offer. CES, or the Consumer Electronics Show, is where technology giants like Samsung and small entrepreneurial startups meet to show off their latest attempts to dazzle you, and maybe even change the way you live your life. While the show has far too many incredible gadgets for one article to cover, there are a few standouts that almost everyone can agree have the potential to be game changers.
The ZTE Projector Hotspot is one of the coolest gadgets on the floor of CES. It allows users to charge their device, connect to the internet, and project the contents of their smartphone or tablet onto any flat surface using its 1080p input. “The ZTE Projector Hotspot shows the true versatility of the Android operating system, and literally puts on display why the future of mobile computing will be through the Android ecosystem,” said technology expert Jason Hope. It is easy to see what he means. The ZTE Projector Hotspot is able to run multiple functions simultaneously, despite the fact that it is in no way a smartphone or tablet. The ability to use the Android OS as a computing platform for essentially any type of device places it at a distinct advantage in the coming war for the “internet of things”, a sector that Apple’s iOS seems poised to lose dramatically.
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