NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jan 15, 2013) - Steve Greenberg, author of "Gadget Nation," brings you the best new tech from the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas!
One of the BIG trends at CES 2013 is TV's are getting bigger and bigger. But as the TV's get bigger the picture quality gets worse. So to solve that problem, LG is the first company to hit the market with an Ultra HD or "4K" TV. Until now the best resolution you could get was 1080P, but this LG 84-inch ULTRA HD has 4 times the resolution of 1080P.
Another HUGE trend CES is tablets. With the speed and power of chips like the newest Intel Atom Processor, these new tablets like the Asus ME 400-C can run the full Microsoft Office suite including Excel and Power Point and more. They're lightweight, mega-powerful and have a longer battery life.
One of the unspoken issues at CES is device security. One solution is NORTON 360 MULTI-DEVICE. It can protect up to 5 devices whether they're MAC's, PC's, Androids or IOS devices against online threats. If the device is lost or stolen you can find its location and if you can't get it back, you can remotely wipe it clean so your data is safe from strangers. Norton 360 Multi-Device also includes 25 Gigs of free cloud storage.
Apps are huge this year and an amazing 3D coloring App for preschoolers is called The Drip Drops: Color the World. It turns your tablet and smartphone into a 3D coloring book for preschoolers. As they help the Drip Drops color different sections it triggers transitions from one scene to the next and "magical" special effects are unlocked. This App is free and other ebooks are available for under $2.00.
Another cool app perfect for travelers, it's called TripIt. It's free and simply organizes your travel plans in one place. Take airline, hotel, car rental confirmation emails and forward them to email@example.com and this app creates an itinerary in one place including maps and directions; it will then sync your travel information with your calendar and it puts your total information where you need it including your confirmation numbers on your smartphone.
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