The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to be held in Las Vegas next month is, without a doubt, one of the most highly anticipated tech event next year. It is at CES where most technology companies, big and small, launch their latest devices and give previews of their upcoming products for all the world to see.
Below you'll find the the top six trends to watch out for at CES 2013, according to Broadcom report.
- Location-based tech - Enable creation of contextually aware platforms at various levels of accuracy including Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), NFC, Wi-Fi, GPS, cellular identification station, and Radio Frequency (RF) microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
- Miracast - Seamless streaming of high-def content from a mobile device or laptop to a larger screen. This technology is also known as Wi-Fi Display and WiDi.
- 5G Wi-Fi - PCs, TVs, smartphones and tablets will see integrated Wi-Fi early in 2013, with home electronics to follow. Also known as 802.11ac, it offers improved range, better battery performance and higher capacity.
- Near Field Communications (NFC) - The use of increased NFC adoption such as to shop and check out, share with friends, get around town, clock in to work, personalize your ride, go VIP for events, sync two devices, up your game, and be entertained. Also, the use of NFC quad-combo chip BCM 43341-based products.
- Bring your own device (BYOD) - Involves chips that do deep pocket inspection for use in enterprise-grade routers for increased safety and security. It allows companies to make policy decisions on what site employees can use and when.
- Connected Car - New car features will soon include a twisted-pair ethernet, infotainment, 360-degree camera system, and on-board dignostics.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will kick-off in Las Vegas from January 8 to 11, 2013. Hope to see you there. Enjoy, folks!