Tech giants showcase their latest innovations at CES 2013
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The Horizon can be placed flat on any surface and used as a Table PC. It has enough power to handle both gaming and productivity tasks. The screen supports 10-point multi-touch and ffour people can use it comfortably. The weight of the computer is 6.8kg.
The Table PC will ship with accessories, like joysticks, that enable users to play games. The company said the device will cost $1,699 (approximately Rs 90,000).
4K Ultra High Definition
4K is the future of high-definition (HD) video. The generally accepted definition of HD video is a minimum resolution of 1000 pixels. 4K, as the name suggests, has a resolution four times that of HD content. As the year progresses, we will see an increasing number of 4K TVs in the market. At CES 2013, many companies gave a preview of their products.
LG, Toshiba, Vizio, Westinghouse and ViewSonic are among the companies to launch their 4K TVs. While 4K video content is not yet mainstream, users can expect ultra HD content to be in markets soon. Of these manufacturers, Toshiba and LG are expected to bring their products to India. Toshiba did not announce the price of its TV sets, while LG said its 84-inch 4K LED TV will cost $19,990 (approximately Rs 11 lakh).
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