These are the things that stood out for me at this years CES.
Thermador Freedom Induction Cooktop this is the future of cooking for me. It costs around 4 lakhs. But it will come down in price and will be adapted by all. Future of induction cooking.
Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale its simple and uploads all your body data to the fitbit site where its beautifully visualized. Its cheap also.
Lenovo IdeaCenter A720 its the all one that look like imac with a flexible body. Love the fact that you can pull down and use it like a big tablet. It has a touch screen and its cheaper than imac. Hope imac goes this way too.
Samsung inTouch camera you can attach this camera to your tv and get internet and video chatting on tv. This is will good device to buy until you get wifi enabled tv which will be cheaper only 2 to 3 years from now. Until then hook this up to bring your old tv to internet.
Sharp Tv not the big ass tv. In the middle of the video they bring out battery powered tv that you can carry around. Love the idea, hope it comes to market and has 10 hours battery life. There is Toshiba power tv now in the market but it looks as big as regular tv not carry-able.
Samsung and LG OLED TV these cost a bomb now but in future, they will be as cheap as the LCD's now. So this is the future of tv and loving it.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga unbelievable industrial design. I don't think this will take off but love the design and the idea.
There were some phone announcements like the Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan 2 etc. Also more demos of Windows 8, Nintendo Wii U, Sony Playstation Viva etc. These have been see else where before.
It was tablets galore i don't think android tablets will take off. It will take release of Windows 8 tablets to compete with iPad.
Google tv will happen but no one will use it at least in India. Unless they some how get on to DTH set top boxes.