Need to recharge your phone? Add your favorite water or beverage to the PowerTrekk Fuel Cell, and you get battery juice, no matter where you are.
nVolutions has found a unique way to charge a mobile phone. Although the product won't be available until the end of the year, the price will be just right: about $25..
Spatial View demonstrates its iPhone and laptop 3-D lenses, plus content portal, at CES
Steelcase is at CES 2012 demonstrating an office collaboration solution called media:scape. Media:scape allows information workers to easily tie their HDMI-capable PCs, tablets, and other devices to a single HD screen and switch between them for screen sharing. But it's expensive.
Universal Display with 10-point multitouch, an ARM processor, and wireless capabilities makes a versatile companion for phones, tablets, and laptops. Check out our video of the display in action at CES 2012.
Neat's scanner hardware, software, and cloud services, introduced at CES, give SMBs an organized way to compile expense or tax reports.
Optoma Technologies --- known for its small projectors --- was at CES 2012 showing off three of its hightly portable offerings. One is a battery-operated 100 lumens LED projector that's small enough to fit in your pocket.
Tobii eye-tracking technology lets you control certain PC or tablet tasks with your eyes, not your hands.
Sonomax lets users make their own custom-fit headphones. The process is fast and affordable, but the quality is debatable.
Goal Zero demonstrates at CES solar panels with heavy-duty rechargers for a variety of portable (and not so portable) devices.
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