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CES Asia: Riding China's consumer electronics wave

Posted: 01 Jun 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Intel? smartwatch? WiFi? consumer electronics? Internet of Things?

A glimpse of that promise and its potential is visible at CES Asia this week here. We share with you what caught our eyes at CES Asia in the following pages.

Who is JD.com?

CES Asia

JD.com in essence is equivalent to Amazon.com in China. The Internet company, besides selling a lot of consumer goods, also defines its own hardware such as VR glasses, smartwatches and other gadgets such as voice recognition speakers you can talk to. The booth was packed with attendants all day long.

The world's lightest VR glasses

Head-mounted displays

Forget about clunky and heavy head-mounted displays.

Dlodlo, China's Virtual Reality developer, showed off Dlodlo VR Glasses at JD.com's booth.

Dlodlo claims it's "the world's lightest portable immersive Virtual Reality glasses." Weighing at just 120g, four times lighter than VR headsets, Dlodlo VR Glasses look like sunglasses.

Dlodlo VR Glasses

Dlodlo VR Glasses offer HD resolution of 2K with a 16:9 aspect ratio and 120Hz refresh rate for a display, without dizziness, lag or distortion, the company said. Dlodlo supports 2D/3D switch video, 4K video displays and provides the largest 110 field of view, according to the company.


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