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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?

Ticwear is coming

Ticwear's next big thing is Ticwear, a smartwatch scheduled for launch in June. The watch face (captured in the poster above) reads: "Find me a cafe nearby, with Wi-Fi."


Pardon for a fuzzy picture here. The photo of Ticwear was taken before we were asked not to take a picture of the product before the "official" launch.

Ding Dong Smart Speaker speaker explained to us this is a speaker with voice recognition capability. When asked if it's like Siri, the company said, "Better than Siri." But during the demonstration, the representative of the product had to profusely apologise for Ding Dong not being able to understand English.

All you need to do is to just start your conversation with the gadget by saying: "Ding Dong!" Then the smart speaker is at your service, streaming whatever music you asked for.

Follow your voice

Ingdan control device

At Ingdan's large exhibition space, a voice-activated command and control device, similar to Ding Dong, was on display. Simply by talking to it, you can ask this connected device to open a curtain, turn off lights, turns on music, control surveillance cameras and adjust the temperature of a room.

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