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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?

One-touch router


This router called Kisslink in China (the same product is called Keewifi in the U.S.) requires no password. Simply by holding your device close to Kisslink, you can gain access to the network, according to the company.

Neither NFC nor Bluetooth is used for this, according to the company. The company representative would not tell us exactly what technology it's using, other than saying, "a patented new way is used for secure connectivity."

ZigBee everywhere


Suddenly, ZigBee is spotted everywhere at CES Asia. Wulian, founded in 2005, calls itself a "leader in the IoT smart home systems." The company has developed a host of switches and control panels. By leveraging them, users can control lights, home appliances and others at home remotely.

Wireless switch

ZigBee security set

ZigBee Security Kit

The ZigBee Security Kit, developed by Shenzhen Orvibo Electronics Co., includes ZigBee hub, door/window sensor, IR sensor and smoke detector.

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