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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?

Wi-Fi Smart Remote Control: 'Allone'


The mission of "Allone" is to let you use your smartphone as a remote control for IR-based home appliances, no matter where you are, via Wi-Fi, 2G, 3G or 4G network.

The unit downloads IR codes from the cloud server. It also supports "scene mode" to control multiple IR devices on one touch.

Luxury in Motion

F015 Luxury in Motion

Mercedes-Benz brought to Shanghai a self-driving car, dubbed as "the F015 Luxury in Motion," just as it did earlier this year at CES in Las Vegas. The German car company styles it as "a classic luxurious carriage" where passengers sit face to face.

F015 Luxury in Motion

The vehicle comes with color-coded LED lights on the front and back to tell people on the street whether it is in autonomous mode, or more importantly, letting pedestrians know when it's safe to cross.

The F015 showcased here on the floor was definitely a crowd pleaser.

Transporters in different flavours

Electric scooters

While the Western car OEMs ruled the automotive segment of the CES Asia show floor, Chinese vendors showed their dominance in the transporter category. Hangzhou Chic Intelligent Technology co. showed off self-balancing motorised personal electric scooters.


Here's another example of personal transporters. Shanghai Fastwheel Intelligent Technology Co. Ltd, founded only three years ago, became the first company in China to dedicate its R&D to self-balancing electric unicycles, produce and sell them.

These unicycles come with Fastwheel OS. Their maximum speed, 20km per hour, can be adjusted by updated app.

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