Toyota, Honda, and Nissan were all present at Japan's biggest tech expo, showing off their own highly distinctive concepts for the future of mobility.
Japan's biggest annual consumer electronics show is always home to some fascinating conceptual gadgets. We take a look at a few new ways of interacting with devices from this year's CEATEC.
Ceatec 2011 outside Tokyo was less about eye-popping displays, though it had its fair share, and more about saving energy.
The annual Japanese gadget fest kicked off this week, with plenty of goodies to tempt technology lovers.
Ceatec is always a reliable place to spot some of the coolest, most forward-thinking--and sometimes impractical--concept designs for cell phones.
roundup The Japanese equivalent of Las Vegas' CES and Berlin's IFA is packed to the skylights with practical products--and offers a glimpse into the future of gadgetry.
Toshiba's 10.1-inch AT700 Regza tablet is 0.3 inches thick and weighs 1.23 pounds. For now, it's only destined for Japan.
The annual show has a well-earned reputation as a peek into our gadget future. The 2010 edition is guaranteed to be full of some of the geekiest stuff going.
Several new tablets, ranging from 5 inches to more than 10 inches make their debut at Ceatec. But only one has a firm shipping date.
This story initially included the camera in the pricing given in the last paragraph. That pricing is for the lens only.