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The Ceatec trade show is a bustle of forklifts, cranes, and presenters rehearsing their lines just prior to its opening in Tokyo. The show runs October 6 to 10.
The Ply phone at the KDDI booth is designed to look like several slices of wood sandwiched together.
Another look at the Ply phone.
Need a lesson in antenna technology? Then you should be at Ceatec.
Press one of the three colored squares on either side of this entryway at the ROHM booth and the LED lights change color. Trippy.
These flexible OLEDs are 0.3mm thick and weigh just 0.05 grams/square inch.
Be the first on your block to own an OLED bracelet, or watch.
Synthetic "Kyoto Opal" at the Kyocera booth can be formed into sheets.
Kyoto Opal put to practical use--bling with bass.
Here comes the science. TDK shows off its technologies for making cars safer and more efficient.
It's right there in the Second Amendment: "The right of the people to keep and bear arms, including the Ni-sleeve gun, shall not be infringed."
NTT DoCoMo is proud of its phones.
A Rubik's Cube made from LEDs.
Not sure what this is promoting, but backyard rockets are never a bad thing.
TDK shows off long strips of "film solar cells."
We know how these workers feel. And Ceatec hasn't even opened.