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