Razer shows off Project Linda, Vivo scans fingerprints in-screen
This is CNET at CES 2018, and here are the stories that matter right now.
The technology that was rumored to land in the newest iPhone and Samsung devices is here at CES.
Chinese phone maker Vivo has the fingerprint scanner technology on display, where a sensor lives underneath the actual screen.
When a finger touches it, the display lights up the contact area and can recognize 300 different characteristics to verify a match.
Famous for its concept products at CES, Razer's Project Linda is a hybrid laptop that also houses the company's Razer phone in the area where the trackpad would normally go.
The phones' screen can be used as a mouse for the laptop.
But also provide the android devise the laptops full keyboard and finally Honda had debuted four different robot concepts and the big show.
Honda envisions a future where multiple robots work together all under the companies 3E banner.
The robots represent different functions that address empowerment, empathy, and experience.
For more on their sneak presentations check out ces.cnet.com.
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