After the overview of the opening day of this show, continue to discover other notable announcements.
First point, we'll talk about a digital camera: The Kodak Easyshare M750. This 16 MP camera brings a new feature to this type of device. It has a WiFi connection for sharing images and videos instantly. Facebook, Youtube, Flickr and many others are available. But Kodak goes even further by proposing an Android and iOS app application that allows to use 3G connection to share photos and videos.
Steelseries was also present to present a new line of gaming mices. The three models are the Kana, the Kinzu v2 and v2 Kinvu Pro edition. It's on the Kana (pictured above) that we will look. It is an ambidextrous mouse with a sensor 3600 CPI and 6 buttons. Its luminous wheel is configurable thanks to the supplied software. This mouse is available in black and white.
Finally, it's a slightly tablet we'll show you. It is introduced by WikiPad Inc. and named 3D Android WikiPad. It has a 8 inch screen that does not require 3D glasses, 8 GB of internal memory and a microSD slot. So far nothing amazing (except the 3D of course), but WikiPad added to the sides of the tablet, joysticks, and directional pad and buttons that allow to change in game console. It will be available in the coming months.