We’ve just lived through CES 2015, and all the new and exciting gadgets it’s unveiled. Before we embark on to the next big tech trade show, MWC 2015, in the coming weeks, we take a look at some other news that made headlines this week.
Transform your world with Microsoft’s HoloLens headset
The future of Windows lies within holograms, or so it seems by the company’s latest unveil, the HoloLens headset. It’s somewhat like the Oculus Rift, but unlike the former, the HoloLens headset doesn’t require another device to be paired for it to work and it projects 3D holograms into your world.
HP’s Pro Slate 12 is one giant tablet
This week saw HP lay out a wide range of new tablets, and the Pro Slate 12 is one of the many. It comes with an extremely massive screen (12.3in to be exact) and has a few handy features that will make you squeal with excitement, including the Duet Pen (HP’s stylus with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon digital pen tech).
There might soon be a HTC smartwatch
MWC 2015’s going to house plenty of new technologies that weren’t unveiled at CES this year. And the purported HTC smartwatch might be one of them. According to sources, it could be in collaboration with sports brand Under Armour, and run on Google's Android Wear OS.
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This new Sharp smartphone takes us back to the flip-phone days
Sharp’s being very smart with the products it’s unveiling – there’s something that sets them apart from the rest. The Sharp Aquos K mobile is one of them. Why you ask? It’s a smartphone that comes looking like a flip-phone. And it’s got some pretty awesome features to boast too.
Look ma! A no-hands selfie
All you selfie lovers, hail the new Panasonic Lumix GF7. It’s the selfie machine to have, thanks to its hands-free shooting mode (woohoo! No more ungainly looking arms) and it also has a handful of auto-edit modes to make you look better. It will be available sometime in March though, so hold your horses till then.