Asus is showcasing technologies of tomorrow at the CES 2010 with three Waveface concept designs.
Waveface is ASUS' context-based vision of the new digital life.
ASUS believes that the future of information technology will be rooted strongly in mobility, with the cloud at its heart. By embedding multiple sensors in products, virtually every element in the user's environment—and, indeed, even the user's own physiology and emotional state—can be sources of rich data that can be leveraged to deliver the right information and services, at the right time.
Three Waveface concept products will be on show at CES 2010:
The Waveface Casa is a large widescreen display that acts as both entertainment center and internet portal. When not in use, a flexible, decorative cover obscures most of the screen, only exposing small areas that display contextually-relevant information.
Waveface Light (Photo)
Equipped with a touch-sensitive screen and backed by a soft, flexible material, the Waveface Light is an interface to the cloud that can be used in a conventional screen-keyboard configuration or as a flat, single-screen tablet.
A highly-portable device that can be strapped to one's wrist, the Waveface Ultra provides anywhere, anytime access to information and services. Its display can be snapped flat to enlarge the viewing area.
The Asus future concepts are a bit underwhelming. Good thing they announced some hot products you can actually buy this year at the CES 2010.
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