Dexim Santom USA showed several products, including the "Music Talking Stylus" designed for use with iPhones and iPads. Besides serving as a touch-screen stylus, the pen communicates via Bluetooth to your smartphone and tablet, allowing users to wirelessly listen to both music and phone messages. The stylus comes with a built-in volume button.
LAS VEGAS Ė The Consumer Electronics show curtain raiser, dubbed "CES Unveiled," offered a glimpse of consumer market trends and how small and mid-sized companies are leveraging emerging technologies to create variations on existing products.
One unmistakable trend here is the proliferation of devices using wireless (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) and sensors, along with gadgets designed to work with apps running on smartphones and tablets.
In the pages that follow, we highlight some of the latest devices that just might catch on with consumers in 2013.
A stylish stylus