In the pre and post days of the Int’l CES 2013, many an article has relayed the ‘wow’ types of gadgets, coming onto the marketplace. Technology is not just interesting because of what it does; the significance of the economics is what equally fuels our curiosity. In actuality, new innovations make ideal conversations, inclusive of how work and everyday living are being reshaped.
One such example was among the numerous giveaways at CES 2013. The freebie was a product by Innergie (http://www.myinnergie.com/), called mMiniAC. In essence, it’s a charging solution for portable devices. To illustrate, if you recall my discussions of the ‘Qube’ and other MatrixAudio products, the mMiniAC gives an ability to charge these devices from your wall socket. Accordingly, a mere USB cable for charging a device from a laptop, can, as an alternative, be connected to the mMiniAC; thus, permitting you to now plug into a wall socket, doing the same. Furthermore, this includes an android phone, or Bluetooth device.
If you were to recall the items mentioned in previous articles, new types of accessories have swelled the ranks, complementary to the explosion of electronic gadgets. The reasoning bears itself in simplicity; for every major investment, regardless of why, people are willing to consider a product or service that will enhance or offer protection to it. Hence, there forms the base of how many recently released devices have found a growing audience. This new wave of technology involves a learning curve; one embedded toward building competitive advantages; capitalizing on nuances, helpful in producing added business or increasing social circles; and, in general, the more one uses the more one appreciates the abundant applications.
Ultimately, readers will determine any relevance or personal bonding. Our goal in writing about them is to bring an awareness of their existence and presence in today’s marketplace. To further note, consumer electronics (CE) sales, per a forecast by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), is projected to total $209.6 billion, for 2013. Pursuant to a laypersons conclusion, this industry is in permanent growth mode. Appropriately, whether you are worker, or entrepreneur, or management, or analyst, or consultant, or researcher, or owner, or supervisor, technology is an impact factor, on customers, suppliers, workers, and those you seek to build alliances. Yet, as a cautionary note, in the hands of truly good and sincere people, you can expect good things to come about.
In closing, I leave you with a bit of news in the technology world: G-Form’s Reactive Protection Technology has been named a 2013 Award Finalist by the internationally renowned Edison Awards. (http://g-form.com/).