Hey folks, despite not being able to connect to a proper WiFi thus far here at The Gadget Show Live. We’ve managed to use our mobile connection and upload some of the gadgets and tech we’ve seen so far. Check out the gallery below, we’ll talk more about them soon!
A Koenigsegg supercar made of one gigantic piece of high-tech solar panel that runs purely on electrons? Yes exactly, this is no joke. The Quant is the offspring of the latest Koenigsegg-NLV (NLV Solar AG) partnership, its a four-passenger coupe with an electric motor driving each rear wheel. The combined output of this unique package is 512 horsepower, which is expected to bring the supercar from knot to 60 in about five seconds. La Vecchia explained at this year’s Geneva Motor Show that the so-called Flow Accumulator Energy Storage (FAES) invented by NLV is a combination of an electro-chemical battery and a redox cell.
Continue reading »
Continue reading »
As you know Transformers 2 (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen) the movie is well on the way and won’t be too long before it hits the screens. Chevy is heavily involved in all of the Autobot’s vehicles, so this week at the Chicago Auto Show Chevy showed everyone at the show what the new Bumblebee 2 (Camaro) would look like by building and putting up this massive 18-foot Bumblebee. Boy, these movies are really a great way for automakers to promote their cars isn’t it?
Check out how this massive autobot was unloaded and built from three crates sent to the General Motors exhibit at the Chicago Auto Show in Chicago…
Hey folks, we’ve got a few more pictures of the Samsung Show – the first pico projector phone which was featured at this year’s CES. Yes, we do realise the previous pictures were absolutely rubbish, so sorry about that! Hopefully the ones in the gallery below are much better, thanks to Slashgear.
Gallery after the jump or you can head straight there now by hitting our gallery tab at the top!
This is the Samsung Show and it’s the Korean’s first attempt at a projector phone, the candybar style phone may appear a little on the bulky side and runs Samsung’s proprietary OS.
The main specs will be released over the next week but we do know that the Samsung Show features support for Korea’s DMB-T digital TV system, uses Samsung’s TouchWIZ user interface, uses DLP projection technology from Texas Instruments and it’s got an OLED touchscreen display and a 5-megapixel camera – not bad at all!