Things got a little weird and wacky as CES 2014 began to slow down a little. We saw a smartphone case that can see your heat signature and one that harnesses the electromagnetic energy of cell ways to alert you to incoming calls. We saw a keyboard that is on the back of a device and a phone just for kids. And don’t get us started on 4k tablet we saw. Ok, we’re kidding. We’re going to tell you all about it.
Sony continues the inevitable push toward a paperless office with the supersized, 13-inch E-Ink tablet called the Sony Digital Paper DPT-S1. This education and executive-friendly slate can hold thousands of books and recognizes pen inputs. It is the largest device of its type on the market and is 3-inches bigger than the discontinued Amazon Kindle DX. The E-Ink Pearl screen offers a resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels and can display up to 16 shades of gray.