CES 2013: Rapoo's Smart TV
With all the new innovational ways that the television industry has climbed back to the top of the technology evolution, it seems that it is just the beginning of its collaboration stages. As we have seen, there is a clear demand on the market for companies to incorporate the mobility trend into everyday products. At CES (News - Alert) 2013, Rapoo unveiled its new line that will help cater to these requests.
Over the past week at CES, we have seen how products like Panasonic’s DT60 line of Smart TVs, which gives users the ability to control the TV by speaking commands into their smartphone, have changed the platform of engagement with your television.
The debut of ConnecTV app has sparked the Social TV revelation and redefined the way social media access. The mobile app uses a voice recognizing technology to “listen” to the show you are watching on television and automatically brings you to a social media related area. Rapoo, on the other hand, has integrated both voice recognizing and Web abilities to create an innovational television feature.
Rapoo, a manufacturer of wireless and peripheral products, decided to join reins with the television industry to create the next trend in the technology world. By using its wireless backdrop, Rapoo has revolutionized the way people experience television, with the help of a smartphone.
Rapoo TV is a receiver and remote solution that connects a Wi-Fi enabled device to any HDTV that changes the way people utilize their television. By connecting a iOS or Android (News - Alert) device with Rapoo TV, users are able to search the Internet, download apps and view Web or smartphone content on an HDTV.
For an even more Web friendly experience, users can connect a wireless mouse and keyboard to Rapoo TV to easily search the Web and use the HDTV as a large desktop.
Rapoo TV helps enhance the capabilities of a smartphone to search the Web by providing a larger, more efficient screen.
Along with the ability to mirror the content, the device can be converted into a remote, essentially creating an all-in-one product.
The act of watching television, along with being entertaining on is own, has never been a more enticing pastime.
Edited by Brooke Neuman