ChargeKey is a key-shaped smartphone cable that fits onto your keychain. It works like your normal cable for charging and syncing your phone – plug one end into a USB port and the other end into your mobile device.
I like the fact that I can connect it to a keychain, but I’ve mostly kept it connected to my lipstick charger in my purse.
At the very affordable price of $25.00 I can see many event and conference applications. Providing these to your attendees (There are iphone and micro USB versions) or simply having them around charging stations.
I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed wearing Google Glass during CES. The handful of people wearing them was surprising, but I bet all would agree that wearing them in that setting was fantastic. Of course CES is not everyday use, so how does an event professional take advantage of being a Google Glass Explorer.
One way that I’ve found great value is during site visits. I used them on a couple of site visits to prepare for the March Social Media Tulsa Conference.
Her is an example of the site visit I did at the Aloft Downtown Hotel in Tulsa, OK.
These are no where near the quality of a Google Business photo, but for sharing with suppliers, speakers, and team members it works great.
I think this just scratches the surface of how event professionals will use Google Glass. How do you see them being used for events?
During the International CES, +WWE announced the first ever 24/7 streaming network. the WWE Network will launch live in the U.S. on Monday, February 24, featuring all 12 WWE live pay-per-view events-including WrestleMania®- valued at more than $600 per year for $9.99 per month with a 6-month commitment. WWE Network will also include groundbreaking original programming, reality shows, documentaries, classic matches, and more than 1,500 hours of video on demand at launch.
Fans can subscribe to WWE Network beginning at 9 am ET on Monday, February 24 at WWE.com, and for a limited time will be offered a free one week trial.
WWE Network will also be available through the WWE App on: Amazon’s Kindle Fire devices; Android devices, iOS, Roku streaming devices; Sony PlayStation 3®, PlayStation 4®, and Xbox 360.
I remember being intrigued by the save the date notice I received from the WWE. The event and press conference did not disappoint. In their words, it’s way over the top.
I was fortunate to capture and enjoy the entire press conference through Google Glass. You can watch it as I did. I apologize for the occasional squeal. It was by far my favorite press conferences and party of CES 2014.
CEA announced today that the 2014 CES wrapped as the largest in show history with a record two million net square feet of exhibit space housing more than 3,200 exhibitors. CES dazzled as the global gathering place for anyone involved in the business of consumer technologies with more than 150,000 industry professionals in attendance, including more than 35,000 from outside the United States.
I’ve made it back to Tulsa with a load of my favorites. In the next few days, I will release my best of CES for Event Professionals list here, and I’ll post the best of CES Digital Health over on the StepOne Health Blog.
Here’s a sneak peak at a few of my favorites:
Did you attend? What were some of your favorites?