NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Consumer Electronics Week in New York is a series of conferences, events and product demonstrations that marks the halfway point between the huge Consumer Electronics Shows that Las Vegas hosts every January.
This year, there were a number of interesting products being displayed, designed to pique everyone's fancy, from the beer enthusiast to the virtual reality lover. The following 10 items really caught our eye. Expect you'll be hearing a lot more about them the future.
Your favorite canned or bottled beer needs a boost, or so say the experts at Fizzics.
Currently offered as an Indiegogo project, this device looks more like a cross between modern coffee machine and cold drink dispenser. You put your can or bottle of store-bought brew inside the device and Fizzics does the rest. Operating on 4 AA batteries, it transforms the beer into something a lot closer to what you would get from a just-poured draft right from the barrel.
Even though it won't hit the market until later this year, there's still time to grab one for $199 on the Indiegogo page.
4SeTV allows you to stream four different TV shows at the same time. That means you can watch four different programs on four different devices (smartphones, tablets, computers, flat-screen TVs) or watch all four at the same time on one device. Imagine what you could do if you were watching four sporting events at once.
The only catch is that programming comes from free, over-the-air HDTV sources. The 4SeTV box captures the broadcast signal (antenna provided), processes it and then sends it to your home Internet router for streaming.
4SeTV is available for pre-order for $179.