Here is a Segway with a solar panel, just one of many examples on the CEATEC show floor of renewable-energy devices meant to power technology.
Of the laptops present on the show floor, the majority embrace a light-and-thin ethos, in keeping with what seems to be a worldwide trend. Seen here, a 13.3-inch Toshiba Dynabook.
The Acer Aspire S3-1, another 13.3-inch ultra-thin ultrabook, is loaded with Intels i7 processor.
The Asus UX21, still another super-thin ultrabook.
Intel is using CEATEC to show off its embedded processors in displays, which allows for the creation of virtual objects, such as this fake panda head pasted onto this models body.
An Onkyo 10.1-inch tablet running Windows 7.
Super-high-resolution televisions are another focus at CEATEC, such as this Mitsubishi MDR2 with 3D capability.
Sharps 7-inch Galapagos tablet runs Android 3.2. Its screen offers 1024x600 resolution.
Sharp has whacked production of the 5.5- and 10.8-inch versions of the Galapagos tablet, leaving only this 7-inch model on the Japanese market.
NEC Lifetouch W
The NEC Lifetouch W is a dual-screen tablet running Android 2.2.
Lifetouch W Display
Each 7-inch display boasts 600 x 800 resolution. Battery life is rated at 5 hours.
Kyoceras Digno super-thin smartphone for the Japanese market. It runs Android. Its also (supposedly) waterproof.