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Wireless Chargers

If trends among Japanese tech companies are a harbinger of things to come, wire-free inductive chargers will become more of a presence in the United States. Panasonic, Maxwell and other companies all had such chargers on display at CEATEC.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

Although many of the smartphones on display at CEATEC and other Japanese venues feature next-generation, often Japan-specific hardware, they have an overwhelming tendency to run Google Android (as seen here, with the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10).

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Fujitsu Arrows Tab LTE F-01D

The Fujitsu Arrows Tab LTE F-01D leverages its camera for hands-free gesture control. Its also waterproof, in case you want to take it with you into the shower.

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LG Optimus Pad

T-Mobile used this 8.9-inch tablet from LG Electronics as the basis for its stateside G-Slate. It runs Android and boasts a dual-camera configuration in back for shooting in 3D.

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Projector

A smartphone capable of projecting an image on a nearby wall—useful for presentations.

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Wood

This feature phone has an exterior case made from wood.

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Giant Camera

Here is a smartphone with a giant 16.3-megapixel camera.

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Windows Phone

A smartphone that apparently runs a version of Windows other than Windows Phone or Windows Mobile.

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Feature Phones</b><br />

Chic feature phones also boast a significant presence on the Japanese mobile market.

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Aquos 3D

A Sharp Aquos 3D smartphone.

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Aquos Rear

The rear of the Aquos 3D smartphone, with its two cameras.

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LG Optimus Bright L-07C

An Android-powered smartphone with a bright (actually, make that super-bright) 4-inch display.

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