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By Rebecca Lo | China Daily | Updated: 2013-09-07 10:25

The international collection of eight winning gadgets integrated into Hotel Icon's three laboratory guestrooms:

Singapore's Bartech, whose Neobar and E-Tray allow operators to better monitor guest behavior through minibar selections.

The gadgets
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American company Brintons Carpets' high definition woven carpet can include up to 32 colors to give precise patterns and hues in soft flooring.

Hong Kong's DNet Solution won with SuperDock DN7000, a bedside device that is both a clock and can play any smart phone's playlist.

American company Fingi's Guest Communication Centre allows multiple smart phones to be charged at the same time without cords, while also acting as a music and information hub.

Spain's Salto Systems Asia introduced AElement, a wire-free locking system to secure guestroom doors while providing real-time audits of guest behavior.

Hong Kong's Service Technology Partner's Tely, a program that allows guests to interface with the concierge via their television for room service and other interactive requests.

Hong Kong's Spicy Innovations iFly Pad is a device that allows guests hands-free usage of smart devices.

Bangkok's VDA Asia developed Hotel on Air to give guests a downloadable app which allows them to virtually experience the hotel prior to staying there.

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