January 11, 2010
Thanks to Intel and my involvement in the Intel Insiders program, I spent the better part of last week in Las Vegas on the floor at the 2010 Consumer Electronic Show. Prior to attending I shared 10 things to look for at CES so with the event wrapping up it only seems appropriate that I share some of the most interesting finds at this years show. Here is a list of 13 of the most interesting tech products I found at CES 2010:
- Alioscopy 3D TV makers showed off an auto-stereoscopic (no-glasses) 3D content playing on a proprietary HD TV at the Intel booth. It was by far the most interesting 3D TV I saw because it was the only TV that was in 3D with the use of glasses. Check out this video of the 3DTV at the Intel booth.
Parrot’s A.R.Drone, is a flying drone for augmented reality gaming. What does this mean? It is basically an iPhone controlled mini helicopter. It can be used with interactive games and run via your iPhone or iPod touch. A camera mounted on the front of the drone transmits live video to your iPhone, while a second, bottom-mounted camera tracks the position of the flying accessory relative to ground. Game on! Check out this short video clip of the A.R.Drone landing at CES.
- Prologic QUE proReader offers a very sleek looking eReader and tablet hybrid for everyday use.
The D-Link Boxee Box was unveiled to make offer an easy way for anyone to connect their TV to the Web and loads of Web content. The box has the Boxee free, open source, downloadable software brings all your entertainment into one place.
- Light Blue Optics Light Touch turns any surface into a touch screen by turning static images created by the projector into interactive multimedia content.
- Lenovo Skylight computer offers a unique looking netbook computer. It’s rounded corners, small size and colorful options make it alluring to anyone looking for a new netbook.
- Sprint Overdrive Mobile Hotspot is a new 4G mobile hotspot that leverages the exisiting WiMax technology that has been made possible with the help of ClearWire and Intel. It’s not offered in every city yet but keep your fingers crossed and maybe it soon will be. The device is available January 10 for $100. Sprint’s combo 3G/4G plan is $60 per month.
- MyFord & SYNC system offers some state of the art multimedia and communications technology at your fingertips. Sync your mobile device to play Pandora’s Internet Radio app and more.
Kodak Playsport waterproof pocket video camera is the new line of HD portable video recorders is waterproof up to 10 ft under water and capture the entire experience in full 1080p HD. This little camera is a must have for the extreme, rugged on-the-go video maker or video blogger – let the underwater and outdoor adventures begin!
- The Copia Social eReader Platform is the first of its kind and could give shoppers looking at the Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble nook another viable option as it creates an platform for reading, learning and sharing socially among readers. They also have a pretty extensive line of eReaders and even had a special line for children.
- Zink Pandigital 4×6 Pocket Sized Printer gives you the freedom to print photos while on the go without the use of ink! This innovate inkless printer makes printing and sharing photos pretty seamless via your SD memory card.
Fujistu Lifebook UH900 offers a tiny pocket-sized mobile internet device running Windows 7 that is perfect for on the go use. It is half the weight of most netbooks and powered with the same Intel Atom processor inside this little MID could really do the trick.
- Intel Wireless Display powered by the all new 2010 Intel Core processor family allows you to experience your favorite videos, photos and music on your TV with great image clarity and amazing sound.
Which of these products sounds to most interesting to you?
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