CES: Gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Show

January 7, 2010

The Consumer Electronics Show is underway, with myriad companies announcing new devices and services. Most are cool, although many may never be seen again after this week, if the companies don’t find manufacturing partners or a consumer market that wants these cutting-edge gadgets.

Here’s a sample, as seen through the lens of Reuters photographer Mario Anzuoni.


A guest wears a Liquid Image Scuba Series HD320, which feature a 135 degree wide angle lens and the ability to shoot HD 720P video.


A ZOMM Wireless Leash, about $80. Once linked to your phone via Bluetooth, it can remind you that you forgot your cell, it can act as a speakerphone, a personal security alarm, and it can even dial local law enforcement anywhere in the world at the press of a button.


LG Electronics President and Chief Technology Officer Woo Paik unveils an ultra-slim LED LCD TV. The TV is less than 7 millimeters thick.


Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid laptop features a detachable screen. Users can switch between laptop and Tablet PC mode.

Come back to Mediafile for more sights and sounds from CES.

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