CES: Gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Show

January 8, 2010

The Consumer Electronics Show is underway, with myriad companies announcing new devices and services. Here’s a sample, as seen through the lens of Reuters photographers Mario Anzuoni and Steve Marcus.


the Infoscape concept at the Intel booth


Panasonic’s 3d Camcorder. Sure, it kind of looks like a “viewmaster”. But its one of the keys to creating 3D content for consumers to see when they buy a 3D TV.


A super-thin OLED screen from LG Electronics. OLED (Organic light emitting diode) screens are clear and bright, but TVs with the screens are still mostly small and expensive.


Here’s a guy using the ASUS multi-touch portable computer.

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So far I think two of the most promising things are the Light Touch Pico display which projects an interface onto any surface and uses lasers to track interaction. And secondly the Skype TV which makes our Back to the Future dreams of TV video communications a reality.

I’ve created a list of the top 10 best and worst of the CES at baduku.com so check it out and add your opinions if you agree or disagree: http://www.baduku.com/topics/things-at-c es-2010_32

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