CES: Portraits in purple prose (part two, now with 30% more purple)

January 5, 2011

Here’s another crop of special announcements emanating from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. As with the first installment of “CES: Portraits in purple prose,” we bring you a selection of products and services that will revolutionize your paradigm, provide you with a turnkey solution and even pick the kids up from school and cast your vote for you on Election Day.

How to take over the entire world, vanquish capitalism and stop paying your bills with one software program—DO IT TONIGHT!

Peep Wireless Technology, A Delaware Corporation, is revealing its PeepApp iPhone software at CES in Las Vegas starting today. The software App turns every phone into a client/server viral transmitter/receiver. Those “seed phones”, in turn, capture every device with bluetooth, WiFi or other spectrum points (ie: Game Boxes, Pads, Cafes, Bluetooth cars, PC`s, Internet TV`s, numbering over 450 million locations) and cause the Peep Mesh to grow and grow around the world in a repercussive peer-to-peer manner. The app will also be released on other phone platforms in the future.

Why might a consumer want this?: They would never need to pay a phone bill again and all their email, internet and media access would be free forever and they would control a new type of internet/mobile network. An embedded social network structure pays them to use the system and transact with the App.

Why might a network owner want this?: It saves them billions of dollars and years of build-out time and doubles their capacity almost overnight. It creates instant, low-cost, femtocell, picocell and dead-zone fill-in solutions. The entire solution is software based but Peep will, in future announcements, release a keyfob item that quadruples the range, scope and power of the PeepApp.

Demonstrations are limited to commercial partners,  investors and potential industrial customers under NDA. Consumer release of the App is expected to take place via commercial partners who will announce release dates on their own schedules.

The world’s first (like the Gutenberg Bible or the wheel, only more incremental)

09:00 29Dec10 -Phoenix Gold to Unveil World’s First OEM Integration Car Audio Amplifier & Subwoofer Combo at 2011 CES

Trailblazer, legendary reputation, giant step (It was like when South Africa ditched Apartheid and we landed astronauts on the moon)

CLEARWATER, Fla.,  Dec. 29, 2010  /PRNewswire/ — Phoenix Gold (www.phoenixgold.com) has long been seen as a trailblazer in the field of car audio, offering amplifiers, subwoofers and speakers that push the limits of engineering, technology and contemporary style. At the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in  Las Vegas  this January, the company will take that legendary reputation one giant step further with the introduction of its Innovations Award winning i-Series “OEM integration” amplifier/subwoofer kit.

World’s first and only (each of us is unique)

LAS VEGAS,  Dec. 30, 2010  /PRNewswire/ –  ESCORT Inc., leading manufacturer of premium automotive electronic accessories and the world’s best radar and laser detectors, is presenting the new  PASSPORT iQ, the world’s first and only integrated radar detector and GPS NAV driving accessory, at the 2011 CES Digital Experience on  Jan 5th  (7 -  9 PM, Caesars Palace) during CES (Consumer Electronics Show). PASSPORT iQ  establishes the standard for protecting consumers from unwanted tickets and guiding them safely to their destination.

Putting Bob Marley to work, even when he’s dead (Special offer, limited to Marley family members)

United by music to create a better world and spread Bob Marley`s vision of One Love, One World, the family of Bob Marley will unveil its first collection of audio electronics products from The House of Marley at Booth #7917, Central Hall. All Marley family members in attendance will be available for autographs and listen to jam sessions for the next generation of the Marleys, featuring Joseph, Frederick and Daniel Marley daily at 5 p.m.

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