CES: Portraits in purple prose (Part three: Revenge of the purple)

January 6, 2011

Here is Thursday’s first delivery of hot, overwrought, steaming, challenging, game-changing, erotically charged press release prose from the Consumer Electronics Show, the place where adverbs, adjectives and hyperbole go after they die. Click the links to see parts one and two from Wednesday.

We breed renowned turnkeys

01:00 05Jan11 -Option to CES Exhibitors: “Mobilize Your Products With The World’s Smallest 3G Module”

The second-generation GTM601/GTM609 modules will power a new breed of consumer and business devices that are ultra-thin, super-fast and globally ready. The modules provide makers of smartphones, tablets, handheld industrial terminals, mobile healthcare devices, digital signage, interactive kiosks, security systems, vehicle infotainment systems and other connected devices with a cost-effective, turnkey solution for adding voice and mobile broadband to their products. The GTM601/GTM609 modules include Option’s renowned technical expertise and customer support services. These capabilities enable device vendors – particularly those with no cellular experience – to bring wireless solutions to market quickly and cost-effectively without the cost, risk and lead time of adding the staff, equipment and other resources necessary to develop wireless solutions.

“The GTM601 and GTM609 are the only 3G modules that give vendors unprecedented new options for creating devices that stand out from the pack with their super-slim designs, global roaming capabilities and true broadband speeds,” said Jan Callewaert, CEO Option. “Just as important, these modules slash the cost, risk and time to market for those vendors, giving them a competitive advantage over rivals that are limited by modules based on past, first-generation footprint design.”

Extreme groundbreaking gaming experiences. (You are compelled to write this way.)

Partnership with NVIDIA delivers ground-breaking gaming experiences to Android devices

LAS VEGAS,  Jan. 5, 2011  /PRNewswire/ —  Glu Mobile Inc.  (Nasdaq: GLUU), a leading global publisher of social games for smartphone and tablet devices, announced today at CES a strategic partnership with NVIDIA. This partnership highlights Glu’s leadership in delivering unparalleled gaming experiences to Android-powered tablets and mobile devices.

“Our vision of bringing high-performance social gaming experiences to consumers on tablets is only possible with key partnerships like the ones we’re announcing today,” said  Niccolo de Masi, CEO of Glu. “With the rapid growth of tablet usage, we look forward to delivering compelling social mobile games that utilize the cutting-edge technology in these devices.”

New mobile devices with Tegra 2 bring extreme multi-tasking with the first mobile dual-core CPU, a superior mobile web experience with up to two times faster browsing, hardware accelerated Flash, and console-quality gaming with an ultra-low power (ULP) GeForce GPU. Tegra’s multimedia capabilities allow developers and publishers like Glu to deliver an even more immersive gaming experience for Android devices.

Intelligent AC/DC power adapters. (They’re smart, but they can’t decide what they are.)

“Green Plug is leading the industry in bringing intelligence, power monitoring and advanced control to AC/DC power adapters and the consumer device ecosystem,” said Frank P. Paniagua, Jr., founder and CEO of Green Plug. “With the development and introduction of the Green Plug Green Power Processor, chip makers and power supply manufacturers now have the technology they need to undertake the transition from clunky black bricks and wall warts to sleek, efficient digital power adapter architectures capable of exchanging information between the power source and the load and adjusting power use according to product need.

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