Motorola says they have the most powerful smartphone around with the ATRIX 4G, and they've been showing it off at this year's Consumer Electronics Show without hesitation. The device is feature-rich in of itself, but Motorola managed to throw in plenty of extras to sweeten the deal for potential customers. Including a laptop-like dock that allows owners to connect the device, and access the device with a keyboard, display, and mouse. We managed to get some hands-on time with the device, while Motorola demoed the handset and its main accessory.
Having one car speakerphone isn't enough for BlueAnt. No, they've got to have options. That's where the S4 "true handsfree" voice controlled car speakerphone comes in. Shown off at the company's booth on the showroom floor at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the S4 is a bit more of a streamlined device.
While we were impressed with the S3 Compact Bluetooth speakerphone, it was the over-the-ear headphones that got all of our attention pretty quickly. We managed to get some time with the headphones, testing them against the noise of the entire showroom floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and we walked away both surprised, and pleased.
BlueAnt has managed to show up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with plenty of devices to show off. Continuing their focus on Bluetooth headsets and other devices, the company was happy to showcase their new S3 Compact Voice Answer Car Speakerphone. It's keeping with the compact design, but still packing in the features to make sure that potential customers are purchasing the device with everything inside.
Running through the labyrinth that is the showroom floor of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a feat in of itself, but it makes it all worth it when you find something like the Explorer Premium Wireless Inspection camera. A device that, for all intents and purposes, could be used perfectly for a plumber, and with the aesthetic appeal of a hardware store enthusiast, the Explorer Premium is "Your Extended Eyes & Hands!"
With all of these tablet devices running around the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, we wanted to make sure that we found some time with a smaller tablet-like device. That's when we ended up at the Garmin Nuvi booth, and found ourselves playing around with the 3760T.
Even if you're comparing the new slim-line Xbox 360, and the previous iterations, it doesn't come close to the image that's below. That's a gold-plated Xbox 360 Elite, and it is currently the main prize for winning The Behemoth's "Tournament of Champions."
Not many eReaders were on the show room floor at the Consumer Electronics Show, but we managed to find one, and while it may not be the number one eReader on the market, it's certainly got the potential in there somewhere. Of course, without a name brand that folks can recognize, it may not rise to the top of the pack in record time. The BOOX M Series eReader device doesn't slack on the features, at least.
Technology that powers the devices we love so much has to find some limelight, and thanks to company MultiTouch, the tech that many of us use in our mobile devices every day had an entire wall to show off its grand design. The company was showing off four 32-inch displays, set up in an inter-connected fashion, where they were going through the motions of moving pictures with 10-point contact, and talking up the usefulness of a system such as this.
For TVs, having a connection to the Internet, where users can access applications in some fashion or another, has been a big point at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. For Haier, which have officially unveiled a new line of Internet-connected TVs, it's about the hardware as much as it is the partnership that they've developed with Yahoo!.