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ViewSonic MB-P702 PMP/ereader surprises by not being a tablet

ViewSonic MB-P702 PMP/ereader surprises by not being a tablet

We'll admit, we were so intrigued by ViewSonic's ViewPad 7 and ViewPad 100 last week, we didn't spot their MB-P702 PMP/ereader at the booth.  According to imp3, the 7-inch slate may look like yet another tablet, but actually it's a whole lot more focussed than the similarly-sized ViewPad 7.  No Android, no web browsing or Google Maps; just 1080p HD video playback with an HDMI output.

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Toshiba BDX3100KB 3D Blu-ray Unveiled, Due in the UK This October

Toshiba BDX3100KB 3D Blu-ray Unveiled, Due in the UK This October

There's no denying that companies all over the place are jumping onto the 3D bandwagon. Obviously someone, somewhere up on the corporate food chain in all of these manufacturers believe that 3D is the way to go. And, as long as that means we don't have to pay a hefty price tag at the theaters every time we want to enjoy some 3D goodness, we can see where they're coming from. (Of course, 3D in the home is still pretty expensive too.) With that being said, Toshiba is making another push into the 3D Blu-ray market today, with the announcement that the BDX3100KB 3D Blu-ray player will be released later this year.

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Toshiba Camileo S30 & P20 Unveiled, 1080p Recording in One Hand

Toshiba Camileo S30 & P20 Unveiled, 1080p Recording in One Hand

Having a camera small enough to hold in one hand comfortably, but pack enough recording power to make it worth your while isn't a new feat, but it is indeed something that we still look forward to. Not that there's plenty of options out there, mind you. But, when something like the Camileo S30 and P20 break cover, and look as attractive as they do, we can't help but get excited about the future of our 1080p recording endeavors.

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Sony VPL-VW90ES 3D Projector for the Home Announced, Due in November

Sony VPL-VW90ES 3D Projector for the Home Announced, Due in November

No surprise here that Sony's pushing even more pieces of technology with 3D somewhere in the equation. This time around, though, it's not meant for somewhere like your office, but entirely for your home. While their 3D HDTVs may not be taking off as well as they'd like, perhaps due to their price, that's not going to stop them from giving consumers out there plenty of options to choose from when it comes to full 1080p HD 3D viewing.

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