CES 2008

Hanns-G HG-281DPB monitor is large

This is a 28-inch widescreen display, that’s huge, I mean the only computer monitor I know of that’s larger are the 30” models. It also has a 1920×1200 resolution and a not so impressive contrast ratio of 800:1.

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CES 2008: iSoniCast for iPod from Monster

The iSoniCast is a Wireless Audio Bidge that allows you the listen to your music from your home stereo. I know, I know, there have been billion of these things but it’s always good to know your options. The iSoniCast uses no batteries and lets you use your iPod as a remote control through your radio.

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CES 2008: Zoom H2 Stereo Recording

The Zoom H2 from Samson studio quality stereo recording in and ultra portable package. It weighs just over 4ounces, is both PC and MAC compatible, offers time stamping and gives 138 hours of MP3, 2 hours of recording at 96kHz and 6 hours at 44.1kHz. It comes with a 512MB SD card and has 4 onboard mic capsules.

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CES 2008: Energizer keeps going with several new products

Energizer showcased a new product line called Energizer Light on Demand. They also showed a couple of chargers: Energi To Go Portable Power for iPod and Energizer Family charge

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Cambridge Audio Azur Power Amp and Pre-Amp combo

Cambridge Audio unveiled some new audio components at CES this past week, a combo in fact, the Azur, 840W amp and a matching 840E pre-amp. The power amp is class XD (that’s right, it’s an emoticon).

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iTouchless automatic toilet flusher for residential use

Being at CES all week, I’ve been surrounded by sensor based everything in the bathroom, sensors on the toilets, urinals, sinks, soap, hand dryers, paper towels, everything, and its become kind of nice. However others would argue that it’s the bane of their existence and that it never works for them, I think its because they have an icy cold heart.

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CES 2008: Five InFocus Projectors

InFocus presented CES with quite a few projects: the IN15, IN35, IN35W, IN37 and IN82. The IN15 is as bright as most fixed installation conference room projectors and is small and compact. It gives 2500 ANSI lumens and has a zoom ratio of 1.4:1-2.0:1. It weighs less 4lbs and is available now for $1500.

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CES 2008: Omnistat2 Thermostat

The Omnistat2, a 7 day programmable communicating thermostat, won an honoree award at CES for Design and Engineering in Home Appliances. It’s made to precisely control the temperature and humidity within your home and it’ll learn your home’s heating and cooling patterns and automatically adjust the controls for efficiency and comfort.

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CES 2008: Griffin iTrip AutoPilot for your iPod/iPhone in the car

Griffin seems to be all about iAccesories and its iTrip is definitely one worth looking into. It’s perfect for in-car use as it broadcasts your music through FM frequencies and allows you stow and charge your device out of sight and still control it through its AutoPilot playback control.

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CES 2008: Joby GorillaPod Accessories

So the GorillaPod is not new, still cool, but not new, what is new is the accessories they are now packaging with it. There is a suction cup and a couple of Velcro attachments each of which are mountable on the GorillaPod just like a camera.

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CES 2008: Hand Check!

Aww, poor Vincent’s passed out and has no one to come to his defense! We are such terrible people, but this week really was hell so our fun can only logically come at the expense and torture of our fearless leader.

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CES 2008: MTube super-compact UMPC video

Although it might look like a cheapo digital photo frame intended to be hung from your keychain, the MTube UMPC is actually a full, VIA-powered superultraportable (no, that word doesn’t really exist) running Linux. At just 8.5 x 8.5 x 2cm and weighing 150g it’s being called the smallest “full featured” computer in the world, with WiFi, WiMAX, a 2.8-inch touchscreen running at 640 x 480 and a battery that can last a surprising four hours when playing video. MiniPcPro shot some footage of the MTube at CES 2008, being careful not to accidentally drop it or lose it under a crumb:

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