CES 2010

Plastic Logic QUE hands-on

Plastic Logic QUE hands-on

Plastic Logic's new QUE ereader raised some eyebrows at CES 2010 when the company announced their pricing: $649 for the WiFi-only 4GB model, rising to $799 for the WiFi/3G 8GB version is a whole lot of money when consumers are used to $259 Kindles and nooks.  Still, when SlashGear caught up with the QUE earlier we found it a hard device not to like; check out our first-impressions and a hands-on video demo after the cut.

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Microsoft Arc Keyboard: Marvelous Mini

Microsoft Arc Keyboard: Marvelous Mini

As I'm sure you very well know there is a a massive amount of options when it comes to keyboards. With most being like the one just before it, Microsoft's Arc seems to be an exception to the rule. The ARC is a wireless keyboard designed with both function and style in mind, the overall size of the unit is just 12x6 inches but in no way means it isnt a feature rich device.

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Shure previews two new sound-isolation earphones, SE435 & SE535

Shure previews two new sound-isolation earphones, SE435 & SE535

Audio industry leader Shure has announced and previewed two additions to its award-winning line of Sound Isolating earphones (SE).  The new dual-driver SE435 and triple-driver SE535 Sound-Isolationg Earphones feature a detachable cable design, memory wire, and outsanding passive sound isolation.  As an owner of Shure’s current top-of-the-line flagship SE530 in-ear-monitor, I’m eager to see what wonders Shure can pull out of their hat this time.

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Pegatron Atom slate gets video hands-on

Pegatron Atom slate gets video hands-on

While HP's unnamed slate PC got most of the attention during and after Microsoft's CES 2010 keynote yesterday, it wasn't the only touchscreen device Steve Ballmer had on stage with him.  Neowin have been digging to discover more about the Pegatron model also shown, and have come up not only with some specs but a video demo of the slate in action.

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Dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon 8X72 chipset due by end of 2010

Dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon 8X72 chipset due by end of 2010

Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipset may only now be turning up in any real number of mobile devices - you'll find its 1GHz thrumming away in the HTD HD2, Google Nexus One and various Smartbooks announced at CES 2010 this week - but that doesn't mean the company are resting on their laurels.  In fact the company's SVP of product management, Luis Pineda, has just revealed that there are at least two more versions of Snapdragon to come in 2010, running at up to 1.5GHz.

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LG GW990 Moorestown smartphone coming 2H2010

LG GW990 Moorestown smartphone coming 2H2010

LG's GW990 Moorestown-based smartphone had its first official demonstration today, during the Intel CES 2010 keynote this morning.  The smartphone - which runs Intel's Moblin Linux-based open source OS - is expected to arrive on the market in the second half of 2010, complete with a 4.8-inch wide-aspect touchscreen and HSPA connectivity.

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Netgear Push2TV PVT1000 WiDi adapter gets official

Netgear Push2TV PVT1000 WiDi adapter gets official

Netgear have come clean with full details on their Push2TV adapter, the Netgear PVT1000, designed specifically to work with Intel's newly-announced WiDi Wireless Display technology.  Slightly larger than a deck of cards, the PVT1000 has just two outputs - HDMI and composite video - together with an internal WiFi connection.

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Intel AppUp Center netbook app store launched

Intel AppUp Center netbook app store launched

Intel have announced their Atom app store beta, which we now know to be called AppUp.  Set to be preinstalled on Acer, ASUS, Dell and Samsung netbooks, the download center will offer titles tailored to netbooks such as social networking, IM and media management.

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Intel WiDi debuts for HD-over-WiFi streaming; Netgear & Toshiba onboard

Intel WiDi debuts for HD-over-WiFi streaming; Netgear & Toshiba onboard

Intel have announced Intel Wireless Display or WiDi, a system for streaming high definition video content from your PC to an HDTV via your WiFi network.  Announced during Intel's CES 2010 keynote, WiDi requires a PC with a Core i3, i5 or i7 processor together with a standalone adapter box - priced at around $100, Intel reckon - which plugs into your HDTV via HDMI.  Intel demonstrated streaming Netflix from a laptop through WiDi to a TV display.

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JVC Full HD 3D unibody consumer projector “coming next”

There’s plenty of 3D action to be had at CES 2010 already, but if you can wait a little longer JVC have something new up their sleeve.  While at the JVC stand SlashGear A/V expert Daniel Lim managed to tease out confirmation that the company has a consumer range Full HD unibody 3D projector – similar to the LG CF3D – “coming next”.

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LG CF3D 3D projector arrives May for $10k

LG CF3D 3D projector arrives May for $10k

LG's 2010 LCD range wasn't the only place 3D cropped up from the company.  SlashGear stopped by to take a look at their new 3D projector, the LG CF3D, which can produce a 3D image from a single projector rather than requiring separate left and right images.  What's really interesting is the price: unlike previous systems, LG's have a consumer focus and will be priced at around $10,000.

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Verizon ICD Ultra LTE tablet hands-on

Verizon ICD Ultra LTE tablet hands-on

After showing you the T-Mobile ICD Vega tablet in action earlier on, did you really think we'd leave you hanging for its 7-inch LTE Ultra counterpart that Verizon announced a short while ago?  SlashGear sat down with the carrier at their exclusive LTE Innovation Center at CES 2010 earlier today to see the ICD Android slate - which uses NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset and a Motorola LTE radio - in action.

Updated with video after the cut!

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