ces 2011

Garmin Nuvi 3760T Hands On

Garmin Nuvi 3760T Hands On

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.

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BOOX eReader Hands On

BOOX eReader Hands On

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.

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MultiTouch Shows Off 32- and 46-Inch Multitouch Displays at CES 2011

MultiTouch Shows Off 32- and 46-Inch Multitouch Displays at CES 2011

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.

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CES 2011: One of the Best

CES 2011: One of the Best

This years CES marks my 12-year of attendance. I know for many people I associate with 12-yrs is nothing. For my father for example this is his 27th year attending CES.  I am however ready to declare this years CES one of the best and certainly the most exciting one I have ever attended.

The primary reason I am ready to declare this is simply because mobile devices are one of the hottest topics in the industry. At this year’s CES there have been plenty of exciting and innovative mobile devices announced and demonstrated.

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Sonic Emotion 3D Sound Line Hands-On

Sonic Emotion 3D Sound Line Hands-On

As television sets get slimmer, full surround sound systems are looking more and more out of place. However, along with TV innovation comes audio innovation and Sonic Emotion, a 3D sound company in business for over 8 years, has just announced their new sound line-up for the 2011 calendar year.

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Haier Unveils Line of New WiFi-Enabled TVs at CES 2011

Haier Unveils Line of New WiFi-Enabled TVs at CES 2011

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!.

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Cyber1 MasterPad Hands On

Cyber1 MasterPad Hands On

Tablets are a mainstay at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, so it's no doubt that they are popping up everywhere, and from several different companies. For example, Cyber1 has a tablet that they believe, wholeheartedly, that they can officially replace a laptop.

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Kodak PlaySport 2 Video Camera Hands-On

Kodak PlaySport 2 Video Camera Hands-On

Kodak has always been known for their impressive line of cameras and camcorders, continuing their push into portable hand-held camcorders, they have announced the Kodak PlaySport 2. With the PlaySport 2, Kodak plans on fixing some downfalls of the previous PlaySport. With it's better designed body it will now be both waterproof to 3 meters and shockproof from 1.5 meters.

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Hanvon HPad A116 Hands On

Hanvon HPad A116 Hands On

Hanvon was on hand at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to show off a new tablet device they are engineering. The device has plenty of features, and a display size that rivals the majority of other Android-based tablets currently available on the market (along with many more that are coming down the pipe). However, this tablet has a few tricks up its sleeve.

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Hanvon TouchPad B20 Hands On

Hanvon TouchPad B20 Hands On

While we were at Hanvon, and we got time to play with the Android tablet running Microsoft Word and other Office applications, we managed to steal some face time with another tablet the company is creating -- the TouchPad B20. This device is bigger than the Android version, and Hanvon decided to go with Microsoft's Operating System, instead of Google's mobile offering.

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