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Hitachi CP-A100J creates ultraportable 56-inch touchscreen

Hitachi CP-A100J creates ultraportable 56-inch touchscreen

Short-throw projectors are nothing new, but Hitachi's latest does bring something different to the table: in fact it creates a table-top projected touchscreen surface.  Pairing the company's CP-A100J short-throw projector and the UPIC Plus Wireless Interactive Panel 56-M, the system can recognize and track a digital pen as it moves across the huge 56-inch projection screen.

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Sony HFR Comfort-3D single-lens 240fps camera video demo

Sony HFR Comfort-3D single-lens 240fps camera video demo

Sony toted along their HFR Comfort-3D video camera to CEATEC, and SlashGear Japan stopped by to check out the single-lens 240fps behemoth.  Intended for recording sports events in glorious 3D, the HFR Comfort-3D has a clever half-mirror system that allows it to shoot both separate left/right eye information for those with suitable polarized glasses, as well as a 2D picture for those without.

Video demo after the cut

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Sony VAIO X gets official: live photos & specs

Sony VAIO X gets official: live photos & specs

Sony have officially announced their VAIO X ultraportable, the super-slim 11.1-inch notebook first debuted back in September.  The Sony VAIO X has a 2GHz Intel CPU, 2GB of RAM and Intel GMA500 graphics, together with an optional 128GB SSD and optional integrated Verizon EVDO Rev.A.  SlashGear Japan caught up with it at CEATEC this week for a few hands-on shots.

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Toshiba media server is straight from the future

Toshiba media server is straight from the future

So much has been coming out of CEATEC this week that we can hardly keep up. Take, for instance, this polygonal media player from Toshiba. It's more than just interesting-looking. It packs serious functionality that could change the way we think about wireless media.
 

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Hitachi revealed 15mm thin 37-inch LCD at CEATEC 2008

At CEATEC 2008, Hitachi demonstrated an Alpha IPS 32-inch WXGA LCD panel with 19mm at its thinnest part. A year later, the company has rolled up a new prototype with thinner profile, bigger screen at Full HD resolution. As reported last week, the new 37-inch IPS LCD panel has 15mm at its thinnest part. It also features an RGB backlit LCD panel with Full HD resolution of 1920×1080.

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