Archive for the ‘CES 2010’ Category
  • Audio Technica expands their audio palette.
    by Mike
    Posted January 8th, 2010 at 1:53 am
    Headphones may seem like a dime a dozen. In reality, the field is quite like that. Though a few rare gems do stand out here and there. Audio Technica has generally been known for their higher end headphones. This year however, AT was eager to show off their new QuietPoint ANT-ANC3 in-ear phones with noise reduction technology. It just so happens that the first 100 members of press received a free pair of the ANT-ANC3's. How do they stack up? After some initial testing, I'd say they're bett...
  • Ed Hardy at CES 2010
    by Gibralter
    Posted January 7th, 2010 at 6:00 pm
    Enjoy :)...
  • Zhonggguncun’s i-socket.com will help you save the planet (and your budget)
    by Gibralter
    Posted January 7th, 2010 at 5:50 pm
    The concept is simple and easy to implement. Instead of plugging your electronics directly into the wall, plug your electronics into the Smart Socket and from there to the wall. Lastly plug in the Area Control to the wall then your router and your set. Now you can moniter your energry usage and it even can calculate your electricity costs per appliance. Now the cool part is that via a laptop, smartphone or even SMS you can send a kill command to an appliance that is running or in standby m...
  • Nuu Media shows their Nuu Player
    by Gibralter
    Posted January 7th, 2010 at 3:53 pm
    Nuu player is an IP Media player that helps streamline getting online content as well as digitally stored content onto your Tv. It boasts content delivery of Youtube, Boxee, Hulu as well as social networking staples like Twitter, Facebook and Skype (with plug in for webcam). These are just a few examples of apps and services that Nuu will help move to the Tv. For those of you looking to completely remove your laptop/desktop from being plugged into your Tv, the Nuu player runs on Linux and has...
  • Star Wars-like holograms: HoloAD by Innovation Labs
    by Mike
    Posted January 7th, 2010 at 1:47 pm
    *Mobile Post* Think Star Wars-like holographic images are still years off from the hands of mere mortals? Well, to be fair, the examples at CES are more geared towards commercial uses. Even still, you can't beat the coolness. The 180 degree viewing angle and plug-n-play functionality mean you don't have to be a rocket scientist or programmer to get unique and captivating holographic images. In case you were wondering, the seemingly futuristic HoloAD displays images in SXGA and above resolut...
  • HiFiMan Audiophile mp3 player. Simply amazing.
    by Mike
    Posted January 7th, 2010 at 1:39 pm
    **Posting via phone, sorry for bad formatting if visible...* While I wouldn't exactly consider myself a super high end audiophile, I cadmit that I certainly enjoy a superior sound. Before CES, I hadn't heard of HiFiMan. And for good reason, at $800 and the size of an old Sony Walkman cassette player means this isn't going to be mass market. However, for those with a choosey ear, the HiFiMan HM-801 is worth a solid look. The main innards include Burr-Brown PCM1704 DAC's, OP627 chips, direct ...
  • HiFiMan Audiophile mp3 player. Simply amazing.
    by Mike
    Posted January 7th, 2010 at 1:36 pm
    While I wouldn't exactly consider myself a super high end audiophile, I cadmit that I certainly enjoy a superior sound. Before CES, I hadn't heard of HiFiMan. And for good reason, at $800 and the size of an old Sony Walkman cassette player means this isn't going to be mass market. However, for those with a choosey ear, the HiFiMan HM-801 is worth a solid look. The main innards include Burr-Brown PCM1704 DAC's, OP627 chips, direct connection to amps via line out. The most interesting design ...
  • Panasonic looks to provide HD 3D end to end solutions in 2010
    by Gibralter
    Posted January 6th, 2010 at 9:55 pm
    A common theme in the TV arena here at CES has been 3D. Panasonic is in agreement with this sentiment as they consider this the era of 3D. A goal from Panasonic is an end to end solution for HD 3D content and equipment. From production of content to the consumer viewing the HD 3D content on their HD 3D TV. To accomplish the production end of 3D, Panasonic has an HD 3D camera and camcorder as well as other, just HD options (remember when HD was benchmark for the highest quality of content. T...
  • [CES] Samsung Press Conference
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2010 at 9:14 pm
    CES hasn't quite kicked off yet but that isn't stopping a slew of companies from jumping on the bandwagon and unveiling their products a day early. One giant electronics company in particular, Samsung, certainly didn't hold anything back today, releasing a bevy of products including TV's, mp3 players (singular), Notebooks/netbooks, and more. TV's: From pencil thin to triple dimensions... Being the eye candy lovers that many of you are, we'll start with the real meat of Samsung's announcem...
  • [CES] mPower Flashlight
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2010 at 9:05 pm
    It never fails -- any time you reach for that flashlight, often times of urgent matters, you come to find that there isn't a single electron inside willing to sacrifice themselves for the greater good. That lack of guiding light is depressing, frustrating, and sometimes dangerous. That's where Mpower's innovative new flashlight come in handy. Designed by Porche Design Studio, the mPower light features two compartments -- one for the normal replaceable batteries we're all familiar with a...
  • [CES] Klipsch Lightspeaker
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2010 at 8:57 pm
    Want to have the ultimate in subtle and invisible home audio? There's only one solution: the Klipsch Lightspeaker -- by far one of my favorites things at CES so far. The concept is insanely simple and frankly, I'm surprised it took this long for someone to bring it to market. The Lightspeaker by Klipsch integrates a high quality speaker behind your standard ceiling mounted light. What's interesting is that the color matched the LED cluster in the light to match the color output of your...
  • [CES] Vestalife: iPod/iPhone speakers, docks.
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2010 at 8:53 pm
    While it seems the iPod/iPhone accessory market should be reaching a tipping point -- that is, it's so saturated how could anything exciting possibly catch out interest -- new speaker/dock combos from Vestalife do a pretty good job. There isn't a built in coffee machine, 4th dimension features, or bionic qualities. Instead, Vestalife's new array of docks and speakers bring a nifty design in the shape of a sphere. Opening the sphere unveils two fairly large speakers, the dock connections...
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