Saturday, January 19, 2008

2008 International CES

The international CES is again the largest platform of the world for new technology and devices of the largest pioneers. For 41 years the international CES® of the having concerns was case for new technology: nearly each main consumer electronics progress was discharged at CES, including the VCR, CD player, DVD player, HDTV, satellite radio, Xbox, HDTV DVR and IPTV. Many then 20,000 of the products, those on of last week 2008 international CES, which largest trade show technology of the world will geausstossen, are soon on memory shelves and in living areas of the consumers.

No case on mass discharges newer technology and devices than the international CES. This year was large, as at all, with late innovations, from again following production digitally television, including OLEDs, 150-inch plasmas and lasers of television sets, too wirelessly hp, coolly again Multimedia of telephones and ultra mobile PC, everything on announcement.

Over 2700 exhibitors and 30 product categories, CES was the place to see and see before to it all last week, which amazing products to come to store shelves 2008. More than at all forwards, the appearance high points of an extremely broad row CES exhibitors came. by more, than 4,500 prints, on-line were written to 10 thousand stories, which take product prisoner of this year debuts, and journalist transmission, which the international CES worried themselves. Here a specimen of the new technology and the devices is fair, which are introduced this year, which took the attention prisoner of the world:

  • The Eye-Fi SD card that wirelessly sends photos to a PC or any of the online photo sites,
  • GM’s Cadillac Provoq, which uses GM's fifth-generation fuel cell with a lithium-ion battery to produce an electrically driven vehicle that uses no petroleum and has no emission other than water.
  • Toshiba TDP-EW25U (wireless DLP projector),
  • Philips' Eco TV, which won CNET's top Best of Show award for its ecofriendly features,
  • Motorola’s Moto Rokr E8 phone, which shifts from music player to phone to imaging device at the touch of a button.
  • Sony’s 11 inch Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) HDTV,
  • Panasonic’s record setting 150 inch plasma HDTV,
  • Mitsubishi’s Laser TV,
  • iRiver’s GSM phone,
  • Intel and Monsoon Multimedia’s Wireless HD technology,
  • Bug Labs’ open source modular gadgets,
  • Comcast’s AnyPlay portable DVR,
  • Sony’s Rolly speakerbot,
  • Intel’s 2-way Wi-Max technology,
  • Samsung and Motorola’s next generation portable TVs,
  • iRobot iLooj (robot to safely clean your gutters),
  • WowWee’s Rovio, a Wi-Fi-enabled home-surveillance robot equipped with a video camera,
  • Casio’s EXILIM Pro EX-FI, a new camera offering the world’s fastest burst shooting performance at 60 frames per second
  • NEC and Alienware’s curved gaming DLP gaming displays
  • LG’s MPH handheld personal DTVs.


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