Asus announces a lot at CES 2011 including a Smartphone, Windows Tablet, and two Honeycomb tablets

by Mark R

CES Wednesday is generally a time when the big companies do their big press conferences, and it would appear that ASUS was a day early. Here they announced three new products including two Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” tablets, a Windows tablet, and the MeMO smartphone. The first Honeycomb tablet is the Eee Pad Transformer that can be transformed into a notebook via an optional docking station with full QWERTY. It also …

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Kodak Adds two more HD cameras to its pocket line

by James

I love CES. So many new announcements for new toys. And this one is great for those loving to capture the moment with a pocket video camera. Kodak is adding two new HD cameras to it’s line of great pocket camcorders.

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EyeFi Mobile getting cooler and cooler with apps and direct transfer

by James

Eye-Fi to release new cards to transfer directly to your mobile device

First came wifi capable SD cards. Then they added GPS. Now, Eye-Fi is turning it up to 11 once again with a cool bevy of iPhone and iPad apps, and a direct transfer capability for easy backup.

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Iomega shifts to a new media direction

by James

With it’s array of zip drives back in the mid 90s, Iomega was the kind of media storage. Then along came CD burner and larger hard drives and suddently, and zip drives were the 21st century equivalent of 8 Track tape players. Soon, the name Iomega was equated with “remember when.” Not that they died out. They just went under the radar, designing a smooth array of portable hard drives …

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Vizio expands to the mobile gadget market

by James

Known for it’s low cost, but value added HDTVs, budget electronics manufacturer Vizio is setting it’s sites on the mobile gadget market with Android based smartphones and tablets that can interface with their TVs. Now that’s a huge broadside …

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Lexar to announce 128GB SD cards at CES

by James

Wow. Seems like only yesterday I was posting the ground breaking announcement that the 16GB threshold had been breached in high capacity SD cards. Now, Lexar is poised to surpass that mark by nearly 10 times with an announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show of an SD card that is 128GB!

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Archos 28 and 32 Internet tablets set to rock CES 2011

by Edwin

CES 2011 is just around the corner – can you feel the heat? Assuming you say no, well, here we are to help fan those flames into a raging fire, bringing you news of the Archos 28 and Archos 32, with both of them being Internet tablets that are powered by the Android operating system, with the intention of revolutionizing the MP3 and portable media player market at the same …

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I-FAIRY Robot at CES 2010

by Mark R

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There were a lot of robots on parade at CES this year, and this one was the I-FAIRY from Kokoro Co. According to my source, this robot can be “programmed with the user’s voice and accompanying body gestures that give the I-FAIRY a more natural feel when used for museum guide work”. I have an attached video after the jump that shows it doing nothing of the sort, but rather …

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