It may have gotten off to a dull start thanks to the lacklustre showing from Microsoft, but CES 2010 today threw up some really nice surprises. Keep an eye out for the Light Blue Optic’s Light Touch here in today’s round-up, and be prepared to be blown away.
HTC unveils the Smart, their first budget smartphone
You might recognise this one from last years leaked HTC product roadmap
Dell tease mini Android based tablet, the Streak
It’s like an Archos internet tablet. But red.
Sony Z series laptops hands-on video
Ashley gets a quick demo of the new range of Sony laptops
EarVibe vibrating earphones on the way from Tehcnocell
Somehow improves sound quality. Yeah right….
Lady Gaga new creative director for Polaroid
No, it’s not a wind-up, she’s got herself a real job
Light Blue Optic’s Light Touch turns any surface into a touchscreen
Amazing emergent tech, and the most exciting spot of the day so far in my opinion
Samsung’s animated OLED identity card is equal parts cool and creepy
Your ID is about to go crazy cool, Bladerunner style
Microsoft’s Ballmer announces the HP Slate
The iSlate…Oh? The HP Slate, right…
Project Natal Xbox 360 motion control coming Christmas
You hear that Santa!?
Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer opens CES, but does anyone care anymore?
It’s a pretty boring display from the PC giants
Sony’s new products
In a quick, handy gallery!
Sony Dash personal internet viewer video
Sony do a Chumby
The five hottest e-readers
Another gallery rundown, this time of the best e-readers so far seen at CES 2010
Is this the hottest TV of the year? Samsung’s 3D LED 9000
Real-time 2D to 3D conversion on its way
Five things to watch for
Ashley gives his run down on the best things to keep a look out for at this year’s convention
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By Gerald Lynch | January 7th, 2010