CES 2010: Day 3 Round-Up

ces 2010 day three.jpgAnother day, another Tech Digest CES 2010 round-up. Fancy Tweeting hands-free in your car or controlling your PC by breathing? Check today’s top stories below and find out how.

Twitter coming to Ford cars
The digital equivalent of drink-driving?

Motorola announce Backflip Android Phone
Hinged smartphone is Motorola’s big CES 2010 offering


Ion launch the iType full QWERTY keyboard add-on for the iPhone

Making the portable unwieldy

Vuzix demo Wrap 920AR Augmented Reality visor
Turning your trip to the shops into a scene out of Robocop

Zyxio’s new breathing-based PC controller, the Sensawaft
Affordable accessibility gadget, perfect for disabled PC users

3D gaming headed to the Palm family
Apple isn’t the only mobile now capable of some hardcore gaming action

Is the Viliv P3 the underdog tablet to look out?
Dual-booting tablet is looking very tasty indeed

Razer and Sixense bring motion gaming to the PC
But will it catch on within the incredibly competitive PC gaming peripheral market?

UK getting the Dell Mini 3i
Android phone hitting UK shores in the not-so-distant-future

Video- Armour Home Q2 Tilt Internet radio
Innovative and simple radio from Brit-based Armour

Video – “World’s smallest Windows PC” the UMID M Book 1
It makes a gnat’s bum look big. Well…not quite. But you get the idea

Video- Casio’s Digital Art Frame
Making all those dodgy Facebook snaps look good

Video – The coolest retro iPhone hi-fi ever, Lasonic’s i931
Bring 80’s boom box street-chic bang up to date

Video – Toshiba’s Cell TV that is controlled by hand gestures
Innovative tech, but it makes you look a bit of an idiot; not sure I want a work out in front of the telly

Video – Sony’s BRAVIA XBR-52HX900 3D TV

Their flagship 3D set is a stunner

Video – Panasonic’s 3D camera
Bet the adult-entertainment industry cant wait to get its mitts on this one

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By Gerald Lynch | January 8th, 2010





Gerald LynchCES 2010: Day 3 Round-Up