What CES visitors can expect to see this week.
Samsung Australia has just unveiled its latest NX10 digital camera at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The new unit is said to have the heart of a DSLR inside the frame of a digital compact camera.
In what will no doubt be regarded as a classic marketing pun, Toshiba has demonstrated its strength in the PC and display market with the launch of the Cell TV, which actually features a Sony brain. WATCH VIDEO FROM CES.
Sharp Corporation has taken the traditional red, green, blue colour spectrum to a new level with the introduction of a yellow pixel creating Quad Pixel Technology. WATCH VIDEO FROM CES.
LG Electronics announced the world's first Full HD single lens 3D projector this morning in the first press conference at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. WATCH VIDEO FROM CES.
LG has introduced its new Infinia range of TVs at the CES show in Las Vegas. The supplier claims a combination of slim design, thin bezel and enhanced connectivity make LG the 3D TV supplier of choice. WATCH VIDEO FROM CES.
Following the success of its investment in the 3D epic Avatar, which has generated over $1 billion in just 17 days, Panasonic has announced it will be releasing a twin lens camcorder this year.
Samsung has launched its first two e-books, with reading, writing and sharing functionality, at the CES show in Las Vegas. The two potential Kindle-killers are available in 6-inch and 10-inch sizes.
Sony unveiled four new ranges of Bravia televisions at its press conference in Las Vegas, three of which will be 3D compatible.
According to Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, the CE industry will generate more than $165 billion in US Shipment revenue this year, which is an increase from 2009 figures.
In the Microsoft keynote address at CES yesterday, CEO Steve Ballmer enthusiastically ran through some of the Xbox 360s achievements over 2009 and was very excited about the company's plans for the console in 2010.
Chinese television manufacturer TCL has taken on the larger companies at CES in Las Vegas with the release of two 3D televisions - one that requires glasses and one that does not.
E-books are everywhere at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with at least a dozen unknown brands exhibiting at the show up against Sony and its nemesis Samsung.
It looks like a clock radio or digital photo frame on steroids but it is actually Sony's new Dash - a sophisticated wireless internet device that is more like a personalised seven-inch touch screen tablet.
Panasonic and LG Electronics have both launched televisions at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with built-in Skype capability providing free internet video phone calls from any compatible device.
Panasonic director - consumer electronics, Paul Reid, has said that retailers should expect 3D TVs to be released in mid-2010.
At the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Haier has released a television that is completely wireless - operating without a power cord.
HP has been awarded Greenpeace's 'Best in Show' award at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The award is for the HP Compaq 8000f Elite Ultra Slim Desktop PC, which has a host of environmentally friendly features.
Preliminary figures released from the Consumer Electronics Association have revealed that attendance numbers were up for the 2010 International CES in Las Vegas. In addition to this exhibitor numbers were also up from previous years.
Sony Australia has announced the local release details and pricing for its new bloggie mobile high definition snap camera, which was just unveiled at CES in Las Vegas.
One of the big hits of the CES is the Zomm Bluetooth keychain which is the world's first wireless leash for mobile phones that lets you know when you have left your phone behind.
Named one of the top 50 best inventions of 2009 alongside the Dyson Air Multiplier by Time Magazine, the Fold and Play recycled cardboard speaker from OrigAudio, is looking for a distributor in the Australian market.