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CES 2009 CES - Video

By Terry Currier

video of 66 different vendors    Computers    Gaming    Health    Power    Security    Storage    Utilities

Here is video I took of different booths

Top Five videos (these are at a higher quality so the files are bigger than the others)
HP
– new netbook and a really great touchscreen computer (59MB)
Intel – great new Atom chip and watch the virtual demo that looks like the movie Minority Report (122 MB)
Ridata – great USB drives, including a USB/eSATA drive, SSD drives and solar panels (59MB)
Wildcharge – charge your iPOD, phone even computers without directly connecting it to an electrical outlet (69MB)
Windows 7
- Demo (221 MB)

3M micro projector – small projector
Aiptek
– small projector, and cameras
Astak EZ reader
– electronic
Asus
– cool souped up motherboards
Avermedia
– TV cards and devices for your computer
Bogen Imaging Clothing
– clothing for your electronic gadgets
Boxee
– download old movies, or TV shows
Celestron
– telescopes
Clickfree Backup
– an easy to use backup program for your data
Creative
– really cool gaming screen, and portable video camera
Dakim Brainfitness
– shows video and asks questions about it
Device VM
– lets you get to your applications quicker
Electronic Arts
– games for kids
EMTEC
– a cool new netbook
Excalibur
– fun and cool toys, and gadgets
Fast Finger
– a keyboard that can be switched between QWERTY and alphabetical
Flashlighter – works in the car cigarette lighter to charge devices, and can also be used as a flashlight
Flexcord
– ever have too much cord that just gets in the way, you won’t with this product
Ford
– new announcements, with cool add-ons for their cars
Fujitsu
– interesting notebooks
Gaming
– some really fun stuff in the gaming section of CES
Garmin
- GPS
Goscam
- fun and cool toys and gadgets
Hauppauge
– TV cards and devices for your computer
Hitachi
– a 1.5" TV, and TV with intergraded communications 
HopeLab
– developed a game to help kids with cancer understand the illness
iLIVE – portable DVD players
IOGEAR – USB display extender, KVM switches, SATA cards, USB charging hubs, digital pen, HDMI hubs
Iomega
– external hard drives, media servers, wireless TV signal transfer
iUFO
– toy animals that move to music
Kidthing
– online games for kids
KidZul
– online games for kids
Kingston
– USB drives, computer memory, digital camera memory
Knowledge Adventure
– games for kids
Kodak
–  digital picture frames, printers (which save money), camera
LG
– USB drives, wireless HD TV, external hard drives, DVD players 
Microsoft surface demo
– caught them showing this in the NBC booth, really cool
Navjack
– copy your hard drive over to a compact flash, or SD drive  
Nextar
– small projector, and more
Norton
– showing Internet security for parents to protect their kids
Nvidia 3D
– showing it for gaming
Optoma
- Pico Projector (same as everyone else's micro projector)
Panasonic
– DVD players, thin TVs, solar charged Blue Tooth car kit, music players, video camera watch  
PBS
– PBS online demo
Phara Surveyor
- helpful information on drug interaction. It can help you find out if a drug is affecting your health
Pioneer
– amps, TV, stereo players
Plannon
– portable scanner
Roland – cool musical instruments  
Safe Eyes
– helps protect your children
Sakar / Vivtar
– digital camera, fun toys  
Samsung
– TVs (everywhere), 3D TV, slim TV, home theater, media player, mobil accessories, projectors, 3D TV, DVD players, cameras 
Shapeways
– make up a object, send them the drawing and they will make the product for you
Skype
– demonstrating the new Skype 4.0  
Sony
– TVs, mobile accessories, projectors, 3D TV, DVD players, cameras, notebooks, Blu-ray, OLED 
Speakal
– MP3 players in animal shapes
Super Talent
– SSD cards and memory
Toshiba
– notebooks including a very cool gaming notebook, projectors, hard drives, cameras, TV controlled by hand gestures 
Trendnet
– networking devices
Victoriox
– Swiss army knives, and USB flash drives
Vuzix
– projector glasses you wear to watch a movie or play a game
Wow Wee – toy robot


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