Popular Mechanics made a list of the Top 22 products at the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 at http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/upgrade/4341724.html. I have gone through this list and pulled out any of the videos related to these products for a bit of background info.
Here they are:-
- Skype TV
Randall Bennett previews the new LG 8500 Skype TV at CES 2010. This TV has the option to plug in a HD webcam to do video conferencing over Skype on your TV. Prices are expected to be announced in February. Distributed by Tubemogul
- Pocket Radar Gun
New Pocket Radar device packs an incredibly powerful radar gun into an ipod-sized device. The company claims it will measure speeds from 7mph to 375mph, up to about 300 feet away.
It’s an amazing example of Doppler Radar, shrunk into a tiny, 4.5 ounce package. The sleek device is ideal for amateur or professional coaches, racing fans looking to see how fast that car is really going, and anyone else wondering just how fast something, anything, really is!
The Pocket Radar will be available in March 2010 for $199
Pocket Radar Homepage http://pocketradar.com/
- Palm Pre Plus
Phone Arena presents you with a quick video tour of the Palm Pre Plus straight from the CES 2010 show. The device is almost identical to the Palm Pre in terms of specifications and design. The differences between the two are that the Pre Plus has double the storage capacity with its 16GB memory and lacks the button on the front.
- Energizer All-In-One Charger
Energizer Redefines How Consumers Can Stay Powered
- Qualcomm Snapdragon Chipset
Sam Zien learns how the new Lenovo Skylight will change the way consumers communicate.
- Panasonic 64GB SDXC
PANASONIC INTRODUCES NEW 64 GB* AND 48 GB* SDXC MEMORY CARDS, AVAILABLE GLOBALLY IN FEBRUARY 2010
- Valups Tivit
This tiny device will receive new Mobile Digital Television signals and then beam TV to your iPhone, laptop, or BlackBerry equipped with Wi-Fi.
- Chevrolet Volt OnStar Mobile App
The Car itself first
We had to get a glimpse at the GMs new Chevy Volt, the electric car that can create its own electricity. Plug the Volt in, let it charge overnight, and its said to run on a pure electric charge for up to 40 miles. The Volt also features an OnStar mobile app that lets you use a smartphone to access the vehicles current electric range, fuel efficiency and also manage the charging functions.
Now the App Itself
Without question one of the coolest things on the CES floor is the Chevy Volt and their On-Star app for the iPhone (and iPod touch — and Android Droid and BlackBerry Storm). The app gives you incredible control over everything from when you charge the electric wonder car, to opening the doors and warming it up (or cooling it down) before you get in.
- Klipsch LightSpeaker
Iyaz Akhtar takes a look at the Klipsch Light Speaker, which allows you to stream your music over the 2.4GHz band to the speaker, which connects to a normal light socket. The product will go on sale in March for $599 which includes two light speakers, a transmitter and a remote control. Distributed by Tubemogul
- Powermat Powerpack
Andrew Moore-Crispin talks with Tony Ostrom from Powermat about new possibilities for wireless charging. With the 2x Powermat with built in battery you have four charges without ever having to plug in the Powermat. Andrew also talks about the Powermat Powerpack that internalizes Powermat’s technology into a battery so you so you don’t have to use a Powermat case. A Internet video series by butterscotch.com.
- Iomega v.Clone
Iomega v.Clone Software lets you use your computer operating system, files, settings, and applications from another PC when you plug in your Iomega external hard drive. Easily access, edit, then sync files back when you return to your primary computer. (PC only)
- Lenovo Ideapad
Lenovos amazing Tablet/PC Hybrid brings a tablet and a PC together in an amazingly elegant way.
It’s a tablet. It’s a notebook computer. This amazing technology marvel from Lenovo – shown at CES 2010 for the first time — combines an Apple-killing tablet with an amazing laptop computer!
- Oregon Scientific Wireless Appliance Manager
- MyFord Touch
Its a brave new car, with digital screens on the dashboard and around the speedometer, plus LCD mood lighting and twitter integration.
Ford introduced its updated SYNC interface, showing off a completely customizable dashboard, along with an open API that will allow other internet applications to easily plug into its upcoming lineup.
They also showed off web applications streaming to the new Taurus SHO, including Pandora radio, Stitcher, and even twitter twitter integration will include a text to speech converter imagine listening to tweets while you drive. All this, sent to the car via your iPhone, Droid or other Google Phone, or Blackberry. Radio is so dead.
- Kodak Pulse Digital Frame
http://bit.ly/8nrkrr Click for more review the Kodak Pulse 7-Inch Digital Frame
You know how good it feels to come home to find an unexpected gift from a friend? Thats the same excitement you get every day with the KODAK PULSE Digital Frame. Now everyone can send pictures right to your frame, giving you continuous surprises. Adding your own pictures is easy too. It doesnt slow you down with time-consuming software setups or complicated technology. It makes connecting with friends and family simple, so youll always have new pictures to relive and enjoy.
- Canon Vixia HF S21
According to Canon, their Vixia HD Camcorders are the pinnacle of high definition, and the pinnacle of the Vixia camcorders is the HF S21, which has 10x optical zoom, 64GB internal memory, and a pair of slots for SD cards to add even more memory space. The most intriguing feature of the camera is the new 3.5 touch screen. With touch and follow focus, parents can easily focus in on their little athlete on the field. This camera is also a great, low-price, option for amateur filmmakers due to the high quality.
- Evolution Robotics Mint Cleaning Robot
PM’s Erik Sofge tested out Evolution Robotics Mint Cleaning Robot at CES 2010. Go to http://www.PopularMechanics… to read his whole review.
- Sharp LE Series Quad-Pixel Television
Sharp introduces new Quad-Pixel technology at CES 2010
- Samsung LED Thin 3D TV
Samsung Ultra Thin 9000 Series LED LCD TV 3D Wifi Ready from CES 2010
- Sony PS3 Goes 3D
- Garmin EcoRoute HD
The company that brings you great in-car GPS navigation systems has upped their line again. The ecoRoute HD is a system of the navigational geniuses that has a module which plugs into the computer of any car made after 1996 to read diagnostics, fuel efficiency, temperatures, and even RPMs. For those pesky engine lights that never seem to turn off, the Garmin ecoRoute HD runs tests through the car to locate the problem. With the system readings, it’s great for gear heads and those interested in maintaining great quality of their car. The price is $149.99 for this award-winning product.
- Nvidia 3D Vision Surround