Top 10 Gadgets at CES 2011
The end of CES 2011 established four trends: smart appliances, 3D TVs, tablets and Internet TVs. And though there are 2,600 exhibitors in the event, Gadg managed to make a list of top 10 gadgets at CES 2011.
Though CES 2011 just ended, the biggest tech exhibit in Las Vegas was able to establish four trends: tablets, 3D TVs, Internet televisions and “smart” appliances. The trade show attracted over 120,000 attendees who came to see the latest and greatest devices from 2,600 exhibitors. Though it is impossible to see an individual anywhere near all of the products at CES 2011, here is Gadg’s list of the best devices found at the event.
Samsung 9 Series Laptop
Immediately dubbed as the MacBook Air killer, this ultra-portable laptop from Samsung is based on Intel’s Sandy Bridge processor. The Samsung 9 Series laptop has 13-inch and 15-inch versions that runs on a Windows 7 OS. It features a whopping 1440×900 screen resolution at 450 nits.
Philips/LG Wand-style Remotes
The wand-style remote resembles the Nintendo Wii. It contains cameras, and it can communicate with an infrared sensor below the TV. Philip’s version of the wand-style remote has a full QWERTY keyboard on the back.
Sony OLED 3D Headset
More like a prop on a sci-fi movie, Sony’s OLED 3D headset features a 3D-ready OLED screens, built-in speakers, and 1280×720 resolution. The head mounted display gives the viewer an impression of watching in a big screen.
Sony 3D Camcorders
Sony’s new range of camcorders and still cameras enable users to record 3D movies and capture 3D images. The only drawback of this device is that the 3D mode can eat up 30 minutes of battery life.
This 7-inch laptop prototype is designed particularly for PC gamers. Though as small as a netbook, the Razer Switchblade is more powerful. It can play the latest games, and runs Windows 7 in full!
Samsung Sliding PC 7
One of the most attractive Windows 7 tablet at CES 2011 is Samsung’s Sliding PC 7. Coming with either a 32GB or 64GB of storage, the Sliding PC 7 has a nifty sliding keyboard and a 10.1-inch 1366×768 touchscreen.
The BlackBerry PlayBook runs the manufacturer’s tablet version of its operating system. The 7-inch screen features a zippy user interface, front and rear cameras, apps for business users, and games.
Sony Ericsson’s 8.3mm thin smartphone houses an impressive eight megapixel camera, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and 4.2-inch multi-touch screen. The Xperia Arc is the Android phone for serious photographers.
Motorola’s Xoom is a 10.1-inch tablet that runs on Android 3.0 Honeycomb, with five megapixel camera, 720p video recording capabilities, two megapixel webcam, HDMI output, 1GHz processor, and 1280×800 screen resolution.
The Motorola Atrix is the most innovative smartphone by the longest mile. It boasts Android 2.2 Froyo, HDMI port, five megapixel camera, 1GB RAM, 16GB of storage, NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, and a desktop-friendly interface that looks like Mac OS X. It also include a nifty laptop-ish dock for a phone that has a screen, keyboard, touchpad, battery, and USB ports. Simply put, the Motorola Atrix can act as a desktop, laptop and smartphone.View Article Source »