CES 2009 is well over and now that the dust has settled it is time to unveil the Top 10 products that have been announced at the CES 2009.
The big trends at CES 2009 have been Thin TVs, 3D for Hometheater, touchscreen netbooks and other touchscreen products, Connected TVs and LED backlight TVs. One phone though managed to set its own trend and be on everybody's CES 2009 top list: the new Palm Pre. The new Palm webOS powered phone has it what it takes to compete with the iPhone and the Google Android phones. Android did not yet reveal their next generation at the CES 2009. The big show-off is in one month at the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona.
See all our Top 10 CES 2009 products below.
I4U News Top 10 CES 2009 Products:
1. Palm Pre
Why: Powerful, usable, sexy, and runs straightforward web Technology based on Linux OS
2. LG-GD910 3G HSDPA Wrist Phone
Why: It actally ships this year and can do video conferencing via 3G. Finally a real Dick Tracy Watch
3. Samsung Luxia LED HDTVs
Why: Best marketing for thin LED HDTVs at the show. They will be selling big in 2009
4. Logitech G19 Keyboard
Why: The coolest looking PC Keyboard ever and it has a built-in QVGA screen.
5. Sharp 82 inch LCD HDTV LC-82MX1U
Why: Because size still matters. Just ask yourself would you rather have a 1 inch thin 40 inch HDTV or a thick 82 inch Monster Display?
6. WowWee Spyball
Why: What is good for the Israeli Army, is good for you.
7. Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector
Why: This is the most high-tech looking Pico Projector on the market and not some cheap looking plastic thing.
8. Asus Eee PC T91 Touchscreen Netbook
Why: Atom based convertible touch-screen netbooks are so 2009. The Asus T91 and T101 would rank higher if Asus would have set a release date and price.
9. Eye-Fi Youtube Card
Why: Because it has won the Last Gadget Standing CES 2009 Award and it is not even finished.
10. Sony MHS-CM1 Webbie HD Camcorder
Why: Because Sony finally understood that the Flip Mino is eating their lunch.
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