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CES 2010 Unveiled 20,000 New Products

Jan 11 2010, 1:43am CST | by , in News | CES

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CES 2010 Unveiled 20,000 New Products
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CES organizers, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced that 2,500 companies unveiled 20,000 new products at the CES 2010. We covered really a lot of CES 2010 announcements last week, but by far not 20,000. We filed over 250 CES reports last week, which of course translate into much more announcements. You need to count each new cable to reach 20,000. Anyway the good news is that CES really was offering a solid lineup of cool new product announcements.
Of course not everything was as great as companies tried to make us believe. We already awarded the CES 2010 Vaporware award to Tablets aka Slates.

"The innovations unveiled this week at the 2010 International CES brought new optimism and opportunity to our industry and the global economy," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. "This show exceeded expectations with its innovation, optimism and excitement. What a great way to kick off the new decade."

According to CEA, 3D technology, mobile DTV, tablets, netbooks, eReaders, apps, connected TVs, embedded internet technologies and green technology have been the biggest topics 2010. Major innovations creating a buzz from CES 2010 included the Android OS, Lenovo's IdeaPad U1 Hybrid, Microsoft's Project Natal and Sprint's 4G network.
Photo above show an LG CES 2010 booth babe.

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