Top 5 CES 2008 Gadgets Before Show Floor Opens

Posted: Jan 7 2008, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:35am CDT, in News | CES

Top 5 CES 2008 Gadgets before Show Floor opens
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Today the CES 2008 show floor opens. We have already been wading knee deep through press-releases and have been running around in Vegas to report about the hottest announcements of this year's Consumer Electronics Show.

If you just tune into the CES News today, here are my top 5 hottest CES products so far:

1) A real stunner is the 9mm thick Pioneer KURO concept flat panel display. Gizmodo already got photos from the show floor of the ultra-thin future of television.

2) WowWee Rovio Wifi robot is cool looking home exploration and telepresence robot with Wifi.

3) LimePC promises to become one of the hottest products of CES 2008. Freescale enables with a 'motherboard on-chip' processor a iPod nano sized Linux UMPC.

4) LG shows a wristphone with a very cool user interface.

5) JVC shows the thinnest LCD TV with integrated tuner measuring 1.5 inches.

See all the hottest CES 2008 News on I4U NEWS.

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