Top 5 CES 2008 Products Of Day 2

Posted: Jan 9 2008, 6:05am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:38am CDT, in News | CES

Top 5 CES 2008 Products of Day 2
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Day 2 of CES 2008 is behind us and we continue our series of the Top 5 CES 2008 Products we saw that day (Before the Show, Day 1). At the end of CES, we will of course feature the overall top 5 hottest products at this years' Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

1) Sharp shows the World's largest LCD TV at their booth. At 108 inches LCD is behind Plasma by 42 inches.
2) Intel Menlow based MIDs are a nice next step, but FreeScale's LimePC platform could be outpacing them.

3) The Alienware curved back projection display is a gamers dream. Sadly it is still just in prototype stage and not ready for sale.

4) iRiver LPlayer is an example of a minimalist media player that I would definitely like to find in my pocket.

5) The Sandisk 12GB microSDHC Card will give your next mobile phone massive amounts of storage.

Not to be missed is our Booth Babe Gallery of Day 2. We have found the hottest models on the show floor yesterday. The Booth Babe Photos of Day 1 were just an appetizer.

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