CES Highlights From Day 1

Posted: Jan 9 2009, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:31pm CDT , in CES


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CES Highlights from Day 1

CES 2009 had its official first day yesterday with the show floor open.
Yesterday brought some hot announcements again that we highlight here.
Overall though the amount of exciting products exhibited at the CES 2009 show floors seem scarce. At least this is what our man at the CES war front tells us in his behind the Scene report. It looks like the bad economy is throwing its shadows onto the consumer electronics industry. Lots of the new products shown are actually just prototypes and not going to hit the market in 2009.
Lets look at the bright side though. Palm unveiled the new Palm Pre and a very cool Linux based webOS.
Thin LED HDTVs rule the CES 2009 show floor. Sony unveiled the DSC-G3 Wifi camera with web browser. And yes there are actually Booth Babes at the CES 2009.

More CES 2009 Day 1 Highlights:
Sharp LC-52BD80U, LC-46BD80U, LC-42BD80U, LC-37BD60U and LC-32BD60U Blu-ray TVs

Sony HDR-XR520V, HDR-XR500V, HDR-XR200V and HDR-XR100 HD Camcorder unveiled

Panasonic DMP-B15 is World's first portable Blu-ray Player

New Panasonic HDC-HS300, HDC-TM300 and HDC-HS250 HD Camcorder

New Dell Studio XPS 16 and Dell Studio XPS 13 unveiled

Next3D delivers 3D Video Content to Xbox 360 and PC

Pioneer BDP-120, BDP-320 and Elite BDP-23F Blu-ray Player debut at CES 2009

Panasonic debuts World's first 3D Full HD Plasma Home Theater System at CES 2009

OQO model 2+ with OLED Display unveiled at CES 2009

The hot Cars of CES 2009

More CES 2009 News.

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