Weekly Recap: CES Top 10 And CES Top 5 Disappointments

Posted: Jan 18 2009, 9:54am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:39pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Flyer

Weekly Recap: CES Top 10 and CES Top 5 Disappointments
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CES 2009 is over and we have been publishing several reports this week about what we have learned from CES 2009. Shane who was at the show to report for I4U News came back disappointed and calls CES 2009 a Bust. There have not been that many highlights of CES 2009 but we still have been able to create our Top 10 CES 2009 Products list as well as the Top 5 Losers of CES 2009.

In other news this week Nintendo has hit record sales of the Wii and DS in 2008 and you can watch Youtube videos in full screen now on the PS3 and the Wii.
The Weekly Top 5 Technology Stories:

  1. Samsung Luxia 8000, 7000 and 6000 LED HDTVs to lead in 2009
  2. The iCEphone outdoes the iPhone and the Palm Pre
  3. Glow Graffiti Spray lets you paint with Light
  4. Things I Hoped to See at CES and Didn't- NVIDIA Ion Netbooks
  5. Asus 1004DN with Atom N280 CPU expected to ship Q2 or Q3 of 2009

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