Top 10 CES 2010 Highlights From CES Week Day 3

Posted: Jan 7 2010, 1:22am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:43pm CDT, in News | CES

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The CES 2010 officially opens today, but we have already three highly intense days behind us of hot new product announcents. Yesterday, Wednesday January 6th we reported about over 70 new CES 2010 product announcements. It is getting harder to pick the Top 10 CES highlights, but I tried my best to capture the essence of yesterdays' introductions.

Additionally Microsoft held their CES 2010 keynote yesterday. This keynote at the evening before CES is basically the big kick-off for the show. Microsoft teased the HP Slate and said to release Project Natal for the Holidays 2010.

My vote for the coolest gadget at the CES 2010 goes currently to the Parrot Ar.Drone for the iPhone. This Wifi enabled camera carrying flying gadget is just amazing.
3D at home is going to be really possible in 2010. One of the best solutions is the Toshiba ZX900 CELL TV. It is hard to beat a TV that has the power of the PS3 inside. Another hot 3D device is the LG CF3D projector.
See all Top 10 CES 2010 Day 3 Highlights.

Previous CES 2010 Top 10 Highlights:
CES 2010 Week Day 1 Highlights
CES 2010 Week Day 2 Highlights

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