Boxee Box By D-Link Wins CES 2010 Last Gadget Standing

Posted: Jan 11 2010, 8:36am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:50pm CDT, in News | CES

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The Boxee Box, a cool looking open-source media player that plays entertainment from the Internet or a computer on a TV, was selected as the winner of the Last Gadget Standing through the live CES audience applause-o-meter.
The Boxee Box by D-Link supports a wide array of audio and video formats and is integrated with Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites.

Microvision's SHOWWX, the world's first laser pico projector, was selected as the winner of the Last Gadget Standing online vote. The SHOWWX projects big, bright and colorful photos, movies, and presentations that are always in focus, yet it is small enough to fit in your pocket.

Returning for its 10th year as a CES SuperSession, Last Gadget Standing showcased 10 of the hottest innovations. Last year I4U News was part of the panel when the Eye-Fi Card won.

CES 2010 is here and with it tons of hot new product announcements. Stay on top of the huge amount of CES 2010 news and highlights with I4U News. Read all about CES 2010 now. Follow I4U News on Twitter.

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