CES 2004 Wrap-Up Report

Posted: Jan 16 2004, 8:54am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:12pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
CES 2004 Wrap-Up Report
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Designtechnica has a nice CES 2004 Wrap-Up Report.

Quote from the article:
"The theme of the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) might as well have
been "flat panels, flat panels and more flat panels." It seemed as if every exhibitor had an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display), PDP (Plasma Display Panel), or DLP (Digital Light Processing) display to show off. While we have no way of quantifying our assessment, it's probably safe to say that never before has there been such a collection of LCD, DLP and PDP displays under one roof.
Products ranged from the huge 80-inch Samsung and 76-inch LG Electronics
PDPs to the tiny 240x320 LCD displaying ATI's new 3D graphics engine for mobile phones.
The Designtechnica crew was at CES in Las Vegas from January 7 to January
11th and walked through the 1.38 million square feet Las Vegas Convention Center for four days to bring you the latest and greatest products from the world of consumer electronics."
Read Full Report.






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