miércoles, 5 de enero de 2011

The Best of CES 2011

The Best of CES 2011You know what? There's some pretty sweet gear at this year's CES: tablets galore, smart cameras, cool phones, audiophile pr0n. Woot! This little trade show might have a future! Check out some of our favorites.

Motorola's Atrix Android Phone Has Two Cores And Can Dock Into a Laptop

The Best of CES 2011It runs Android 2.2, with HTML5 support, and is AT&T's first dual-core processor in an Android phone. And it docks into a laptop. They're calling it the world's most powerful smartphone. ORLY? [more]

This Is the World's Thinnest All-In-One PC

The Best of CES 2011At 18.5 inches deep, the Lenovo IdeaCentre A320 is the thinnest all-in-one PC in the world. Lenovo's held that distinction three years running-but this year's model packs in performance to match. [more]

Samsung's Infuse 4G: A Spectacular Google Android Phone

The Best of CES 2011"Holy shit." It's not what usually comes to mind when I touch a new phone. But Samsung's Infuse 4G is spectacular. Ridiculously good 4.5-inch screen. 1.2GHz processor. 4G on AT&T. Why, exactly, wasn't this the new Nexus phone? [more]

America Will Have a Shot at 21:9 3DTVs This Year, With Vizio's Razor LEDs

The Best of CES 2011It looks like American fans of Philips' 21:9 TVs can stop dreaming of moving to Europe, and actually get their hands on Vizio's Razor LEDs sometime this year, in 3D 50 and 58-inch options.[more]

Every Camera Should Be As Connected as Samsung's SH100 With Android Remote Powers

The Best of CES 2011Samsung's SH100 isn't the first point-and-shoot to have Wi-Fi, but it makes better use of it than most: You can use Samsung's Galaxy S Android phones as a wireless remote and geotagger for the camera.[more]

Need Ergonomic Typey-Times? Smartfish's Engage Keyboard Will Do the Trick

The Best of CES 2011There aren't many computer peripherals which cause several Gizmodo editors to gasp "sexy!" within minutes of spotting them, but Smartfish's Engage keyboard has that dubious honor today. It analyzes typing styles, and physically adjusts itself to be even more comfortable. [more]

Onkyo's New Audiophile-Grade Gear Goes Retro

The Best of CES 2011Pulling design cues from products of old, Onkyo is applying a 1980s aesthetic to their high-end line of home theater gear, which includes a power amp, preamp and CD player. [more]

The Many Faces of Asus's Android Tablets

The Best of CES 2011Is there a different way to design a tablet? If so, Asus is going to find it! Their new Android slabs are all special snowflakes-including the QWERTY keyboard-hiding, Tegra 2- and Android 3.0-equipped Eee Pad Slider. [more]

Spot Connect Turns Your Smartphone Into a Satellite Communicator

The Best of CES 2011So you're lost in the wilderness. Thoughts of a parched, solitary death are entering your mind. Well, with the Spot Connect, you can share these final thoughts on the Internet! And also save yourself (But mainly: Tweet.) [more]

Mophie Pulse Will Make Your iPhone Buzz Harder and Scream Louder

The Best of CES 2011Mophie, makers of the iPhone power packs which are keeping us running this week, have another shiny iPhone-enhancing accessory to show off: The Mophie Pulse. It's a slick case that'll boost your device's volume while enhancing every vibration. [more]

Oxygen Audio Turns Your iPhone Into a Car Stereo

The Best of CES 2011Plenty of cars come with some middling form of iPhone connectivity. Install Oxygen Audio's O'Car deck and your iPhone essentially becomes your stereo. Pimp. [more]

Canon's Best HD Camcorders Kill Unnecessary Pixels to Shoot More Incredible Video

The Best of CES 2011Funny thing about HD camcorders using 10-megapixel (or bigger) sensors. Most of those pixels are wasted when you're shooting 1080p video. So Canon's new HD CMOS Pro sensor is just 2 megapixels. With gianter pixels, more like a studio camera. [more]

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