The Samsung BD-P1500 Blu-ray DVD player is a well-priced Blu-ray player. But should you buy a Sony PlayStation3 instead?
The Lenovo SL series of notebooks have brought the ThinkPad line of computes prices down. Even though the SL400 has bulked up to keep the prices down, it retains Lenovo's durability and feel.
Packed with features like a vibrating touchscreen, GPS, web browser, expandable memory, and a great accessory bundle the Samsung Instinct cell phone is a hot contender to be considered one of the current top cell phones on the market today.
Monster Cable and Dr. Dre teamed up on the Monster Beats by Dr. Dre headphones. The result: Noise-canceling headphones that look way cooler than high-end competitors but the noise cancellation seems like an afterthought.
The Samsung Omnia SCH-i910 could have been a great phone, back in 2006.
The Mio Moov 310 GPS unit has a great price and features, although the interface can be slow at times.
The HTC Touch Pro has some great features like the QWERTY keyboard and sharp display, but does the Windows Mobile OS hold it back?
The HTC Diamond Touch has a great design, but can't compete with the software.
The Slacker G2 personal radio player is a really interesting concept: instead of MP3s it gives you unlimited access to music via radio.
CES 2009 is a lot of work, but it's a lot of fun as well. Check out some of the lighter moments of the Digital Trends crew on the floor of CES 2009.
A program called Poddio allows you to record and edit audio directly from your iPhone. Great for reporters and podcasters on the go!
It's hard not to notice the video headset Myvu if you travel a lot. They sell them in many airports. However, the biggest gripe has been the video quality. Will 2009 bring better video quality to the Myvu?
The HP IQ800 Series TouchSmart PC for 2009 come with Blu-ray, a stronger processor, ambient light and are available now for between $1299 to $2099. They also have laptops using the same touch-screen technology.
At Intel's booth, they have this pretty cool, Minority Report style touch-screen display. It's using a real-time 3D engine driving a giant transparent touch-screen. It uses laser-etched holograms, which is pretty cool. They are using the display to showcase Intel's latest processors: the Intel Core i7, Intel Centrino 2, and the Intel Atom.
Creative shows us their Vado pocket video camera, capable of recording up to 720p video. It has 8GB of internal memory, which equates to about 2 hours of HD video. You can plug it into your computer and upload your friend's embarrassing moments to your favorite social networking site!
The Gravitonus Ergonomic Workstation was in the Intel booth. The Intel Core i7 powers this ultimate workstation in comfort and productivity. It's already available, but it has a wide range of pricing options due to the customizations available.
The Motorola Aura, a cell phone inspired by luxury watches, is housed in a stainless steal casing and has a 300 dpi resolution for its screen, a 2 megapixel camera, and "Crystal Talk" technology. It has a glass window on the back to see the Swiss mechanism used in the phone. It's available right now on Motorola's website and will be slowing rolling out to providers soon.