One of the top products from International CES 2008
Pinnacle Systems had a very impressive new product at CES Unveiled. The demonstrated their new "Video Transfer" product dubbed Press and Go.
Press and Go is a very good term for this device and it is brilliantly simple to use. You can plug and Analog Video feed into it and encode real time into a Apple iPod, Sony PSP, USB Memory stick.
They were playing a "Home DVD" ;) and encoded it real time into the Sony PSP, iPod, Memory Stick. While not the first product to do this Neuros has a device that will do similar thing the price point on this will definitely compete with Neuros.
Canon introduce their new range of dual flash Camcorders at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2008 in Las Vegas.
The dual flash Camcorders have 16Gb of flash memory built in to the camcorder itself.
Tom Cone interviews Bill Joll, President of On2 Technologies about the latest offerings from On2 on display at the CES in Las Vegas.
On2, famous for their TrueMotion VP6, and VP7 video compression solutions, with over 1 billion desktop deployments through Adobe Flash and Skype alone.
Bug Labs make-your-own-gadget takes the prize for emerging technology at the CNET Best of CES 2008 awards.
A Wrap up of what happened at CES 2008
Some of the most technologically advanced cars in the world, only at CES 2008
A test of the 3rd Space Gaming Vest from TN Games, featuring the Tessellator... from CES 2008.
Pretty much everyone at CES thinks Guitar Hero is awesome. Even Bill Gates got into it during his keynote where he brought in Slash to sub for him. Texas Instruments used it as a draw in their booth with a very cool setup I'd love to have at home.
We are on location from the International CES, the big Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Join us for Part 1 of 3 CES specials. Check out the latest in technology and gadgets from the show floor. Dave Graveline and the Into Tomorrow Team are launching their 13th Season this week.
Aigo, a Chinese manufacturer of portable multimedia players attends CES for the first time in 2008. Here they talk about their MP5 players.
Jump around! Planet Wild at CES 2008