CES 2007 Goes Live

Written by David Richards at CES 2007     05/01/2007 | 15:05 | Category: INDUSTRY

If the pre-show announcements are an indication of what is to come at CES 2007 we are set to see a lot of new technology. Smarthouse is reporting Live from the show floor between January 7 and 11. We will cover the press conferences and the private briefings.

CES 2007 Goes Live

The main press conferences kick off Sunday night with events from LG Electronics, Pioneer, Toshiba, Philips, Sharp, Samsung, Panasonic and Sony all scheduled for Sunday and Monday. we already count about 30 noteworthy announcements. For live stories go to: http://www.smarthouse.com.au/CES

Among the the announcements of interest are:

LG to unveil combo Blu-ray - HD DVD player
Logitech integrates computer speakers with iPod dock
MSI to showcase AMD Live! systems
Sandisk surprises with Flash hard drive announcement
Toshiba to debut external USB hard drive
Lexar upgrades Jumpdrives for Windows Vista
MSI to showcase medical notebook
A floating iPod sound system for your swimming pool

Trends and Technologies:
Seagate to release 1 TB hard drive in H1 2007
Hybrid hard drives promoted through industry alliance
Samsung develops double-sided LCD
Toshiba to show fuel cell-powered MP3 player
Fujitsu to demo H.264 IC for HD recording

For live stories go to: http://www.smarthouse.com.au/CES

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