Category Archives: 3D TV

More Pics from the 2011 CES Show

Here’s a quick look at some more cool products at the 2011 CES Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

 

LG Optimus Gaming- LG Optimus allows the user to game on the big screen.

 

 

 

 

 

  This is new BlackBerry Playbook tablet.

 

 

 

 

 

 LG’s Slim OLED TV measures in at 2.9mm thin. Is this the thinnest TV on the market?

 

 

 

 

 Casio’s Tryx Camera- Users can hold the camera horizontally, in a traditional point-and-shoot style to capture still images or flip out the rotating, three-inch, touch-screen LCD and swivel the body to experience countless other positions.

 

  

 

 

 HTC Surround- HTC’s Surround running Windows 7, and demonstrating Microsoft’s Live gaming center.

 

 

 

 

 GM showing off their EN-V Electric Networked-Vehicle @ Consumer Electronics Show.

 

 

 

 

 

 Pioneer PAIS- The PAIS platform is a device portal that normalizes the interface between the myriad of Internet services and connected devices. PAIS is designed to handle multiple device and application types including in-vehicle telematics, MIDs, TVs, home theater, and smartphone apps. By creating a common, stable method for accessing a wide array of constantly changing Internet service APIs, PAIS reduces the impact of service and API changes.

New Gadgets at the 2011 CES Show

Tons of new tablets and 3D TVs make their debut at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  This is the new Motorola Zoom Tablet showcased at CES 2011.

 Samsung unveiled their new 3D TV at CES.

 Not to be out done by Samsung, Mitsubishi unleashed their new 92-inch 3D television!

Sharp showcases Galapagos E-Media Tablet at CES 2011.

This is the new LeTablet from Lenovo.

 Logitech Revue Smart TV on display at CES 2011.

 Check out the new Audi A8L with the built-in GPS.

  BlueLink is a telematics system unique to Hyundai models that offer consumers seamless connection between the office, home, smart phone and automobile with fast and reliable IT technology.

Photos courtesy of ETC@USC