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Denon S-5BD receiver gets update

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] The Denon S-5BD is not only a 5.1-channel receiver, but it also comes with a built-in Blu-ray player. One question though – would you fork out $1,799 for an integrated device such as this instead of saving some money while owning a...

Vizio Razor LED mobile TV range announced

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] You know how consumer electronics manufacturers have to come up with something different and new each year to keep the masses satisfied? Well, with 3D being the last frontier (they say that every year concerning whatever new technology that was...

Mad Catz Eclipse Wireless Touchmouse

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Mad Catz isn’t exactly famous for their mice, but they have certainly done pretty well with the Eclipse Wireless Touchmouse, where your ordinary scroll wheel is no more with an optical touch-cum-scroll surface in place. This enables you...

Mad Catz Eclipse Wireless Litetouch keyboard

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Everyone knows that touch-sensitivity is the in thing these days when it comes to consumer electronics, and it is no wonder that CES is held in Vegas with plenty of touching, nay, caressing going on as well at the simultaneously held AVN at the...

Toshiba E205 laptop on Best Buy

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Toshiba’s next-generation thin and light laptop, the E205, is now available on Best Buy, where it has bragging rights of being the first few laptops out of the door that come with Intel Wireless Display technology. Basically, that means...

Photosimile 5000 from Ortery Technologies

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Are there any other better ways to improve life at the office? Ortery Technologies certainly thinks so with their Photosimile 5000 – a next-generation imaging device. This would come in handy for us as well when we’re reviewing...

Phone Halo Protect launched

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Phone Halo has rolled out its Phone Halo Protect that relies on Bluetooth connectivity to work. Tiny Bluetooth-enabled devices are attached to items that you would not wish to forget – and those include keys, briefcases, purses as well as...

MobiValet makes room for your devices

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Described as a “sleek, elegant console-mounted smartphone holder”, the MobiValet could be a hit – assuming that most cars produced for quite a while now already come with enough compartments to store your array of gadgets....

Intelius DateCheck software

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Now this isn’t a gizmo, but it is an app that runs on compatible mobile devices (which are the iPhone and Android-powered handsets) which allows you to enter a name, cellphone number or email address and it will pull out results from its...

Energizer Solar Folding Lantern

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Too lazy to make a camp fire so that everyone can sit around it while sharing ghost stories? The Energizer Solar Folding Lantern will come in handy then, as it can illuminate all around, albeit it does not give out heat like a standard fire...

Energizer Solar Crank

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Ah, when all else fails, at least you can always rely on good old crank power to juice up your device. Having said that, this isn’t waterproof although we wish it was, as it would be perfect to bring on your camping trips. After all,...

Energizer Solar Spot Light

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Energizer and Duracell seem to have this thing going on at each CES, unveiling strikingly similar products simultaneously. This time round, we have the Solar Spot Light that offers you a waterproof and powerful flashlight for outdoor...

FastPencil for budding authors

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] They say that everyone has a good book in them, but how many of us have actually taken the time to sit down and pen our thoughts? If you have always wanted to write a book but don’t know how to get around it, how about engaging...

Rebit SaveMe software and backup drives

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] You never know when disaster might strike, and the same holds especially true when it comes to your precious data on your computers and notebooks. Rebit knows this, and has rolled out SaveMe – its new line of backup drives and software....