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Samsung 9 Series notebook priced

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Samsung’s upcoming range of 9 Series notebooks has just been priced, but before we continue to that, let us tell you more about its innards and why you should consider bringing this puppy home if you’ve been looking out for a new...

Book Saver digitizes your tomes one page at a time

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Love doing reading, but you hate it when your friends want to borrow your books? Well, that can be solved with the Book Saver from Ion – it basically takes everything from a book and transforms it into an e-reader-friendly format. All you...

iCADE is now a reality

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Guess dreams do come true after all for some people, right? What was originally a prank idea has been turned into reality, thanks to the people at Ion. We’re talking about the iCADE arcade cabinet that will specially house the iPad,...

Go bowling with CTA Digital

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Near where Lady Gaga performed at the Tiffen booth is CTA Digital with their range of video game accessories that had a fair number of visitors trying them out. Apart from the inflatable Mario Karts that deliver a more realistic experience, CTA...

Cash out with Dynamics MultiAccount new credit cards

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Ever wondered how the credit card will evolve from what it is today? Dynamics has the answer with their MultiAccount credit cards which will be able to merge multiple accounts onto a single card, letting you choose the type that you want to use...

Kenmore wants to make your home smarter

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Smart TVs seem to be the rage these days (or at least, in the days to come), and most of the other major consumer electronics giants are also working on integrating all forms of smart functions to their appliances. Well, Kenmore is one company...

Mindflex Duel tests your mental strength

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Ever wondered why some people are able to pull through difficult or high pressure situations better than others? Apart from training and conditioning, we are wont to say that they too have a pretty strong mind of their own. Well, Mattel might...

Hot Wheels Video Racer Vehicle

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Remember the VholdR ContourHD action camera that is mounted on your helmet before you perform some sort of death-defying stunt? Well, Mattel intends to miniaturize that experience (albeit at the price of quality, of course) with their Hot...

Angry Birds Knock On Wood game

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Normally, the analog world ends up being digitized, but here is something different. The Angry Birds phenomenon has made its way from the virtual digital world to the real world, thanks to good ol’ fashioned plastic and some imaginative...

Snakebyte Premium Bluetooth Remote defanged at CES

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Remote controls are somewhat like status symbols, although it hasn’t quite reached that category yet until today since the marketing department of most remote control manufacturers still need to do plenty of work. Snakebyte wants to up...

Vivitek Qumi LED pocket projector

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] Pocket projectors never really took off in a big way simply because there aren’t too many situations where you can make use of them, and the technology inside isn’t good enough yet for everyday use under “normal” conditions. Vivitek...

Acer Iconia Windows 7 laptop is the best gadget of CES 2011

01/09/2011, [CES 2011] The dual-touchscreen Windows 7 laptop from Acer was nominated the winner of the Last Gadget Standing. In case you haven’t heard about the Acer Iconia, this ambitious device from Acer replaces the physical keyboard on a laptop with...

Shuttle P10AN01 joins the tablet crowd

01/08/2011, [CES 2011] Shuttle’s foray into the tablet market comes in the form of the P10AN01 – powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 250 chipset (by the way, NVDIA’s stock has already hit $20) alongside a 1GHz Cortex A9 processor to give it a rather beefy foundation....

MSI Angellow desktop concept

01/08/2011, [CES 2011] MSI plays around with the idea of a heavenly being being part of your computer, hence the Angellow. The back is supposed to show off angel’s feathers, but we think of it to be more of gills from a shark. The components of the computer will be...