Consumer Electronics Show 2007

Posted by TG Daily Staff

 

Consumer Electronics Show 2007

Las Vegas, NV   January 8-10

 

 

The HD DVD conference wrapped up a long day of major press events. Talk about the next-generation HD DVD software and hardware, along with carefully worded attacks against Blu-ray, comprised the hour-long event.
 

Big announcements

HD DVD versus Blu-ray - The porn industry says HD DVD

Warner announces HD DVD - Blu-ray combo disc

Eat this, Quad FX: Here's an 8-core desktop!

Westinghouse shows off the Quad HDTV

LG to roll out dual-format Blu-ray/HD DVD player in Q1

200 GB Blu-ray discs, 16.5 GB Mini discs in the works

Hitachi touts HDD/DVD hybrid camcorder and a $2500 50" LCD

OQO releases model 02 UMPC

Battle of the 108-inchers

Samsung launches UMPC with flash hard drive

Hitachi announces 1 TB hard drive


 

All CES 2007 stories:

 

Scalers beat HD DVD and Blu-ray at CES 2007 - analysis

The $100 OLPC laptop in detail

Microsoft says Crysis will be Vista's Halo

HD DVD versus Blu-ray - The porn industry says HD DVD

TI has its cake and eats it with DLP and LED displays

Need to port VHS to DVD or casettes to MP3?

Hands on with Vista: An OS X clone or the best Windows yet?

Warner announces HD DVD - Blu-ray combo disc

Dell shows off ceramic cooling, offers plant a tree purchase option

Dell intros 3.2 GHz quad-core enthusiast PC

Microsoft and Ford promise to sync your life

CarMD finds the problem, then tells you what parts and labor should cost

iRecord - Just another frivolous iPod add-on or a valuable accessory?

Aliph's Jawbone headset and Noise Shield sound too good to be true

Sony shows OLED TV prototypes

Toshiba offering four embedded NAND flash solutions

Eat this, Quad FX: Here's an 8-core desktop!

Shuttle goes big with a tower computer

Westinghouse shows off the Quad HDTV

Playstation 3 hard to find on CES show floor

Roadmaster shows programmable license plate frame

DirecTV to offer 100+ HD channels by the end of the year

Windows Vista gets an updated fingerprint reader

Microsoft intros fancy gaming keyboard

Microsoft, Broadcom aim to lower cost of HD DVD players

VoodooPC introduces new Envy gaming notebook

iRobot unveils programmable robot

Motorola aims to raise the level of personalization for mobile devices

Motorola, Sprint-Nextel to bring Wimax to Chicago

Impressions - teetering on the edge

Intel rolls out new quad-core processor Core 2 Quad Q6600

200 GB Blu-ray discs, 16.5 GB Mini discs in the works

 


 

 

Consumer Electronics Show 2007

Continued

 

 

MSN pairs up with Garmin to offer local data on GPS devices

Yahoo launches Go for Mobile 2.0 on Motorola RAZR's

Lensbabies bend SLR lenses

EA Mobile comes of age, Tetris still addictive

Making use of those cool new cell phone features: ShoZu

Hitachi touts HDD/DVD hybrid camcorder and a $2500 50" LCD

Webaroo promises free offline browsing

D-Link puts draft 11n in new networked media player

Asus demoing UWB HDMI connection system

First horseman of apocalypse in Las Vegas

Ruckus Wireless intros 'Video-Grade' USB wireless adapter

OQO releases model 02 UMPC

HD DVD slams Blu-ray, talks innovation

Netgear and BitTorrent team up on high-definition content delivery

ViewSonic highlights widescreen LCD monitors and iPod front projector

Vizio introduces sub-$3000 60" PDP TV

Microsoft to showcase remote-controlled USB handsets and UMPCs

You let me down, Bill - keynote analysis

Bill Gates announces Windows Home Server

AMD unleashes second generation of Live! platform

Sony plans next Blu-ray attack at HD DVD

Sony hits one million shipped PS3s, hints at new features

AOL Video to run on Sony's TVs

Palm launches Treo 750 smartphone

Samsung launches UMPC with flash hard drive

JVC first to offer HD HDD videocam

Battle of the 108-inchers

Philips AmBX to bring light, wind and good vibrations to gamers

Philips goes ambi-extreme

LG puts "aggressive" sticker on 71" plasma TV

VoodooPC to show off AMD's Quad FX with 18 ft. screens

Toshiba to offer 1080p HD DVD player for $600

Keep the bad guys away with full disk encryption

Netgear refreshes Zetera-based NAS

New HD media player from Netgear

Netgear intros standalone Skype / PSTN DECT phone

LG to roll out dual-format Blu-ray/HD DVD player in Q1

LG jumps into iPod accessory land with ultra-cool deck

Nobint Falcon showcases 3D touch device - think a mouse, only better

Even Duracell is in the iPod accessory market now

A full keyboard for a normal sized phone

Asus shows off external graphics for notebooks

Shure tries to be more consumer friendly with sane-priced quality earphones

3D gaming, surround sound, and waterproof accessories

Linksys gets into the consumer NAS game

Want wireless Internet access at CES? Then pay $400.

Growing pains at the Consumer Electronics Show

First live demo of mobile Wimax

LG more serious about 1080p

MSI rings in second wave of AMD Live! entertainment PCs

MSI to release second notebook with crystal inlays

The battle for the digital home - analyst opinion

Highly integrated DTV chips expected to debut

Corel updates DVD Copy 5 with iPod, Vista support

Hitachi announces 1 TB hard drive

Toshiba to ship HD DVD writer in February

Proton to introduce two more full HDTVs

BenQ to debut new DLP projectors

Lacie announces $1150 Blu-ray burner

A preview of what you can expect to see on the showfloor

Toshiba to debut external USB hard drive

Hybrid hard drives promoted through industry alliance

Logitech integrates computer speakers with iPod dock

Sandisk surprises with Flash hard drive announcement

LG to unveil combo Blu-ray - HD DVD player

MSI to showcase AMD Live! systems

Samsung develops double-sided LCD

A floating iPod sound system for your swimming pool

Toshiba to show fuel cell-powered MP3 player

XM to go beyond radio with weather, video

Lexar upgrades Jumpdrives for Windows Vista

Westinghouse to show Quad HDTV

MSI to showcase medical notebook

Vutec to show off Tri-Plex screen

Fujitsu to demo H.264 IC for HD recording

Patriot to demonstrate 1302 MHz memory modules

Showtime to launch video download service for Windows Vista

Autonet announces Internet access for cars