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  1. Sneak Peak at Fuse, a Mobile Phone Concept with Synaptics Touch Sensors - CES 2010

    by , 01-10-2010 at 01:40 AM

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    Synaptics makes sensors for mobile phones and netbooks including the capacitive touch sensor for the new Nexus. They produce touchpads for 90% of the netbook market and 70% of the notebook market. Robyn shows us the Fuse concept phone created with Alloy (industrial design and UI), TAT (UI engine), Immersion (haptic feedbacks) and Texas Instruments (OMAP 3630).
  2. Mad Catz Wireless Light Touch Keyboard - CES 2010 - Show Stoppers

    by , 01-10-2010 at 01:34 AM

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    The keyboard is $129 and runs over ultra wideband. The cheaper wireless version is in the $80 range. Touch to control volume, change the control pad, and icons that can be mapped to macros of your choice.

    Updated 01-10-2010 at 01:39 AM by Heather

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  3. VPhone Low Bandwith Two Way Video Calls CES 2010

    by , 01-09-2010 at 12:43 PM

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    The VPhone won best handset of the year at CES 2010, beating out major handset manufacturers. Chad Sayers, founder of Saygus and total Linux guy, provides mp3Car with a tour of the phone and tells us about how the lowest bandwith video calling software around was developed.
  4. Biwin's Tiny USB Flash Storage - CES 2010

    by , 01-09-2010 at 11:21 AM

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    Biwin's very small usb stick that comes in 2, 4, and 8gb models. The write speeds are slow, 5mgs per second, and read speeds are between 10 and 20 mgs per second. This would be useful for an industrial application where you require a hot swap storage for your operating system like Windows embedded. 5mgs per second and read speeds are between 10 and 20 mgs per second.
  5. USB Fingerprint Scanner - CES 2010

    by , 01-08-2010 at 02:35 PM

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    Egis Tech makes this small and cheap device that allows you to control your computer via hand gesture. It looks like a miniature remote control with a few buttons, but also has an accelerometer built in. This product is targeted towards anyone who gives frequent presentations and wants to control their desktop at a distance. We tested it out and found it to be fairly easy to use. This product will be available for purchase within the next few months.