Cool Stuff January 10, 2008Posted by Mrs Weird Scientist in Technology, Think About It.
Tags: electronics, gadgets, Las Vegas
Credit: CES. Mobile electronics enthusiasts in the consumer electronics industry preview the latest in-vehicle technology at the 2008 International CES. Pictured is a hydrogen-powered car built by GM for entertainer, Jay Leno.
I couldn’t come up with a more eloquent title for this blog entry. Why not? Because the recent International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas is full of everything cool, innovative, quirky, bizarre and futuristic. I’m offering up only a mere sampling of the gadgets that were demonstrated at the show.
Credit: CES. The Rainbow Wireless Speaker System as a wireless solution for the home audio experience.
Credit: CES. Ultra-Dock is the premier audiophile iPod/iPhone docking solution, utilizing Sonic FocusTM technology to upscale and refine compressed music and soundtracks to 96kHz / 24 bit quality.
Credit: CES. Emtrace Technologies showcased their Photoskins at CES Unveiled. Photoskins is a photo-frame that is thin enough to fit inside your wallet.