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CES 2008 Video: Toshiba’s X205, Qosmio G35 AV690 Gaming Notebooks

was kind enough to show us their full range of -capable laptops. In the video, we go over the Qosmio $3,000 system which features a full screen (and looks simply gorgeous) and HDMI output. You can output in straight 1080p to an HD TV over the HDMI out, to glorious, CEC-compatible result. It’s also the world’s first notebook to include a rewritable HD DVD, which may or may not be terribly relevant given the recent mullings over HD DVD.

When I asked about their impression on that though they said they have absolutely no intent of giving up the fight and very much intend to continue to support the format.

Also check out the video to see the Satellite A205—a $899 laptop with an integrated HD DVD player, though no .


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CES 2008: Zeppelin Best Audio Component

Zeppelin

Bowers & Wilkins’ Zeppelin captured the Best Audio Component Award at this year’s CES. Compatible with nanos, 5G iPods, as well as other MP3 players, it will hold thousands of digital stereo tracks and looks kewl as well. It features a frequency range of -6dB at 47Hz, a 22kHz amplifier, and a power output 1x 50W (bass) 2x 25W (midrange/tweeter.) Connect with inputs of 30-pin iPod or 3.5 mini-jack or TOS link and output by S-video. At a size of 7.8 x 25.2 x 8.2-inches and a weight of 16.5 lbs, the Zeppelin is available at the Apple Store for $599.95.

 

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CES 2008 Video: First Pre-Show Daily Wrap-up - Our Expectations

Alright, so we arrived here in Las Vegas for late last night, and figured we’d record our first video from one of our hotel rooms. I mean, why not, right? We talk about what we expect and hope to see at this year’s show, and even equate different historical hairstyles to where we see the industry going in 2008. Yeah, we really needed to get some sleep before doing this - but hey, what’s the fun in that?

Oh, and Brenda made that hat on the plane trip over.


Unboxing Live 028: HP iPaq 310 Travel Companion

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Features, GPS, Handhelds, Videocasts

While getting ready to depart for today, we received a CES Navigation Kit via FedEx. Turns out our friends at wanted to make sure we made it through the rigorous tech conference in perfect health (as you’ll see in the video), and without getting lost. You see, they packed in their newly launched 310 Travel Companion. We actually did a pre-launch video on the whole line of HP iPaq models, so go watch that for a refresher. The 310 Travel Companion is included.

This is HP’s first dedicated device, so feast your eyes on the unboxing experience, and feel free to hit us back with any questions about it. The device retails for $449 USD. Full details on the iPaq 310, along with specs and price, after the jump.


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