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Bleeding Edge 084: CES 2007 Video: Microvision Presents The Smallest Projector in the World

Microvision was showing off their new projector technology at - that being, the worlds smallest. The new laser powered projector is smaller than a box of matches, yet manages to project a bright DVD quality image from a portable device such as a cell phone, camera, or media player. They won’t be selling directly to consumers, but are aiming their miniscule pixel pusher at device manufacturers wishing to let their users have a screen larger than the pocket sized device they make. Either way, this is truly amazing.


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Bleeding Edge 083: CES 2007 Video: Parallels Desktop for Mac, Interview with Ben Rudolph

Here at Gear Live HQ, we loves us some Parallels. We interviewed Ben Rudolph of Parallels in the past, and this time we were able to bring him up to our

penthouse

hotel suite while at CES for a demo of the latest Parallels Release Candidate, focusing on

Convergence

Coherence mode. If you are a Mac user, this is one to watch.


Bleeding Edge 082: CES 2007 Video: Nikki Inderlied Destroys Andru Edwards At The BlogHaus

Gear Live’s Andru Edwards and I4U CES reporter Nikki Inderlied engaged in a dual interview at the , courtesy of PodTech. After a couple of minutes of senseless banter, the two went one-on-one in Gears of War, where Andru quickly learned that girls really can kick your ass…or, at least, Andru’s ass.


Bleeding Edge 081: CES 2007 Video: Monster 5.1 SuperDisc DVD Music

The guys at Monster had a great new audio technology to show us when we met up with them at CES. It won’t come across in this video, but the sound that their SuperDisc DVDs put out is incredible. We demo the technology in this episode.


Bleeding Edge 080: CES 2007 Video: Brother P-Touch Label Makers. Lame.

Brother showed of their ridiculous new labelers at CES this year. Don’t get us wrong - labelers can be functional, but for hunters, and in pink? There is only one way to describe these products: LAME. See the video for more on that. We just don’t see how selling the exact same product, just in different colored shells, equates to them being for certain activities. We’ll let you be the judge.


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