CES is a monstrosity, spanning several million square feet of exhibition space and with every breed of gadget you’d ever expect to find. It’s really quite ridiculous. That being the case, we thought we’d survey the guests and ask what they were most excited about, and what they were there to see. The resounding consensus? “New stuff.”
We can tell you right now, we loved the original iriver clix. We loved the size, the UI, everything. We just got a look at the clix2, and can’t wait to get one of these once they are released. In the meantime, check the video for a preview of the device.
While we were walking the show floor, we caught a glimpse of a robotic dragonfly flying above our heads. We followed it back to it’s home, which was the Wow Wee both, and chatted with them about this fun little flying robotic device. Oh, and it’s cheap too - all this fun for just $50 USD.
Bennett Beer of Computer Expressions shows off a large collection of cute accessories for iPods, dog-shaped webcams, and a splash proof music holder. Some neat products, and things that you’ll definitely see at Target as they’re all definitely low-cost. Oh, and they served us fresh squeezed orange juice. So that was nice.
Both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD feature advanced technologies to provide interactive features to consumers. We interviewed Ole Lutjens on the bus to CES and he told us about some upcoming network aware games coming to Blu-ray discs.