Robbie Bach, President of Entertainment and Devices at Microsoft confirmed that Project Natal will be ready in time for Christmas, although he neglected to mention the price. Meanwhile Microsoft’s own dancing monkey Steve Ballmer introduced the HP tablet as expected.
Samsung launched a brand new 3DTV, two e-readers but perhaps its most important announcement was a brand new App store.
Launched the Aspire One AO532h – the size zero of netbooks measuring in at under an inch thick, with 8 hours of battery life and Windows 7.
Finally announced that the Kindle DX is going global – people in over 100 countries can now read in style.
Launched the sexy NX90 laptop and showcased some jaw dropping concept tech.
Although not at CES, Google did find the time to hold a press conference unveiling the highly anticipated Google Nexus One smartphone. Is this the iPhone killer people have been waiting for?
Unleashed a touchscreen netbook on the world, with facial recognition software, raising the bar for mobile computing in 2010.
The Chinese company introduced two of the most unique products at CES so far – a smartbook – primarily for web browsing on the go and the hybrid U1 which impressively transforms from a laptop into a tablet. 10/10 for ingenuity.
Showcased a range of HD TV’s. The pick of the bunch was definitely the 47-inch LCD behemoth with passive 3D tech – no need for those silly glasses.
Joined forces with Twitter. However, it was the 68-inch LED LCD TV that had our undivided attention….
Added to the army of 3D TV’s, with the LX900 series, showcased the Dash – a personal internet viewer and the HD Bloggie – a stylish new handycam.
Launched "The Cell" TV- 143 times more powerful than a regular TV. It will no doubt be a big player this year.