It was press day at CES today, which meant that all the big names in tech came out of the woodwork to host conferences detailing their 2010 wares. T3’s here with the best of them, moulding all the launches and announcements into solid gold chunks of newsy goodness. It’s been a day of big TVs, concept netbooks and – as suspected – a 3D bonanza.
The biggest stories from CES 2010: day one are below, but remember to stay bang up to date over the coming days via the T3 @ CES 2010 microsite.
– Sony NWZ-A845 Walkman announced
– Half LG’s new TVs to pack Freeveiw HD
– LG INFINIA LED TVs announced
– LG brings 3D TV with the LD360 LCD TV
– HP Mini 5102 netbook lands
– Kindle DX goes global
– Lenovo IdeaPad U1 hybrid netbook
– Toshiba BDX3000 3D Blu-ray player announced
– Sony 3D channel announced
– Sharp announces LE920 Aquos LED LCD TV
– Sharp Aquos Net gets Twitter
– Pioneer AVIC-X920BT Navigation launches
– Asus shows off concept tech
– Cisco Home Teleprecense
– Casio Exilim cameras released
– Samsung App store unveiled
– Samsung E6 and E101 e-book readers announced
– Samsung 9000 3DTV announced
– Panasonic Full HD 3D camcorder unveiled
– Sony 3D TV push and new Monolithic range
If that’s not enough, check out our CES 2010 day one round up video.