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Wireless chargers from Powermat

Ilse Jurrien
CES report
Thursday 14th, January 2010
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

CES 2010 - Building upon the massive success of its initial product launch, Powermat - the worldwide leader in wireless charging - will unveil a wide range of new and innovative charging solutions at CES 2010, further establishing its dominance in the category. Although a late entry into the wireless charging category, Powermat quickly surpassed all existing competitors by not only being first to gain national distribution with leading retailers in the market, but more importantly by experiencing considerable success and sell-through at store level. Since its launch, Powermat has sold in excess of 750,000 Powermat products, with most stores experiencing severe out-of-stock shortages late in the season.

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Samsung e-Book devices

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Friday 8th, January 2010

Samsung unveils its first e-Book devices, with 6" and 10" screen size offerings, at the 2010 CES in Las Vegas. The Samsung E6 and E101 further solidify Samsung’s position in display technology by raising the bar on the quality of writing capabilities for e-Books. Unlike other eBook devices, the Samsung E6 and E101 enable handwriting directly onto the display, allowing users to annotate their reading selections, calendars and to-do lists with a built-in electromagnetic resonance stylus pen. This dedicated pen prevents mistypes caused by hands and other objects that may graze the screen’s surface. A variety of pen and eraser thicknesses makes the Samsung e-Books perfect for drawing and writing.

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Pocket Radar at CES 2010

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Sunday 3rd, January 2010

Pocket Radar, the World's Only Pocket Sized Personal Speed Radar Set to Be Unveiled at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas! Selected as a 2010 Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honoree in the highly competitive personal electronics category, Pocket Radar’s sleek, compact, palm-sized, ultraportable design, combined with break-through speed radar technology and point-and-shoot functionality, provides users with extremely accurate, real-time speed measurements of moving objects with the touch of a button.

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Logitech Squeezebox music network

Posted by: Mark Peters Wednesday 9th, January 2008

Logitech unveiled the Logitech Squeezebox Duet network music system, extending the promise of the award-winning Squeezebox products, which allow people to access and listen to the music they love in any room of their home. The new Squeezebox Duet system offers an innovative controller, which includes a full-color LCD screen, and a compact receiver - enabling people to wirelessly browse, select and play their digital music on their existing stereo speakers anywhere in the home - even when their computer is off. With the Logitech Squeezebox Duet network music system, music lovers can listen to their personal digital music collection, Internet radio and subscription services on their home-entertainment system in their living room, the stereo system in their bedroom, even on the mini-system in their kitchen - anywhere they have audio gear. And with the Squeezebox Duet controller, listeners can control their digital music from the palm of their hand.

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Sony mylo communicator

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Tuesday 8th, January 2008

For anyone who lives their life online with multiple social circles and struggles to get enough time on their home computer, Sony’s mylo communicator supports the popular web entertainment applications of a PC, in a pocketable broadband device.Available in black or white, with a back-lit, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, this wireless broadband device connects to open Wi-Fi networks using 802.11/b and /g standards. It does not require a monthly service contract, and as an added bonus, the new COM-2 mylo communicator devices will receive free access to participating Wayport hotspot locations in the US including more than 9,000 McDonald’s locations until Dec. 31, 2010.

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Nokia Wi-Fi access

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Sunday 30th, December 2007

Boingo Wireless announced that Boingo Mobile is now available for selected Nokia mobile phones. With the addition of Boingo Mobile, selected Nokia mobile phones and Internet Tablets can automatically connect to the Boingo wireless network of hotspots across the world for only USD 7.95 - EUR 5.95 - GBP 3.95 per month. For a limited time, people who sign up for this internet service will receive the first month free.

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Sony Ericsson MD300

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Saturday 29th, December 2007

Sony Ericsson announced the MD300, a state-of-the-art business tool that allows busy professionals to quickly and easily connect their PCs or laptops to the internet whenever and wherever they need. The first Sony Ericsson Mobile Broadband product with a USB interface, the MD300 is simple to install and start up. It comes pre-installed with everything you need to go online, including PC software.

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Wireless communication is main stream, wherever you go, you expect to get a wireless connection to stay in touch with your family, friends or business associates. At the CES 2012 manufacturers display their latest electronic devices for a wide range of consumers. Most of these devices support network protocols like DLNA. Protocols like this make it possible to share pictures, video clips and music in your own wireless network, and even makes it possible to connect from outside to your private network. Popular devices like the tablets let you enjoy multimedia experiences, even when the data is not stored on the device itself. Wireless communication is the core element of today’s multimedia industry; the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 reveals the latest developments.