This is Toshiba Matsushita?s display you can write on using an optical pen. It employs ?System on Glass? technology
to embed an optical sensor and processor in the glass of the LCD. We actually
heard about this one earlier, but it?s good to see how it
A Cell reference board (what else?).
Here?s a demonstration of the Cell processor simultaneously decoding 48 different MPEG-2 streams.
Elsewhere, we found a demo unit of a Toshiba
gigabeat that uses fuel cells for a 60 hour battery
life. Looks like even 60 hours isn?t enough for some people.
NTT DoCoMo?s P901iTV, which features a single-segment/analog terrestrial TV tuner.
This is the MUSIC PORTER X, which can both receive
and record satellite digital audio broadcasts.
Another look at the ?Yubiwa,? a Bluetooth headset that
uses bone conduction.
Someone decided to stick a FOMA AV Unit inside of
their ROBONOVA-1 kit. Ever wanted to control your own personal robot from your mobile phone? Here?s your chance.
?You who are without mercy, now plead for it? I thought you were made of sterner stuff.?
Video from the robot?s internal camera is relayed back to the phone. Preprogrammed action commands can be sent to
the robot using your standard number keys.
This is the W33SA, au?s single-segment mobile.
?Number 5 stupid name? want to be Kevin or Dave!?
That?s next generation media!
A nice size comparison of the Memory Stick Micro to
current generation sticks.
You?ve seen the Blu-ray notebook, so here?s the
matching Blu-ray desktop. It?s a VAIO Type R.
It?d be pretty awesome if someone turned any one of these next-gen DVD players into a building. Here?s another
standalone Blu-ray player prototype from Sony.
?The only media recognized as the next generation of DVD.? Or something.