Engadget logoWe're nearly to the end of the long CES grind and it's starting to show. Still, we made it through and recorded one more 'cast before saying goodbye to Vegas, so be prepared for plenty of impressions of our hands on of many, many TVs, Mediaroom 2.0, just what Disney's Keychest is & is not, IPTV on Blu-ray players and finally a breakdown of the 3D Blu-ray spec.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler

Producer: Trent Wolbe

Program
00:45 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 171 - CES 2010 day 1
02:55 - VIZIO's new LCDs (and upcoming iPhone remote app) eyes-on
03:35 - VIZIO CES concept designs show a future of ultrawidescreen, ultrathin & wireless HDTVs
06:20 - Comcast, Time Warner and Cox are excited about the latest in DLNA
09:42 - Microsoft's Mediaroom 2.0 running on the Xbox 360
12:00 - Sezmi plans to change the content industry; hands-on and video
14:20 - Monsoon adds streaming and sideloading functions to its placeshifting tech with Volcano
17:04 - Disney's KeyChest is not DRM
20:48 - Blu-TV brings interactive IPTV to disc players, starting with the BDP-83
23:22 - HQV benchmark disk gets upgraded to 2.0
24:24 - Blu-ray's 3D spec isn't what it could be

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