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While the Zune didn't make a huge presence at CES, DAP accessory makers were out in full force nonetheless, and ClicZune did a commendable job in scouring the floors for Zune-capable speakers and docking stations. Although Apple's gem definitely has a commanding lead in the iPod speaker system marke

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Sure, wireless USB hubs for your mice, keyboards, printers, and other random peripherals are quite handy in removing that rat's nest of wires you're currently dealing with, but now it seems the \"wire free PC\" is within our grasp. DisplayLink's DL-120 and DL-160 ICs allow \"monitor manufacturers, PC O

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While we got a small taste of Avega Systems' master wireless scheme at CES, SciFi has sniffed out a forthcoming set of tower speakers from the company that looks to utilize that WiFi freedom the Aios platform supposedly enables. Requiring just a power source, these pearly white towers feature a trio

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Seemingly, it's just not to efficient enough to buy lighting tools for your home anymore, as lamps these days have to have at least one other random function thrown in for good measure, and Soundoiler's duo is no different. Melding form with function, this stylish lamp features a built-in speaker to

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To call our tour of Sony Ericsson's booth at CES a \"booth tour\" is giving it entirely too much credit; for some reason, the world's fourth-largest manufacturer of mobile phones was relegated to a single meager kiosk within Sony's sprawling grounds (along with a handful of tie-ins with other Sony pr

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For those aclimated just enough with technology to understand the basic functions of a point-and-shoot, but not intelligent enough to utilize a \"My Pictures\" folder or understand the concept of \"one-touch backup,\" Polaroid's CGA-02540 is coming to the rescue. Designed for those who basically have a

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Nokia had a strong showing at this year's CES, coming to the table with the N800 Internet Tablet, the N93i, and the svelte, totally unexpected N76. Our favorite part, though, might have been the NFC demo -- Nokia really went all out to demo the capabilities of its 6131 NFC by showing movie posters,

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Texas instruments once again this year had a prominent booth at CES displaying all the TVs with DLP chips in them. Among them was the Slim TV and a few projectors marketed towards gamers. TI booth tour

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We stopped by the Audiovox booth to check out what it and its small fleet of partner brands have been up to. They may not have been sporting a gigundo LCD tower or anything, but they certainly did what they could with a big flying yellow hyperbolic donut thingy. Join us after the break for some high

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Congratulations, both you and we made it through Engadget's first ever dual CES / Macworld consumer tech bonanza -- and boy, was it a week to remember. Between Vista's coming out, to a format-unifying Blu-ray / HD DVD hybrid player, to a, um, humble cellphone, we were all up in CES's and Macworld's

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You know what they say, if Apple won't provide a way, blaze your own trail anyway. Granted, the vernacular might be a bit off, but apparently Meridian gets the gist of it, as it showcased the MV-D1 iPod video dock at CES as a means of getting a \"real HD video experience\" out of that yet-to-be-widesc

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You know what they say, if Apple won't provide a way, blaze your own trail anyway. Granted, the vernacular might be a bit off, but apparently Meridian gets the gist of it, as it showcased the MV-D1 iPod video dock at CES as a means of getting a \"real HD video experience\" out of that yet-to-be-widesc

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It sure didn't take long for this SideShow bandwagon to get overcrowded, as now we've even got a VoIP phone touting its SideShow functionality, not to mention its ability to interface with iTunes and Windows Media Player as well. While Asus' first attempt, the AiGuru S1, received lukewarm reviews at

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Jensen looks to have walked into CES with its clever hat on, showing off its new NVXM1000 \"Rock-n-Road\" XM/GPS combo unit, which the folks at Orbitcast got a chance to check out and snap some pics of. Specs-wise, the unit definitely looks to bring the goods, with a 4-inch touchscreen display Orbitca

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Forget single-layer media, that dual-layer stuff that was all the rage last year, and even the triple-layered flavor that got announced just days ago. Heck, even an eight-layer disc would be forced to bow down to the sure-to-be-outdone-soon ten-layer rendition supposedly crafted by Ritek. No sooner

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Fujitsu's known for kicking out some fairly svelte looking laptops, but whomever's heading up the desktop design team should seriously be reevaluated. Sure, the firm's Teo HTPC isn't nearly as hideous as this catastrophe, but it's not exactly the sexiest piece of equipment we've seen to shove in you

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With the number of navigation, PMP and wireless communications devices out there, it's pretty clear by now that there's no one-size-fits-all solution for portable devices. That's why we're fairly intrigued by the new WPX unit from Mobile Crossing, which allows companies to customize their own devic

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Laptop Magazine had the opportunity to put the new 12-inch, Toshiba Portege R400 through a review. One \"especially convenient feature\" of the convertible tablet is the ability to receive real-time alerts using Microsoft's Active Notifications and Push Technology. So long as you're connected via WiFi

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Do you like USB bracelets? Would you wear when them on a train? Would you wear then in the rain? No? Try them, try them with the S10 we say, now packing Bluetooth, mkay? See... you like them, you like MP3 bracelets, eh? You like them, so buy one we say.[Via dapreview]

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