Toshiba's CES booth tour

Ryan Block
R. Block|01.07.06

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Ryan Block
January 7th, 2006
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Toshiba's CES booth tour
Toshiba had quite the presence at CES this year, especially what with the huge onslaught of HD DVD. They're trying to get the buzz rolling for sure, but they had a couple other noteworthy bits, so check it out!

Toshi's HD-A1 HD DVD player, in the buff. It's pretty big, but we have a feeling you'll find room for it.
Wall o' screens.

47-inch 1080p LCD TV, eh? Now that's not usual.


Toshi was showing off their Qosmio line. Like, really showing off. They only had about 50 or 60 of 'em around their booth, actually -- their other laptops and boxes were definitely slighted. And yes, that's an Xbox 360 disc up on the wall.

This is the 32Z1000, a networked TV with 3 Ethernet ports, NAS storage, Firewire, USB, and HDMI. Japan only, far as we know.

Apparently people are really stoked to check out SED. And to be frank, they probably should be -- it's pretty slick.

Here we've got a bizarre 3D interface on a table, which apparently doesn't suffer from motion parallax, and doesn't require glasses.

You know what this is, don't you?

This is what Toshiba's DMFC (direct methanol fuel cell) battery looks like. They're claiming 8 hours of life on the thing.

We're not sure why, but apparently it sucks being the bread in an identical twin sandwich getting your cartoon portait drawn in front of a dozen or so showgoers by a dude with a Tablet PC.
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