Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The 15 Hottest Products at CES 2009 (1-5)

By : Staff

Deemed the hottest product at CES by our editor-in-chief, the Pre boasts a new people-centric OS that consolidates contact information from various sources and makes it easy to connect with people in any number of ways (IM, text, e-mail, phone, Facebook, etc.). Add to that a large multitouch screen, powerful processor, accelerometer, hidden QWERTY keyboard, GPS, 802.11g Wi-Fi, and 3.2-megapixel camera, and you've got the most innovative smartphone since the iPhone. (Price undetermined)

Move over, netbooks. Sony's stylish, 1.4-pound system offers an 87 percent keyboard and an 8-inch LED with a native resolution of 1,600 by 768, allowing you to view three file Explorer windows with no overlap. The processor isn't the most powerful, but battery life is impressive. ($899)

3. MSI X320
If you want a MacBook Air but can't afford one, here's your answer. It looks very similar to the Air, but costs half as much. This 2.9-pound system offers a 13-inch widescreen, a 160GB, 5400 RPM hard drive (expandable to 250GB) and an Intel Atom Z520 processor. ($800 to $1,000)

4. DELL XPS 16
This gorgeous media center PC earns our Editors' Choice for its design, home-theater features, and a vibrant RGB LED 16-inch widescreen. The keyboard is illuminated, right down to the mouse buttons. A Blu-ray reader is included, and the system offers both HDMI and DisplayPort technologies. ($1,804)

This is the first Wi-Fi camera with a built-in Web browser, allowing users to access the many Wi-Fi networks that require you to accept terms from HTML pages. The DSC-G3 also streamlines the process of uploading pictures and video to popular sharing sites. ($499)

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