Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The 15 Hottest Products at CES 2009 (11-15)

By : PCMag.com Staff

11. TOM TOM GO 740 LIVE
With a built-in wireless connection, this GPS device provides real-time traffic information, local fuel price data, and local search services. An extended version of TomTom's IQ Routes technology calculates routes and travel times based on every road's historic traffic patterns for the specific day of week and time of day you are traveling. ($499)

12. PANASONIC DMP-B15
Touted as the world's first portable Blu-ray player, the DMP-B15 features an 8.9-inch WSVGA LCD and a three-hour rechargeable battery for to-go high-def video viewing, but the device can also be connected via HDMI to an HDTV to watch Blu-ray movies at home. (Price undetermined)

13. POWERMAT
Charge multiple devices at the same time using just one power source. First, attach PowerMat receivers—in the forms of dongles, cases, or docks—to the devices you want to charge. Then place the devices on the PowerMat's thin mat, and plug the mat into an outlet. Through magnetic induction, the mat will charge all the devices wirelessly. (Price undetermined, but estimated at $25 per receiver or mat)

14. LG GD910 Watch Phone
All the rage at CES, this phone/MP3 player/calculator watch isn't yet available in the U.S. Its touch screen responds well to light touches and gestures, and the tiny onscreen dial pad is surprisingly easy to use. It speakerphone allows you to have conversations with your wrist by your side. (Price undetermined)

15. WINDOWS 7 BETA 1
Made publicly available during CES, this beta of Microsoft's next OS looks like Vista done right, with a smaller disk and memory footprint, faster startup, and fewer annoyances. (Free)
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