Sony’s Cybershot H20 is a budget-friendly ultrazoom, coming in at under $300 for a Carl Zeiss 10x optical zoom lens, 10MP sensor, 3″ LCD screen and 720P HD recording.
Acer has a dropped a foursome of Smartphones, including two giant 3.8″ touchscreen models (M900, DX900) and two 2.8″ touchscreen phones; so far, they’ll only run WinMo 6.1.
Shock, freeze and waterproof, Canon’s PowerShot D10 is just begging for an outdoor excursion; it includes a 12.1MP sensor, 3x optical zoom, swappable face plates and carabineer hook.
Ideal for consumers looking for DSLR-like abilities, the Canon Powershot SX200 features a 12.1 MP sensor, 12x optical zoom, 3″ LCD screen and 720p HD video recording.
The HTC Magic is the second Google phone; it ditches the G1’s physical keyboard for a 3.2″ touchscreen, thereby reducing thickness; at the moment, it’s only for European users.
Canon’s Powershot SX1 is their powerhouse ultrazoom, with a 10MP CMOS sensor, 20X optical zoom, manual focus, 2.8″ TFT LCD screen and HDMI output; it’ll be available 4/09.
With a giant 3.7″ touchscreen, 8MP camera that does 720p, HD video out, and 16GB storage in a 12.7mm thick body, the OmniaHD is calling to us (by video, since it does that, too).
Superficially a sliderless version of the E75, the candybar Nokia E55 features a half-QWERTY keyboard, 2.4″ QVGA screen, 3G, and 2GB MicroSD card; it measures only 9.9mm thick.
A pair of mirror-imaged, omnidirectional arrays and a quartet of 12″ bass drivers make up these gorgeous MBL 101 X-treme speakers, which faintly resemble Federation warp cores.
Remember the Edge cellphone concept? LG was apparently cooking up the real deal with the GD900, which features a glowing transparent sliding keypad; it’ll be out in late 2009.
For DJs who want to scratch on the go, Samsung’s BEAT DJ and BEAT Disc both feature Bang & Olefson amps; the DJ gets a 2.8″ AMOLED screen while the Disc gets a slide-out keypad.
Winner of the CES ’07 Innovation Award, the Powerstick is a portable USB charger that works with cellphones, MP3 players, digital cameras and stops charging once it’s full to save energy.
Based on the old 9300 Communicator, Nokia’s E75 is a slider phone with two sets of keys (one full QWERTY), a 2.4″ QVGA screen, 3.2 MP camera, 3G connectivity and 4GB storage.
The Sony Ericsson W995 (aka Hikaru) is their flagship Walkman phone, with an 8.1 MP camera, 2.6″ scratch-resistant TFT screen, Wi-Fi, dedicated music keys and a 8GB M2 card.
Shuttle squeezes a gaming rig into its signature small form factor cases with the SDXi Carbon; a QX9770 CPU, dual-slot GTX 280 and 16GB RAM are kept cool with Liquid I.C.E. tech.
While not quite ready for production, Sony Ericsson’s Idou is a promising new candybar phone with a 12.1 MP camera, Xenon flash, 3.5″ 16:9 touchscreen and Symbian OS.
Italy-based V12 Design has partnered with US-based Estari to produce the Canova, a dual touchscreen laptop with a unique hinge that allows for multiple folding configurations.
HTC’s Touch Pro2 offers significant improvements over the first Pro, with a spacious 3.6″ WVGA screen, touch sensitive zoom bar, new TouchFLO 3D UI and a full duplex speakerphone.
The HTC Touch Diamond2 is a worthy successor to the original Diamond, with a larger 3.2″ VGA touchscreen, touch sensitive zoom bar, and new TouchFLO 3D UI; it’s only 13.7mm thick.
The Blackberry Curve 8900 is now available at T-Mobile, but will be limited to 5 per store; this full-QWERTY smartphone features a 2.4″ screen, trackball, 3.2 MP camera, Wi-Fi and aGPS.
A departure from stiff touchscreens, Impress uses an array of force sensors under squishy foam that adds another dimension to touch interactions: it detects pressure intensity.
Leaked in advance of MWC 2009, details on Motorola’s QA4 sliderphone are scarce, but we do know it features a 2.8″ TFT touchscreen, CDMA+EVDO and a tilt sensor.
At its core a small handset, the Modu is a modular phone that can slip into one of four different jackets priced between $25 and $100; it has 2GB of memory and Bluetooth.
iBuypower has added two relatively affordable gaming PCs running AMD’s Dragon platform; both use AMD Phenom II CPUs, AMD 790GX chipsets and Radeon HD 4000 series cards.
Marginally cheaper than the Edition 9s, Ultrasone’s Edition 8 is still a premium headphone, with Ethiopian sheepskin ear cups, Ruthenium plating and MU-metal shielding.
TeleNav’s GPS Navigator is coming 2/24 to the T-Mobile G1, allowing the Android phone to give turn-by-turn driving directions with 3D maps, traffic alerts and speech recognition.
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