A few photos from CES
The Que - A standout in the myriad of E-books. A very cool reader for digital files and news - crossover allowing you to read for both business and pleasure. It is made out of a shatterproof plastic. You can even write on it with your finger! However, it seems like an odd size, 8.5 x 11" - you almost need two hands to hold it. Had a great showing at CES.
Just the design of the entry to the Samsung was enough to distract this visitor for a good 10 minutes, staring in awe at the screens and the actual beauty technology sometimes brings to the world.
When I walked up to this car and said "why?" they said, that's why! It's a car that converts to a full-on gaming system. The four screens pop out and each player has their own sound system. I guess that's why. Thankfully, it's only one of a kind.
This is the Intel Health Guide 6000, a project I worked on during my tenure at Intel. It was exciting to finally see it on the market! It's meant to help people with chronic diseases track their health and allow clinicians to monitor care remotely.
Intel was also promoting its 2010 core processors and showing how much data they can process by bringing up real time information from a multitude of social media sites. It was also visually stunning.
On the other end of the spectrum were these retro-machines. They are capable of taking vinyl records and turning them into MP3's. Who knew?
Finally, at the Monster Awards and John Legend concert Friday night, the one and only Stevie Wonder showed up and played a tune for the crowd. Truly a highlight of the week.