Image Gallery: Mobile gadgets and gear at CES 2008

Image Gallery: Mobile gadgets and gear at CES 2008

Summary: CES 2008 is taking place in Vegas and the show is again one crazy place. The following images were taken at the press-only Digital Experience! and ShowStoppers events and show some of the mobile gadgets and accessories being demoed on the show floor.

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  • CES 2008 is taking place in Vegas and the show is again one crazy place. The following images were taken at the press-only Digital Experience! and ShowStoppers events and show some of the mobile gadgets and accessories being demoed on the show floor.

    The REDFLY Windows Mobile Companion was probably the most interesting piece of mobile tech I saw at Digital Experience!
  • The 80-key keyboard is small and compact, but seems to be quite usable and is MUCH better than trying to enter lots of data on a small screen.

Topics: Hewlett-Packard, Linux, Mobility, Open Source, Wi-Fi

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  • Keep those pictures coming

    Hi Matt,

    Thanks for the great pictures. Nothing I see is wowing me, but I did like that Levona is coming out with nicer notebooks. I own the R61i and it is a real workhorse but very boring looking.
    ToddSherman
  • RE: REDFLY Windows Mobile Companion (Image Gallery: Mobile gadgets and gear at CES 2008)

    "...gives you a real feel for what is actually happening as you drive your car."

    How about looking out that large pane of glass just in front of the steering wheel? ;-)
    IT_Guy_z