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CES 2009 Day 2

Fri, 01/09/2009 - 11:25am
Jason Lomberg, Technical Editor

I had appointments with Energizer and Analog Devices today, and Samsung gave us a "booth tour." Samsung wasn't being pretentious when they called it a "tour." Believe me, the booth looks like a small house, and must have cost a fortune. Energizer gave me a demo of their new Zinc Air Primatic Battery, which I'll feature in a future Efficiency Zone. Analog Devices had a host of new products, including an innovative controller that will inevitably replace the Wiimote, the Sixense. We also found time to check out a little company called Microsoft. Enjoy the images!

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Hard at work or...you get the rest.                                                                                                               Ever heard of these guys?

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Touch sense is making huge strides...we're getting

close to the movie Minority Report                                                                            A touch/vibration sense chip from Analog Devices

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The Sixense remote being demoed.                                                                                  Energizer's Zinc Air Prismatic Battery. 

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Samsung's mammoth booth. A "tour" was an accurate way to describe

seeing the whole thing.                                             

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

 

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