I closed out International CES 2009 by visiting L-com and Luminous Devices, and by taking a quick stroll through the North, Central, and South Halls again ("quick" being a relative term). Overall, CES 2009 didn't exhibit much innovation, at least anything groundbreaking. Sixense has some potential. I'll have to keep my eye on that. Energizer's Zinc Air Prismatic Battery could make a big splash in the small electronics market. As previously mentioned, I'll be covering the "ZAP Battery" in a future Efficiency Zone column. A number of companies were showing off advanced 3D technology, and in this humble editor's opinion, the tech may finally have matured. Gone are the days of silly, gimmicky plastic glasses. Samsung's Luxia TV's looked amazing, but I may need to stop eating for a year to afford one. Here's some final pictures to close out ECN's coverage of the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show. Make sure to check days 0, 1, and 2, and stay tuned for ECN's coverage of Electronics West. As always, ECN is your #1 source for coverage of important industry trade shows and events.




L-Com's Displayport Technology


A projector featuring Luminus Devices' LEDs








Myvu's Personal Media Viewer. It's

supposed to simulate a large screen.



And yours truly trying it out.