CES 2008: Show Floor Coverage (Part 2)

Philips Entertainment Products

More Entertainment Products from Philips

 Philips new flash video GoGear players now comes anywhere from 1.5-inches to a huge 4-inch display offering up to 5 hours of video and 25 hours of audio. Models with a 2.5-inch and larger display can playback video up to 30fps. Depending on model, features include TV output, direct recording of TV programs, Bluetooth connectivity and of course Rhapsody connection. No WiFi support at the moment however.

 This sleek portable 7-inch DVD player (PET723) features a tablet slider design instead of a clamshell to save space. The DVD player also supports DivX playback and SD cards.

 The Philips DCP851/951 is a portable video player from Philips with a slot loading DVD drive, SD card slot and a side docking/charging station for the iPod, supporting media playback from these sources. Comes in 8.5 or 9-inch LCD sizes respectively.

 The BTM628 is another different design for a Bluetooth enabled entertainment system. Like the BTM630, it can play music from the CD player, connected USB device or via Bluetooth. This particular model also comes with a wireless iPod dock as well, which can be used to stream audio from your iPod to the player.

 Philips most advanced DECT 6.0 wireless VoIP handsets, the VOIP 841 works directly with Skype as well as landlines so you can make VoIP calls without needing to rely on the PC. Looks classy too.

 The Philips Photo Clock Radio AJL308 is many things in one. Built to be stylish, the AJL308 can be used as a digital photo frame, radio alarm clock and a media player capable of audio and video playback from SD card media. The only thing left to do is make it wireless, which unfortunately they've yet to catch up with specialists such as Ality offering digital photo frames that do a lot more than you would expect.

 Range of Philips remote remote controls on display. The most interesting of the three is the SMJ3151 to the left. With a docking station, this product will allow you to control your iPod. Basically, instead of the iPod docking entertainment systems above, which will usually come with its own remote control, the SMJ3151 only provides the remote control to use with the iPod, you will still have to dock the docked iPod into a proper speaker system.

 Philips new flagship webcam, the SPC1300-series features a 1.3-megapixel sensor and can take 6-megapixel interpolated still images. It also features noise canceling using the two directional microphones built-in. Custom video chatting that allows one to change their background as if you're in a different location. Yes, we know the Mac had it first.