CES 2008: Show Floor Coverage (Part 5)

KODAK & Nokia's Booths

KODAK's Booth

 At the KODAK booth, they've got a range of new cameras on display and one new AIO printer, the ESP 3. The ESP3 features high quality printing and output, while saving up to 50% on 'everything they print' compared to similar competitor's products. This is a tall claim, and we for one would like to see if it's true. The ESP 3 will also come with a new software feature called Facial Retouch.

 One of the new cameras introduced, the KODAK EASYSHARE Z1085 IS Zoom Digital Camera is their latest prosumer range digicam with 10-megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, optical image stabilization, and HD video capture.

 KODAK also has a new range of slim and light digicams in their M series, banking mostly on its colorful designs. These are entry-level cameras with a wide-angle viewing LCD viewfinder and come in 7 to 10-megapixels.

 One of the more interesting digital cameras, the KODAK EASYSHARE V1273 offers up a 12-megapixel sensor and HD video recording capabilities that can be viewed full screen on HDTVs through the KODAK HDTV Dock.

Nokia's Booth

 There wasn't any new products from Nokia this CES that we haven't seen before, but they've been busy with some 'Green' demos. This car here is filled with green technology, including a handset that is made from 50% renewable biomaterials.

 The other 'green' project at Nokia has been their ongoing Eco Sensor Project, which is basically their group of eco-friendly concept technologies to build a sort of world-wide live environment condition database. To put it simply, these devices store and record your surroundings, air quality, temperature, etc. and updates it to a server network. Kind of like a peer-to-peer networking, but in an effort to maintain environmental balance.