CES 2011: Show Floor Coverage (Part 5)

Sennheiser and Viewsonic

Sennheiser's Booth

Sennheiser told us that they had plenty of new stuff to show us and boy were they not wrong. Noise canceling in-ear headphones, new updates to their headphone lines and some pretty looking models made for Adidas. Check it out.

Sennheiser's booth was pretty packed when we reached it, due to some American Football star being present for an interview. Shame they don't like real football as much.

The new noise cancelling CXC 700 in-ear head phones are powered by Sennheiser's NoiseGard technology and has 3 modes of noise canceling levels for the right environment.

The MM550 Travel noise canceling headset is designed with frequent travellers in mind and can link with your smartphone via Bluetooth. The head pads were really comfortable when we tried it and enclosed our ears perfectly.

The HD 220 is a partnership with Adidas and feature a solid bass sound and noise blocking technology.

Viewsonic's Booth

With Viewsonic already launching the ViewPad 7 and 10 tablets, we wondered what they would have at their booth. We were quite amused when we stopped by.

Viewsonic's booth with its usual bird logos everywhere. Oh wait, are those mascot birds dancing???

Upon spotting us with our cameras, the birds immediately lined up for a picture. We were hoping not to get pecked to death by the giant beaks so we complied.

This folks, is the ViewPad 4 and in the back ground you can see people trying out the ViewPad 7 and 10. While it states that it's a tablet, we can't help but note that it supports GSM - which means it's actually a...you guessed it, a phone.

It's running on Android 2.2, has a HDMI out (at the bottom) and uses a Qualcomm MSM 825 1GHz processor and 512MB RAM.