Thursday, 6 Jan 2011
LG Electronics marks the start of 2011 with launches of products that are set to revolutionize how you watch TV at home - with the focus on Smart Technologies and not forgetting the continuous innovation in bringing the best in 3D technology and the most attractive designs.
LG Electronics announces world's largest full LED 3D TV. At 72 inches wide, the LZ9700 offers viewers life-sized action in both 2D and 3D.
Canon announces expansion of PowerShot A-series with four new compact modes - the PowerShot A3300 IS, A2200, A1200 and A800 gigital cameras.
Rocstor announces the Blazer series, a mobile line of external hard drives.
NAVTEQ and NNG demonstrates the iGo My way application using NAVTEQ Natural Guidance, which generate directions a person does, rather than the usual linear instructions provided by current navigation systems.
The Toshiba NB550D HD multimedia netbook, offers superior sound quality with Harmon Kardon stereo speakers.
The Toshiba Satellite M645/A665/A665(3D) and Qosmio X500 come integrated with Intel's 2nd Generation Processor Technology.
NOX Audio to display functional prototype of never-before-seen headset at CES.
Gainward launches its customized design of GeForce GTX 580. Dynamically driven by enhanced Fermi 2.0 GPU (GF110), it is targeted at PC gamers worldwide.
Panasonic releases a bumper crop of new cameras for the new year, including eight compact cameras, three SD camcorders and eleven HD camcorders. As always, HardwareZone is here to help you make sense of the new goodies.