Hard to believe that CES, that behemoth of a tradeshow is over. We're bidding the Las Vegas Convention Center a fond farewell by counting down the top five trends and announcements we saw at the show. » Read Article
It's not just a camcorder, and it's not just a camera. The PlayFull Dual that Kodak had on display at CES this year impressed, as it succeded in showing aptitude as both kinds of devices.
Toshiba announced two new pocket camcorders at CES yesterday, the ruggedized Camileo Clip and the Wi-Fi enabled Camileo Air 10. How do they stack up against the competition?
Canon kicked off CES 2012 with three new PowerShots. We got our hands on all three at a Vegas press event last night including the flagship G1 X. Want the short version? It's pretty darn cool. For more details and photos, read on.
Olympus kicks off a Vegas celebration with five new point-and-shoot cameras, starting at the top with the SP-620 UZ ultrazoom sporting a 21x optical zoom lens. The compact travel zoom SZ-12 and Tough TG-320 also make a debut.
Sony has announced three new Cyber-shot compact digital cameras, the DSC-W610, DSC-W620 and DSC-W650.
Fujifilm launched the X-Pro1 interchangeable lens camera at a press conference today at CES. It offers a new X-mount and X-Trans CMOS 16 megapixel sensor and three brand new XF lenses.
The EasyShare M750 compact point-and-shoot and a new PlayFull compact camcorder are Kodak's latest launches.
Leading into CES 2012 Canon announces a new flagship PowerShot: the G1 X. Alongside it the PowerShot ELPH 520 and 110 HS make their debuts decked out with DIGIC 5 processors.
Poker? Slots? Magic shows with high production values? Not as exciting as what's going on inside the Las Vegas Convention Center this week. It's CES time again and we're taking a look ahead at the big show.
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