With the 2009 CES International conference kicking off tomorrow, everyone in the tech world is in–or watching–Las Vegas. The conference may be smaller than last year, but the media is just as eager to see what gadget goodies the tech companies have in store. In this video, CNET News.com Executive Editor Tom Merritt reviews the NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision gaming peripheral, which lets you play video games in 3D. Pretty awesome.
Other stories worth noting:
- Dean Takahashi at VentureBeat has a story aout Toshiba's TVs with cell microprocessors, which are the next step up from high-definition.
- Tim Gideon at PC Magazine writes about the announcement of SanDisk's Sansa slotMusic player, which plays microSD cards preloaded with 1,000 songs
- PC World has pics and reviews of the gadget line-up that were already on display today, like the trendy TriSpecs sunglasses with Bluetooth capacity.
- CNNMoney overviews the new visual, social, and personal consumer experiences from Cisco.
We'll be posting more news tomorrow, so stay posted!
–Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer