How incredibly ridiculous, I left 1/2 of my UK/US adaptor in the hotel, which means I’m on the clock with a minor uploading drama! So the video might or might not make it up there, with 32 minutes remaining, it’s anyone’s game.
Highlights so far have been a proliferation of newer, greener display technologies (hold tight for OLED on the vid) and an emphasis on mobile content consuming, including a projector that’s been built into a phone.
In fact, the phone-projector from Samsung (using DLP technology) was the gadget I featured for BBC Click during filming last night, that’s going to be broadcast on BBC World, and perhaps even on the internet site too, which is very exciting.
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Today I’ll go to my appointments on the show floor armed with my (fully charged!) camcorder, and later I’ll meet with the rest of the BBC Click team.
…and tonight I might be attending the Sony Online Poker party which last year had Fire-Eaters and Acrobats as well as many different food stations.
Below are a few piccies from Flickr uploaded earlier:
See you soon!
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liked the mini projectors too, very good quality! We filmed DLP also last night for some Dutch sites.
@Erno Hannink yes those projectors are very impressive in real life, I love the idea of mobile projectors, imagine what you could do 🙂
Wow, that video went up really quickly. Are you planning on getting any sleep while you’re in Las Vegas?
Top 3 highlights – must have stuff?
ps like the haircut
Hi Simon Page, yes I’m hoping to catch the “Last Gadget Standing” stuff for that – ps thanks 🙂
Yay! Mission accomplished! I presume that’s the largest TV at the show?
Not that I’m one of those large screen TV obsessed types – my laptop is my TV!
I suppose for a follow up you could find the smallest TV!
Hi LJ, looks like your having fun already. Any news of Windows 7?
Wow those OLED TVs seem like they will give 1080p LCDs a run for there money, seems like you are in Geek Heaven ~:O)
@Irdis ~ Windows 7 CPP (Communtity Preview Program) should be out later today, actually about the time of this post of mine, unless you are in the managed beta or have a MSDN/TechNet account and you can get it now.
Been using Windows 7 builds since late last year and its looking very good so far.
Some useful links on Windows 7 I use…
Should be able but subject to users connection be able to get the Windows 7 CPP build 7000 here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/dd353205.aspx
@daviding, I’ll sleep on the plane back !