CES 2010 is almost here and already companies have been showing off their gadgets and goods. Some of the hottest gadgets featured at CES this year will mostly likely be either a netbook, smartphone, tablet, or eReader—but we know we’ll get some surprises along the way too. Here are a couple of today’s pre-released hot CES gadgets.
Tomorrow Google is holding a grandiose press conference to most likely give its Nexus One smartphone a formal introduction. Engadget already got their hands on the Nexus One and was impressed, but not as impressed as Google may want them to be. We’ll see how the masses react at tomorrow press announcement.
Look at this—an affordable tablet for 2010—sorry Apple, but Freescale beat you to the punch with this fabulous new tablet device for $199.
This large and flexible touchscreen eReader includes 4GB of on-board storage and text-to-speech technology. These eBook readers just keep rolling out. We aren’t sure of pricing yet, but it should be disclosed within the next day or two.
This wireless leash works for any Bluetooth-enabled phone, will sound an alarm if you walk away from your mobile phone, notifying you to turn around. The ZOMM device also features call notification with speakerphone, a panic alarm and an emergency assistance call feature.
i.Tech put out three new, comfortable Bluetooth headsets today in preparation for the CES showdown.
These new COOL-ER ereaders from Interead come in numerous colours and work in every country on the planet. The COOL-ER ereaders support ebooks in every language and have menus in English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Russian, Japanese and Chinese, and also support multiple zoom levels to create a customized and comfortable reading experience.