CES product: Portable video player\r\n Video
CNET's Tom Merritt takes a look at a 56-inch Samsung screen that needs no color wheel. The product is being introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.\r\n
CNET's Molly Wood shows off the newest version of Microsoft's digital jukebox: Windows Media Player 11. Look for the beta release Wednesday, May 17, 2006.\r\n
At CES 2006 in Las Vegas, Palm and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates touted the Treo 700w, which comes with Windows. CNET's Molly Wood gives it a first look. \r\n
From CES 2008, Molly Wood takes a first look at the iRiver Spinn, a portable video player which is operated by using a spin wheel on the side and will be available in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB sizes.
Molly Wood shows off a little, portable speaker system with big sound.
Meet James Davies, CNET's Backstage Pass winner, who will be covering portable music and video products at CES 2006.
CNET's Molly Wood, Brian Cooley, and Natali Morris host the annual Best of CES awards at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. They will unveil the best products in 12 categories, plus the People's Choice award winners and the Best of Show.
At CES 2006, CNET's Molly Wood takes a look at the Samsung YP-Z5, a flash based MP3 player that comes equipped with either 2 or 4 GBs of storage.\r\n
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, ZDNet's David Coursey tests out Microsoft's new portable video player--a small, mobile device designed to play video and other types of entertainment files.
At CES 2010 in Las Vegas, Tom Merritt shows us a sleek new projector for your MP3 player, digital camera, or any other portable video device.