iPad joystick at CES 2011 Video
iPad joystick at CES 2011 Video Transcript
WELCOME TO THE 2011 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW. ITS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. I'M NATALI MORRIS COMING TO YOU FROM LAS VEGAS THIS WEEK. IT'S TIME TO GET LOADED. WE ARE EXPECTING BIG ANNOUNCEMENTS OUT OF TODAY'S PRESS CONFERENCES. PRESENTING COMPANIES INCLUDE INTEL, SONY, MOTOROLA, NVIDIA AND MORE. MEANWHILE, WE DO KNOW A FEW THINGS IN ADVANCE ABOUT NVIDIA. THE COMPANY IS WORKING HARD TO ENCOURAGE 3D. THEY LAUNCHED A 3D WEB PAGE WHERE USERS CAN SHARE AND VIEW 3D CONTENT LIKE GAMES AND MOVIES. THE SITE IS CALLED 3D-VISION-LIVE-DOT-COM. HP MAY NOT BE LAUNCHING ITS TABLETS HERE AT THE SHOW AFTER ALL. THE ANTICIPATED HP PALMPAD LOOKS LIKE IT WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN FEBRUARY IF PRESS INVITATIONS ARE CORRECT. HP INVITED PRESS TO AN EVENT IN SAN FRANCISCO ON FEBRUARY 9 SO WE MAY HAVE TO HOLD OUR HORSES. ASUS IS READY WITH TABLETS THOUGH. THE COMPANY ANNOUNCED A LINE-UP OF TABLETS AND PHONES HERE AT THE SHOW. THE EEE PAD TRANSFORMER AND EEE PAD SLIDER ARE ANDROID TABLETS THAT WILL RUN THE HONEYCOMB VARIETY OF GOOGLE'S OPERATING SYSTEM. THE EEE SLATE WILL RUN WINDOWS AND THE EEE PAD MEMO IS AN ANDROID PHONE. THE VIDEO STREAMING SERVICE VUDU ANNOUNCED THAT IT WILL START OFFERING 3D MOVIES. 3D TITLES WILL START APPEARING ON VUDO MENUS NEXT WEEK AND THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE IN STANDARD AND HI DEF. OF COURSE YOU NEED A 3D TV TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS AND WE DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH THEY WILL CHARGE FOR THESE STREAMS YET. AND FINALLY, IF YOU WANT TO DO MORE GAMING ON YOUR IPAD BUT ARE MISSING PHYSICAL CONTROLS, CHECK OUT THIS IPAD JOYSTICK. THE FLING IS A TRANSPARENT JOYSTICK THAT SUCTIONS TO YOUR IPAD AND GIVES YOU BETTER CONTROL OVER YOUR GAMING. IT COTS $25. THAT IS YOUR NEWS OF THE DAY BUT OF COURSE CNET TV WILL HAVE A LOT MORE ALL WEEK. BE SURE TO STAY TUNED TO CNET-TV-DOT-COM FOR LIVE COVERAGE OF THE SHOW OR CATCH UP LATER FOR FIRST LOOKS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT ALL THE HOT NEW ITEMS COMING OUT OF THIS YEAR'S SHOW. I'M NATALI MORRIS FOR CNET.COM AND YOU'VE JUST BEEN LOADED.
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