Samsung's 80GB USB 'pocket drive' Video
ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind goes to a preshow called "CES Unveiled" and checks out some new products, including a remote-controlled helicopter from Interactive Toys, a 7-inch digital frame from Parrot, and a 1 terabyte hard drive from Hitachi.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind looks at the successor to Samsung's popular Q1 ultra mobile PC. The UMPC boasts faster boot times and much improved shock resistance, thanks to its solid-state flash memory-based hard drive.
ZDNet executive editor David Berlind talks with Netgear vice president of marketing Vivek Pathela about the company's latest network-attached storage appliance. For more on Berlind's take on it, click here.
ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind talks to Samsung's senior manager\r\nfor plasma TV marketing, Bill Dickey, about the company's new FPT 5094\r\n50-inch wireless flat-panel TV. The package includes an audio and video\r\nreceiver that transmits information to the plasma display. The\r\ntelevision is due out in October with a retail price of $4,500.
At CES 2007, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind talks to OQO CEO Jory Bell about his company's latest ultra mobile PC. The new device runs Vista, has a 1.5 Ghz processor, 1 GB of RAM and costs a little under $2000.
ZDNet executive editor David Berlind talks to Cisco vice president for mobility solutions Alan Cohen about the company's latest announcement for the retail VoIP market. To read more about Berlind's take on Cisco's push-to-talk VoIP, click here.
ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind talks to Samsung's manager of HDTV\r\nproduct planning, Dan Schinasi, about the company's new 3D HD\r\nrear-projection television. To enable 3D content on the TV, users will\r\nneed Samsung proprietary software, a PC, a DVI card and 3D glasses.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, CNET'S Brian Cooley checks out Samsung's new IT Cam Gadget, a pocket-size camcorder with a hard drive and MPEG-4.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind speaks to Synaptics' Sr. Director Mariel van Tatenhove about the company's innovative touch screen concept phone.
This Oqo runs Windows XP and boasts full computer functionality. In a May interview, Oqo's chief technology officer, Jonathan Betts LaCroix, gives ZDNet's David Berlind a demonstration of the pocket-size PC.\r\n