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Odds & Ends: CES Day One


Each year, CES provides us with some of the most groundbreaking technology we have ever seen. Revolutionary gadgets that completely change the way we work, play, interact and live. Truly the world’s most amazing playground for grownups, here are a few of the coolest (although maybe not the most revolutionary) things we’ve seen on day one of CES 2012.

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Parrot AR Drone 2.0
The AR Drone 2.0, a remote controlled helicopter that's controlled by your iOS or Android device, features two cameras that record 720p video at 30fps. Simply download the helicopter's app on your device, and you can compete against your friends in augmented-reality races in the sky. The AR Drone 2.0 will be available Q2 2012.


Tailgater by DISH Network
Remember when tailgating consisted of a tiny grill and a radio? We do. And those were some dark, dark days. But not anymore! Thanks to the DISH Network Tailgater, you can now watch HD content as you cook your hamburgers.

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Corning Gorilla Glass 2
Gorilla Glass is fantastic. About as damage-resistant as screens come, Gorilla Glass has set the standard for strength in glass covers. And now, Corning has announced that Gorilla Glass 2 is 20 percent thinner than before, and hasn't lost any of its muscle in the process.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Art
The Samsung Galaxy Tab: e-reader, multimedia device, all-around great tablet, and now ... virtual canvas. Artists take to the touchscreen as they create portraits on day one at CES.

Todd Traylor, Vice President, Global Trading
Written on Tuesday, 10 January 2012 16:26 by Todd Traylor, Vice President, Global Trading

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