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My top 5 Tech gadgets at CES International 2009

The 2009 International CES was underway this week between 9th Jan to 11th Jan in Las Vegas. now in its 42nd year, is the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow with 2,700 exhibitors covering 1.6 million square feet of exhibit space in Las Vegas.

However it seems this year show organizers tried to hide the recession mood. Here's an quick update my top 5 picks from the show.

Sony CyberShot G3
The new CyberShot G3 is the world’s first camera with wi-fi + a built in browser. So if you just can’t wait to upload your video clips to YouTube or photos to Flickr or PhotoBucket, you can login right from the LCD screen on your CyberShot G3 and upload your heart out. more details here

New Canon VIXIA HD Video Cameras
Surely a couple of the new Canon VIXIA HD flash memory Canon camcorders will make it underwater later this year. The HF S100 and HF S10 seem to cater to the budget-minded pros and high end amateurs while the HF200 and HF20 have fewer new features but are still a step up from their previous line. more details here

Eye-Fi Video Card
The Eye-Fi Video Card! Though this product is still in the process of development, the crowd at CES felt deserved to be The winner of the Last Gadget Standing competition. An SD card with Wi-Fi built-in, this product lets you send both images and video from your digital camera. more details here

emWave PSR
The emWave PSR is an affordable, portable biofeedback tool. Made by HeartMath, it is an effective and convenient way to reduce stress, balance emotions, and increase performance. The emWave PSR uses colorful LED displays, audio feedback, and a powerful stress-relief technique to help you relax and increase your feelings of well-being. It features four challenge levels, adjustable brightness, adjustable audio-feedback levels, Advanced user mode, The Coherence Coach CD, and is available in silver or metallic blue.

Motorola MotoZine ZN5
A 5-megapixel camera phone with autofocus, flash, 350MB of on-board and 4GB expandable memory, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more. The MotoZine ZN5 is built to let you take pictures and upload them instantly to the web via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or MMS. The phone also features a 3.5mm headset jack, FM Radio, and a TV out.

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George said…
Tech gadgets like video cameras would catch the lively moments of our life.
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