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BDT270 Smart Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player Features 4K Up-Scaling LAS VEGAS, Jan.
Supports 4K and High Dynamic Range Marking a Major Advance in Picture Quality Over Current Blu-ray Disc(TM) Players OSAKA, Japan, Jan.
RUEIL MALMAISON, France, January 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CES 2015: Sagemcom unveils its new product range, from OneBox and Advanced 4K STB to next-gen residential gateways,
New Heart Rate Monitor Devices Offer Performance-Accurate Heart Rate While Tracking Calories, Distance, Speed and Pace LAS VEGAS, Jan.
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- SuperD Technology Co. Ltd. (SuperD) today unveiled its exciting new line of glasses-free 3D solutions in Las Vegas at CES 2015.
First to Bring 4K OLED to Market, LG Aims to Make OLED a Household Word LAS VEGAS, Jan.
Available at major retailers, including Best Buy, Walmart and Amazon, HD Radio receivers for Consumers in Every Environment from the Car to the Home and On-the-Go LAS VEGAS, Jan.
Four Innovative Sengled Products - Pulse, Boost and Snap - Now on Display at CES Booth #70840 and at ShowStoppers Table F6 LAS VEGAS, Jan.
JBL GO offers excellent sound with the highest quality of components LAS VEGAS, Jan.
Debut of Trainer by Gibson health-focused brand at CES 2015 LAS VEGAS, Jan.
The Magnavox Odyssey 2 is a video game console released in 1978 by Magnavox/Philips. It was sold under many different names -- in Europe it was known as the Philips Videopac G7000, in Brazil as the Philips Odyssey, in the United States as the Magnavox Odyssey 2 and also as the Philips Odyssey 2. The original system, the Odyssey, produced by Magnavox, was the first video game system released in the early 1970s. The Odyssey 2 was noted for its ability to customize the game for the...
The Magnavox Odyssey was the first home video console produced in the world. It was manufactured by Magnavox and released in August 1972. The unit was discontinued in 1975 with a total of 330,000 systems sold. Its successor was the Magnavox Odyssey 2. A working prototype of the console was finished in 1968, known as the brown box. This prototype is displayed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History located in Washington D.C.. The Odyssey connected to a...
The Kobo Touch is an eReader device produced by Kobo Inc., from China, revealed on May 23, 2011, and released in the U.S. on June 10, 2011. It is the third generation eReader from Kobo, and contained improvements from the previous versions. The Kobo Touch included 15 free previews of select books instead of 100 public domain books that were included on the previous versions. Other improvements were an E Ink pearl screen, faster CPU, and it was smaller and lighter. The display is a six-inch...
The Digital Reader 1000 (DR1000) was produced by iRex Technologies in the Netherlands and released on September 22, 2008. The DR1000 is an e-Book reading device made in three versions: the DR1000 does not have a touchscreen; DR1000S has a touchscreen; and the DR1000SW has a touchscreen with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Production of this device was discontinued in 2010 when iRex filed for bankruptcy. The unit has a 10.2 inch screen, uses Linux 2.6 operating system, has 128 MB of...
The Nook is a brand of e-reader developed by Barnes & Noble with the original device released in November 2009. It featured both Wi-Fi and AT&T 3G, with a 6 inch display and a smaller touchscreen for data input. Since then there has been multiple versions and upgrades. A Wi-Fi only version released in June 2010 and the Nook color using LCD in November 2010. The second generation Nook was released in June 2011, and in February 2012 an upgrade was released to the Wi-Fi only version....
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