GADGETS

Monday, January 09, 2006

CES NOTE : GADGETS FOR USE IN SEA AND SKY













The Consumer Electronics Show that concluded Sunday in Las Vegas is noted for celebrity appearances: Tom Cruise, Robin Williams and Stevie Wonder were among big names on hand. But the real stars are new products, some more unconventional than others and some from lesser-known brands. A sampling:

Southern California newcomer ED Digital unveiled what it claims will be the first high-definition networked LCD televisions capable of making nice with Microsoft Windows Media Connect technology.

Sold under the Digitrex brand, the TVs have built-in Wi-Fi and an Ethernet port. You could be sitting in the living room taking in movies, home videos, pictures and music on the TV, even though all the content resides on a Windows XP-based computer elsewhere in the house.

The Digitrex TV is PlaysForSure-ready, meaning it can handle songs you've downloaded through such Microsoft-sanctioned subscription services as Napster, as well as high-definition movies fetched from the likes of CinemaNow.



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