CES 2010 marked another milestone week for us, with the announcements of our next generation Tegra processor, 3D Vision Surround, Optimus and a major technological partnership with Audi…just to name a few.
If you weren’t at the show, below is a look back at our CES coverage, from start to finish. You can also check out our pictures from CES on Flickr. We’d also like to give a special thanks to former BusinessWeek columnist, Steve Wildstrom, for contributing his CES observations to the blog.
- Optimus Primer – Rene Haas gives us a preview of a new NVIDIA technology.
- ION @CES – Want to know what ION-powered products we showed at our booth?
- Wildstrom @ CES: CES Netbooks – New Chips, Better Video – Steve Wildstrom talks netbooks and their future.
- Surround Yourself with NVIDIA 3D Vision Technology – Now you can play on three 3D displays simultaneously for an even more immersive experience.
- NVIDIA CES Press Conference – Liveblog – You can read the complete play-by-play of the press conference here, see photos, or you can also check out the videocast.
- Tune Into Internet TV With the NVIDIA Tegra-Powered Boxee Box by D-Link – This award winning Internet TV device is powered by the brand new next generation Tegra processor.
- Wildstrom @ CES: Smartbooks, Tablets Challenge the Netbook – Wildstrom examines the 2010 outlook for smartbooks and tablets.
- How Silicon Valley Innovations Improve Driving Safety – Audi and NVIDIA are working together to bring new technology to the automotive industry.
- Wildstrom @ CES: E-readers and Low-Power Displays – From the Que to the Nook, Wildstrom reviews the popular e-reader category.
- Wildstrom @ CES: Time To Reduce Set Top Box Clutter – More technology has led to more clutter. So, what’s the solution?
- Wildstrom @ CES: Ready or Not, Here Comes 3D TV – 3D was a major CES buzzword, including 3D on home televisions.
- Wildstrom @ CES: Wrapping It Up—The Tech World Finds Its Groove – Wildstrom recaps the 3 most popular technologies he saw at CES, calling this the year that CES “got some of its old mojo back.”
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