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post #1 of 2 Old 01-20-2011, 10:09 AM - Thread Starter
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3 Technologies from CES
Will 2011 be the Year of the Connected Home?

Author: Tom Abell


CES was a great experience for me this year, being the first opportunity I've had in over 3 years to go because of my deployment to Iraq. The energy of the show felt entirely upbeat and positive, full of optimism for this New Year and the new technologies that will literally dominate our lives.

With such an abundance of amazing technological innovation happening all around us, I find it hard to believe that anyone can not be absolutely thrilled about the direction we are moving! So with that, I'd like to present a few of the technologies that I feel are going to be major influencers around our homes this year.

One thing is for sure: the idea of the Connected Home is still very real to a lot of people and more importantly, to a lot of manufacturers. We have only touched the tip of the iceberg, in my opinion, of where these new technologies can take our home entertainment experience. There are far too many fresh technologies coming out of CES that are geared toward creating or enhancing the Connected Home to give much credence to NY Times columnist David Pogue when he says For the 417th straight C.E.S., the industry trotted out yet another vision of the Connected Home (your appliances, home theater and other gadgets all on a big network). And for the 417th straight year, nobody in Americaland will have any interest.. Sorry, David, I just don't buy that.

Read the complete article at HomeToys.com
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look's like more hyperbowl of the newest tech pieces we all can't afford with further concepts of what's been in the industry for over 10 years in many cases..

the article has some nice incites though doesn't say to much in the details..
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