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26 products to watch in 2010

The gadgets and gizmos that caught our eye at CES

From genuine 3D technology to slick new e-readers, these products are the best of the crop from this year's International Consumer Electronics show. Get all CES news here.

Full-featured pocket megazooms

Sony's 10x-optical-zoom Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V shoots 1080i video and offers GPS capabilities, a digital compass, a revamped Sweep Panorama mode, and wireless file sharing via TransferJet.

Casio's 10x-optical-zoom EX-FH100 has a rapid-fire mode that snaps 40 shots per second and shoots RAW-format images.

And Samsung's 7x-optical-zoom CL80 has an AMOLED touchscreen, Wi-Fi connectivity, and an innovative design.
Tim Moynihan

A mighty mini

The business-oriented HP Mini 5102 builds on the company's netbook line-up by adding a capacitive-multitouch display that makes flipping though documents or managing images more intuitive on such a small PC.

It comes in AMD and Intel versions and offers options for 3G and WiMax connectivity as well.
Robert Strohmeyer

NEXT PAGE: E-reader done right

  1. The gadgets and gizmos that caught our eye
  2. Full-featured pocket megazooms
  3. E-reader done right
  4. An avalanche of e-books
  5. Boxee gets boxed
  6. A media streamer in zen clothing
  7. Internet radio revived
  8. Double displays
  9. Stalking the wild gadget
  10. Behind the tablet craze
  11. A pocket-sized printer
  12. Sony (finally!) Says hello to SD cards
  13. The need for speed


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