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.
An avalanche of e-books
A slew of new e-book readers (including the much anticipated Plastic Logic Que and iRiver Story), plus Amazon's announcement of a global Kindle DX and the unveiling of Microsoft-centric Blio software for graphics-heavy content, were the major symptoms of e-book fever at CES.
If the makers can get the prices down, e-books could really go mass market.
Revolutionary car tech
Ford's upcoming MyFord Touch dashboard has proven one thing. The auto giant has realised that cars needn't lag woefully behind the rest of the technology world.
MyFord, which will appear in the 2011 Ford Edge, can connect to the internet with a USB modem, play gobs of media, and, in the future, let you operate mobile apps from the dashboard or by voice.
It could be the greatest in-car innovation since the auxiliary port.
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