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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.

A media streamer in zen clothing

It's called the Pebble and it looks like a polished rock, but its heritage is pure geek.

D-Link's newest media streamer lets you play video, still photos, and music from your home network or connected devices - and it can even show feeds from a networked security camera.

It's due out by midyear.
Yardena Arar

A Set-top box that pops

Syabas, makers of the Popcorn Hour network video player, recently unveiled the Popbox.

This new home media player features 20 media partners, including Blip.TV (for video content), Twitter (for social viewing), and Clicker (for locating premium video from all over the internet).

Lots of these network video players are showing up now, but Popbox seems to have perfected the interface: It's nice to look at, intuitive, and easily searchable, which is more than I can say for some other entrants in this market.
Mark Sullivan

NEXT PAGE: Internet radio revived

  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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