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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.

Double displays

Multitouch displays emerged on all sorts of devices at CES this year, but MSI raised the bar by putting multiple multitouch screens on one netbook.

MSI's dual-display Windows 7-based netbook prototype isn't yet in production, and no possible release dates or prices have been announced.

But with 7 and 10in versions letting you drag, swipe, and tap across two screens at once, these keyboardless folding tablets are a killer combination of compact portability and large-screen usability.
Robert Strohmeyer

Old-school gaming, anywhere

Here's my nerdy secret: On long flights, I've been known to bust out a wired Xbox 360 controller and play classic video games on my laptop.

Ion's GoPad makes more sense; this NES-like controller folds into a palm-size cube and has a retractable USB cable.
Jared Newman

NEXT PAGE: Stalking the wild gadget

  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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