The 2004 International Consumer Electronics Show is going on now in Las Vegas. This is one of the largest tradeshows in the world and numerous companies are taking the opportunity to introduce new handheld-related products.
Though the show started on Wednesday night, many companies made their announcements a bit early, so as to not get lost in the rush. There’s already been the announcement of a new Pocket PC, a new Wi-Fi SD card, and several Bluetooth-enabled peripherals.
Brighthand will offer continuous coverage of CES for the rest of the week.
- Toshiba Develops Faster SD Cards — Jan 12
- OQO Makes Bid for Vaporware Hall of Fame — Jan 9
- SanDisk Announces 2 GB Memory Stick — Jan 9
- SyChip Exhibiting New Low Power Wi-Fi SD Card — Jan 8
- SanDisk 1 GB SD Cards Coming Later this Month — Jan 8
- Audiovox Announces Cellular-Wireless Pocket PC — Jan 7
- Socket Announces Portable Bluetooth Modem — Jan 7
- First SPOT Watches Now Available — Jan 7
- Bluetooth Stowaway Keyboard Coming in Late May — Jan 6
- Ecer Technologies Develops TiltCONTROL Motion Sensor — Jan 13
- The Number of Bluetooth Printer Adapters Grows — Jan 12
- Microsoft Chairman Demos Smart Watches — Jan 7
- Buy Music for Your Palm from Real’s New Store — Jan 7