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Tim
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CES Gadgets
Tim   11/10/2011 7:41:28 PM
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There are a lot of gadgets that relate directly to Smartphones.  This is a great marraige of technologies.  Good to see the Smartphone being used for personal health instead of just playing "Angry Birds".

Charles Murray
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CES moving on
Charles Murray   11/10/2011 12:22:00 PM
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Nice to see that CES is moving beyond HDTV and 3D-TV (one year they even had a large area of recliners for watching HDTVs). This is a great collection of innovative products. I want to know how that blast chiller works.

Rob Spiegel
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Nice gadgets
Rob Spiegel   11/10/2011 10:53:11 AM
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Nice set of gadgets, Alex. I remember about 15 years ago at a family runion, my three brothers and I were contemplating technology of the future. We came up with two ideas: systems on cars that would prevent collisions and a cooler that could cool instantly the way microwaves heat instantly.

Looks like the blast chiller is here.

Beth Stackpole
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Just in time for the holidays
Beth Stackpole   11/10/2011 6:40:55 AM
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What a great compilation of fun gear--for engineers and non-engineers alike. I see huge potential for the TailGater and in my house, it's those MOD ski googles that are most-likely candidates for the wish list. Interesting they transmit data to Android phones--no mention of iPhones ... maybe says something about the target audience.

I have a couple of electrical engineering buddies I know would go gaga over the Lutron Home Control system. Personally, the Lytro camera system seems like it could help people like me who are photographically challenged.

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