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Cell Phones CEO to Unveil Next-Generation Consumer Electronics from Advanced PCS to Cell Phones at CES 2009 CEO Douglas Krone will be at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show unveiling the latest and greatest technology products. Douglas is available for meetings January 8-11 and will be showing Dynamism’s next-generation ultra-mobile PCs and related consumer electronics. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a time to see these products or would like additional information. We will have a hotel suite at the MGM Grand for meetings/product demos and car service for your transportation. Here is a sampling of what will be showcased:
ASUS R50A — The super small R50A from ASUS is a new UMPC that promises to a host of features, including integrated WWAN, GPS, fingerprint reader, a 5.6″ WSVGA glossy touchscreen, 1 microSD slot, two integrated cameras and Bluetooth. The ASUS R50A runs Windows Vista and is powered by an Intel Atom 1.33 GHz processor, 1GB RAM, and a 32GB solid-state hard drive. $1399

Raon Everun Note – The Everun Note is all keyboard and screen, with no wasted space. The wide 1024×600 7″ touchscreen display has 4-mode rotation for ease of use in any circumstance complemented by an optical nub. Given its small size the 16mm (85% regular size) keyboard is commendable and there is plenty of power with The AMD Turon 64×2 Dual Core 1.2GHz processor. $659.

Gigabyte M912X – Gigabyte’s M912X is a great portable hybrid, with the functions of a tablet PC and the power of a UMPC, priced at just a little bit above a top-end MID. The integrated ExpressCard slot gives you the opportunity to add mobile wireless. The 1280×768 8.9″ touchscreen is great to work with and the integrated webcam makes Skype videoconferencing easy. The 2.86 pound M912X offers a lot of mobile capability at an impressive price. $799.

Panasonic R-Series – The Panasonic R8 is the good-looking, do-anything, go-anywhere, toss it in your bag and know it will be okay notebook, offering an unrivaled 2 pound usability experience with an 8 hour battery life. Its diminutive 9.0(W) x 7.2(L) x 0.9~1.6(H) inch footprint accommodates a 10.4″ XGA TFT and a 17mm keypitch keyboard–giving you a much larger keyboard and screen than anything in its weight class. The Panasonic R8’s design includes a glowing power key, chrome-rimmed circular touch pad, grooved inner surface, and 6 different color options. The R8 withstood 50kg (110 pounds) of weight, as well as a 30cm (11.8 inch) drop, in Panasonic’s lab tests. $1599.

Sony Xperia X1 – Introducing the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1, Sony’s flagship mobile phone/communication and entertainment device. The X1 features an easy to use touch panel interface, the QWERTY keyboard for fast and easy writing, Windows Mobile for easy access to Mobile Office, 400MB internal phone memory, a MicroSD expansion slot, 3.2MP camera, and VGA camera for video calling. With an arc slider design, 3 inch Wide VGA display (800 X 480 resolution) and distinctive metal body, the Sony XPERIA X1 is truly a premium smart phone. $939.99.

Samsung Omnia SGH-i900 – Building on the already-impeccable Samsung Instinct, the Omnia adds features and capabilities that make it the premiere phone on the market at this time. The Samsung Omnia is a full touch screen running Windows Mobile Professional 6.1, an optical mouse nub, Pocket Office and a video-out port for projecting presentations, handwriting recognition, a 5 megapixel camera, EDGE, wifi and Bluetooth. Integrated 16GB storage can be complemented by up to an additional 16GB in the MicroSD and plenty of power to process it, with 128 MB RAM, 256 MB ROM, and a 624MHZ CPU. This is essentially an all-in-one phone for the user that doesn’t want to switch between devices all the time. $699.

Mir:ror – Mir:ror is a simple and elegant device that connects to a computer, recognizes the things you show it and performs the tasks you’ve assigned to them. Simply affix RFID Ztamps to your objects and they become interactive, content rich items. Examples of use are limitless: show your umbrella to a Mir:ror and it will give you weather forecasts; wave your keys on top of Mir:ror and it will send an email to your loved ones saying that you are back home safe; put your pill box on Mir:ror and it will recall you when you last took your medicine! Mir:ror is the first mass market RFID reader with a rich set of applications and services. $69.99.

Tengu – The Tengu is a hilarious USB toy that lip-syncs to ambient sound, designed by the renown U.K. designer Crispin Jones. Change its facial style simply by blowing on Tengu. A great desk accessory silently parroting you while on the phone, singing along to your MP3s, or making you crack up as the boss talks opposite your seat! $49.99.

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