3 Technologies that are going to be popular in 2010 Buzz this

Posted by Prasada Martala Jan 4, 2010

2010 is going to be an eventful year for Consumer Electronic manufacturers, Technology companies and consumers alike. January is here and we are already busy waiting for announcements from Google, Apple and all those companies that are ready to showcase their best products/concepts in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Rumored Apple tablet (called iSlate) as usual has been drawing lot of attention, while Google Phone is scheduled to be announced tomorrow. Below is a list of 3 technologies that we are going to read, tweet about and eventually would like to own in 2010.

1. 3D TV:  Avatar made us like the 3D technology so much that we might actually be willing to pay little bit premium to experience 3D on small screen sooner rather than later. Number of TV Manufacturers including Sony, Samsung and JVC have partnered with RealD 3D to produce 3D TVs. Many of these manufacturers are scheduled to unveil 3D TVs in the upcoming CES in Las Vegas. Direct TV and UK's Sky are reportedly planning to broadcast a collection of Movies, TV shows and sports in 3D in 2010.

Apple iSlate Tablet
2. Tablet PCs : Well received touch-screen technology, more 3G internet coverage, affordable solid state memory and the app ecosystem are few reasons why everyone thinks the market is ready for a tablet computer now. Blogosphere is ripe with rumors and speculations about the Apple Tablet. According to the latest blog grapevine, Apple's tablet is going to sport a 7.1 inch multi-touch display with finger print resistant coating, 2.26 GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 120 GB hard drive, 2 GB RAM, built-in iSight camera and projector. While Apple's tablet is expected to be announced on Jan 27, few manufacturers are planning to announce their Tablet variants earlier in CES. Notable among them is a tablet from an Indian tech startup - Notion Ink - which has been getting good press recently. Other tablets expected to be announced in CES include ASUS' Eee Pad, Google branded tablet from manufacturer HTC, Microsoft's Courier, Lenovo's "smartbook" and a tablet from Freescale semiconductors. There is no doubt that 2010 is going to bring Tablet close to consumers and if released, Apple's iSlate is going to be the first in list.

3. Controller Free gaming : If delivered as shown in demos, controller-free gaming is going to take gaming to the next level in terms of how we approach and interact with objects and other participants during the game. Microsoft's project Natal promises to let consumers play games using body gestures. The device uses 3D depth camera and microphones to recognize players movements and voice for controlling what is on the screen. Natal can recognize player's face and automatically log them into their Xbox profile. Project Natal control free gaming is expected to be released in late 2010.

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