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Best Enabling Technology: Nvidia Ion Platform
Best of 2009 CES

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Best Enabling Technology

Nvidia Ion Platform

Nvidia’s Ion platform, which combines its GeForce 9400 GPU with the Intel Atom CPU, enables the smallest laptops to play full 1080p high definition video, run all of Windows Vista features and even run Call of Duty 4 at a decent frame rate. Nvidia also claims it delivers ten times the current graphics performance of Atom's current chipset and can perform as well as a Intel Centrino 2 platform.

Pretty lofty claim, right? We thought so too until we saw Nvidia's Pico ITX Reference PC, that is was no bigger than a router, run Call of Duty 4 and a high defitnion video without a hiccup on a large TV.  Touted as having minimal affect on battery life we are counting the days until a netbook vendor pairs the new enabling technology with the current Atom platform to create netbooks that can handle it all.

Read more »  Nvidia Goes Netbooks: Releases Ion Graphics Platform for Intel Atom 



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Best of 2009 CES


Best Notebook: HP Pavilion dv2

The Pavilion dv2 is the first of its kind.
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Best Netbook/Mini-Notebook: Sony VAIO P Series

The Sony VAIO P is a potentially ground-breaking system.
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Best Software: Phoenix Hyperspace

With Phoenix Technology’s new Hyperspace Instant-On OS, there's no more waiting for your computer to wake up.
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Best Cell Phone Accessory: Powermat

This is way more effcient than plugging your gadgets into a wall.
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Best Camera: Casio Exilim EX-FC100

The Casio Exilim EX-FC100 stood out thanks to a trio of innovative features.
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Best Camcorder: Panasonic SDR-S26

Thanks to 70X optical zoom, this camcorder was unforgettable.
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Best Storage: Linksys by Cisco Media Hub

Cisco's Media Hub makes it easier to create a home network with attached storage.
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Best Notebook Accessory: D-Link SideStage

No one's attempted a product like this before.
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Best Portable A/V: Sony X-Series Walkman

This is the device we’ve been waiting for.
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Best Projector: Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector

The pico-projector party is getting pretty crowded but the Samsung MBP200 Pico Projector is more than just another attendee.
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Best Cell Phone: Palm Pre

Palm's new user interface is beautifully executed on this stunning handset.
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Best GPS Unit: TomTom Go 740 Live

The TomTom Go 740 Live is a fully connected GPS.
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Best Wi-Fi Tech: Wireless Intel My WiFi

My WiFi lets you connect directly to wireless printers, or interact with wireless devices like your Zune, all through an 802.11 b/g connection.
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Best Wireless Entertainment: Slacker For BlackBerry

Slacker, the popular internet radio device and application, is now available on BlackBerry.
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