The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off January 7 in Las Vegas. The 20,000 new products featured in the show include e-readers, new 3D gadgets, tablet computers, Google’s Nexus One phone, and a whole lot more.
If you want to get the scoop on new products as they appear, sync up with one of the websites below. They offer real-time, in-depth CES coverage via liveblogs, Twitter, streaming video, and RSS feeds. Many add analysis, commentary, and leaks to round out your remote CES experience. Happy vicarious exploring!
CES’ official blog partner delivers detailed, quality coverage of the conference as it unfolds. Look for an excellent liveblog and product descriptions by journalists who know what they’re talking about.
Besides real-time news updates, PC Mag has tantalizing sections for 15 categories of product, ranging from green technology to storage devices. You can also navigate to news, keynote speeches, and product reviews in this complete website.
A high volume of blog posts by a large staff give you an instant, real-time blog fix as to what’s going on at CES. Their cultural coverage adds a fun element to frequent real-time updates and streaming videos.
CNET’s coverage comes with the usual real-time bells and whistles, with the added bonus of coverage by CNET TV. Look for quality streaming coverage as well as news updates.
ZDNET’s coverage comes with frequent updates, but it’s the analysis that is most valuable here. Look for in-depth commentary on what products discovered at CES mean, and why they matter.