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From the floor: Comdex tech gadgets

A cell phone married to a PDA? How about a video camera that connects wirelessly to the Internet? Check out some of the gadgets on the show floor at Comdex.

A cell phone married to a PDA? How about a video camera that connects wirelessly to the Internet? At Comdex Fall 2001, CNET correspondents Hari Sreenivasan and Melissa Francis check out some of the new products making their way down the technology pipeline.

 

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The world's smallest digital camera?
So says Olympus, as the Camedia D-40 Zoom is about as large as a deck of playing cards and can fit in your shirt pocket.

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Cyberpen, cyberpaper?
Anoto technology lets you write a message on "special" paper, transmit that message via a cell phone and read it as e-mail on a PC.

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A mechanical pup with personality
Pound dogs just not cool enough? Try Sony's latest breed, the Aibo ERS-220. For a mere $1,500, this dog won't fetch the paper, but he will read you your e-mail.

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Turning on to flat-panel monitors
Silver and sleek, the Samsung Sync Master 171MP is a preview of monitors to come. But at $1,399 for a 17-inch screen, will consumers go for it?

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Sony says plasma is picture perfect
Are you a couch potato who needs the very latest in TV technology? For $6,000, you can watch your soaps on Sony's plasma flat-panel TV.

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Tech takes on multiple shapes
The Origami Mobile Communicator from National Semi can do a few tricks. Fold it one way, it's a video camera. Fold it another way, it's a video conference station.

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E-mail, phone calls anywhere
It's a PDA...no, it's a cell phone. Handspring's Treo, priced at $399, is a handheld organizer that doubles as a phone and fits right in your pocket.

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iMove captures pictures on the road
Ricoh's new digital camera uses 802.11 wireless technology and a mini-Web server to shuttle photos between a home office and a worker in the field, for example.

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Cell phone, meet handheld
Finnish phone maker Nokia says the Nokia 9290 Communicator is the next step in convergence devices, but will corporate users dial in to the concept?

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Send the shot to grandma wirelessly
Sony's upcoming networked handicam uses Bluetooth technology to connect to the Internet, uploading that great picture of your vacation to family and friends.