^M00:00:01 [ Music ] ^M00:00:04 >> Hey, I'm Tom Merritt, CES 2010 taking a look at the Kodak Slice, Touch Screen. It's a 14 mega pixel camera, it does HD video at 720P, but the cool thing is, the interface on the back. This is a color touch screen interface, so you can just move through all of your photos. It has 2 gigabytes of onboard storage, you can put an SD card if you want to store more, swap things in and out. But the idea is if you can get, like five thousand pictures on here, and just carry them around with you, take more as you want, and if you want to share them, they have a share button, here, it does have to be hooked up to your computer and running the Kodak software, but then you share to things like Flicker, Face Book, and their Kodak Gallery, all right from the phone. Uh, and otherwise, it works like a Kodak camera, it takes pictures, uh, it's got a 5X zoom optical image stabilization. Nice Schneider-Kreuznach lens. So, the big thing here, is the touch screen and the ability to use that to look through and share your photos Show them to other people. They say it will run about three hundred forty nine, ninety nine and be available in April, in three colors, nickel, black, and radish, which is some kind of purplish color, uh, we are expecting. Once again, it's the Kodak Slice, Touch Screen at CES 2010, I'm Tom Merritt. [ Music ] ^M00:01:19
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