I'm Natali Morris.
You're watching CNET's coverage of CES 2011.
I'm wearing Liquid Image goggles.
What this do is take video of what you see as you're doing your extreme sports in 1080p so that's high-definition video.
Now, these are the Impact and these are the Summit versions.
They cost about $399.
We've seen these before, but we haven't seen them in 1080.
We've seen them just in 1020.
Now, they also take still-image photos at 12 megapixels so that's kind of a cool thing.
And also, they just look super awesome.
So, these come out in October; and again, these are the Liquid Image goggles.
I'm Natali Morris for CNET.
You're watching our coverage at CES 2011.
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