The eagerly-awaited Consumer Electronics Show opens in Las Vegas Thursday, with an estimated 120,000 people selling or buying the coolest new gadgets around. More than 2,000 companies will be displaying more than 20,000 products.
The key question: Which will catch on?
Tech guru Katie Linendoll offered a sneak peek on "The Early Show" Wednesday. She's also a paid spokesperson for Polaroid and Lincoln cars.
Complete Coverage: CES 2011
She showcased these offerings (for details on them, click on the video beneath the last of the items):
Panasonic 55" VT30
About $2800, Available Spring 2011
HD 3D, Plasma with internet connection
Asus Eee Slate
$999 and up, Available late January
Windows Tablet PC
LG Mobile DTV
Less than $200, Available 2012
Glasses-Free 3D Tablet TV
Built with Segway technology, this is the "car of the future"
$99, Available Spring
Electronic building blocks for ages 3+
$29, Available Spring
Pairs with tablet to make a coloring book, "virtual coloring book"
All-Purpose Massager by Oregon Scientific
$69.99, Available TBD
Neck and back massager
$849, Available Pre-Order
nPowerPEG, Personal Energy Generator
$159, Available Now
Power hand-held devices with your movement
$99, Available Now
Digital Bluetooth meat thermometer syncs to your iPhone or iPad
AOC Breeze Tablet Computer
$179, Available Now
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