CES 2007 Summary (Nyquist)

Andrew @ Nyquist’s CES summary. Good Stuff ( as usual ). Looks like he’s created a place holder for future posts as well. I’m in total agreement with his point 8. Home networks are becoming complex and difficult to manage. I posted my home network challenges the other day. I would rephrase point 7. to read Carriers are “attempting to” take control of networking hardware in the home.

— iain — full post follows ————————————

CES 2007 Summary: “

My notes from CES are so long that it just doesn’t make sense to put them into a single blog post. Here is a quick snapshot summary.

  1. LCD has won, Plasma Displays are dead.
  2. LCD Supply Chain gaining importance as product is commoditized.
  3. HDMI is everywhere but a war may be brewing.
  4. 802.11n is now prime time.
  5. Consumer VoIP is everywhere.
  6. Mobile Phone User Interfaces Suck.
  7. Carriers are taking control of the networking hardware in the home.
  8. Home networks are becoming complex and difficult to manage.
  9. Blu-Ray’vs. HD-DVD is Stalemated
  10. Sony OLED Technology is Incredible
  11. IPTV Choices are Proliferating
  12. The Bloghaus re-invented the concept of Press Room

(Via Nyquist Capital.)

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