The Consumer Electronics Show 2009 is on in Las Vegas and CNET has been covering the new products on its website.
Among the announcements are the CES are
BlackBerry Curve 8900 availability from T-Mobile
The light-weight device includes Bluetooth, GPS and WiFi capabilities but lacks 3G. It has a 3.2MP camera and supports microSD/SDHC cards of up to 16GB.
Asus Eee PC T91 announced
The Asus Eee PC T91 features a GPS receiver, TV tuner, and an FM transmitter mated with a 9-inch display, Windows XP and Intel's Atom processor.
HP Pavilion DV2 - the AMD Neo Debut
Hewlett-Packard brings about a new genre of portable computers, somewhere between netbooks and notebooks. This may be just another marketing gimmick to add a larger screen to a netbook, but it gives choice to the consumer and that's what the CES hopes to achieve.