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Scoping Out 3 Million Square Feet Of Tech Heaven

January 18, 2004

By Alex L. Goldfayn

LAS VEGAS -- Picture the size and scope of the Chicago Auto Show and you're only a fraction of the way to understanding the enormity of the annual four-day International Consumer Electronics Show, which ended here last week.

Occupying a mind-boggling 3 million square feet of show space (think: approximately 70 football fields), it's the largest, loudest, most highly hyped annual trade event in the United States, with more than 120,000 attendees, 2,300 exhibitors and an international media horde of 4,000 scurrying to make sense of it all.


Here is what made sense to us. Unlike so many other "introductions" of products that are merely slight improvements over previous versions, these five new devices are groundbreaking in their engineering and, in some cases, revolutionary in lifestyle results.

The Wurlitzer Digital Jukebox

One of the biggest splashes at this year's CES was a product called the Wurlitzer Digital Jukebox, manufactured by Washington, D.C.-based Gibson Audio. This digitally enhanced jukebox can store and play as many as 1,000 compact discs on its internal hard drive.

The Wurlitzer is reminiscent of jukeboxes from years past but is definitely part of the 21st Century Home-Tech Design Club and comes with a remote control device with a digital color screen.

The large version, which features a 145-watt speaker system and storage space for 1,000 CDs, is 58 inches tall and 15 inches wide. It will retail for about $1,800.

The smaller, tabletop version (about $900) includes a 70-watt speaker system and stores 500 CDs. It's 11 inches tall and 15 inches wide.

The Wurlitzer connects to the Internet so you can download (and pay for, of course) additional music, and it features a CD writer so you can create your own custom mixes. You also can transfer music directly to a portable MP3 player.

This modern music must-have will be available in late summer. For more information and to find out which stores that will be carrying the Wurlitzer Digital Jukebox, call Gibson customer service at 800-444-2766 or visit its Web site at www.gibsonaudio.com.

Motorola's VT 1000 Voice Terminal

Interested in saving money on your phone bill? Consider the rapidly maturing voice-over IP technology, which connects your phone to the Internet rather than a phone line.

You will need a piece of hardware like Schaumburg-based Motorola's new VT 1000 Voice Terminal to plug into your high-speed (cable modem or DSL) Internet connection and your telephone. An Internet phone service provider is used to make and receive phone calls (it replaces your current phone company -- and the accompanying bill).

You can get this Internet phone service from your local Best Buy store through a company called Vonage. For $35 per month, you get unlimited local and national phone calls, plus remarkably low international rates (4 to 8 cents per minute to most countries). Motorola's Voice Terminal -- which is all the hardware you will need if you already have a broadband Internet connection -- comes free with the Vonage service contract.

Contact Vonage at 866-243-4357 or visit www.vonage.com; for information on the VT 1000 Voice Terminal, visit www.motorola.com or call Motorola at 877-466-8646.

Shure QuietSpotHeadset for mobile phones

Niles-based Shure Inc. is continuing its parade of audio products with its QuietSpot cell phone headset (about $50).

What makes it stand out from the hundreds of other headsets on the market? It features a noise-canceling earpiece that actually expands in your ear to drown out other sound. And while the earpiece delivers crisp audio, you speak into a noise-canceling Shure microphone which ensures your voice is crystal clear on the other end.

For more information, call Shure at 800-25-SHURE (800-257-4873) or visit www.shure.com.

LG Electronics' 60-inch high-definition television

No report covering CES would be complete without including a sexy television.

Flat-screen televisions were everywhere at the show -- probably more than 10,000 of them -- but it was a rear-projection TV that stood out above the crowd. This 60-inch wide-screen high-definition TV from South Korean-based LG Electronics Co. features a high-definition digital recorder, which is fancy tech-speak for built-in Tivolike functionality. An interactive guide lets you select what you want to record on an internal hard drive that stores up to 20 hours of high-definition programming. And its built-in high-definition tuner means you won't have to invest in a separate set-top to receive the signal.

This unit makes its debut in stores mid-year and will sell for about $5,000. For additional information, call 800-243-0000 or visit us.lge.com.

Motorola Home Monitoring and Control System

This do-it-yourself home security system from Schaumburg-based Motorola makes use of digital cameras, sensors and the Internet to give you peace-of-mind that your home and the people in it are safe and sound.

Simply position the digital video cameras (which come in wired and wireless versions) in front of doors and windows, install the included software, and your computer will e-mail you with photo and/or video attachments at regular intervals. Also, temperature and water sensors trigger e-mail alerts if measurements reach a pre-determined point.

The Home Monitoring HM1000 starter kit (includes a digital video camera, hardware interface and software) will sell for about $300 when it makes its debut in the spring. Additional cameras and sensors can be purchased as needed.

For more information, visit www.motorola.com or call Motorola at 877-466-8646.



 
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