Best new electronics for 2010- Hot and Cool!
Some of the best, new high-tech electronics will be cheaper and more abundant during this 2010 holiday recession for both kids and adults.
The forefront of high end-tech toys are the new 3D capable TVs, 3D Blu-ray players and game motion sensors. 3D home entertainment may help revive the slumping electronics industry.
Some brand new, hot electronic toys this Christmas shopping season include electronics such as mini digital cameras from Toys"R"Us. See Toys"R"Us complete 2010 Hot Holiday Toys list.
Phone apps make cheap electronic gadgets
Apps extend the functionality of a smart phone. Use an app to turn your iPhone, iPad, Android into tens of thousands of "extendable" electronic products that once cost hundreds of dollars if bought separately.
Need a shortwave, police, fire or international radio? There's free and cheap apps for that. Need a remote control or remote security camera? There's dozens of apps for that. Turn your mobile device into new and creative electronic products- a GPS, metal detector, pedometer or video camera. See our RSS feed of top free US iPhone apps.
$99 Apple TV and Google TV start the online rental wars
Streaming video over the Internet to a HD TV is an alternative to cable and satellite subscriptions. Instead of paying a hefty monthly fee of TV shows you never watch, the new delivery method relies on renting, not owning, shows and movies.
The new streaming video services also tie in Netflix and the major TV networks who provide their content on rental rather than subscription, like Cox, Dish or Comcast, users pick and choose on demand shows to watch. Read about the new Apple TV.
Gaming motion sensors bring virtual reality closer
Gaming takes on a sesnory dimension this year with two new gaming sensors from Microsoft for the Xbox 360 and Sony's Move sensor for the PlayStation.
The Kinect for Xbox 360 brings gaming to life in extraordinary new ways with no controller required. Players simply step in front of the sensor and Kinect recognizes and responds to their gestures.
This sysem has full-body tracking allows the Kinect sensor to capture movement from head-to-toe, immersing them in the experience. If players see a ball on the screen, they can kick it just like in real life. Batteries are not required. The Kinect for Xbox 360 is available beginning November 4, 2010 and retails for $149.99. Read more about the Kinect Sensor for Xbox 360 from Toys"R"Us or from Best Buy
Now gamers can use physical actions to interact with PlayStation® 3 video games when they use the new PlayStation Move motion control gaming system that combines a controller and motion tracking camera to replicate even the slightest real life move on-screen. Packaged with Sports Champions, players can immerse themselves in Disc Golf, Gladiator Duel, Beach Volleyball, Archery, Table Tennis and Bocce, while their movements and speed offer ultimate control over how they play the game.
Sony calls the PlayStation(r)Move the world's most accurate motion gaming experience. The PlayStation(r)Move Bundle contains everything needed to move into the game
The PlayStation Move Bundle features: Active, social and fun for everyone Accessible and easy to control The most immersive gaming experience ever Diverse library of genres and gameplay PlayStation(r)Move Bundle contains the PlayStation(r)Move motion controller, PlayStation(r)EyeCamera and Sports Champions Blu-ray disc. Bundle Includes: Playstation(r)Move Motion Controller PlayStation(r)Eye Camera Sports Champions Blu-Ray disc. No batteries required. Rated “E 10+” for 10 years and up. Retail prices start at $99. See more about the PlayStation Move Bundle for Sony PS3 from Toys"R"Us or from Best Buy.
3D Entertainment at home now more afforable
High-end technical gadgets for home entertainment are dropping in price. The cost for new HDTV's with 3D capability have dropped hundreds of dollars since their release in early 2010. 3D Blu-ray players are ready for the onslaught of upcoming 3D movies. While 3D gaming is gaining traction, game developers are taling advantage of new sensory-touch technology embedded into new gaming systems.
Apple developing 3D remote
Apple is developing a 3D gaming controller for Apple TV, according to reports on AppleInsider and nacnn.com. Continue reading...
Computer and Video Games Top Holiday Wish Lists
Forty-two percent of American adults plan to give or hope to receive a computer or video game this holiday season, according to a new report released today by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). The poll, conducted by KRC Research, also found that 52 percent of respondents believe that with the current economy, video games are a good option for family entertainment this holiday season. Continue reading about computer and video games for this holiday season.
Turn your monitor into 3D using WiiRemote
Make a head tracking device at home using a Wii remote controller and IR LED's. Simple instructions. Also, Apple to develop a 3D remote for Apple TV. Watch a video how to make your TV 3D with instructions.
Hot new toys for 2010
The Toy Industry Association holds its annual Toy Fair '10 conference in New York City from February 14-17, 2010. The Toy Fair is where members of the toy industry gathers each year to showcase new and upcoming toys for the year. Some of those toys become the year's hit Christmas toy. Hot new toy lists for 2010 will be posted in late fall. Find the upcoming best, new toys for 2010
New electronics for the 2010 holidays
Holiday toy season online deals
Links to Top Electronics for 2010
Official links to special discounts on web sites of the most popular toy stores on the Internet that are anticipated for Christmas and Channukah 2010. These web sites are approved affiliates of Entertainment Magazine (EMOL.org)