International CES Ever Ignites Industry Optimism
Industry Executives Explore 1.25
Million Net Square Feet of the
Latest and Greatest Consumer Technology
in the World and the
StudioClub.com was right there
with them day and night...
Las Vegas, Nev., January
12, 2003 - The 2003 International CES truly lived up to the
label of world's largest consumer
technology tradeshow with 116,687 upbeat attendees
experiencing the excitement, products
and technology provided by
2,283 exhibitors in
1.25 million net square feet of
entertainment is now and the future. HDTV and the
are going to be brought into the homes of millions
people and they will be setting in front of their MEDIA
more than any other place that they spend
other than time at work and sleep. DVD players were
and many of the talks were about the end of
Philips, Sony and all the big companies
there with their new systems to bring entertainment to
future HOME THEATERS and HOME ENTERTAINMENT
in the homes of the world.
Flat screen and home entertainment
the hallmark of the CES happening
Portable and wireless devices were
on all the floors with products
MP3 players and protable DVDs.
Free Stereo Headphones, Digital
and personal robot systems were
by many companies at the show.
THERE WERE EXHIBITORS IN WIRELESS
COMMUNICATIONS, GAMING, DIGITAL
VIDEO, HIG-END OR EXTREME AUDIO,
ACCESSORIES, CE FASHION, CONSUMER
TECHNOLOGY, BROADBAND, MOBIL
ELECTRONICS, CONTENT MEDIA AND
NEW BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY.
We had a blast
at CES....love the
"With attendees flocking to CES from
128 countries, this show has indeed become the World Cup of
Technology. The 2003 International CES
marked a key turning point for the consumer electronics
industry. It was a break-through jump start
for the new year that will send the industry on a major
upswing," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the
Consumer Electronics Assoc. (CEA),
the producer of the International CES.
Sirius Satellite Radio showed off a new Kenwood
car stereo that doubles as a mobile video system,
capable of receiving satellite-beamed video as
well as radio broadcasts. XM and Delphi showcased
the new SkyFi Radio. Garmin International
launched its next-generation handheld that allows users to
chart a course to anyone in their computerized
address book and provides vocal turn-by-turn
directions to the destination. And, Archos
introduced its modular Video A140, a 40-GB hard drive
media player that plays and records MP3,
MPEG-4 video and JPEG images.
Whether it was audio, video, home entertainment,
mobile electronics or home networking, products on the CES floor were digital,
small, efficient and more affordable to meet the demands of today's consumer.