CES 2010: Technofile's cool tech picks

I don't know about you, but I'm glad CES 2010 is behind us. As exciting as it was, after a while the announcements just started to blur together until everything seemed to be a 3D tablet e-reader. I'm not sure I want to put on a pair of glasses every time I sit down to watch tv, and I have no idea how the market will support so many e-readers. Tablets I'm a bit more excited about, but let's see some more shipping products and then we can talk.

I did see a few geeky cool gadgets amidst all of the coverage and wanted to share them, just in case you missed them.

First up is Light Blue Optic's Light Touch. This device projects a 'touch sensitive' display on any surface (it uses an infrared camera to track finger movement). You can use it as a projector, but it has its own Windows Mobile based OS and can be used as a personal media player, social networking device and even for some light gaming. This is a case where a video is worth 1,000 words:

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