Reviewed.com Daily CES Roundup: Thursday

A roundup of the best stories and most interesting products from Thursday at CES.

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This week Reviewed.com is at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, bringing you all of the most important and exciting developments in technology. Here's a roundup of what we covered on Thursday.

A first look at Sony's new projector Handycam

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We called it a gimmick and we thought it was a temporary fad, but against our predictions, Sony seems fully committed to built-in projectors on camcorders. Nearly all the upgrades on the new PJ790V will support or enhance the built-in projector. Read More

Upscaling might be 4K's savior

Sharp has partnered with I-cubed Research Center Inc. to develop the Integrative Cognitive Creation engine. The goal is to produce a UHD TV with an upscaling process so powerful that the lack of native 4K content won't dissuade consumers from making a purchase. Read More

When it comes to washers, there's no place like America

Whenever we talk with appliance manufacturers from Asia and Europe, we're always asked the same question: "Why do Americans want such freakishly large washing machines?" In the world of laundry, the space race is on. Read More

Reviewed.com's first impressions of Sennheiser's IE 800 headphones

Sennheiser's latest in-ear headphones are wildly impractical and, in some ways, just marvelous. They may be brilliantly engineered, but have some durability concerns. Read More

A first look at the Nikon 1 S1 digital camera

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The Nikon 1 system has already gone through three generations in the scant year and four months since its September 2011 debut. The S1 is the new entry-level model, and gives prospective owners a new, more accessible entry price, while boasting a competitive feature set. Read More

Whirlpool designs the kitchen of the future

Whirlpool’s CES booth featured a look far into the future of appliances, where the company attempts to reinvent cooking and refrigeration—without traditional ovens and refrigerators. The result: a completely deconstructed system for cooking and storing food that we hope will get all appliance manufacturers to rethink kitchen design. Read More

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