It's not a DSLR, it's not a digicam, what is it? I dunno, it's thin though and the quality of the pictures should be fine but there seems to only be the live view LCD viewfinder.
It records a stereo image in VGA resolution. Put on your 3D glasses and click on following link to see the actual 3D video as filmed using this camera:
Nikon coolpix 1000pj shown at IFA 2009, it has got a built-in projector!
This is a 5" E-Ink reader, an awesome design and a cool user interface, it's got also accelerometers so you can tilt the screen to read it both vertically and horizontally.
The 1080p projectors are getting really affordable. This one has 2000 ANSI lumen, 40'000 contrast ratio, HDMI and Component input (of course).
Here's Huawei's first Android phone sold exclusively on T-Mobile in the markets that T-Mobile is selling in. It has a decent 3.5" 320x240 touchscreen.
It runs Maemo 0.9 embedded Linux on a Marvell ARM processor. It has 4GB built-in flash memory with MicroSD memory expansion slot. Integrated 3G, WiFi on a nice 800x480 4.3" touchscreen. It's part of the big embedded Linux push by China Telecom to bring more functional smart mobile devices in the hands of Chinese people and ready to export worldwide. Stephen Kwan, Director of http://www.chinaoptima.com shows us the product.
4.8" 800x480 Android Tablet with built-in GPS, 8GB flash storage, it can playback video formats up to D1 resolution, it has WiFi built-in as well, 3G could be built-in as well "in the next 3 months". Philip Zhou, Overseas Sales Manager at http://www.smit.com.cn shows it to us in this video.
They are not announcing any price at this moment, I am guessing that this Android MID could be sold for cheap, around or less than 200 dollars.
Scroll forward to 4min in the video for a review of the Sony NWZ-X1050 oled walkman. Sony is going to sell only 1000 pieces on the German market, probably it's because the oled screen is hard and complicated to manufacture at this moment.
Sony has a pretty huge impressive booth, kind of like typical for Sony. They must be spending millions of euros on this interior design thing, unless they re-use lights and stuff at each conference. Anyways, the Sony hall is big and fun.
Here's a Sony alternative to the Flip camera craze. Unlike the flip, this camera actually flips so that you can also film yourself while you can look at the LCD if your makeup is okay. It records in 1440x1080 at around 6mbit/s according to my calculations.