Asus is showing this 9" e-reader that uses SiPix and comes with a pretty cool capacitative touch screen for navigation, text input and more. It will come in WiFi and GSM versions.
This is a 7" Windows CE tablet, but with a very interesting user interface, comes with GPS, HDMI output, based on a Telechips processor that playsback 1080p video, is based on Windows CE that I think is made to look like Android.
It runs Google Android, it's the first Android based Laptop that also come with a swivel touch screen for full Android tablet form factor. It also comes with cool gaming controls on each side of the screen. It uses an ARM11 processor, has 2 hour battery runtime, built-in mini-jack to composite tv output, and a pretty well integrated mousepad build quality. You can find more information at http://mag-digital.com
A.C.Ryan PlayOn! HD media players are on the market and new cheap ones are being introduced such as the PlayOn!HD Mini with MSRP 99€, you can connect any USB hard drive and the Ethernet to play most video formats up to 1080p high profile at full bitrates. The PlayOn!HD is already on the market and comes barebones for MSRP 149€ to insert any 3.5" hard drive inside for storage. The new PlayOn!HD DVR also records two DVB-T channels at the same time up to 1080i each, and can record PAL resolution from the composite inputs in Mpeg2 9.8mbit/s formats. Those recordings can then be played back on the device or streamed over the Internet.
Chinfai, distributed by http://leicke.de in Europe, sells this rollable Bluetooth keyboard which I am testing with my Archos 5 Internet Tablet in this video. It seems to work great.
Here's a 30€ wireless Wiimote charger. It uses induction charging and a special battery pack for two wiimotes.
Here's probably one of the first 720p camcorders with a built-in projector. With this you can take some cool videos and project them directly on any white wall to show friends and family, pretty cool.
Aiptek is showing the latest generation of their pico projectors. You can see my popular video of their previous generation of pico projectors that I filmed at IFA 2008: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4-BkGQ2YGI
Aiptek is showing probably one of the cheapest 3D camcorders on the market so far. It films 3D at VGA resolution, to then watch on any TV using polarized auto-shutter 3D glasses (or however they are called).
Hanvon is working on a 8" and 9" e-reader prototypes to be released once the software and the screen are stable and mass produced.