The Best of CES 2011

Here's what we loved at this year's CES show.

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Intel's WiDi Does Audio



Logitech announced a WiDi speaker adapter that uses technology from Ozmo Devices to let you play laptop audio over external speakers. You'll need a laptop with a current Intel chip to support WiDi (Intel Wireless Display technology), but the adapter—which you can connect either to speakers or to a receiver via either RCA or 3.5mm jack cables—will cost only US$30. That's a lot cheaper than a Sonos system, assuming it works. — Yardena Arar

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