Microsoft’s Robbie Bach has announced on CES 2009 that Halo Wars will be available as a demo download on February 2; the final version will be released on February 28. Halo Odst, a first person shooter, will be released later this year.
Samsung will soon reveal their 1.5 inch thin blu-ray player at CES 2009 on Wednesday. So we will not only see thin LCD display on the event but also thin devices and players.
Lenova is aiming squarely at Apple’s iMac by announcing the IdeaCenter A600 All-in-One Desktop PC. The IdeaCentre A600 features a 21.5-inch frameless screen with 16:9 aspect ratio, 1920×1080p Full HD resolution, Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs, optional ATI Radeon graphics, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and an up to 1TB hard drive. This PC also has facial recognition technology, and a motion sensitive remote control that can also be used as a VOIP handset.
The IdeaCenter A600 will set you back at a starting price tag of $999 and Lenovo will start selling this in April. Full press release after the jump.
LG Electronics will soon reveal a line of broadband high definition televisions that can directly receive Internet video in addition to satellite and cable signals. This new line of HDTV from LG will cost around $300 more than comparable models without Internet access.
The LG Broadband HDTV will stream 12,000 videos from Netflix’s Watch Instantly library without an external box. This HDTV will be show case by LG at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2009) in Las Vegas this week.