CES 2011 CoverageBosco - January 7, 2011
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LG is more than just displays. First up was its network storage solution, the S1T1. What's unique about the S1T1 is that it can auto or pre-convert video files for streaming to your smart device — or "steaming" if you go by what LG wrote. Oops!
Next up were its 2.5" external hard drives, available in three models, the HXD3, HXD5 and HXD7. The HXD3 features USB 3.0, while the other two are USB 2.0.
We hope you stuck with us so far because we saved the best for last — yes, we're evil like that. LG unveiled the LSM-100, which at first glance may look like your standard mouse. But flip it over and you see it's quite different. That's because it's actually a scanning mouse. The speed at which it scans was fairly remarkable, but what was most remarkable was that it even recognized text, which when pasted into Word, could then be edited like you typed it yourself.