CES Photos: Mobile Video, Moving Pictures

Video on the go requires some high-powered handsets and a finely tuned network. Or a car with a huge trunk

January 12, 2009

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Service providers are pushing the three-screen agenda, remember? Now that we've given you a glimpse of the future of TV (See CES Photos: TV 2010), here's a short slideshow about watching video on the go. The show was littered with screens -- all video-capable, and mostly the kind you won't find in someone's livingroom.

You'll Flip Photos by Dan Diaz/Filmsight. The captions are not his fault.

— Phil Harvey, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

You'll FlipTranslucent flip phones just might be the perfect form factor for video on the go. Share Something SmallTaiwanese manufacturer Kinyo will start selling this pocket projector
for smartphones and iPods this spring. EternityThis new Samsung video phone, Eternity (no relation to the cologne),
certainly attracted a lot of ink over the past week. Nokia's N96If it weren't for the iPhone, this would be the first thing we think of when people say 'mobile video.' Taking Video in the BootI can't count the number of times I've wanted to pull over and watch TV in my trunk. Fix Or Repair DailyHere is Ford's version of a three-screen future. Rinse, RepeatOn this mobile phone, we find a video of a guy watching video on his mobile phone.
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