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More New Products Introduced During CES
Part II of our live coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show

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Kodak's new Zx1 digital video camera.
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SanDisk's Senior VP and GM of the company's SSD division holds one of the new SSD (solid state drives) launched here at CES during a press conference on Thursday.
Photo by Diane Berkenfeld

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Smartparts launched two portable digital viewers. One holds up to 50 images, the other up to 100.
Photo by Diane Berkenfeld

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One of the new camera backpacks introduced here at CES by Norazza.
Photo by Diane Berkenfeld

Smartparts introduced new digital frames in a range of sizes that offer connectivity to the internet, making it easy for consumers to "push" new digital images to the frames they may have given to their non-tech savvy parents or grandparents as a gift. Smartparts also introduced two small portable digital viewers, one with the capacity to hold 50 images, the other with the capacity to hold up to 100 digital pictures.

Bogen Imaging showed a variety of new products here at CES. The company distributes Gitzo and Manfrotto tripods and monopods. The company also brought new National Geographic brand camera bags and backpacks here to Las Vegas, as well as the Kata line of camera bags.