LAS VEGAS - The big sellers this past holidays season are showing an even stronger presence at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. Aside from the usual menu of home theatre items dominated by a growing interest in plasma and LCD television technology, not to mention shrinking price tags, smaller, more portable devices are also impacting the popular wireless landscape, with several partnerships also ushering in even more products that crossover technology categories over all.
Olympus announced three new digital cameras, including the pocket-sized Olympus D-425 with "One Touch" configuration, and individual buttons for shooting, reviewing and deleting images.
"The D-425 was developed with the first time digital camera user in mind. Every feature was designed for simplicity and ease of use," said Naoki Tai, product manager, Olympus Imaging America Inc. "In fact, with the aid of the built-in help guide to explain the various functions, first-time digital camera users will be able to start shooting immediately with virtually no learning curve."