DailyTech takes a look back at some of the best, the most overblown and worst highlights from CES 2010, you can read it over here. The site was pleasantly surprised by in-car infotainment and mobile graphics, but isn't too wild about all the 3D screens and tablet PCs.
3D was the buzz word on the tongues of every major LCD screen maker. Even the cabbies were talking about it. However, this colorful fad ultimately seems like another questionable promise from a technology that has been flirted with for decades, but never fully embraced.
The fact of the matter is simple. As wonderful as watching your media of choice -- sports, movies, or pornography -- in 3D might be, it still requires you to put on goofy glasses. Outside the movie theater, this has never caught on in the past (despite repeated attempts), and it seems unlikely to now. Can you imagine a bunch of guys sitting down to watch a football game, and the party host saying, "Wait! We've all got to put on our 3D glasses!"?