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Wii Fit Plus Takes Japan By Storm

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Taking up herewith Japanese Electronics Trend News by Media in last week.
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Interested in "Wii Fit Plus Takes Japan By Storm", "Japan's tech titans ready for 3D tussle " and etc.
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Oct 11 Ceatec Sees Big Drop in Visitors (PC World)
 The number of visitors to Ceatec, Japan's largest consumer electronics exhibition, fell by roughly a quarter compared to last year, organizers said on Sunday. The show, which ran from Tuesday to Saturday, attracted 150,302 people to Makuhari Messe convention center in Chiba, near Tokyo. That's down 24 percent from 196,630 people in 2008. The figures count daily attendance, so some people, such as exhibitors and media, are counted for each day they attend.
Oct 09 Wii Fit Plus Takes Japan By Storm (Kotaku)
 The release of Wii Fit Plus has been met with open arms in Japan. The newest Balance Board-powered fitness game from the house of smiles sold more than 340,000 copies in its first week on sale. It was a good week for Nintendo platforms, with Level 5�s soccer RPG sequel Inazuma Eleven 2 scoring the second place spot, an impressive 280,000-plus copies moved week one.
Oct 08 Japan's tech titans ready for 3D tussle (AFP)
 Japan's high-tech giants are gearing up for a new battle over 3D televisions offering images that jump out of the screen, but some experts doubt they will be the next big thing. Electronics makers such as Sony, Panasonic and Toshiba hope three dimensional movies will make the leap from the big screen into the home with cutting edge flat televisions on show this week at a trade fair east of Tokyo. Panasonic unveiled a 50-inch plasma 3D television that it aims to start selling in the United States early next year, followed later by other markets.
Oct 07 Japan's mobile phones get cooler (Forbes)
 Gadgetmakers here are going in two directions at once as they design mobile phones: handsets that do everything, and phones that do just one thing really well. The newest Japanese phones on display at the big CEATEC tech trade show reveal handset manufacturers' dual strategy. For instance, Sharp is exhibiting the Aquos Shot camera phone, with a 10 megapixel camera and a host of high-end features for the serious photographer. Why carry a separate digital camera? But elsewhere on the show floor, manufacturers' booths are teeming with phones so smart they ought to have Ph.D. degrees.
Oct 07 Kohjinsha's doublewide laptop display (CNET)
 This otherwise run-of-the-mill laptop from local PC purveyor Kohjinsha has not one, but two widescreen displays. One of the 10.1-inch screens actually slides behind the other, so it's able to be closed like a normal laptop. When they slideout they form an admittedly odd-looking, but useful dual display setup. Also inside the laptop: a 1.6 Ghz AMD Athlon Neo-MV40, 4GB of memory, Bluetooth, a TV tuner, and a biometric fingerprint reader.
Oct 07 Gearing up for a Windows update (Japan Times)
 Sony's new CMT-E350HD music system boasts a 160-gigabyte internal hard drive for storing digital music, enough to store a stack of audio libraries, and is the latest swipe in the company's rivalry with Apple. The CMT-E350HD has left out an iPod dock in preference for a WM-PORT, which in effect is a dock just for Walkmans.
Oct 07 Battle over 3-D TVs steals the show (Japan Times)
 CEATEC, Japan's biggest information technology and electronics fair, opened Tuesday as competition for next-generation televisions using three-dimensional technology heats up amid the global economic downturn. While the annual show has focused in recent years on technological advances in making flat-panel TVs ever thinner, attention this year will be on products that can bring the 3-D technology from cinemas into homes, as promised by both Sony Corp. and Panasonic Corp.
Oct 06 What To Expect From Sony At CEATEC Japan 2009 (sonyinsider.com)
 Sony will be presenting its latest, industry leading digital AV products and technologies at "CEATEC JAPAN 2009", to be held at Makuhari Messe convention center, Chiba city from October 6th to 10th. Sony's booth will consist of four themes: "3D entertainment", "Network Field", "Display Technology", and "Ecology". Sony will be exhibiting a range of products and services that deliver new user experiences, in addition to advanced technologies that have both been adopted in products, and others with high potential for use in future products.
Oct 05 Toshiba Shows First TV Based on Cell Chip (PC World)
 Hoping to set itself apart from other television makers, Toshiba will soon put on sale in Japan the first television based on the powerful Cell multimedia processor, the same chip that's used in the PlayStation 3. The Cell Regza TV boasts several advanced features including the ability to simultaneously record eight high-definition channels. The TV represents more than the culmination of four years of research and development. No other company has yet talked about putting such powerful processing inside a TV and Toshiba is betting that the functions enabled by the inclusion of the Cell give it an edge in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
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By J.S. on Oct 16, 2009
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