CES is just days away, and tech companies are champing at the bit to reveal their gadget goodies ahead of the huge Las Vegas expo. Samsung was first out of the gate with its new HMX-Q10 camcorder, which is light, ultra-portable, and comes stocked with some great features.
The tiny Q10 can shoot 1080i HD video and has a flip-open 2.7mm touchscreen that holds all of the controls. Best part is, that little touchscreen control panel is always oriented right-side up, so lefties can flip the camcorder upside down and still see what they're doing. Other features include 4.9MP stills, expandable SDHC memory card, and up to 34 hours of filming time, which makes it perfect for travelers, soccer moms, and vloggers alike. Set for a February 2011 release, expect to throw down $300 for this compact camcorder.