Intel introduced their tablet-laptop hybrid Haswell-line prototype in the CES last January. It is closing to its official release but before it happens, we give you some of its features that makes it stand out in the competition.
Named as the “North Cape”, this interesting tablet-laptop device boasts a nice screen that fits on what you need and how you intend to use your device. So basically, when you remove that screen in the body of the laptop or the keyboard dock, it automatically changes the screen size from 13.3 inches down to 11.6 inches, a . . . → Read More: Haswell Tablet-Laptop Hybrid “North Cape” Boasts Smart Frame
A picture apparently exhibiting ASUS‘ 7-inch Eee Pad tablet, allegedly set to launch at CES 2012 in a few days, has appeared, together with ideas that the scaled-down slate can borrow the removable battery-keyboard form-factor from the Transformer Prime. The picture, captured by NotebookItalia, reveals a machine quite definitely in step with the Prime’s aesthetic, and much different from what we have witnessed from the Eee Pad MeMo also anticipated within this month.
Nonetheless, it is uncertain whether ASUS promises to bring 2 units [the 7-inch tablet and 7-inch MeMo] to CES, or whether or not . . . → Read More: Photos of 7-inch Eee Pad Tablet Leaks
The choice of flat-panel TVs for years have been between lcd and plasma. Next year, there will be another option, well for all those willing to shell out big.
LG Electronics states it is preparing to promote a 55-inch set based upon pure OLEDS or light-emitting diodes. The company is set to exhibit it off in the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which will start on Jan. 10.
LG’s Korean rival, Samsung Electronics Co., will likely expose a market-ready OLED TV in the exhibit, as outlined by 3 people who have information . . . → Read More: OLED TV’s will be the Next Option This Year
For the January 2010 show of the Consumer Electronic Show, the 140,000-figure is 10 percent over the 126,000 attendees. CES is the largest technology trade show in the world. It is a big guide for the health of the $900 billion-plus tech financial system and it recommends the most excellent sight into the upcoming of tech devices and services approaching in the New Year.
With the larger multitude moved toward logistical afflictions. Everyone protested concerning how it was harder to obtain about the show. The wireless networks went losing. At my hotel, the wireless not at . . . → Read More: Over 140, 000 Guests Goes to Vegas for Jam-Packed CES