Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
CES only begins tomorrow officially, but we've got plenty of hard hitting updates from several press conferences and events. One of those is a sneak peek of a tablet using NVIDIA's Tegra 3 ARM-based processor, but running Windows 8. Check it out!
LG has announced a number of key updates to their home entertainment line-up for 2012, mainly for their Cinema 3D TV range. Among them are an improved version of its Magic Remote, a couple of stylish 3D glasses, and new Smart TV features with Intel's WiDi technology.
At CES 2012, Samsung announces its first 55-inch Super OLED TV and its flagship LED TV, the Samsung UNES8000. Both devices will have a wide range of content to explore via its TV apps platform, Samsung Apps.
Sony has unveiled three new Cyber-shot camera models, the DSC-W610, DSC-W620 and DSC-W650. These Cyber-shot compact cameras feature Sony's new 360 degrees Sweep Panorama mode, which allows for capture of seamless 360 degree panoramic images of the surrounding landscape with one easy "press and sweep" motion.
Nokia and AT&T announced the Nokia Lumia 900 - the first from Nokia's range of mobile phones running on the Windows Phone system - at the 2012 CES.
The 2012 lineup includes the first ever folding surge protector, cable replacement clips, slim folding travel converters, and more.
Panasonic announces a string of products including the 16.1-megapixel DMC-S5 and 14.1-megapixel DMC-S2, the Full HD video recording DMC-S27 with 14.1-megapixel MOS sensor and HD video recording DMC-SZ1 with 16.1-megapixel CCD sensor, plus four conversion lenses for the Lumix G system cameras.
Built to withstand rough handling and compatible with all USB ports, it comes in multiple color options and is ideal for storing music, videos, school projects, or photos.
Olympus announces five new digital compact cameras; three high-zoom models, a rugged compact and an entry-level compact.
We've been promised some very exciting form factors thanks to the flexibility of Ultrabooks coupled with Windows 8, and the appropriately named Lenovo Ideapad Yoga is one such Ultrabook. This spiffy little form-bender flexes to become a tablet in one moment and then a notebook the next moment.