As anticipated throughout 2010, this year's conference is inundated with tablets. Although we've seen a few too many unimaginative clones, many new slates have intriguing attributes. Some carry a sliding hardware keyboard, others run Android 3.0 Honeycomb, at least one packs two 14-inch touchscreens, and they're all begging for a place in your life.
Despite the overwhelming presence of tablets at CES, there have been plenty of other announcements: Microsoft confirmed it's working on ARM compatibility for Windows, Intel and AMD officially welcomed their new Sandy Bridge and Fusion processors, OCZ launched some fierce SSDs, and Razer showed a portable gaming prototype with LCD keys.
Without dragging this on, we want to ask what you found most exciting about this year's CES? We've embedded a poll below with a handful of noteworthy announcements, but we've excluded most tablets because the list would simply be too long. If a particular product caught your attention and it's not on the list, feel free to share it in the comments.