Ces 2012 articles

TechSpot CES 2012 in Pictures: Part 2

As a follow-up to last week's CES special feature and coverage, here are more of the products we observed and played with, along with photos taken during our journey to the event. As you've surely noticed, mobile tech consumed the event with seemingly every major company unveiling smartphones, tablets or ultrabooks. Nonetheless, we managed to lay hands on plenty of awesome PC hardware from the likes of Samsung, Silverstone, MSI, Razer, Roccat, Toshiba, Gigabyte and more...

New keyboards toggle between your computer and iDevice

Although there are plenty of third-party keyboards available for your iPhone or iPad, most conflict with Apple's minimalist philosophy. Folks who require a full size keyboard for their mobile iDevice must clutter their workspace with a second keyboard alongside their…

Samsung demos transparent smart window prototype

Samsung showed off its transparent display technology at last week's Consumer Electronics Show, demonstrating its potential use as replacement for actual windows at people's homes. The CES 2012 innovation award winner Samsung Smart Window is essentially a 46-inch LCD, only…

Dell to relaunch consumer tablet push in late 2012

Back in December, Dell quietly discontinued their Streak 7 tablet from the U.S. market only a few months after the 5-inch variant suffered the same fate. The company was quick to point out that the Streak 10 Pro is available…

TechSpot CES 2012 in Pictures: Part 1

The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show kicked off this week in Las Vegas and we've been hard at work bringing you the most prominent product launches and announcements through our daily news stream.

We've also been on the showfloor and attending several media events to get a sneak peak at some of the hottest tech gear heading to consumers this year. As it's become tradition, here's our own take on CES, in pictures...

Nintendo shows off new Wii U at CES

Nintendo of America is giving attendees at this year’s Consumer Electronics show some hands on time with their new gaming console, the Nintendo Wii U. The new console was first shown last summer at E3 and should be available to…

Qualcomm wants its chips in ultraportable notebooks

As Intel tries to enter the smartphone space with its Medfield Atom SoCs, Qualcomm will reportedly attempt to capture some of x86's territory. Currently in over 300 devices and shipping soon in about 350 more, Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets have long…

Simple.TV is a next-gen DVR for the cord-cutting crowd

This year's CES certainly has no shortage of content providers competing for the attention of those in attendance. Among companies such as Amazon, Netflix, and Hulu Plus stands one manufacturer that is guaranteed to have the focus of consumers. The…

Sony keeps Google TV candle burning, shows off two new models

Sony has been a supporter of Google TV since its inception. Despite the platform's very limited success so far, the Japanese electronics firm is taking another swing at CES with two new Google TV powered devices announced at the show. The…