It's that time of the year again folks. That time is CES, a week-long journey with an overload of electronics, and a lack of sleep. For those that aren't too familiar this is the largest event around, the Consumer Electronics Show 2012! For everyone waiting to see the next great Tegra 3 quad-core powered tablet and everything else CES has to offer don't worry, our entire team is here live to capture it all.
Before I mention a few thoughts on what we might see this week, I'll start by listing where you can see any and all coverage at it comes in. For starters don't forget to bookmark our Android Community CES coverage link -- the CES 2012 Portal. Next, our sister site SlashGear is rocking out with us too (Hangover style), and all their coverage will also be available at the SlashGear CES 2012 Portal.
What will we see this year? Well that is anyone's guess although we do have a few ideas and information that we can't yet reveal. What we do know is this will be the year of the Android tablet assault. If you thought there was too many last year, be prepared to see a whole lot more. Obviously there will be things like that 150" LED TV last year, refrigerators with LED screens playing Netflix on the front, and all those other crazy futuristic things. When we aren't enjoying the toys we'll update you with anything and all things Android.
From the various tips and leaks we already have a pretty great idea of a few big items we can plan on seeing. Read our What to Expect from CES 2012 post to find out more. From NVIDIA quad-core tablets (and superphones) to an abundance of sub $200 dollar Android tablets -- hopefully mostly running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
For those waiting to get the Samsung Galaxy Note here in the US, most likely AT&T will be announcing that this week, as well as Verizon finally taking the lid off of their Motorola DROID 4. Sony Ericsson has been dropping hints all week about their upcoming flagship device for Android too so stay tuned for that.
I'm also excited to see more about Corning's Gorilla Glass 2, Qualcomm's Snapdragon Gamecommand for Android and more. For now we'll leave you with those few teasers and suggest you check back soon, and often for more information and plenty of pictures.
One more time, follow our Android Community CES 2012 Portal for the latest and greatest from Android and CES.