CES 2012

ASUS Eee Pad 7-inch tablet official, quad-core and ICS for only $249

Live at the NVIDIA CES 2012 Press Event today we saw plenty of the ASUS Transformer Prime, and also a newbie to the market that as far as we know will be called the ASUS Eee Pad MeMO. Not only is the Prime the first official (as in Google Official) Ice Cream Sandwich tablet, but ASUS will also have the first 7" ICS tablet too.

Pantech Element AT&T LTE tablet hands-on

This week we've been running around like zombies at CES but today we took a minute to sit down with Pantech and their new AT&T 4G LTE tablet and smartphone. The Pantech Element is an 8" waterproof tablet that will be taking a quick dunk in some ice water, then check out the full specs below.

CES 2012: We’re here in Viva Las Vegas!

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.

Toshiba Excite X10 Hands-On

This is undoubtedly Toshiba's best tablet to date, and has a great thin form factor. There was no lag while operating the device on the showroom floor, but there weren't many strenuous programs preloaded on it to give it a true test. It comes in at .3 inches thin with an aluminum backing, and is running Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) - it will be updated to Android 4.0 after release. We saw earlier that the Excite X10 had a generous 10.1" 1280x800 display, 1GB RAM, and ran over a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor. There is both a 5MP rear camera, and a 1.3MP front facing video cam. As you can see, it runs perfectly smooth in the demo, so the final model will likely be even better. It will launch at $529.99 for the 16GB, and a definite release date is not yet determined. Until now, Toshiba's tablets haven't been quite eye-friendly. But if this new style continues and they drop the price a little bit, they could have a great selling product. [gallery]

Lenovo IdeaTab S2 10 and S2 smartphone debut

Lenovo has launched a new Android slate and handset duo, the Lenovo IdeaTab S2 10 tablet and S2 smartphone, running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread respectively, at CES today. The S2 10 is the more interesting of the two, pairing Android 4.0 with Lenovo's own Mondrian UI on a dual-core Snapdragon 8960 processor.

Lenovo K91 puts ICS on a Smart TV

Lenovo has unveiled a new, Android-powered smart TV at CES today, the K91, running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and delivering tech specs we'd more expect to find on a smartphone. The K91 smart TV has a dual-core Snapdragon 8060 processor and a 5-megapixel camera in the bezel, above a 55-inch 3D-capable 240Hz HD IPS LCD display.

Navigate through CES with Google Maps

We were just messing around with Google Maps here at CES, and realized the entire CES complex is mapped in - booth to booth! For those of you that are going to be here at the show, there isn't a better way to navigate your way around. Sure, you could pick up a map - but then you'd have to find a place to pick it up. Let's just stick to Google Maps.

Rockchip plans $100 ICS tablet reveal at CES

We've seen tablets claiming to be "$100" before, but this one might actually make good on that promise. Rockchip, an increasingly notable Chinese chip manufacturer, was the first to show off Ice Cream Sandwich running on tablet hardware way back in November. Now TabTimes reports that the company's hardware will be powering dozens of tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show,  including at least one that's slated for a rock-bottom MSRP of $100.

Sony Ericsson drops another Xperia phone teaser ahead of CES

Lucky number three. Today Sony Ericsson has posted their third teaser image sporting what looks to be the new Sony Ericsson Xperia flagship smartphone they'll be unveiling at CES. If all of the previous rumors and leaks turn out to be accurate this will be the Xperia Arc HD (aka Nozomi) -- but we could also be seeing multiple new devices from Sony at this years show as this new image looks different than the Nozomi.
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