CES

ZTE launches WiFi-only version of portable wireless projector

At CES last year, ZTE displayed a curious gadget that was a combination of a WiFi hotspot and a portable video projector. That device got launched in July 2014 as the ZTE LivePRO. Early this year, we’re seeing a new device along these lines – mostly the same functions but without the hotspot capability – and ZTE is calling it the ZTE SPRO, a portable WiFi-connected Android-based wireless projector.

Acer announces biggest Chromebook with 15-inch display, Core i3

Acer, which says it has 40% of the market in the Chromebook segment, has announced that they are releasing the world's biggest Chromebook (so far). The Chromebook 15 not only boasts of a 15.6-inch display, a huge leap from the previous largest 13-inch device, but is also the first of its kind to run on Intel's newest processor, the 5th generation Core i3.

NVIDIA Tegra X1 kicks off CES 2015 with 64-bit mobile superchip

Although underestimated and unappreciated, NVIDIA's Tegra K1 wow'ed many because of its gaming and graphics chops. If you're one of those who have drooled over the chip, found particularly inside of NVIDIA's own SHIELD Portable and Tablet gaming devices, then the company's newest chip unveiled here at CES 2015 might pretty much flood your floor. Utilizing the latest Maxwell GPU architecture, the new Tegra X1 boasts of the what's what of mobile chips, including an 8-core setup and a 64-bit architecture that might give Apple's A8X or Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 a run for their money.

Archos opens CES 2015 with midrange 4G smartphone, tablets

CES 2015 is arguably the biggest consumer tech show of the year, and it’s going to start rocking in Las Vegas in around a day or so. Archos, a device manufacturer known for their mid-tier and entry level devices, is hyping up their stint at CES 2015 with two new 4G devices with mid-tier prices but robust specs.

Alcatel OneTouch announces affordable Watch series

Are you looking forward to exploring what smartwatches are capable of doing for your digital life but get turned off by the price tags attached to these wearables? Alcatel OneTouch believes that there are a lot of you out there and want to create a new market segment: "the affordable smartwatch". Simply called Watch, the new device series from the Chinese OEM will deliver the basic functions of a smartwatch, but at a much lower price than its competitors.

Alcatel PIXI 3 phones come with Android, Windows, or Firefox

Alcatel OneTouch, the smartphone brand for Hong Kong-based TCL Communications, has announced at CES 2015 their newest innovative offering, the Pixi 3 series. Aside from being colorful and affordable for the masses, this new smartphone line offers something other brands haven't brought (yet): a device that is platform-agnostic and can run on Android, Firefox OS and Windows. It will also be able to give users 4G LTE Connectivity (well, at least 3 out of 4).

LG G Flex 2 tipped to launch at CES 2015

It's hard to believe, but we are only a month away from the annual CES show in Las Vegas where hoards of new gadgets and electronics launch each year. With the show so close, the rumors are swirling about what products we may see at the show. One of the rumors says that LG will launch the G Flex 2 at CES 2015 next month.
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