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.
seen shelves overseas, the US has been ready for it since its initial launch. It seems that time is coming near, because over at CES we've spotted an AT&T branded Galaxy Note poster! It was laying on its side behind a counter, but we've managed to get a sneak shot of it while passing by.
CES Toshiba aims to change that. The Toshiba AT200 (Excite) we've seen plenty of in the past is set to make a big splash this year, coming in as one of the thinnest Android tablets on the street. We are now seeing pictures of a new budget 7" tablet that could be roaming the CES halls.
three different models. Compare that to Samsung, which has 7,8.9, 10.1 and (eventually) 7.7-inch versions available. Rumors of a more portable Asus tablet have been circling for some time, but the first real evidence comes from Notebook Italia, who have what seems to be a press shot for a more travel-friendly model. Taking the tried and true 7-inch form factor, the site claims that it will be strutting its stuff at CES in Las Vegas next week. The image seems legitimate enough: it's using Asus' typical branding and the same homescreen/button/widget combination that they've showed off since the original Transformer. And speaking of Transformer, this possible model probably won't bear that moniker: a data/charging dock on the bottom (like the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab) makes an attachable keyboard very unlikely. It's tough to see in such a small image, but the OS looks like Honeycomb, not Ice Cream Sandwich. As always, temper your hopes - this is just a small image with no real evidence behind it. I could Photoshop (verb) the same thing easily enough out of some original Transformer press shots. That said, a smaller, cheaper tablet makes a lot of sense for Asus, who have generally covered all price points in the laptop market. With the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet making waves at $199 and $249, respectively, a $299 Asus tablet with the same size but better specs would certainly turn some heads. Android Community will be at CES with bells on. We'll be sure to bring you the latest news about this little beauty, if and when it appears. And we'll be keeping a close eye out for the much-anticipated Padfone as well. [via android central]
ending their support for the platform after a massive $100 million loss. But there's a silver lining for fans of Google's red-headed stepchild of an IPTV venture: LG may begin selling televisions with Google TV next year. Bloomberg says that the company may be planning on showing off a new model with Google TV integrated at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.