Photos: The gadgets of CES 2011

Photos: The gadgets of CES 2011

Summary: Tablets, smartphones and Microsoft Surface 2.0

TOPICS: Hardware

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  • Laptop maker Lenovo also made sure it got in on the tablet PC action with its 10-inch Windows-powered tablet, provisionally called the IdeaPad Slate.

    The device is similar to the company's Android-powered LePad device in terms of hardware but it has a more modern Intel Atom CPU, instead of the LePad's Qualcomm Snapdragon chip. The IdeaPad Slate also has multitouch functionality with the addition of a stylus for pen input.

    (Photo credit: Scott Stein/CNET)

  • Asus had a couple of new takes on the tablet, including its Eee Transformer device, which features a keyboard that can be removed, leaving the tablet device to work on its own.

    Photo credit: Asus

  • The Asus Eee Slider takes another approach with the tablet PC sliding up to reveal a Qwerty keyboard.

    Photo credit: Asus

Topic: Hardware

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