CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

Summary: Here are the some of the products from CES that could change your life - or at least pique your interest.

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  • CES 2011 didn't officially kick off until Thursday Jan. 6, but many of the top companies showcased their new gear to the press on Wednesday. Here are the some of the products that could change your life. Plus, here's more about the show on our special report.

    Here's a product you'll probably never see but it could change the way you see things on your tech gear. Intel unveiled the second generation of its Core processors - codenamed “Sandy Bridge” -  playing up the visual elements that will create a new experience in computing. Read Sam Diaz's blog for more.

  • Samsung said it has cooked up a new device—dubbed the Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series available in March—that offers the benefits of a laptop with key features of a tablet. Larry Dignan is interested.

    But Chris Dawson's pretty confused by all these new tablets.

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  • RE: CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

    The web page with the add dropping is so anoying that I will no longer read your emails / web pages.
    jefflippe
    • RE: CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

      @jefflippe That and why does the whole page have to reload on each new picture?
      RedM3
    • Because ZDNet is incompetent.

      Seriously, do you read their "articles"? A great many of them are filled with amateurish crap and outright errors. I mean, look at the numerous uses of this:<br><br>"...a 10.1-inch device that runs on Google Android"<br><br>A hardware device runs an OS; the OS runs on the device. A device does not run on an OS.<br><br>"Runs" and "runs on" are not interchangeable: Gasoline doesn't run on a car; a car runs on gasoline.
      dgurney
    • RE: CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

      @jefflippe

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      neilpost
  • RE: CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

    ...not the optimal way to apply for a job.
    fullylivin
  • RE: CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

    Apparently, you grammarian-trolls will be shocked to discover that most visitors here have sufficiently fulfilling lives that we're able to focus on the content -- rather than being overwhelmed by the fits of writhing agony that an errant comma can induce in you Keepers of the Flame!

    I think that a large bowl of stewed prunes ought to be a mandatory part of the daily diet for Style Police; then, you can mo' betta spend your time speed-reading the works of Wm. Shakespeare whilst sitting on yer pottys!
    deltadan
  • RE: CES gallery: New gear dazzles - 15 top choices

    Neato stuff.
    MoeFugger