The best of CES 2012 (photos)

The best of CES 2012 (photos)

Summary: CES 2012 showed off a dazzling display of the latest tech toys designed to add fun for the users and stuff the pockets of the manufacturers - updated Thursday.

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  • OnLive Desktop launches as an iPad app on the App Store. It allows you to rent a Windows PC on one of their servers, along with access to a full suite of applications, including Microsoft Office and flash-enabled web browsers. It's free but a premium account that includes 50GB of storage will cost $9.99/month.

    For more, read CNET's blog from Scott Stein.
  • It takes a lot to stand out in the crowded world of ultrabooks, but HP is betting that a liberal dose of Gorilla Glass will do the trick.

    The HP Envy 14 Spectre is about flash and gloss, most markedly via its all-glass lid and palm rest. Read more from CNET's Scott Stein.
     
  • Razor's Fiona looks to be the first true Windows 8 gaming tablet. For its specs, Razer intends to use a third-generation (aka Ivy Bridge) Intel Core i7 CPU, along with a solid-state drive (SSD). Read more from CNET's Rich Brown.

    Here's a gallery.

    Project Fiona won a Best of CES award from CNET but ZDNet's Adrian Kingsley-Hughes doesn't agree.

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  • AKG K 495 NC

    Would anyone at CES find out if this is a studio monitor headphone? 'cause I have a Sennheiser HD280 headphone. I think it's important when it comes to making music.

    For anyone curious about what OS I am using (nothing to do with headphones), I'm using KXStudio in top of (x/k)ubuntu distro.
    Grayson Peddie
  • RE: The best of CES 2012 (photos)

    A 55" OLED? I'd take that over my 50" 50PK950 as it's got a lot of image retention problems as a computer monitor, but I got what I pay for since I couldn't afford a 50" LED LCD TV during early 2011. Well, it'll take a couple of years for prices of OLED TVs to come down to $1200 for a 55".
    Grayson Peddie
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