The tabletop Misto PC lets family members gather in the living room to watch movies, view photos or play games.
Notebook maker Asus is wrapping laptops in carbon fiber, aluminum, leather and Lamborghini.
Logisys Computer is selling a PC shell that resembles Apple's much-lauded media player.
Lenovo launches products with its own name.
Sony Ericsson unveils six new camera phones and three new Bluetooth handsets.
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A sneak peek at ultramobile PCs, examples of hardware that will ship as part of Microsoft's Origami Project.
Microsoft's goal of producing a cheap, pocket-size minitablet remains elusive. Will buyers wait for next generation?
Around 6,300 companies from 70 countries will present their latest novelties at this year's fair.
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