Week in TechTech firms usually boast about power or pixels, but this year at CES they sounded more like supermodels who haven't eaten anything but air for six months.
CES 2012The announcement of the low cost Asus MeMo tablet caused a wave of excitement when it was revealed during the Nvidia press conference at CES 2012, and for good reason.
CES 2012Intel's 'Medfield' chip has been a long time coming, and we first reported on its announcement back in February 2011 after Mobile World Congress. Now we know it's called the Intel Atom Z2460, and is at the heart of the new Lenovo K800 smartphone.
CES 2012Intel dropped some of the biggest news of CES 2012 today, announcing that it was entering the smartphone chip market and adding an Atom chip into the Lenovo K800.
CES 2012Intel's Mooly Eden began Intel's unexpectedly good CES press conference by revealing the company has sold over 150 million Sandy Bridge processors since their launch this time last year. He then moved on to talk Ultrabook, Windows 8 and touch on notebooks.
CES 2012This 10.1-inch tab has power to burn, so why was Lenovo so keen to keep it on the down-low, hidden at the back of a display during the introductory CES press event?
CES 2012Lenovo has really gone to town at CES 2012 and made Sunday's traditional build up to press day its own. Pride of place was this tablet - the Asus Transformer-alike IdeaPad S2.
Many people will no doubt be hoping for one of this year's best gadgets for Christmas, but for big, game-changing releases, we've already moved on to looking at 2012 now.