Apparently Vizio didn’t get the memo that Android tablets aren’t worth making anymore. It’s planning to release two of them — one with a 10.1-inch display, the other with a 7-inch display.
I’ve covered every square inch of the gigantic Consumer Electronics Show — year after year after year — and I’ve seen a lot of weird stuff. This is the weirdest thing I’ve seen yet.
Nvidia just fired a shot across everyone’s bow with something completely unexpected: an Nvidia-brand handheld game device with a dedicated 5-inch display that’ll also stream games wirelessly to your HD television.
There’s no question that the PC industry has taken a back seat to the tablet phenomenon.
If you ever wished your fat fingers would stop getting in the way of your iPhone’s touch screen, a company called Canopy thinks it has an answer.
Lenovo’s 11.6-inch Yoga 11S runs the full version of Windows 8 and has a touchscreen that folds completely around into a tablet.
I’m not sure whether the term will stick, but “rip and flip” is basically the near future of portable computing.
I took the liberty of snapping a pre-flight photo of all the gear I’ll be carrying around with me while the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is going on. Here’s what’s what.