Popular CES2011 Articles for 2011
Asus has been working hard behind the scenes, turning those Eee Pads first unveiled at Computex 2010 into four unique and distinct tablets, sporting a variety of form factors, specs,[...]
Asus made the first splash at CES 2011, announcing its four upcoming Eee Pad tablets a full day before the official start of the Vegas electronics showcase. And judging by[...]
Going into CES 2011, TabletPCReview boldly predicted that Windows 7 tablets would dominate the tablet talk in Vegas. And while a handful of buzz-worthy Win 7 devices surfaced, combined Windows[...]
Though it is still unnamed, Toshiba unveiled what it calls the Next-Gen Android tablet at CES, a 10.1-inch, high-definition tablet with a host of different features. TabletPCReview is in Vegas[...]
It's finally official. One year after wowing showgoers at CES 2010, Lenovo is ready to launch its innovative IdeaPad U1, the so-called hybrid laptop that features a tablet screen and[...]
So it looks like the Gloria rumors were true. Samsung announced its Sliding PC 7 line at the Consumer Electronics Show today in Las Vegas, introducing the Windows 7 tablet[...]
The Dell Streak 7 was announced at CES today. Though the Streak 7 will run Google Android OS 2.2 (Froyo) and have access to the Android Market, it will sport[...]
What could be the hottest device coming out of CES is finally official. The Motorola Xoom tablet will be the first tablet running Google Android Honeycomb (3.0), an operating system[...]
That TabletPCReview team leaves tomorrow for Vegas and CES, and while the show doesn't kick off officially until January 6th, manufacturers like Toshiba and Vizio are already jockeying for headlines.
It looks like Sprint wasn't content to let Verizon and T-Mobile hog the CES spotlight as today the carrier announced it will carry the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet on the Sprint[...]
Motion revealed its CL900, a small form factor, rugged tablet PC at CES today, touting the device's ability to combine mobility and ruggedness with the utilization of data while mobile.
We didn't think Samsung would unveil the Galaxy Tab 2 at CES 2011, especially so soon after releasing the Android tablet in the States, and it seems our hunch was[...]
As part of the wireless carrier's effort to bring its next-generation data network to consumers, Verizon unveiled two 4G LTE-ready tablets: the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
As the tablet market continues to flourish, devices are popping up in droves from a slew of different companies that want in on the action. This includes AOC and eLocity,[...]
For those looking for a TV companion in their tablets, the Panasonic unveiled its Viera tablet at CES today with that very purpose in mind.
One more tablet will be joining the wealth of 4G LTE-enabled devices that Verizon unveiled at this year's CES: the Cisco Cius.
T-Mobile announced its G-Slate by LG at CES today, which will be the first 4G tablet for either of the companies that to be powered by Google's upcoming Android OS[...]
CES brought many new tablet announcements, including news from MSI about the release of two delayed additions to their WindPad line, and from Gigabyte about its heavyweight, high-end S1080.
This year's CES has already been busy for tablets, and the flurry continued today as Velocity Micro and Netbook Navigator each unveiled three new additions to their Cruz and Nav[...]
Fujitsu announced a slew of tablets and notebooks at CES today, each with a distinct set of features intended for different purposes. From compact convertibles to 3D displays, Fujitsu gave[...]