Top CES products in handy chart format
Computerworld - With all the announcements flooding out of the Consumer Electronics Show, it can be tough to keep track of them all and separate out the newsworthy from the ho-hum. Luckily, our staff in Las Vegas has done the work for you.
Here are the most compelling of the new products and services unveiled at CES. The chart is sortable by category (just click on a column header - once to order ascending and twice for descending). Each product name links to a story about it.
Unveiled at CES
|AcerCloud||Acer||Cloud||0||2012-Q2||Photo, doc storage w/ Acer PC purchase|
|Ascend P1 S||Huawei||Smartphone||Unknown||2012-Q2||6.8mm thick|
|Asus 7" tablet||Asus||Tablet||249||Unknown||Quad-core processor, Android 4.0|
|Aspire S5||Acer||Ultrabook||Unknown||2012-Q2||Ivy Bridge processor,0.59" thick|
|Demo: 46" multi-touch display||3M||Other||Unknown||2012-Q4||Coffee-table-like touchscreen|
|Element||Pantech||Tablet||300||2012-Q1||AT&T LTE-connected Android tablet|
|Envy 14 Spectre||HP||Ultrabook||1399||2012-Q1||NFC, wireless audio|
|Galaxy Tab 7.7||Samsung||Tablet||Unknown||Unknown||Thinnest 4G LTE tablet on the market at 7.9 mm; Verizon|
|IdeaCentre A720||Lenovo||Desktop||Unknown||Unknown||All-in-one w/ slim touch-enabled 27-in screen|
|IdeaPad Yoga||Lenovo||Ultrabook||Unknown||Unknown||Ultrabook tablet hybrid|
|IdeaTab S2 10||Lenovo||Tablet||Unknown||Unknown||1.27 lb, Android 4.0, Lenovo Cloud|
|K91 Smart TV||Lenovo||Smart TV||Unknown||Unknown||Runs Android apps, follows voice commands|
|Leader 7" tablet||Leader Internat'l||Tablet||179||2012-Q1||Android 4.0, single-core ARM|
|Lumia 900||Nokia||Smartphone||Unknown||coming weeks'||Windows Phone 7.5, AT&T 4G LTE|
|SC1630 Smart Camera||Polaroid||Gadget||299||2012-Q2||Camera with Android phone|
|Slider prototype||Intel||Ultrabook||Unknown||2012-Q4||Transforms to touchscreen tablet when closed|
|SmartWatch||Sony||Gadget||149||2012-Q1||Runs custom mini-apps, links to Android phones|
|Spectrum||LG||Smartphone||199||2012-Q1||4.5" true HD display|
|Titan||HTC||Smartphone||Unknown||Unknown||1st Windows Phone on AT&T 4G LTE, 16M camera|
|Transformer Prime TF700T||Asus||Tablet||600||2012-Q2||Higher def display, better front camera|
|VMware on Revolution||LG||Smartphone||Unknown||Unknown||To separate work, personal data on smartphones|
|XPS 13 ultrabook||Dell||Ultrabook||999||2012-Q1||Dell's first ultrabook, 0.2" thick, 2.99 lbs|
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