Post Tagged with: "ces 2011"

ASUS MeMo No Glasses 3D Tablet Hands On at Computex 2011

Back at CES in January we caught first glimpse of the ASUS MeMo and have yet to see it come to market. On Day-0 of Computex ASUS had their press conference showing the MeMo with an upgraded 3D screen, they are now calling it the…

Freescale Tablets Roundup at CES 2011 – Part 2

Well, we can’t say this isn’t a wee bit late, but we were going through some old footage and we discovered this Freescale Tablet round up from CES 2011. Just by virtue of being a tablet round up its worth watching! Robert Thompson of Freescale…

AMD Fusion netbooks / notebooks to get wireless HD video streaming later this year

This looks like AMD’s answer to pre Intel WiDi 2.0 – wireless streaming of video content (up to 720p) from any of your AMD devices to one or more display devices. The demonstration from CES earlier this year demoed an AMD notebook streaming HD video…

Toshiba’s 11.6-inch Oak Trail tablet uncovered from CES

Toshiba’s 2nd generation 10-inch Android made the news back at CES at the start of this year but strangely no one mentioned their 11.6-inch Windows 7 tablet which Notebook Italia has just gotten around to posting today. The unnamed tablet looks just like an upsized…

Marvell 600 Tablet Series Graphics Performance Demo at CES 2011

Marvell is no stranger to the tablet market and at CES 2011 they showed off the Marvell 600 series. The proof of concept tablets at their booth were running on the Android 2.2 operating system while sporting 1080p output via HDMI. Having a chipset that…

MSI projector has a tablet attached to it

Have you ever wanted a projector with a tablet attached to it? Probably not if you do for some reason, MSI is on the same wavelength with a prototype / concept projector with a 10-inch Wind tablet sticking out of it – one of the…

Hanvon’s 7-inch HPad A116 Android tablet handled

Word of new tablets are still leaking out from CES that took place a couple of weeks ago – here’s a new 7-inch HPad A116 tablet from Hanvon, who impressed many early last year with a solid Windows 7 tablet offering.

The specs – a…

Netbook Nation #22: CES 2011 Mobile Computing Awards

CES 2011 is a show that combines the glitz of Las Vegas with the frenetic urgency of companies to create a buzz for their latest products or applications. This was an action packed show with too many tablets, new dual core smartphone announcements, a bunch…

Intel Updates Lego with Image Recognition

This has to be the coolest thing to happen to lego since they added the tiny lego men into the mix! What Intel’s Research lab was showing off at CES 2011 was blurring the line between real and virtual toys. What you’ll see in the…

Augen’s Espresso series tablets, one includes dual boot Ubuntu

Augen’s debut tablet, the Gentouch 78 didn’t make that first good impression every company hopes for when it came out last year in the US but hopefully they’ve learnt from mistakes and their next-gen “Espresso” tablets that they showed off at CES last week will…

Mystery Viewsonic 7 inch Android Tablet Spotted at CES 2011

Chippy over at CarryPad meet up with the guys from Zinio, the guys who put magazines online and while testing out their new apps wondered what hardware he was using. To his surprise it was a mystery 7 inch tablet from Viewsonic. Sadly there is…

Samsung’s 10-inch NC110 and NC210 netbooks

Samsung’s NS310 wasn’t the only new netbook the company had to show at CES. There was also the NC110 and NC210… 10-inch netbooks, so three new 10-inch netbooks. Both models use the same design and seem to mix a couple of design aspects from recent

ASUS Eee PC 1015B netbook, 10-inches of AMD Fusion

ASUS had plenty to say about its new tablet lineup but was pretty quiet about their new netbooks over at CES which is why many probably skipped past them. Many did notice the 12-inch Eee PC 1215b… but there was also the 10-inch Eee PC

Samsung NS310 netbook brings the N310 / Go into 2011

Two years ago, Samsung released the N310 10-inch netbook, which had a rather unique design at the time, done by some Japanese designer. Now, the design has been brought back into 2011 with the NS310. The NS310 looks almost identical to the original but switches…

Shenzhen ACT 4.8″ Android clamshell MID

Charbax spotted a 4.8-inch clamshell Android device decked out with a keyboard and optical mouse, by Shenzhen manufacturer ACT, among their many tablets like every booth has, powered by a Marvell PXA935 processor (the similar PXA930 was used in the BlackBerry Bold 9700, to give…