It's that time of year again, CES just opened in Las Vegas and over the next couple of days the web will be flooded with news about all new sorts of new technology. I'll do my best to post as much as possible.
CES 2011: Four New Tablets Coming From Asus
At the annual Asus press conference held a couple of days before CES, Jonney Shih gave us a sneak peek of the company's tablet lineup. We’ve got pics, specs, and information regarding the upcoming Asus Eee Pad Slider, Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad MeMO, and the long awaited Eee Slate EP 121...
CES 2011 could probably be dubbed "The Tablet Show" thanks to the amount of tablets that are going to be announced and shown off during this year's show. ASUS is hoping to become one of the major players in the tablet market and focused a good majority of their press conference on their new line of Eee tablets. . .
Lenovo are hitting CES hard and fast this year and up to about a month before CES the company has been briefing us on some of the exciting new products that will be making an appearance. There are three main areas; the new ThinkPad Edge Laptops, IdeaPad Notebooks and IdeaCenter All in One unit.
Lenovo really do have some sweet devices coming out over the coming months and hopefully we'll get a chance to take a look at some of them in more detail. The stand outs for me personally would have to be the B520 IdeaCentre with support for 3D Vision and in the laptop department the V series with some added color and the Y570d with 3D Vision support which includes 3D Glasses.
CES 2011: ASUS Announces Four Tablet PCs
ASUS held a press conference before the official start of CES to unveil their new tablet PC's. Legit Reviews was there to get the first look and learn if Apple should be worried about their tablet market share.
At a press conference held well before the official CES launch, ASUS unveiled four new Eee models, all of which are touch-enabled and can be considered "tablets". These include the feature-rich and powerful "Eee Slate" 12.1-inch, the Eee Pad Transformer (a personal favorite), the super small Eee Pad MeMo and also the Eee Pad Slider.
At its pre-CES press conference, MSI touted its huge line-up of P67 motherboards that support Intel's brand-new Sandy Bridge processors, and it also tackled its notebook line-up that looks to cover every budget and need. Of course, we were also filled in on what MSI believes sets itself apart, so read on to see what we saw at the conference.