As the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show gets ready to close its doors, we take a closer look at the new Dell XPS 17 3D notebook and the latest refresh to the Alienware M17x also with a built-in 3D display.» Read Article
Better UIs, more personalization, and Windows 8 will all prevail at CES 2012, a CEA analyst said on Sunday during pre-show activities. 3D will be there, too, although it might need time to mature. "Search and organization" remains a challenge.
Vendors at the Pepcom show in New York City talked up a range of new models, including the upcoming US edition of Acer's Aspire S3 ultrathin notebook, which may differ from the European version.
Dolby Laboratories unleashed its fourth version of the Dolby Home Theater audio enhancing suite and Dolby Advanced Audio v2, as a part of its PC Entertainment Experience line up during CES 2011.
The Plextor team shared a performance demo of PX-M2S Solid State Drive during the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.
Acer launched its new Aspire 5253, Aspire 4253 and Aspire One 522 notebooks and netbooks priced at less than $500 and equipped with the latest AMD Fusion processors.
Whether you're looking for a good keyboard for the iPad or a new Wi-Fi router, here are a few products that you might have missed at CES 2011.
Fresh from its debut at CES 2011, the Razer Switchblade is turning heads and making people rethink what "PC gaming" means. This Intel Atom-powered handheld mini notebook promises to deliver PC games running on Windows 7 and still run those games at 30 frames per second or more!
We got a chance to take a look at the new line of Toshiba notebooks updated at this year's CES. Most of the Toshiba Satellite lineup will be making use of Intel's new Sandy Bridge chipset.
SanDisk makes a breakthrough in the USB flash storage market at CES by introducing built-in password-protected encryption software known as SecureAccess and a free online backup service for all new USB storage drives made from SanDisk from this point forward.
HP is saying "goodbye" to last year's Pavilion dm1z and "hello" to the completely redesigned HP Pavilion dm1. The new dm1 is HP's first notebook featuring AMD's new Fusion processor technology to deliver "all day battery life" and perfect HD video performance. How can we say no for just $449?
Electronics companies were out in force the night before CES 2011 officially opens its doors. We stopped in to visit with a number of these early birds to get the inside scoop on new products at CES.
Western Digital updated its popular Scorpio Black line of notebook hard drives with faster performance and a new maximum storage capacity of 750 GB.
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