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CES at las vegas amazing gadgets

Updated on April 21, 2012

CES (Consumer Electronics Show ) 2011 at las Vegas was amazing this year also. CES is known as the worlds most popular consumer electronics show. Every year it comes with a lot of new gadgets. This year also was not an exception. This greatest trade show has a history of nearly a half century, it started at 1967. You can read more about CES history

Like every year this year also a large variety of new products came to the show.

Tablets

After the introduction of revolutionary apple i Pad all the electronics industry has started concentrating on tablet devices. This is evident in this year CES with a large number of tablets coming to market. The main tablets came to the market through CES this year are

Motorola Xoom

BlackBerry PlayBook

Acer Iconia (two versions one running on android 3.0 and other on windows 7)

Asus Eee Pad (four versions with wide range of differences)

Dell streak (version 7 and version 10)

Dell inspiron Duo

Samsung seven series sliding windows PC

Thoshib android laptop

Lenovo Leepad and Lenovo windows 7

The list goes on . From the list of tablets you can easily understand the industry is showing a general trend to adopt android as the OS. With the arrival of tablet specific android version 3.0 honeycomb, Google also started officially supporting android to get the domination in mobile computing devices.

You can read more about new tablets came in CES 2011 HERE


Smart phones

Like every year this time also there was a lot of smart phones. This time most of them were with almost double speed of that of previous year. From the smart phones of this year you can inform a general trend of increased number of windows 7 phones. But most of the android phones are of the level bridging the gap between smart phone and a computer which can be better called as super phones. Sure this came from the promotional activities of Microsoft in counter to the spreading of android in tablet devices. But android is also not less. It is also competing with an equal market share. Also with the arrival of 3G and 4G most of the devices are coming with front camera also supporting video call. Android devices also started supporting it. Also the prices of smart phones are decreasing and the number of low end smart phones is increasing changing the concepts of mobile computing. Another general trend in smart phone market is the better gaming support in smart phones. Play stations may become history one day.

The major attractions in the smart phone area in CES 2011 were

Motorola ATRIX 4G

HTC Inspire 4G LTE

HTC EVO shift 4G

HTC Thunderbolt 4G

Motorola Droid Bionic

LG Optimus Black

Samsung Infuse 4G

Acer Liquid mini

Motorola Cliq 2

Sony Ericson Xperia Arc


You can read more about each phone in detail here. Sure smart phones are going to rule the world soon, you can inform this from the increase in the sale volume of smart phones.

3D TVs

A lot of companies came to the market with 3D tv which is going to be the future trend. Mitsubishi, sony, LG all are ther in the competition. Once again Sony and LG are competing in making their devices more and more slim and beautiful. Now this competition has grown from tvs to cell phones also. As sony announced the new version of Sony ericson xperia arc with more slim feature than existing xperia, LG also announced LG optimus black slimmer than previous optimus. Like this competition is growing giving us more good technology at more and more cheaper price

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