CES 2012: Gadget Overload
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga
Razor's Project Fiona
The Project Fiona prototype, on display here at CES, is a Windows 7 tablet running on a Core-i7 Intel Ivy Bridge processor. Razer is aiming at a target price that’s under $1000, and having the tablet running on Windows 8 when it's released sometime around the end of the year.
While you iPhone, Android phone, and other mobile device records your video, the stand acts as your own personal robot cameraman.
Gorilla Glass 2
Sony Xperia Ion Smartphone
MakerBot Industries says that this will be “the first” model to print in two-colors simultaneously with “Dualstrusion” (other consumer-grade 3D printers can typically only "print" using one color at a time). The machine is essentially equipped with two extruders (which are used to form objects layer-by-layer) that will allow it print in multiple colors and with different materials.
Kodak EasyShare M750
Motorola Droid 4 and Droid RAZR MAXX
The Droid RAZR MAXX has all the same features as the original Droid RAZR, save for a massive boost in battery capacity. Verizon claims that the Droid RAZR MAXX will offer a rather impressive 21 hours of continuous talk time.
Dell XPS 13
Tech Finds Its Voice Control at CES
Also, Ford is expanding its voice-controlled SYNC AppLink application platform for cars. The automaker revealed a new version of the SYNC Destinations smartphone app for Android and iOS created by traffic information provider INRIX. The app can send turn-by-turn directions to an in-car navigation system and provide real-time traffic information.
The system produces about the same amount of power as 4 AA batteries and will give you about 10 hours of phone battery life.
Nokia Lumia 900
Polaroid's Smart Camera
HTC Titan 2
The phone's 4.7-inch super LCD screen is the largest display yet on a Windows phone. Powered by a 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S2 processor, you can watch the latest TV shows and movies via HTC Watch, and game-on-the-go with Xbox LIVE.
Intel Reference Design Phone