These products showed a lot of promise at the show and were pronounced hot trends. But a lot of them went on to face commercial disaster, or failed to hit the market altogether.
Join Jason Jenkins, Bridget Carey and Luke Westaway as they discuss the best tech live on the CNET stage at CES 2012.
Dell's first ultrabook laptop is here, and it's part of the company's high-end XPS brand.
One of the very first 14-inch ultrabooks, this still-unnamed Toshiba should hit stores in the second half of 2012.
Motorola's Droid Razr Maxx for Verizon isn't that much different than its predecessor, the Droid Razr. The biggest change is that it now packs a huge 3300 mAh battery so it can keep going, and going, and going...
At CES 2012 Lori Grunin takes a look at the highly anticipated Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujifilm's entry into the mirrorless category of cameras.
At CES 2012 Scott Stein takes shows us the Razer Blade gaming laptop, which sports a fancy customizable touchpad.
LTE and a jaw-dropping 16-megapixel camera make this a hot, hot phone at CES.
Designed for people who want a rich-media experience, the Nokia 900 is the first LTE 4G device running the Windows Phone OS. Kent German takes a First Look.
Tobii's Anders Olsson drives a custom laptop using his company's gaze-tracking technology.
If you think a 7-inch tablet is a bit too small and 10 inches a bit too big, Donald Bell gives you a look at the midsize Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7.