CES 2008: Day 1 wrap-up for Computers and hardware

Coverage from the first day of CES 2008 for the Computers and hardware category.

After a busy first day in Las Vegas, here are the highlights from the editors covering computers and PC hardware at the show.

CPUs and GPUs
Intel, AMD toss in their chips at CES
Mobile Penryn: Early test results
ATI releases new laptop graphics
Nvidia announces new chipsets, Hybrid SLI
New PC platforms from Intel will face hurdles

Laptops
Toshiba jumps on the Penryn bandwagon
Samsung upgrades Q1 ultramobile PC
Asus shows off fashion-forward U2E
Hands on with the HP Pavilion tx2000
Dell updates high-end XPS M1530

PCs and networking
Asus reveals a small-form-factor PC
Gateway expands its gaming desktop lineup
Netgear brings NAS to you, the home user

Hardware junkies looking for the latest news and releases from CES 2008, I would direct your attention here. Also, coming up tomorrow, we'll nominate three finalists in this and other categories for CNET's Best of CES awards.

About the author

Matt Elliott, a technology writer for more than a decade, is a PC tester, Mac user, and amateur photographer based in New Hampshire.

 

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