Some thrills, some spills kick off CES 2012
CES 2012 doesn't open to the public till Tuesday, but the product announcements and leaks are already flowing. Check out some of the worthy and not-so-worthy gadgets here.
LAS VEGAS--The CES 2012 is already rocking and rolling.and the crowds of people have yet to arrive, but make no mistake,
The show doesn't open to the public till Tuesday, but aare already . In addition, several companies held events today that yielded some highs and lows.
Acer was the first to kick things off, and unfortunately, its tablet with the highest resolution screen to date, but then failed to provide many details about it.were rather lackluster. The company unveiled the and ultrabooks, as well as its . Acer also teased a new
Lenovo kept the ultrabook party going with the introduction of the. Available in a rainbow of colors, the ultrabooks differ from last year's model by using a standard hard drive, instead of solid-state drive.
Lenovo's show stealer, though? The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Perhaps beating Apple to the punch, the 55-inch 3D LED is expected to be available in China first (no release date though) and features Qualcomm's 8060 Snapdragon dual-core processor, a 5-megapixel Webcam, and voice control, among other things., the first TV to run
Meanwhile, Toshiba wowed us with the, the thinnest tablet yet, and then immediately burst our bubble by revealing its ridiculous pricing.
It wasn't all about ultrabooks and tablets, though. A newwill soon allow you to bring your creations to life. The is now equipped with a 720p camera for all your spying needs, and hardware and software improvements should make it easier to fly.
Of course, there is plenty more to come. Monday is Press Day, and with more than 18 companies scheduled to hold events, the news will be coming fast and furious. CNET is live-blogging and streaming many of the events, sofor a full schedule. We'll also be wrapping up each day's highlights here on Crave, so be sure to check back often.
Until then, here is your.