Sony's bold experiment--a high-end luxury system with essentially Netbook components--makes an enviable coffee shop conversation piece, but one that includes some serious sticker shock.
The Sony Ericsson booth offered us even more new phones from the company.
Casio's president didn't break any new ground with his CES announcements, launching four compact cameras and a Digital Art Frame that's every bit as rubbish as it sounds
Chipmaker celebrates the one-year anniversary of the Atom processor by introducing two new models, while confirming the arrival of Nehalem-based mobile chips later this year.
Three, 14-megapixel cameras get added to Casio's lineup featuring unique shooting options backed by improved image processing.
Laptop features an intergalactic theme that makes us want to curl up in a space quilt and play some Spore.
Sony's too-expensive, designer, ultramobile PC seems out of touch with today's more-affordable and usable smartphone, tablet, and Netbook offerings, with a package that doesn't best any of the competition.
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Toshiba's dual-touch-screen Libretto W105 is a fun, quirky experiment, but it's still more of an expensive executive toy than a practical PC.
Best Buy is launching its lowest-advertised-price laptop to date--and it's definitely a laptop, not a Netbook.