This week in Crave: The CES-in-3D edition

It's only the first week of 2010 and we're already swimming in gadget announcements.

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Laptop in fur

Too busy keeping your computer cozy by covering it in fake fur to keep up with this week's storm of gadget news? Here's some of what you missed while you were dressing your laptop in leopard print.

• After weeks of sightings and rumors, Google's Nexus One "superphone" finally landed on Planet Gadget.

• We got more details on when the Apple tablet will do the same.

• Then there was a little, tiny happening in Vegas called CES. Let's start with the 3D:

In addition to 3D mania, CES witnessed slate mania, e-reader mania, and general mania.

3D glasses
Glasses on at Intel's CES keynote... James Martin/CNET

CNET writers were on the scene en masse, scouring the show floor for the most attention-worthy products and getting their hands on everything from the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus, Motorola Backflip, and LG Lotus Elite to the Boxee Box, Fujitsu Lifebook UH900, and TomTom Ease.

Then there were the toys--oh, the toys.

See anything we missed? Got a gadget tip we should know about? Write to us at crave at cnet dot com.