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Razer Switchblade

Lenovo LePad and IdeaPad U1

Toshiba eyeglass-free 3D laptop prototype

HP Pavilion dm1

Samsung 9 Series

Acer Iconia

Toshiba Satellite E305

Sony Vaio F Series

Described as a way to bring desktop PC gaming to a portable form factor, the concept device comes from Razer, a company known for making mice and computer peripherals.

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Last year's U1 Hybrid is now a separate Android tablet called the LePad and an IdePad U1 dock that turns it into a Windows laptop.

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We got an advance look at glasses-free 3D laptop technology in a custom-built Toshiba Qosmio laptop, and though the technology has its limitations, it's an impressive proof of concept that's surprising to behold.

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Continuing the march toward 11.6-inch laptops, HP is making the new Pavilion dm1 its CES 2011 showpiece. At slightly less than 1 inch thick and 3.5 pounds, the dm1 is one of the first laptops to use AMD's new Fusion platform.

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The 9 Series is a thin, 13-inch laptop aimed squarely at the MacBook Air-loving crowd.

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Walking the line between tablet and laptop, the Iconia has two 14-inch screens, both of which are multitouch-enabled. The bottom screen can display content, a traditional QWERTY keyboard, or a variety of other control surfaces.

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The Satellite E305-S1990 features a second-generation Intel Core i5-2410M processor and the next generation of Intel Wireless Display, which now supports 1080p video streaming. A slot-loading Blu-ray drive comes standard, along with a 7,200rpm 500GB hard drive, an integrated WiMax-ready antenna, and a USB 3.0 port.

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Sony is now joining the fray with the new Vaio F series 3D laptop, a 16-inch system that makes use of both Nvidia's popular 3D Vision technology and Sony's own 3DTV system.

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