CES 2013 Computing
We’re here at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas checking out the latest and greatest that the computing industry has to offer. Ultrabooks, convertibles, and touch-based computers are just some of the products we expect to see during the five days of jam-packed keynotes, press conferences, product releases, demos, and hands-on reviews. Be sure to stay tuned to our CES computing coverage for up-to-the minute news.
Qualcomm helps home networks make the most of their bandwidth with a router chip that can balance network load based on the needs of every connected PC.
Mauz brings gesture control technology to the mobile arena with its app and dongle accessory. The duo combine to turn your smartphone into a versatile way to interact with your PC, mouse, keyboard, and even hands-free.
Vizio’s new Thin + Light Touch systems make a play at the premium laptop market. We see if this relative newcomer…
Microsoft wants to turn your walls into a battlefield with a modified Kinect and projector, called IllumiRoom
The Kinect has proven to be a major success for Microsoft and the Xbox 360, and the gesture based controller isn’t done yet.
And you thought your Kinect was awesome: The Leap takes gesture control to a whole new level, and we go hands on with…
Among the glitz and glamor of CES announcements, Canon debuts new home office inkjet printers featuring new wireless capabilities.
Turn any Windows 8 device into a touchscreen with this new peripheral.