What’s the best gadget that came out of CES 2012?
CES 2012 has just ended this week and there were quite a number of really great gadget announcements made by several manufacturers both in the handset and personal computing categories.
Here are our candidates:
Sony Xperia S. Son’y very own Android smartphone — the first one to come out after Sony’s break-up with Ericsson.
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga. This ultrabook that flips over to look like a Windows 8 tablet was among the most interesting tablets that came out of CES this year.
HP Spectre. That almost all Gorilla Glass ultrabook from HP drew quite a lot of oohs and ahhhs.
Acer Iconia A700. Tegra 3 quad-core tablets is going to be the new battle-front this year and Acer’s one of the very few ones to show off their own tablets. That’s, plus the 1080p full HD display. This one’s going to be a challenger to the Transformer Prime.
Lenovo IdeaPad S2. Lenovo’s very own version fo the Transformer Prime promises up to 20 hours of battery life on a tablet + keyboard dock configuration.
Nokia Lumia 900. Packing a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen and Windows Phone Mango 7.5 OS capable of LTE speeds is the Nokia’s flagship handset for CES.
LG 55EM9600 OLED TV. This 4mm superthin OLED TV from LG is an impressive feat.
Asus Memo T370. This 7-inch Android tablet from Asus runs ona quad-core processor and costs only $249.
There may be a few more tablets or phones out there I failed to mention but you can go hit the comments and cast your favorite device from CES 2012.