CES 2011 Wrap-up

It's been a week. Fatigue and tensions have been high at times and there are so many photos and articles to click through you might have missed something you wanted to see. Neowin has been live here in Vegas since the CES pre-show bringing you the photos, videos, news, impressions and opinions that you want to see and read. Just in case you missed it, here is a few of the great things we covered at CES.

Exclusives

Verizon iPhone

Conversation with Intel

Tablets

Motorola Xoom

Blackberry Playbook

Panasonic Viera Tablet

Samsung Sliding PC7

Smartphones

HTC Inspire

Motorola ATRIX + Lapdock

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc

HTC Evo Shift

Four 4G phones from Verizon

Really Cool Stuff

Microsoft Surface 2

Nissan Leaf

Samsung Galaxy Players

Toshiba 4K glasses-free 3DTV

LG Smart TV

And the Rest!

As always, we strive to give you the best coverage possible and focused on you, the reader. We've got a few more additions for you still, so stay tuned. CES 2011 was a successful show, although nothing was hugely surprising it still shows that the industry is developing and advancing at a steady rate, and that there are big things coming. Kinect was a huge hit for Microsoft and their plans for this year are nothing short of ambitious. 2011 will be a year to remember in the tech industry.

 

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Agreed; not much to write home about here. It basically feels like what the month would have been like without CES 2011. The trend with half-baked tablets and 3D TV's with horrible viewing angles continues, and some new smartphones to spice things up.

Northgrove said,
Agreed; not much to write home about here. It basically feels like what the month would have been like without CES 2011. The trend with half-baked tablets and 3D TV's with horrible viewing angles continues, and some new smartphones to spice things up.

+1

The CES this year has been saturated with tablets and smartphones. Even those are popular, it would be better to give more varities of consumer products to cater a wider audience.

i agree with qdave! nothing exciting for me this yeah....
nice gadgets but nothing that i need and even really want.

too many similar andorid tablet, all manufacturers just want our money and some interesting and useful windows 7 tablet.

I'm glad its over. It's this dark part of every year where in spite of all of the latest and greatest gadgets I own, I actually feel left behind

Soulsiphon said,
I'm glad its over. It's this dark part of every year where in spite of all of the latest and greatest gadgets I own, I actually feel left behind

I know. So much I want to add to my "buy" list, but at the same time, so much I can't possibly afford.

Oh man that Playbook looks so juicy!