CES 2012 round-up: all the week’s news
The annual CES extravaganza is coming to a close once more, and it’s been a hectic week for our team as they did without sleep and proper nutrition to bring you the highlights.
If you want to listen to their thoughts on all of the technology they’ve seen, Barry Collins, Tim Danton and special guest Jon Honeyball took some time out to record a series of short mini-podcasts from the luxury of a hotel room.
If you want to see a very big and embarrassing BIOS screen, we’ve got that too.
Or if you want to get the meat of the show, here’s the full day-by-day list of every news story, first-look review and blog post.
“World’s thinnest Ultrabook” has flip-out Thunderbolt port
Ubuntu TV unveiled
Acer to bridge Windows and Android with the cloud
Full HD tablets emerge at CES
Solar case boosts Kindle battery life
Lenovo ThinkPad S430 review: first look
Intel’s see-through Ultrabook
Ultrabooks get voice-control system
Netgear brings apps to routers for “smart networks”
Nokia starts US push with Lumia 900
Asus to launch 7in tablet for only $249
Ballmer: Kinect for PCs to arrive in February
Huawei Ascend P1 S review: first look
HP Envy 14 Spectre review: first look
Kinect for PC already “outdated”
Asus Transformer Prime gets HD upgrade
Motorola, Lenovo making Intel smartphones
Dell unveils its first Ultrabook, the XPS 13
Video: Autonomy’s augmented reality technology in action
Video: Sony Phone Watch demo at CES 2012
Samsung Series 9 13.3in review: first look
Samsung Series 9 15in review: first look
Windows 8 with eye-tracking: hands on
802.11ac routers to hit 800Mbit/sec this year
ImPress scanner turns paperbacks into ebooks
One million volts, a hard drive and Dr Megavolt
Lenovo Smart Phone K800 with Intel inside review: first look
Logitech Cube review: first look
How to get email without a computer
Forget innovation: why Lenovo leads the way for sheer fun at CES 2012
8K video: what the future looks like
Belkin: turn off your lights with your iPhone
E Ink targets colour ebooks, signs and power tools
Will your next camera be wireless?
3D printing: undeniably cool, but lacks a killer app
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 review: first look