CES 2013 articles
Panasonic caught everybody by surprise when it announced the industry's first tablet featuring a 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution. As its specifications now reveal, it takes a lot more than anything ARM SoCs pack to drive a display that rich in pixels.
ASUS has officially announced the availability of VivoTab ME400 in the United Kingdom. The tablet was initially seen at Consumer Electronics Show as VivoTab Smart, but that is the same tablet. The ME400 is looking to challenge Apple iPad 4 and Google Nexus 10.
Chinese nadset manufacturer Huawei showed three different devices at CES 2013, but the company has more in their plans. According to the company's chairman, Huawei plans to launch two more innovative than smartphones at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.
Chinese television and STB maker Hisense unveiled its flagship product to audience at CES, an 84-inch Ultra HD (formerly 4K, 3840 x 2160 pixels), based on an LED-backlit LCD panel. It uses a uniformly slim frame with two chrome accents. It is slated for the US market.
We may have found Canon's reply to Android-based "smart-cameras" its three new WiFi-enabled PowerShot cameras for consumers, but are left with the more intimidating of Canon's lineup, the EOS lines of DSLRs and lenses, laid out for us to go eyes- and hands-on.
We took a stroll through Canon's crowded CES booth to catch a handful of consumer cameras. It looks like we may have found Canon's answer to the phenomenon that is network-enabled smart-cameras powered by Android: "passing fad," a notion cemented by its PowerShot N.
Count on who else but Polaroid to come up with something against the new breed of Android-based "smart cameras." The consumer photography innovator unveiled the iM1836, a micro 4/3 body camera featuring what could give it an edge over competition: interchangeable lens.
Among the maze of new cameras, Polaroid unveiled the E9.7, a sliding-tablet with, as the name suggests, a 9.7-inch screen; with a 4:3 aspect-ratio. The 98 mm-thick tablet slides out to reveal a fairly big chiclet QWERTY keyboard. It runs Android 4.1.
Alcatel is not a name you normally associate when thinking about high-end smartphones and tablets. Though, they are determined to change that with a bunch of newly announced One Touch lineup at CES 2013 with three smartphones meant for high-end market.
Talking at Consumer Electronics Show, ZTE's CEO confirmed plans for Firefox OS-based smartphone. According to Bloomberg reports, ZTE has teamed up with an unnamed European carrier to build a smartphone based on Firefox OS with a possible launch in the U.S. this year.