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I’m in Las Vegas for CES 2012! Most of my time will be spent writing stories and filming video for Padvance, but I’m going to make some time to roam around and look for cool stuff. Are there any products you’re looking forward to? There’s going to be so much awesome tech at the show and I’d love to know what products interest you the most. Here are some of the things I expect to see.
- Somewhat affordable OLED televisions
- Quad-core Android tablets
- Killer SSD drives at lower prices
- Windows 8 products
- Wearable tech
- Tons of Ultrabooks (MacBook Air competitors)
- Free Drinks
Give it some thought and please let me know if you want me to try and catch anything for you.
7 thoughts on “Coffee Talk #441: What CES News Are You Looking Forward To?”
Nokia. Pretty much the only thing CES has in store for me this year. I'm not in the market for a new television anytime soon and not interested in anything Android for the foreseeable future. So please some Nokia news. Thanks.
Gorilla Glass 2, and Nvidia Tegra Smartphones.
Windows 8 news would be exciting to hear. Hoping to keep hearing about this product, and I would love to see something good about the new OS.
I know it won't be featured there, but I want the flexible touch screen. You know, the one that rolls up and can be put in your pocket. What, never heard of it? I don't think I have to clue you in to how awesome that would be.
I dont know what wearable tech is, so i'd like you to tell me, so i can later regurgitate those facts to friends in an effort to sound both informed and intelligent
They're just tech products you wear, like glasses with LCD screens on the lenses, jackets with audio/charger inputs for phones, etc.
We just picked up a 46 inch hdtv for cheap yesterday and I should have a dvr just in time for the game on Saturday.
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