CES 2012: Day 2 highlights including Dell tablets and Panasonic VT50 plasma 3DTV
Day two of CES 2012 is in full swing in Las Vegas now, with more gadgetry goodness pouring in. The UK Tech Digest team is rolling in for the night, but before we do that, here’s a round up of all today’s big CES stories.
Shiny Shiny will be continuing to post Stateside through the night, so be sure to keep a track of their findings from the show floor, as well as the constant stream of updated CES video content hitting our YouTube channel! Also, be sure to check out yesterday’s round-up for all the pre-show and day one news!
Dell will try again with tablets in 2012
Can they learn from the disastrous mistakes they made with the Dell Streak?
JVC announces GY-HMQ10, world’s first 4K camcorder
Ultra-high definition recording is no longer the reserve of Hollywood!
Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 mobile chips more powerful than Xbox 360
Another blow for dedicated handheld gaming devices.
Griffin turn your iPad into a music studio with StudioConnect
Because all the best songs are written on the road.
Panasonic’s VT50 plasma is the 3DTV to save the pennies for
Probably the best plasma screen TV in the world today.
Parrot Starck Zik NFC headphones launched
Do you really need NFC tech in your headphones? The answer is yes. Yes you do.
Polaroid SC1630 – Is it a camera? Is it an Android phone?
Half Android, half camera. If my maths are correct, it all rests on whether it’s half smartphone too…
VIDEO: Razer Project Fiona is a gaming tablet with controller handles
The maddest CES 2012 launch so far, and definitely one to keep gamers happy.
VIDEO: Lenovo IdeaCenter A720 All-In-One hands-on
Giant transforming touchscreen PC heading to a tabletop near you soon.
VIDEO: Lenovo IdeaPad YOGA hands-on
More flexible than a contortionist made of Play-Doh.
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