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CES 2011 Coverage

We’re hot on the trail and keeping tabs on all the new technology and gadgets coming out of CES 2011 in Las Vegas. It appears that a major trend (more obvious than not) is the infiltration of tablet computers. 2010 was the year of the iPad, 2011 will indeed be the year of the Android tablet. Android is clearly making a large entrance to this market.

One of the most exciting devices we’ve seen come out of CES this year could very well be the MicroVision Mini-Tablet reference design, utilizing the PicoP laser display engine. RCA has also come out with a range of mobile TV devices for the US market. Mobile TV is huge in Europe, and i’m sure now that RCA is in the game it will pick up speed in the US.  Lets also not forget Fujitsu’s S1100, a 1-inch ultra-portable scanner for mobile professionals.  For all our CES news and coverage keep checking back here and our CES tagged posts.

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