CES 2014: All our coverage
We can't deny that it has been a pretty busy day over here. That's because CES 2014 is in full steam and our news feed is exploding with coverage from the show. And yes, we know that with so much stuff to read, keeping track of all the news from the event can be a challenge, so we thought we'd just put all of our posts in one place for your convenience. Here's all of our coverage from CES 2014, and if you're craving for more, check back regularly. This post will be constantly updated with more news and hands-ons from the show. With that out of the way, here's what CES 2014 has treated us to so far.
Samsung had a number of gadgets for us at its press conference, but the ones that truly grabbed our attention were the new PRO tablets. Available in screen sizes from 8.4 to 12.2 inches, the new slates are versatile and powerful enough to be used for serious work and entertainment purposes alike. Learn more about them below!
Sony finally introduced the long-rumored Xperia Z1S at its CES 2014 press conference. Basically, it is like an Xperia Z1 but made for T-Mobile. Accompanying them was a smaller handset - the Xperia Z1 Compact. Think of its as a shrunken down variant of the Sony Xperia Z1.
LG's press event did not bring any new phones or tablets, but it did bring WebOS back from the dead and put it on a TV. Oh, and the LG G Flex will be coming to the US soon, in case you've always dreamed of a curved smartphone.
Asus had a lot to grab our attention with at its media event. Three new smartphones were made official along with a new Padfone mini model and the Padfone X for AT&T. An awesome Windows/Android convertible was also announced and you can learn more about it by following the link below.
NVIDIA's press conference brought us a new chip built for mobile devices - the Tegra K1. It is a mighty little piece of silicon sporting 192-core graphics. Also, the company announced that it will bring a 64-bit CPU later in 2014.
Alcatel announced a number of phones and tablets during CES 2014. Among them is the octa-core OneTouch Idol X+, which is going to be a reasonably priced Android 5-incher, and the entry-level POP tablets which will feature 3G connectivity.