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CES 2014: Wednesday roundup

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Thu Jan 09 2014, 15:05
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CES: THE INQUIRER'S extensive coverage of CES 2014 in Las Vegas continues with news from Wednesday, and here are all of our CES stories listed in one place.

Wednesday articles covering CES included the following:

CES: Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon Touch hands-on review

CES: Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 hands-on review

CES: Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2in video

CES: Sony Xperia Z1 Compact video

Tuesday news stories, hands-on reviews and video demos at CES included the following:

CES: Sony outs Playstation Now as PS4 sales surpass four million

CES: Rapiro's Raspberry Pi powered humanoid robot flexes its muscles

CES: Yahoo's Marissa Mayer touts Aviate acquisition and News Digest launch

CES: Intel's wireless charging bowl replaces your cereal with gadgets

CES: 3D food printer will produce more exciting Quality Streets

CES: Lenovo Thinkpad 8 hands-on review

CES: LG G Flex hands-on review

CES: Samsung Galaxy Note Pro hands-on review

CES: Alienware Steambox video demo

CES: Huawei Ascend Mate 2 video demo

CES: Lenovo Thinkpad 8 video demo

Monday announcements, news and hands-on reviews at CES included the following:

CES: LG outs Lifeband Touch fitness tracker and reveals WebOS TV plans

CES: Huawei's 6.1in Ascend Mate 2 can charge your Galaxy Note 3

CES: Pebble Steel watch arrives with an all-metal casing, $249 price

CES: Qualcomm CEO claims firm will be a leader in 64-bit chips

CES: Samsung outs Galaxy Tab Pro and Note Pro tablet lineup

CES: Intel Realsense 3D camera lets users compute and print in 3D

CES: Michael Bay storms off stage during Samsung press conference

CES: Intel says microprocessors will become emotionally smarter than humans

CES: Sony's Xperia Z1 Compact looks to rival the iPhone 5S

CES: Intel affirms wearables focus with own smartwatch and Edison chip

CES: Valve entices 13 partners including Alienware to build Steamboxes

CES: AMD and Intel to virtualise Android in Windows devices

CES: Intel drops McAfee brand in security software rebranding

CES: Sony Xperia Z1 Compact hands-on review

CES: Huawei Ascend Mate 2 hands-on review

CES: Acer Iconia A1-830 hands-on review

CES: Trewgrip mobile QWERTY video demo

CES: Acer Liquid Z5 video demo

CES: Lenovo Vibe Z video demo

Sunday announcements and hands-on reviews included the following:

CES: LG unveils 105in curved Ultra HD 4K TV

CES: Lenovo refreshes Mixx 2 and Yoga 2 hybrid devices

CES: Nvidia's 192-core Tegra K1 chip will match PS4 and Xbox One performance

CES: Lenovo Thinkpad 8 arrives with Bay Trail chip and Windows 8.1

CES: Cat B100 arrives as a dumb phone with high-end rugged features

CES: Acer Liquid Z5 hands-on review

CES: Trewgrip mobile QWERTY hands-on review

CES: Acer Iconia A1-830 tablet video demo

Some eager exhibitors always announce their latest products ahead of major electronics trade shows, trying to get noticed before the frenzy of unveilings right after the events begin, and CES 2014 in Las Vegas was no exception. Our stories late last week that covered early revelations are listed below.

Archos to unveil sub-£50 smartwatch with iOS and Android compatibility at CES

Lenovo Vibe Z with Snapdragon 800 and LTE arrives ahead of CES

LG Tab-book2 and Haswell powered Ultra PC laptop set for CES reveal

ZTE reveals a smartwatch and an Android phablet ahead of CES

Acer outs updated Iconia A1 and B1 Android tablets and Liquid Z5 smartphone

Archos unveils two sub-£200 LTE smartphones before CES

There will be lots more news coming out of CES 2014 this week, and we are there, so check back at The INQUIRER for all the latest. µ

 

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