Sunday, February 6, 2011

Big Developments in Tablets at the CES

 I look forward to the Consumer Electronics Show every year because it offers a great look into the future of technological products of all sorts. These include a variety of products that range from a few larger items to some smaller materials like tablets. I am definitely looking forward to the tablets that are coming out of here.

Windows goes mobile

Some of the biggest developments with these tablets in mind include the tablets that work with Windows 7. These include tablets that feature easy to handle devices that are not too challenging and will work with some of the same features that Windows 7 uses on larger computers. I enjoy this because this will make it relatively easy for a tablet to be used for all kinds of needs and functions.

Honeycomb is also big

The Honeycomb operating system that Android has been using is also a big point to see. This new edition of the Android OS works with a variety of tablets that are on display at the CES. These include such tablets as the Motorola Xoom, the BlackBerry PlayBook and Samsung Galaxy Tab among a variety of others.

The Panasonic Viera and Dell Streak 7 are two other interesting tablets here. These work with great home theater controls to make this an exciting type of product for anyone to work with.

The Viera can even work with Panasonic HDTV sync technology to help keep the device working effectively.

Other big points

There are a few other things from the CES that caught my eye. There are some tablets that are working with slide-out keyboards that are similar to what works in traditional computers. These can be very effective and helpful for all sorts of needs. The Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series and the Asus Eee Pad are two pads that work with this feature in mind.

The Lenovo IdeaPad U1 is very interesting as well. This works in that it has two processors that run Honeycomb and Windows alike. The Honeycomb OS is used in all cases while Windows works when in dock mode.

These developments in the CES are great things that I took a strong amount of interest in. They are all points that make it different and impressive for anyone to handle. These should be seen when finding great types of products that can easily impact the world of technology in the near future.

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