Asus rocks the tablet boat Video
Asus rocks the tablet boat Video Transcript
It's Wednesday January 11 one -- well they -- Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas convention center I'm Bridget Carey and things are and Apple's doing here at the CNET -- We've seen quite a few trending -- at the show -- Smart TVs three printers health monitoring gadgets and certainly -- filled ultra books so of course it's time to get -- it. -- -- four cores -- the price -- -- sound and video and Asus showed -- a Quad Core -- three a seven inch tablet that only costs 200 dollars is a serious -- 0370. -- it's got one gig of ram sixteen gigs of storage micro HDMI and micro USB -- a micro SD card reader and an eight megapixel camera a quality tablet in the price range of -- Kindle and nook. Intel is making a big push into the Smartphone and tablet came this year the chipmaker is shelling -- the first Intel powered windows eight tablets it's also unveiled the first Intel powered Smartphone -- -- over the K 800. Due out in the second quarter expect to see more atom powered mobile devices down the road as Motorola said it will use Intel chips in its features Smartphones and tablets. Polaroid has introduced the first hundred camera it sounds cool but we're not quite sure Google -- has -- -- device -- ST 1630. Has the look of a phone but -- sixteen megapixel sensor and a three times you can also directly upload to FaceBook Twitter and -- with Wi-Fi and there's the option to pay more or cellular connection uploading it also has onboard editing -- detection and micro SD card slot. There's no -- announced yet but it will be available sometime this year Vegas has plenty of magic but hadn't -- that visible DB -- Samsung and DirecTV announced box lists tyrant DDR system. The recorded programs can stream between rent all -- Samsung's new line of Smart T. v.s -- dish I -- how to kangaroo for your multi room system but having no box seems like a more -- an option. And and this is the year the altar but here at CS we've been overloaded Alter public announcements and a 290 yesterday. Dell announced its high end XPS thirteen weighing in at less than three pounds it's between six millimeters at eighteen millimeters they also new -- in -- from Taiwan showed off a carbon fiber in book which. Which looks like an eleven inch rip off of the MacBook Air. So those are your headlines for today be sure to stay tuned all week as we bring you live coverage from the show floor today we announce our best and CES award finalists. I'm Bridget Carey -- and thinks.
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