CES 2012 Wrap Up: Everything You Need to Know
The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show is over, but so many tech news stories, product showcases and software announcements came from the convention that you're almost guaranteed to have missed something. If you take a look at our wrap up guides, you just might catch up on something you overlooked. Here's everything we saw -- and loved -- at CES 2012.
CES 2012: Best in Show
The Annual Best of CES Awards
Here are the show's standout products in 13 categories including the best smartphone, laptop, tablet, auto technology and accessory to surface in an unending swell of new gadgets.
Reader's Choice Award
The Best of CES Awards spotlights our editors' top picks from the annual convention, but this year our readers had a decidedly different take on the single hottest piece of new tech.
CES 2012: The Hottest Products
Best Laptops of CES 2012
Seven of these 8 clamshells fell short of a Best of CES Award, but they certainly garnered their fair share of time in the spotlight. Check out the laptops we eagerly look forward to reviewing this year.
Best Smart Phones of CES 2012
The show's smartphone announcements include a big step forward for Windows Phone, larger-than-ever screen sizes and phone cameras with the best specs we've encountered.
Best Tablets of CES 2012
This year's tablets will offer longer battery life, lower prices and clearer screen resolutions.
CES 2012: The Biggest News Stories, Our Commentary and Live Video Coverage
Top 10 Videos of CES 2012
Some tech you have to see for yourself, like the Tobii Gaze Interface which, someday, will take hands-free to a whole new level by allowing you to navigate a computer screen just by looking at it.
CES 2012: Biggest News Stories
CES doubles as a town hall for the world's most successful tech companies to make huge announcements. This year, Microsoft embarked on its last CES keynote address and Intel announced partnerships to build smart phones with Lenova and Motorola.
SpoonFed: Top 5 Things I Learned at CES 2012
CES is too big to leave without thoughts on the long-view of tech. LAPTOP Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer learned that despite Ultrabooks' lionshare of limelight at the show, hybrid Android tablets that connect to keyboard docks could be a bigger trend.
CES 2012: How Our Staff's Mobile Gear Performed
We armed ourselves with some of the best gadgets of 2011 and tested them in the fast-paced halls of North American's largest tech show. Check above to see how the MacBook Air 13, ASUS Zenbook UX31 Ultrabook, Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone and other favorite gadgets performed in action.
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