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We saw the possible future of PCs at CES 2014, and it's...out there. Here are the eleven craziest devices we saw in Las Vegas.
New notebook and all-in-one feature fourth-generation Core processors.
OEMs asked for Dual OS devices, says Intel CEO, but will consumers want them?
Lenovo, HP, and Acer show Android all-in-ones, but the success of such PCs remains in question.
The unanswered question: Which games will run on all those Steam Machines?
Razer's new Project Christine promises an end to snapping computer hardware together and wrangling cables. Also, it looks like a tree.
At CES, Wolfram is pitching its numerical analysis middleware as the lingua franca for the so-called Internet of Things
But percentage-wise, the number of devices based on Apple OSes is increasing faster, according to the market research company
Alienware and Valve unveiled the "full potential" of the Steam Machine at CES on Monday.
Samsung's 2014 editions of the ATIV One 7 and Book 9 lean on its presence in the Android market to hopefully drive sales.
The ROG Swift PG278Q supports resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels; the PB287Q delivers 3840 by 2160 pixels.
Lenovo puts Android in a 28-inch 4K smart monitor and a 19.5-inch all-in-one PC
New displays include the ThinkVision 28 “smart monitor” and the ThinkVision Pro 2840m.