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Intel unveiled four new desktop chips and some new desktop concepts, plus a sneak peek of its Broadwell fifth-generation Core architecture.
Not only did the traditional PC market record the sharpest dip on record for 2014, but the market is expected to shrink through 2018.
While profits were up modestly from the 2012 fourth quarter, Intel's 2013 earnings came in under Wall Street estimates. Still, the chipmaker said PC sales were actually stronger than expected for the last three months of the year.
Worldwide PC shipments dipped again in the fourth quarter of 2013, but analysts said that they believe the market is leveling out. Lenovo continued to hold the top spot as the world's leading PC supplier.
Lenovo, HP, and Acer show Android all-in-ones, but the success of such PCs remains in question.
Gigabyte finally stopped the teasing and unveiled the Brix Pro at CES 2014—a miniature PC with Intel's high-end Iris Pro integrated graphics.
If you're the kind of person who wanders around your kitchen commanding various devices to play Rolling Stones hits, this new technology may be for you.
In addition to its first all-in-one to run Android 4.3 instead of Windows, the company also announced several new Windows laptops and desktops at CES.
New displays include the ThinkVision 28 “smart monitor” and the ThinkVision Pro 2840m.
Company also shows off its 27-inch Horizon 2 and the WQHD A740 at CES.
Grab a can of compressed air and apply a little elbow grease—it's time to get down and dirty with that dusty PC of yours.
Relive Apple's highs and lows with this video review of the company's 2013 product releases.
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The South Korean company said it was unveiling an all-in-one computer running Chrome OS at the International CES show