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We've spent the past week in Las Vegas looking at the products unveiled at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. These 10 stand out from the crowd.
PCWorld and TechHive editors have spent the past week at International CES. Here are the 10 products that stand out from the crowd.
Intel's depth cameras, which it will supply to a number of PC makers in the coming year, impressed in a hands-on demo here in Vegas.
This concept PC's motherboard is located in its kickstand, and it moves like a contortionist.
Lenovo, HP, and Acer show Android all-in-ones, but the success of such PCs remains in question.
But percentage-wise, the number of devices based on Apple OSes is increasing faster, according to the market research company
Laptops with the integrated 3D camera will be available later this year from OEMs including Acer, Asus, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, and NEC.
The Chromebook ranks swell thanks to Toshiba, whose first entry also happens to be the first 13-inch Chromebook.
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.
Lower pricing hasn't stopped Lenovo from adding a gaggle of new features and innovations to its latest hybrid laptops and tablets.
Plenty of business and consumer computers in the lineup, including an all-new Yoga 2.
Acer's TA272 HUL all-in-one has a 27-inch touch display with a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels.
Acer's new touchscreen Chromebook is an awful lot like its other touchscreen Chromebook, but it's white.