The IDG Daily staff are looking forward to seeing more motion-controlled computing at the world's biggest IT fair.
Hoping to do for personal computers what Microsoft has done for gaming, Asus will soon put on sale a motion-sensing device that looks and works like the Xbox Kinect.
Great performance and gaming meet sleek design and a weak keyboard.
Asus has announced a range of motherboards and laptops that support Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors.
According to unnamed sources Acer, Asus and Lenovo may soon offer alternatives to Apple's ultra-thin computer.