Plug Dell's dongle into a monitor or HDTV with a mouse and keyboard, and you'll get secure access to Android apps, cloud services, or your own remote PC. Whether this will be a good deal remains to be seen.
No, CES is not a simple exposition of electronics wares. It is a visual overload of high-tech pageantry and stupid human tricks.
The CES International Pavilion is full of endless aisles of austere booths that all look alike, but it's home of some of the show's weirdest gadgets.
Fitness- and health-related tech is booming if CES 2013 is any indication, and how you exercise is about to change in a big way. Here's some of what you can expect to see in the not-too-distant future.
With fascinating interpretations of what a Windows 8 device can be, the CES gadget fest still offered high points for PC enthusiasts. Behold the 10 best machines we saw.
Mauz is a tiny accessory that plugs into your smartphone, turning it into a controller for everything from laptops to set-top boxes. A working prototype was on display at CES 2013; it's on track for a June release.
Audio vendor Sennheiser released a black version of its almost-new Momentum headphones, and introduced its high-end IE 800 canalphones for the discerning audiophile.
There’s now a third option in the earbud/over-ear debate thanks the Aftershokz open-ear headphones.