Slideshow: New Windows Devices Take Center Stage at CES
Jan. 10, 2012
Take a look at some of the world’s coolest Windows gadgets for 2012.

LAS VEGAS — Jan. 10, 2012 — For anyone interested in new consumer technologies, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is the place to be, as manufacturers from around the world converge on Las Vegas to show off the latest developments in PCs, phones, games and a range of other devices.

This year several major brands are unveiling hot new products that show off the latest hardware innovation for Windows. With new entries from Acer and ASUS to Samsung and Sony and everywhere in between, Windows phones and Windows 7-based PCs are out in force for 2012.

New Windows phones on display are garnering top consumer reviews. In the PC world, a range of multicore processors, solid-state drives and tons of memory allow today’s laptops to do most anything — and once stowed in your backpack, you’d hardly know they’re there. Meanwhile, a new breed of all-in-one PCs is combining the best of desktops, surface and tablet computers to create an exciting new category. And just wait until you see the largest PC yet — an 80-inch interactive whiteboard!

Take a look at today’s slideshow for some of the best of the best at CES.

Windows Devices at CES
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Acer Aspire S5 is one of the world’s thinnest notebooks, measuring only 15 mm at its maximal point. Weighing less than 1.35 kg and built with a 13.3-inch HD LED LCD, it features Windows 7, the unique Acer Green Instant On technology for fast boot and resume, and Acer Always Connect for accessing and managing multimedia and data anytime, anywhere.
Acer Aspire S5
Acer Aspire S5 is one of the world’s thinnest notebooks, measuring only 15 mm at its maximal point. Weighing less than 1.35 kg and built with a 13.3-inch HD LED LCD, it features Windows 7, the unique Acer Green Instant On technology for fast boot and resume, and Acer Always Connect for accessing and managing multimedia and data anytime, anywhere.
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