Eye Candy: A Look at Some of the Coolest New Hardware at CES
Jan. 07, 2013
As the consumer electronics industry’s largest annual forum kicks off, here’s a look at some of the latest and greatest hardware debuting in 2013.

LAS VEGAS — Jan. 7, 2013 — It’s that time again. The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is taking flight this week as one of the world’s biggest showcases for all things digital.

The PC world is igniting this year with the launch of Windows 8, a remarkable cumulative effort across the industry. The result: more than 1,500 new PCs and devices certified for Windows 8 — many on display this week at CES.

New capabilities in Windows 8 including touch input have led to differentiation in the market, with manufacturers designing convertibles, tablets, all-in-ones and table PCs.

Here’s a look at some standout products from the likes of Samsung, Lenovo, ASUS and newcomer Vizio. Enjoy!

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Delivering professional performance in a thinner and lighter form factor, the new Series 7 Chronos provides enhanced processing power. Ten-finger multitouch capabilities enhance the overall experience, allowing people to interact directly with the screen as well as the touchpad and keyboard. With a full aluminum body, the new Series 7 Chronos follows the design DNA of its predecessor while packing a powerful Intel quad-core processor with up to 16 GB of memory, up to 1 TB of storage and dedicated 2GB external graphics into a slim chassis that measures just 20.9mm (0.82 inches). The laptop wakes up in as little as two seconds and boots in under 12 seconds, making it ready at a moment’s notice to access virtually anything the user needs for serious work.
Samsung Series 7 Chronos
January 07, 2013
Delivering professional performance in a thinner and lighter form factor, the new Series 7 Chronos provides enhanced processing power. Ten-finger multitouch capabilities enhance the overall experience, allowing people to interact directly with the screen as well as the touchpad and keyboard. With a full aluminum body, the new Series 7 Chronos follows the design DNA of its predecessor while packing a powerful Intel quad-core processor with up to 16 GB of memory, up to 1 TB of storage and dedicated 2GB external graphics into a slim chassis that measures just 20.9mm (0.82 inches). The laptop wakes up in as little as two seconds and boots in under 12 seconds, making it ready at a moment’s notice to access virtually anything the user needs for serious work.
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