CES 2010 roundup

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This week plays host to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. And, although as the name suggests, it's a consumer focused show, there's plenty on offer for the business community too.

This year's event looks set to be bigger than previous shows with 330 new exhibitors, according to its organisers. That takes the overal exhibitor count to more than 2,500.

A wide range of new and future products will be unveiled and showcased at the event, so keep checking back here to see who's launched what and why in our roundup below.

"With a record number of new exhibitors, scores of new product introductions, several new Spotlights on the show floor and a dynamic lineup of keynotes sessions, the 2010 International CES will be our best show yet," said Gary Shapiro, president and chief executive of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), in a statement.

"More technology deals will be made during the four days of CES than anywhere else on earth. In fact, each CES attendee has an average of 12 meetings while at the show, reinforcing CES as the business hub for technology. Innovation is flourishing within the technology industry and the 2010 CES is the only place to see it all."

Intel to launch 32nm CPUs

US pricing for Office 2010 announced

HP reveals touch laptops and netbooks

Microsoft to announce tablet at CES?

Ballmer unveils new Microsoft tablet

Lenovo enters smartphone market

Toshiba unveils two new netbooks

Motorola unveils Backflip

HTC unveils Smart phone details

Dell unveils Android slate PC

Click here for sister title PC Pro's full coverage of CES.


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