Consumer Electronics Show 2011 Roundup So Far

We’ve been bringing you all the news from CES 2011 down in Las Vegas and have already posted dozens of articles on new products and what new to expect from some of the major manufacturers. Information is flooding in fast and the show only actually officially began today so imagine how much more there is to come over the next few days.

We thought you might appreciate a roundup of some of the highlights so far with some of the biggest products and stories from CES so we’ll give you links to just a few of our articles where you can find much more. On a practical note head to the following links if you want to find out about the CES keynotes or the schedule but now let’s look at some of the best things from CES so far.

Tablets seem to be the big news this CES and we told you about the intriguing iPad 2 case which turned up giving some clues about the next-generation iPad and another tablet reported on was the Asus Eee MeMo running on Android Honeycomb, to be released in June. Don’t forget the much talked-about Notion Ink Adam tablet device which was seen hands-on and of course today we got a closer look at the Motorola Xoom which will be the very first tablet out running on Honeycomb. RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook was also seen and previewed and we noted this had the potential to really grab hold of the tablet market.

Next you might want to find out more about a mammoth Mitsubishi DLP HDTV with a 92-inch screen….yes you read that right! It seems that Mitsubishi is planning big things for its TV range in 2011, in more ways than one. We took a closer look at the range of Philips products for 2011 in the way of LED TVs and Blu-ray players and also posted an article on Toshiba glasses-free 3D HDTVs due in 2011 and 2012. Sony then came under our attention and our article told you about the new range of 3D and internet-connected devices.

One of the new phones to grab our attention was the Xperia Arc from Sony Ericsson, a super-slimline phone which looks truly impressive, and we also told you how AT&T announced 20 new 4G devices due out. A Windows Phone 7 update from CES gave us the news that both Verizon and Sprint would be carrying Windows Phone 7 handsets and we also gave you information about 2 new Motorola 4G devices to be carried by Verizon and AT&T, the Droid Bionic 4G and the Atrix 4G. It has also been speculated that Apple may make an announcement at CES about a Verizon iPhone product event planned for next Tuesday so fingers crossed for that one.

These are just a few of the articles we’ve given you from CES 2011 so far and we shall, of course, be doing our best to keep you up-to-date with events over the next few days. Here at OSM we always like to hear your thoughts so feel free to send in your comments and we’ll continue to keep you posted.