It’s official guys! Even as smartphone enthusiasts gear up for CES 2011, the annual gadget trade show, U.S. wireless carrier Sprint has announced Jan. 9 as the release date of its newest Android phone from HTC.
Mitsubishi Electric plans to display 3D-ready Diamond projector at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011.
JVC is all set to exhibit their new THX 3D certified projectors at the CES 2011 this week at Las Vegas.
Samsung Mobile Display (SMD) is all set to unveil its latest prototype AMOLED displays and a pair of larger qFHD transparent prototypes at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show 2011 in Las Vegas.
Italian company Santech has announced that its first Intel Sandy Bridge processor powered notebook Santech N67 will debut at the CES 2011 which is just around the corner.
Vizio, the U.S. company better known for its flat screen TVs and Blu-ray players, is all set to launch a smartphone and tablet computer. And these are likely to be showcased at CES 2011.
Toshiba is set to unveil its AMD powered netbook NB550D at the CES 2011 at Las Vegas next week, and may launch during Q1 of 2011. The price tag of Toshiba NB550D is not yet known.
Asus is set to launch laptops powered by Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors. The flagship gaming rig Asus G73SW, its smaller version G53SW, and laptops from Asus N53SV and N73SV series are likely to be unveiled at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas.