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CES 2012

CES 2012 Week

The Consumer Electronics Show - CES to its friends - takes place in Las Vegas this week. It's the biggest show of its kind in the world and is the launch pad for almost all of 2012's most important technology products.

Just ahead of CES' official opening tomorrow, 10 January, Reg Hardware today starts its CES Week - seven days of dedicated coverage.

And not just news of the latest, hottest products - though there will be plenty of that - but also special App of the Week columns, plus special features and, of course, we'll be announcing the winners of our Reg Hardware Awards.

Check back here regularly - we'll be listing all our CES 2012 coverage below.

CES 2012 News

TV

Lenovo outs Ice Cream Sarnie telly
LG: 1mm bezel on your telly, anyone?
LG to show 55in, 4mm-thick OLED TV at CES

Computers and Tablets

Acer unveils 'world's thinnest' Ultrabook
Lenovo primed with keyboard-connectable tablet
Acer intros skinny 15in notebook
CES outing for 'world's thinnest' tablet, Ultrabook, says Toshiba
LG preps '14in screen in 13in chassis' Ultrabook

Smartphones and Mobility

iPhone demand strong months after 4S release
Sony Ericsson hints at major CES product launch

Gadgets

Parrot takes flight with next-gen quadricopter
Ubuntu hoists skirt, flashes 'concept' gadget at CES

Odds and Sods

1TB USB stick shoved into Swiss Army penknife
75 wirelessly charged devices will demo at CES

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