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Hottest devices launched at CES 2012

Hottest devices launched at CES 2012

Acer Aspire S5,  Lenovo S2 smartphone, Lenovo IdeaTab Tablet S2, Samsung inTouch HD were among some of the hottest devices launched at CES 2012.

Acer Aspire S5
Acer Aspire S5
If Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook was thin, then we will have to look for new words to define the S5. This ultra-slim device has a maximum thickness of 15 mm and weighs less than 1.35 kg despite the 13.3-inch LCD. The Aspire S5 features an Intel Core processor, SSD storage for speed and increased shock resistance, professionally-tuned Dolby Home Theater v4, long battery life.

Lenovo S2 smartphone
Lenovo S2 smartphone
The latest entrant in the smartphone race is Lenovo with its S2- yes, another S2. The phone tries to do a BlackBerry with advanced security systems and secure networks. However, the phone, despite its dual-core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, will run Android v2.3 (Gingerbread), not Android v4.0.

Lenovo IdeaTab Tablet S2
Lenovo IdeaTab Tablet S2
Lenovo has also come up with a new tablet featuring Android v4.0, or the Ice-Cream Sandwich. The 10-inch S2- yes, yet another S2-connects to a detachable keyboard, like the Asus Transformer. With a dual-core 1.7GHz processor, the S2 tablet will have 64GB of storage and weigh 60 gm.


Samsung inTouch HD
Lenovo IdeaTab Tablet S2
Samsung inTouch HD
Samsung's new inTouch add-on for HDTVs lets them become smart TVs by adding web functionality. The Wi-Fiequipped add-on unit also features a 720p webcam for HD Skype video chat and throws in some basic apps and browsing to make old HDTVs smarter.

Courtesy: Gadgets and Gizmos