Saturday, January 12, 2008

PCs @ CES - now a commodity
Nothing very exciting as far as PCs are concerned. HP is allowing users to personalize laptops with art. You can now choose from a wide range of skins. The laptops are still clunky and heavy. Vista underwhelms. Apple clearly is way ahead of most PC makers when it comes to software design and user interface.

Toshiba was displaying a whole slew of new innovations: face-recognition software, hand gesture interface, solid state PCs, etc.

There were several Ultra-light PCs on display. Most of them now come integrated with evdo or hsdpa. Nothing new and exciting features over the past couple of years.

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