Sharp Canada this week announced its new 2012 Consumer Electronics line-up of nearly 20 large screen 60-inch plus TVs including the companies first 80 inch 3D LED TV.
The 2012 LCD TV line-up consists of five different series – the Aquos 5/6/7/8 and 9 – in sizes ranging from 60 to 80 inches in size. Sharp says all of the televisions will meet or exceed Energy Star version 5.3 standards meaning they will draw a relatively small amount of power for their screen sizes.
Huawei, a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company, today unveiled the Ascend P1 S at CES which it says will be the world’s slimmest smartphone.
Expected to arrive on retail shelves in April, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich powered device will be just 6.68mm thick.
At CES in Las Vegas today, Acer unveiled the Aspire S5 which the company claims is the world’s thinnest Ultrabook which measures just 15 mm at the maximal point.
An Ultrabook is a computer in a category of higher-end thin and lightweight ultraportable laptops, defined by a specification from Intel. The devices feature a low voltage Intel processor, integrated graphics and flash-based drives.
Vizio, the largest seller of LCD HDTV’s in North America, said today it is expanding into mobile space with the introduction of the Vizio smartphone and tablet. Both will run on the Android operating system and allow owners to access apps through the Android Market.