The International CES (CES) is a major technology-related trade show held from January 7th to January 10th in Las Vegas, Nevada (USA). Expect a lot of previews and new product announcements: Tom's Hardware cover the event live during 4 days! Follow us on twitter @tomshardware or bookmark this page for the best of CES 2014.
Nvidia Tegra K1 In-Depth: The Power Of An Xbox In A Mobile SoC?
Jan 6, 2014 - in Reviews
Nvidia gave us an early look at its Tegra K1 SoC at its headquarters in Santa Clara. By far the most noteworthy change is a shift from programmable vertex and pixel shaders to the company's Kepler architecture, enabling exciting new graphics capabilities.
Update: Intel Expands Our Battery Testing At CES 2013
Jan 9, 2013 - in Reviews
We've already shown that x86 competes readily with ARM's simpler architecture when it comes to battery life. We continue our investigation at this year's CES, where Intel came packing its own tests on four current-generation tablets.
In Pictures: The Girls Of CES 2012
Jan 19, 2012 - in Picture Story
CES 2012 was filled to the brim with new tablets and 3D display technology, but somehow exhibitors found a way to include booth models as part of their showcase. Take a peek through our picture story to see some of what we saw this year in Las Vegas.
Chris Angelini On Tom's Hardware In 2012
Jan 16, 2012 - in Reviews
I just got back from CES 2012. And although I’ve attended a great many Consumer Electronics Shows, Computexes, and Comdexes (never a CeBIT), this year’s show was by far the most intense. It wasn’t that there were tons of really awesome products. In fact,
CES 2011 Wrap-Up: Stuff We Almost Missed
Jan 23, 2011 - in Picture Story
While our news team set off to cover big events, our editorial team covered closed-door meetings. We did get a bit of time to walk the show's floor, however, in search of updates from some of your favorite brands, including notebooks, PSUs, and storage.
In Pictures: The Most Promising Tech Of 2010
Feb 5, 2010 - in Picture Story
The economy is on a slippery slope and there's much unrest in the world. But not to worry—2010 promises to be awesome for tech! Here are some of the products and technologies that we're anticipating over the course of the next 12 months.
CES 2010, Wrap-Up: Zotac, OCZ, And SteelSeries
Jan 11, 2010 - in Reviews
CES 2010 is officially over, but we have one more day's worth of coverage to give you. Loyd's wrap-up includes a tantalizing shot of Intel's second-gen Atom with Nvidia's GT218 core, an OCZ USB 3.0 external SSD, and a new headset from SteelSeries.
CES 2010, Day 3: Thermaltake, Gigabyte, MSI, And Shuttle
Jan 8, 2010 - in Reviews
The motherboard vendors are out in force today. Loyd visited with Gigabyte to see its upcoming USB 3.0- and SATA 6 Gb/s-equipped boards, while MSI was showing off its LucidLogix Hydra-equipped Fuzion platform. Thermaltake has some new accessories, too.
CES 2010, Day 2: Tegra 2, Asus, CoolIT, And Seagate's USB 3.0
Jan 8, 2010 - in Reviews
The second day of CES is now behind us, and Loyd is back with another report on his sightings from the show floor, including Nvidia's Tegra 2 launch, Seagate's move to USB 3.0 external HDDs, new liquid coolers from CoolIT, and Asus' emphasis on P55.
CES 2010, Day 1: AMD CPUs, DX11 Goes Mobile, Fermi Spotted
Jan 7, 2010 - in Reviews
Loyd Case is back after a first day of running around Las Vegas pre-CES. His meetings with ATI, Zalman, Patriot, and Nvidia have yielded information on the first DirectX 11 mobile GPUs, AMD's CPU strategy for the year, and a sneak peek at Fermi in action.
CES 2010, Day 0: The Calm Before The Storm
Jan 6, 2010 - in Reviews
As Loyd Case, one of our on-site correspondents for CES 2010 in Las Vegas, settles in for the show's big start tomorrow morning, he is already seeing and hearing some of its big themes. Keeping checking back, as Loyd will be publishing new coverage daily!
CES '09: Morsels From Our Meetings
Jan 16, 2009 - in Reviews
Last week you heard from our news team, right from the CES 2009 show floor. Meanwhile, editorial was running around from one closed-door meeting to the next. Much of it will be fleshed out during the year, but here's a peek at what we can talk about.