Desktops and Notebooks: Hot Laptops Spotted at CES: IdeaPad U1, Dell Adamo XPS, Alienware
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas serves many purposes for PC manufacturers and software makers. OEMs can display their traditional workhorsesLenovo's ThinkPad line, for exampleto show updates such as more powerful processors. These same companies can also show off some of their exotic creations, such as the Kohjinsha DZ Series laptop and its two 10.1-inch screens that slide out into one giant widescreen. Whatever the case, CES proves that there's a PC for just about anybody's needs. The following are some of the most interesting PCs found during first day of the event.