CES 2013 to Showcase Latest Smartphones, Sharper Mobile Graphics, TVs
The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, which opens Jan. 8 in Las Vegas, will give technology producers an opportunity to introduce new products that could become the top sellers of the year. From televisions to computers to smartphones, a host of products will be on display. There’s even a chance that some vendors will unveil new devices that will reshape markets or even create an entirely new one. By the time CES adjourns on Jan. 11, technology buyers will have a much clearer view on where the technology industry is headed for the next couple of years. CES puts a spotlight on emerging trends and helps the world determine where they should spend their technology dollars, pounds, yen, Yuan or deutschmarks. It’s an exciting time. This eWEEK slide show will take a look at the products and trends that will likely be the talk of this year’s show. If all goes well, the event—and its aftermath—will be something today’s technology customers won’t want to miss.
Enhanced Mobile Graphics
Mobile gaming is becoming a huge market opportunity for developers. And that’s largely due to enhanced mobile graphics technologies from companies like Nvidia. At CES, several devices will likely be on display showing how far mobile graphics have come over the last several months.