AMD's Fusion is ready to tackle consumer electronics devices and that's exactly what AMD showed us in their meeting room at CES with AMD APU based tablets running Windows 8 and an Android ICS x86 port. Plus, there's even a TV powered by an APU too.
At Microsoft's booth in CES, there's a whole array of the best products from their partner's ecosystem and we chanced upon some notable Ultrabooks you should keep tabs on. Some of them might eventually offer Windows 8, but that's another story for another time.
Microsoft Hardware Team gets ready for Chinese New Year with limited edition mice. No new breakthrough input devices yet for the upcoming Windows 8 OS, but more limited edition hardware that are uniquely designed are a good start.
Summing up Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s CES 2012 keynote speech, Microsoft's all geared up to ensure every connected device will eventually sport some form of the Metro UI that's now the core feature of Windows 8. Details and future goals are right after the jump.
CES only begins tomorrow officially, but we've got plenty of hard hitting updates from several press conferences and events. One of those is a sneak peek of a tablet using NVIDIA's Tegra 3 ARM-based processor, but running Windows 8. Check it out!
Not only does the Toshiba Excite Write tablet uses an NVIDIA Tegra 4 SoC, it also packs a high-res 2,560 x 1,600-pixel screen. The Write runs Android 4.2, has 2GB RAM, and supports digital pen input. Check out the video for more details.