Portability seemed to be the flavour of the month in terms of product launches, with many vendors revealing new notebooks and other form factors.
HP unveiled a number of netbooks, as well as the TouchSmart TM2 – the firm’s first consumer-focused convertible notebook with multi-touch functionality.
Lenovo launched a similar device – the IdeaPad U1 hybrid notebook, which can be use as a laptop or slate PC.
Sony bolstered its Vaio laptop series with new models, each addressing a particular market segment.
Asus, meanwhile, expanded its Republic of Gamers range with a new notebook, as well as components and a desktop.
Trust unveiled a number of notebook accessories for fashion-aware users, including a laptop bag, speakers and a mousemat.
Finally, Stone Group’s new offerings were aimed at the education market, including an energy-saving laptop, an all-in-one machine and two compact desktops.