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With CES 2013 coming to a close, we take a look at the Twitter feeds of some of the brands showcasing their new technology at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
This year Samsung has unveiled a number of new products, including its new Series 7 touchscreen laptops, an 85-inch Ultra HD TV, the Galaxy S II Plus, and a bendable smartphone prototype.
Nvidia announced its handheld gaming system ‘Project Shield’ at this year’s show. The device can play Android games as well as stream titles from your Steam library.
Valve’s highly anticipated ‘Steam Box’ was finally revealed at CES, specifically designed for use with Steam and its Big Picture mode.
The German gaming brand showed of its latest peripherals, including the Ryos, the firm’s first mechanical gaming keyboard.
CES 2013 was all about break records for Huawei, who unveiled the world’s largest smartphone as well as the world’s smallest data card.
It wouldn’t be CES without the insanely popular Hello Kitty splashing its face across a range of gadgets, and this year is no different.
Technology manufacturer Kogan unveiled an Android smartphone costing just £119.
The firm has made the jump from system boutique vendor to PC vendor with the announcement of its Revolt custom PC.
LEGO-loving iPhone owners rejoice – official iPhone cases have arrived!
One of PCR’s most viewed stories from CES the week has been the concept video for Microsoft’s IllumiRoom.
After weeks of speculation and rumour, Acer finally announced its Iconia B1-A71 tablet at this year’s event.
HP focused mostly on monitors at this year’s CES, with its new range featuring the firm’s first portable USB-powered monitor.
Two notable products from Polaroid include an Android camera and a tablet for children.
Lenovo unveiled its ‘rip and flip’ ThinkPad Helix.
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