The visual appeal of Asus' latest Zenbook, the UX305, is immediately obvious, with its half-inch-thick aluminum shell and "Obsidian" finish. The price, at $699, is just as appealing.
Whispers about innovations that take advantage of so-called microfluidic technology that can create buttons that rise and disappear on demand are finally coming to fruition in the form of Phorm.
They may be great for keeping hyperactive kids occupied and as a second computer screen, but tablets are having a hard time luring users to shell out for more, according to IDC's latest report on tablet sales.
Earlier at CES, Dell touted its new consumer-oriented Inspiron laptops. Now Dell's showing off its new business-focused XPS laptops, like the XPS 13, with better graphics and longer battery life.
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