Will Tablets, e-Readers, and Netbooks Bridge the Gap between Smartphones and Laptops?

Article

The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show recently concluded in Las Vegas; but aside from everything transforming into 3D, there were some other advances and introductions in the world of tech gadgets that are worth mentioning.

The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) recently concluded in Las Vegas; but aside from everything transforming into 3D, there were some other advances and introductions in the world of tech gadgets that are worth mentioning.

the AP's Haven Daley from the CES in Las Vegas about how

companies are aiming to bridge the gap between smartphones and laptops by offering new tablets, e-readers and netbooks

.

For further reading, check out this New York Times article.

Be sure to also check out an archived chat of our coverage of CES, featuring a Q&A with physician Larry Chu.

Here's a report from

Related Videos
Atul Malhotra, MD | Credit: Kyle Dykes; UC San Diego Health
Edward V Loftus, Jr, MD | Credit: Mayo Clinic
Connective Tissue Disease Brings Dermatology & Rheumatology Together
A panel of 5 cardiovascular experts
Bhanu Prakash Kolla, MBBS, MD: Treating Sleep with Psychiatric Illness
Video 5 - "Real-World Insights: Navigating Cardiac Myosin inhibitors in Practice" - Featuring 1 KOL
Taha Qazi, MD | Credit: Cleveland Clinic
Taha Qazi, MD | Credit: Cleveland Clinic
Taha Qazi, MD | Credit: Cleveland Clinic
A panel of 5 cardiovascular experts
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.