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Engadget has left the building: this was CES 2011

Engadget: We came. We saw. We conquered (in our own, gadget-obsessed way). Yes, CES 2011 happened, and we were there for every heart stopping minute of it. This was definitely one for the record books; not only did we bring the biggest team we've ever had to the show, but the gear we saw this year was some of the most interesting and career-affirming stuff we've looked at in a long time.

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TekGoblin: TonidoPlug Review - Your Own Personal Cloud

TekGoblin:

While at CES this year we came across the creators of an innovative device called the TonidoPlug. The TonidoPlug is a device which will allow you to create your own personal cloud at home and access it from anywhere and also functions as a NAS device. Our friends over at CodeLathe have sent us a TonidoPlug to review.

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Aigo A8 phone with 14MP camera shown at CES 2011

Impressed by Nokia N8 12MP camera? Then take a look at the new creation called A8 (a.k.a. Altek LEO) from Chinese company Aigo. They have made a cellphone with 14MP camera with autofocus, xenon flash, CCD sensor and 3x optic zoom. Also you can record videos at 720p HD quality. Camera looks quite amazing, but other specifications are also not bad.

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Which? Convo's CES 2011 product highlights

Which? Convo: This year’s Consumer Electronics Show attracted 140,000 industry professionals and over 2,700 companies. Which? Tech sent a team of six to cover all of the show’s new products – here are their highlights.

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techie4847d ago

Hm, I'm not convinced by the PlayBook. Plus that's a stupid name for a tablet - sounds like a Hugh Heffner production.