CES 2012: Windows 8 Gaze, Ultrabooks, Kinect for Windows and Much, Much More

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Top Announcements So Far

\"EyeWe learned more about the Gaze tech on Monday; it\’s an emerging technology to be included on Windows 8 PCs and tablets. Users will be able to control Windows with their eye movements and fingers. In the near future we will use our eyes to point to items and our fingers to select the items.

>Read more about the Gaze technology, brought to us from the Swedish company Tobii

If you\’ve been wanting to use Kinect but don\’t have an Xbox 360, we\’ve got news for you! The Microsoft Kinect is now available for pre-order for Windows. Imagine being able to play Kinect-enabled PC games and control Windows with your hands, body, and voice. Also officially announced was that this is in fact Microsoft\’s last appearance at CES.

>Read more about Kinect for Windows

Asus has announced its insanely high performance quad-core ASUS Transformer Prime 700 Series tablet; marking it the best tablet in the market in terms of performance. The 10.1-inch tablet has a high-res of 1920 x 1200 and crazy-good quad-core Tegra 3 performance.

>Read more about the ASUS Transformer Prime 700

So many Ultrabooks have hit the market after Intel pushed for a new category of notebooks that are based on ultra-thin and ultra-portable form factors. We\’ve got you covered on the tops Ultrabook hits at CES this year, including the Dell XPS 13, Samsung Series 5, and the now unnamed Toshiba Satellite consumer ultrabook.

>Read more about the Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook


Asus Transformer Prime 700 prototype

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