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2011 Consumer Electonics Show Download

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My slides from the annual Santa Clara Valley IEEE Consumer Electronics Society "CES Download" - 1/25/11

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2011 Consumer Electonics Show Download

  1. 1. Highlights of CES-2011 tablets XOOM Tegra-2 tablets Honeycomb Sync tablets PlayBook Atrix tablets 4G-LTE tablets Mike Demler EDN Magazine
  2. 2. Highlights of CES-2011- Mike Demler, EDN Magazine • Verizon Wireless 4G-LTE rollout. • Motorola Mobility & Honeycomb. • NVIDIA and the Tegra-2. • Tablets, tablets, and more tablets. • The connected automobile.
  3. 3. Verizon Wireless 4G-LTE rollout @CES • LTE phones, tablets, notebooks, MiFi – LG Revolution, HTC ThunderBolt • Qualcomm Snapdragon – Motorola DROID Bionic 4G • NVIDIA Tegra2 dual-core – Samsung 4G LTE Smartphone • Tablets: Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy Tab
  4. 4. Motorola Mobility & Honeycomb Watch the demo• 1st tablet version of Android • NVIDIA Tegra2 dual-core processor • 3G on Verizon now, LTE upgrade Q2 • Motorola Atrix • Docks the Atrix smartphone to create a netbook
  5. 5. Tablets, tablets, and more tablets• Intel:Windows, MeeGo, Linux, Android • BlackBerry PlayBook: 4G WiMax• ARM: Tablets & eReaders • MIPS Tablets Watch the demo
  6. 6. The connected automobile- Too connected? • Manufacturers, after-market facilitating use of smartphone apps in the car. • Text-2-voice for Twitter, Facebook, SMS • U.S. DOT: DISTRACTION.GOV
  7. 7. Other Highlights of CES-2011 • NVIDIA “Project Denver” • Microsoft Windows on ARM • For more see my EDN Magazine blog – “The IC Design Corner” • Impressions from CES Day-1 (and you thought it didnt start until Thursday?) • CES Day-2: NVIDIA, Motorola, and you say you want to join the press corps? • CES Day-3: Its raining tablets! • More from CES: Blackberry PlayBook enters the battle of the 4G tablets

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