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Consumer Electronics Show 2011: What to expect?


LG will unveil the world’s largest Full LED-backlight LCD 3D TV, the 72-inch LZ9700. The TV will also be fitted with LG’s Smart TV functions to deliver premium content from global and local providers. In addition, the Korean company may also showcase high-end Android-based “LG B” phone that claims to be super slim and super bright.


NEC may have pulled out their mobile computers in Singapore, but at the upcoming CES Show, the manufacturer will showcase the Dual Screen Cloud Communicator tablet, as well as the single-screen version. The tablet will come bundled with a stylus which means the display is probably resistive touchscreen instead of capacitive. NEC will also debut the entire line of products and services based on Google’s Android platform.


The Motorola MotoPad tablet prototype was spotted at D: Dive Into Mobile conference by Google VP Andy Rubin. The 7-inch tablet device is powered by dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and runs Android 3.0 (or is it 2.4) Honeycomb.

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