CES show to see changing of guard in tech sector

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    tobolski

    Microsoft, Intel and H-P will not be missed. The Microsoft booth was always huge but boring. H-P never seemed to bring anything new or astounding. Panasonic & Samsung have been dazzling folks for the last few years at CES and I expect more of the same this year.

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    Korlacan Khanthavilay

    I don't see the point of MS or Intel even being there. They'll keep selling their products, whether there or not. Their names will be plastered over half the goods there anyways.

    HP and Dell just don't have a forward thinking outlook. Nothing they make is all that good and even their move into the tablet field is disappointing. I've never had problems with Dell products, but everything they were making was so "blah". I made the move to HP, which was nice. Now, everything I seem to get from them overheat. Their QA has gone downhill. Since then, I've jumped to Acer as I've had great luck with their Android tablets.

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    edbardoe

    All the mobil devices depend on subsidized (by taxpayers) internet access at speeds not "free" in the usa. This is an urban service and with 50% of Americans still living outside of big cities, and our already bankrupt government, hard to support. Evironmentalists (otherwise know as marxists) demand we all move to high rises in the city, are they getting funds from the mobile device industry?

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