Mobile Computing at CES – X-Over 2011

Updated on 15 January 2011 by

IMG_6364 This is not the first time we’ve discussed the crossover between pro/productive/full-os mobility and the continuing threat/opportunities offered by mobile operating systems.

See: Mobile Changover – What’s Your Plan? for more from June 2010.

CES 2011 was an absolute whirlwind of crossover products and after a week of note-taking, I’ve put together a report. Following the crossover theme, I’ve published it over at Carrypad!

Report: Mobile Computing at CES 2011 – The X-Over Year

Don’t forget, Meet:Mobility Podcast 62 covers a lot of this ground too and includes perspectives from JKKMobile and Netbooknews.

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  7. turn_self_off says:

    you really did get some mileage out of that bird.

  8. Gearsguy says:

    In my opinion, this was the worst CES ever.

    All it was was tons of tablets.

  9. dude says:

    I agree, just a bunch of tablets. We’re going backwards. These mobile devices are getting less and less useful.

  10. gdude says:

    Yup. Netbooks are less useful than notebooks and tablets are less useful than netbooks. What’s worse is that while netbooks are cheaper than notebooks, tablets are cheaper (the really crappy ones), the same price or even more expensive than netbooks.

  11. al says:

    while the tablets running windows may be hard to use with the tablets touch screen dont forget you can plug a keyboard and mouse into many ,one of the more usefull looking ones is the asus eee slate with a 12.1″ screen.

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