Best of CES 2013 In Pictures

Here's what's grabbing our attention right now at the sprawling CES 2013 gadget show in Las Vegas.

CES 2013

CES 2013

Christmas, as usual, comes late for the serious phone addicts, tablet-o-philes and general gizmo junkies among us. Here’s a look at some of our favorites, so far, from CES 2013, which is happening right now in Las Vegas. We’ll be adding to this slideshow throughout the week as we come across cool new products from CES, so please check back.

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Linksys 802.11ac routers
Cisco

Linksys 802.11ac routers

Cisco’s moving into the 802.11ac space in earnest with a new range of home routers designed to work with the high-speed wireless standard. The devices will go on sale “in the spring,” according to Cisco, though no pricing data was provided.

Broadcom gigabit DOCSIS cable gateways
Broadcom

Broadcom gigabit DOCSIS cable gateways

Broadcom says these gateways – powered by a SoC that uses a technique called channel bonding to greatly increase connection speeds – will provide gigabit wireless Internet access from anywhere in the home, when paired with the company’s 802.11ac-based wireless routers.

Toshiba L9300 UHD TVs
Toshiba

Toshiba L9300 UHD TVs

The flood is here – a ton of the biggest companies at CES have ultra-HD (1440p) resolution TVs coming out at this year’s show. Toshiba’s L9300 line was announced Sunday night.

Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon
Lenovo

Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon

Lenovo’s latest all-in-one desktop is basically a gigantic tablet – touch-sensitive screen and all.

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix
Lenovo

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix

Ultrabooks aren’t dead, they just…kind of didn’t take off in 2012 after all the hype at last year’s CES, but several companies – including Lenovo – are pursuing the idea with a “convertible” twist at this year’s CES.

YotaPhone
YotaPhone

YotaPhone

It’s an e-ink reader! It’s a regular smartphone! It’s…YotaPhone, for those of you who need two screens on the same gadget. (We’ll be getting our hands on one on Tuesday, so stay tuned.)

Panasonic WhisperRecessed ventilation fan
Panasonic

Panasonic WhisperRecessed ventilation fan

Another twofer, this combination light fixture/vent fan is both highly energy efficient and a potentially handy space-saver. It’s already won a CES Innovations 2013 design and engineering award.

Sony Xperia Z
GSMArena

Sony Xperia Z

Ho-hum. Another day, another smartphone with a huge 5-inch display showing content in full HD. Oh, and rumor has it this one will have a glass back, like the Nexus 4 or the iPhone.

Fulton Innovation’s two-way wireless power
Fulton

Fulton Innovation’s two-way wireless power

Using the Qi wireless power standard, Fulton Innovation has managed to create a tablet that not only charges wirelessly, but can, in turn, charge a smartphone in the same way.

Acer Iconia Tab B1-A71
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Acer Iconia Tab B1-A71

This is a fairly low-end device from a hardware standpoint - 1024x600 display (7-inch), 512MB RAM, 1.2GHz processor – but the “sub-$150” price could help it stand out in the increasingly competitive small tablet market. Acer says the Jelly Bean-powered B1-A71 is designed specifically for new tablet users, or families that need a second tablet for the kids.

Haier Smart TVs
Haier

Haier Smart TVs

Aiming to get an edge on a quickly growing smart TV market, Haier is teaming up with Roku to offer TVs with seamless compatibility with Roku internet TV streaming devices. The company is also partnering with Qualcomm to stream its interactive media as a standard feature on its TVs, and announced eye-control and facial-recognition technology on its new devices.