Although it was the first official day of CES, it was third day in week-long marathon for us. Join us as we hit our trade show stride–live (ok, not exactly live, but close enough) from the Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center with PCMag’s Dan Costa.
Host: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Darren Murph,
Guest: Dan Costa (PCMag)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:00:20 – PCMag editor-in-chief Dan Costa
00:01:30 – Engadget CES 2012 Trailer Tour
00:07:25 – Intel mounting ‘biggest advertising campaign since 2003′ for Ultrabooks
00:13:10 – Dell’s XPS 13 Ultrabook: IT-friendly, 128GB SSD and backlit keyboard standard, arrives in February for $999
00:15:35 – Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus shown on Engadget’s CES stage by David Owens!
00:19:10 – Motorola and Intel hold hands for multi-year, multi-device partnership, shipments start 2H 2012
00:19:35 – Lenovo K800 Intel Medfield smartphone hands-on (video)
00:19:55 – Intel’s first Medfield smartphone is Lenovo’s K800, coming first to China Unicom in Q2 with Android 4.0
00:32:35 – Polaroid announces Android-powered SC1630 Smart Camera, slated for release this year
00:33:35 – Polaroid SC1630 Android HD smart camera hands-on, is it a cameraphone or a phonecamera?
00:37:45 – Sony Xperia S hands-on (video)
00:42:00 – AT&T PlayStation Vita 3G hands-on, races PlayStation 3 on WipeOut (video)
00:42:25 – Transformer Prime gets a fresh serving of Ice Cream Sandwich, we go hands-on
00:46:00 – Toshiba 13- and 7.7-inch tablet prototypes hands-on (video)
00:53:40 – BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 hands-on (video)
01:05:02 – Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with TransferJet
01:08:10 – Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Ford
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