Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015 Wrap Up

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Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place in Las Vegas, like it does every year. The show is now over and we've seen a ton exciting stuff shown off by various companies along with a bunch of announcements. We worked hard in order to deliver all sorts of news your way and give you a glimpse of CES. A member of the AH team, Nick Sutrich, reported directly from Las Vegas. Nick did a great job and provided a lot of content for us to use, including news, photos and some exclusive stuff, like the interview with Carl Pei from OnePlus, for example. We, on the other end, did the best we could in order to pass that news onto you as soon as we possibly could, which resulted in some great response from you guys, and we'd like to thank you for that.

That being said, we're here to give you a list of what got announced at CES along with all our hands-ons, in case you missed something. We'll list our hands-ons and announcements separately, by dates, down below, so that you have a nice and quick way to read everything should you choose to do so. Before I do that, however, it is worth mentioning that this year's CES did not disappoint. We've seen LG launch their 2nd-gen G Flex handset, the G Flex 2, which is powered by Qualcomm's newest Snapdragon 810 SoC. Lenovo announced their two new smartphone offerings, X2 Pro and P90, and HTC showcased their Desire 826 handset. Nvidia also had something to say, the company has released their new Tegra X1 processor, etc. There were a lot of announcements at CES, and it would take ages to talk about all of them, so we'll just list them for you so that you can easily access them, as I already mentioned. Here we go.

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CES 2015 Hands-Ons:

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CES 2015 Announcements:

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January 7:

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