The biggest tablet news from the 2014 International CES show

by David Needle

January 11 2014

It's a wrap. The giant International CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas ended Friday with plenty of news and new products for mobile and tablet users. 

Samsung made the biggest tablet announcement with its Pro series that includes giant (for a tablet) 12.2-inch Android models. But Lenovo, HP, Panasonic, Sony and others showed new tablets as well and there was also news on the accessory front. 

Will your next tablet include both Android and Windows operating systems? Intel thinks it's a good idea, but others, like Lenovo's North America President? Not so much. 

Here are 12 handy links to our CES coverage. 

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Audi's Smart Display is a 10.2-inch Android tablet for you car

HP's latest - a super-thin 2-in-1 laptop and tablet for business

Intel's Dual OS strategy aims to make Android and Windows available to tablet users on one device

Intel makes big push for 3-D technology in 2-in-1 hybrid notebooks and tablets

Dual boot Android Windows tablets? Lenovo's President is not a fan

Eyefly nanotech filter brings 3D to the iPad Air without glasses

Lenovo's new ThinkPad 8 aims to take on the iPad mini

Matching mesh cover protects iPad Air's backside, secures front cover

Olloclip bets there is a market for iPad photography - readies 4-in1 lens

Panasonic breaks new rugged ground with 7-inch Toughpad tablet

Samsung first out with 'big' 12-inch Android Pro series tablets

Sony unwraps Flip PC WIndows 8.1 Laptop-tablet hybrid at CES

David Needle is the Editor of TabTimes and based in Silicon Valley.
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