Our reporters and editors uncovered some cool new tablets, laptops and gadgets on the second official day of the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. Here's a quick recap of the things they found.
Improving on the original ThinkPad X1, the Hybrid switches instantly to a low-power OS to save battery life.
For the do-it-yourself audiophile, Sonomax now has a kit to let you make your own custom-fit earbuds.
Could Viewsonic's $169 ViewPad e70 Android tablet beat the Kindle Fire at its own game?
Sony gave us a sneak peek at its ultrabook, coming later this year.
MacGuyver never had a Swiss Army knife like this. This little gadget packs up to a terabyte of storage, and can still slice an apple.
Ranging from 5 to 13 inches, Toshiba showed off several tablet prototypes for users of all sizes.
Combining a tablet with a keyboard, this svelte Windows 8 concept has about a 12-inch touchscreen, QWERTY keyboard, and pen input.
This neat little gizmo attaches to your iPhone, then follows wherever you take its remote control.
Seagate's 4G LTE Wireless Drive not only lets you download content using Verizon Wireless' blazing 4G LTE network, but also stream and share it with up to three people.
A rubber-like material on the bottom of Sony' concept 10-inch tablet expands to double as a stand.
Ever want to play Skyrim on a tablet? You can, using Splashtop THD, a remote desktop app optimized for Tegra-powered Android devices.