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January 4, 2011 at 10:34 AM

CES 2011: Companies not making news at the show

Eric Savitz at Forbes has a fun little roundup of big tech companies not making news at CES this year.

The main examples are companies rolling out tablets soon, but not this week. Such as:

“Hewlett-Packard’s (HPQ) Palm unit: At some point, HP will show off Palm Web OS based tablets and other devices. That point is not this week.”

Instead HP announced a refresh of its current desktop and laptop line, which is getting the new Intel processors. TouchSmart PCs will get a free upgrade of its touch suite, and laptops are getting a new user-adjustable cooling system.

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