CES Previews from popular tech sites continue, as The Verge (founded by the former Engadget managing editor team) released their preview last night.
The Verge anticipates:
- A breakout year for Windows 7 phones (including the long awaited Nokia hardware)
- A strong selection of Ultrabooks as the Windows environment looks to tap into the ultralight category to compete with the Apple MacBook Air line
- Some new cameras, including the rise in popularity of the Micro 4/3 movement
- More tablets, including a strong showing of tablets running Android ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich)
- Home Theatre technology, especially televisions running Google TV
Check it out in its entirety: CES 2012: The Verge Preview