Top 10 Tech This Week, CES 2013 Edition

Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
Top 10 Tech This Week, CES 2013 Edition
1. Intel's Awesome Future Laptop

1. Intel's Awesome Future Laptop

Intel knows what computers will look like next year, and the chip manufacturer gave the world a sneak peek at CES 2013 with its reference PC design for the next generation of Core processors. Take a look at what the future looks like: http://on.mash.to/THA8Xq. Photo by Mashable

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The long-anticipated 2013 International CES came and went in a flurry of techno-goodness. Luckily, Mashable's team was in Las Vegas so that nothing that happened at this year's CES stayed there. And there was definitely a lot to remember and report on at this year's gadget bonanza.

It was really hard to narrow down all the tech stories that came out of CES to just 10, but we think these are the 10 biggest ones. They also reflect the wide array of diversity that was on display in Las Vegas. This year, there were giant tablets, Ultra-high-def TVs, super-fast processors and the world's first 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive.

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Intel showcased a reference laptop that should give us an idea of what laptops will look like next year: They'll have detachable screens and Intel's next-gen processors. Qualcomm also unveiled a new, faster, mobile processor.

There was also time for innovative and surprising gadgets like Nvidia's Project Shield, a game controller that integrates a 5-inch screen and is an actual all-in-one Android-powered console.

Take a look at our Top 10 Tech This Week gallery to see the best of CES.

This story originally published on Mashable here.