POLL: What’s Your Favorite From CES This Year?

Yaara Lancet 12-01-2014

Last week we asked you if you’ve joined the biggest trend of the 2010s and got yourself a tablet 5 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Buying a New Tablet To simplify the process of buying a new tablet, ask yourself these questions first. Read More . Not only did you answer our poll, you took to the comments to tell us all about the tablets you own. That’s awesome!


Out of 837 votes in total, these are our tablet results: 3% used to own a tablet but don’t anymore, 6% don’t own one but plan to get one soon, 13% don’t own one, never did, and don’t plan to get one, and 77% of this poll’s voters currently own a tablet. How’s that for a trend?


Comment Of The Week

Last week’s comments were literally overflowing with excellent tablet recommendations — not just for the ones you think — and in general made a pretty good case for what tablets are good for. Naturally, there were also several comments about how useless tablets are, but these seemed to be in the minority.

Best comment this week goes to Rick, who concisely described exactly why he likes his tablet and what it’s good for. For this comment, Rick wins a free MakeUseOf t-shirt:

I have a 2nd generation Nexus 7. I bought it because of the combination of great price ($50 off at Staples when I bought it!), good hardware, and pure Android/Google experience. I love it, and find myself using it a lot. As long as I don’t need 3G connectivity, extreme portability, or an actual phone, I find it much more pleasant to use than my phone and it’s great at home when I don’t want to be stuck at my desktop. Mostly use it for leisure activities (reading, music, videos, an occasional round or two of Angry Birds, etc.), but find I can also be quite productive on it for certain tasks like writing posts for my blog, dealing with email and calendar, many things in Evernote, etc. As much as I think I would like to have a Chromebook, I don’t think I would use it nearly as much as this tablet which is more convenient and can do more offline. While neither this tablet or a Chromebook could currently replace my desktop completely, I think a tablet is a very worthwhile device for my needs.

What’s Your Favorite From CES This Year?

Love our t-shirts? The best comment in this poll will get one of our geeky t-shirts. That’s right, for free! So get commenting!

Another exciting CES has come to a close, and it’s time to think about the awesome new things we all heard about. Are you excited about PlayStation Now? Can’t wait to try all that new wearable technology? Or perhaps you have an eye on those new ways to commute such as the Toyota i-Road or Urb-E? No matter what caught your eye, it’s probably awesome. Choose your favorite from the list below, and if you can’t see it, tell us all about it in the comments!


Chose one of the general options? Tell us more about it in the comments! And don’t forget to tell us what it is you like most about your choice.

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  1. Anuj S
    January 14, 2014 at 9:52 am

    The Oculus Rift Crystal Cove caught my eye at CES this year. It's impressive to be able to turn your head around and see the complete 360 degree virtual reality. But what's even more amazing, and new to Crystal Cove, is being able to lean forward and see everything below. The end result is a virtual reality experience that feels more complete. The rate at which Oculus Rift is growing is certainly impressive, and to see a unit so refined after just a year is completely mind blowing .

  2. shauna
    January 13, 2014 at 9:09 pm

    Didn't like wht ces had to offer this year but in light of that I really liked what Audi has coming out with the integrated charger for the phone.

  3. likefunbutnot
    January 13, 2014 at 4:30 pm

    This year's CES was utterly unremarkable. Steam machines will be low-spec PCs. Samsung has some oversized tablets to add to their word salad of offerings. We can now have TVs so large that they can have curves and mount tiny mobile device displays to our wrists or heads. Those things are collectively about as exciting as a cup of warm milk and the audiobook recording of an accounting textbook as narrated by Ben Stein.

  4. Joe B
    January 12, 2014 at 10:16 pm

    Honestly My favorite was the Tesla Model S. It is probably the best looking car and most tech advanced that you can buy right now.

  5. jonny
    January 12, 2014 at 9:40 pm

    CES sucked this year. There was nothing interesting to look forward to. CES is dead and not important anymore.

  6. Abraham Levine
    January 12, 2014 at 6:45 pm

    Intel Edison. First the RasPi, now THIS?!?!

  7. Jeremy S
    January 12, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    My favorite was the Nabu Personally. Can't wait for it :)

    • Md Mukhtar M
      January 13, 2014 at 11:26 am

      My favorite was Micromax Lab Tab personally , cause it is something that i can purchase without burning pockets..

    • Manpreet
      January 16, 2014 at 10:47 pm

      @Jeremy - Me Too... I Personally loved the idea of being able to share Contact's... just via a handshake with the person... and Still many possiblitie's are present... :)

    • Jeremy S
      January 16, 2014 at 10:49 pm

      @Manpreet - Yea, I love they are opening it up to developers like me. The ability to use every sensor could bring in SO many possibilities to the device. Can't wait for it :)