In Pictures: Biggest Fails of CES 2011

We took a look at the best, but now it's time to sift through some of the worst on show at CES 2011

A Dull Razer Switchblade



Razer's concept of a programmable LED keyboard that adapts to match your favorite games is awesome, but coupling it with an 8-inch screen renders the whole product pointless. The designer we spoke to promised that the Razer Switchblade would have roughly the same price as a high-end netbook, so there's no reason to invest in a Switchblade when you can get a netbook with a bigger screen and more functionality for the same price. — Alex Wawro

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  • Bob

    Until they start making phones with duel core processors then we wont be seeing Gingerbread on a phone. It has been made very clear that this OS, for the now, Is a tablet only OS and I find this review the be the most apple bias, misinformed article I have read in a while.

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