Dell has gone all out at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) unveiling a tablet concept, a range of smartphones for the future, stylish new laptops and an "Ultra Mobile Gaming System".

The big electronics companies are all convinced that tablets and smartphones will be the future of computing in 2010 and have been working on products that reflect this.

On January 7 Dell announced it would enter into the Tablet market and showed off a preview of its slick and compact 5" tablet PC.

A futuristic Android-powered smartphone called the Mini 3 and Adamo, the world's thinnest laptop also featured in the arsenal of products being demoed by the company at CES.