The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) is less than a week away and the leaks or early releases for what we’ll be seeing next week are starting to trickle out in full force. We’ve gathered the list of gadgets that we’re releasing a little early.

Today’s CES 2013 Product Leak Round Up

Tobii will show off its eye tracking accessory, called the REX which is a small bar that attaches beneath your monitor via USB. Once you install Tobii Gaze it will track what you’re looking at so you can scroll sideways and click on stuff. Want to read the full story? Visit Mashable

Press shots of Sony’s upcoming smartphones, the Xperia Z “Yuga” and Xperia ZL “Odin”, which showed up on Sony’s website. There were no specs but rumor has it that we’ll be seeing a 1.5GHz Snapdragon quad-core CPU with Adreno 320 graphics, 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera. Via Mashable


Samsung to launch 2 new Ultrabooks at CES the 15.6″ Chronos and the 13.3″ Ultra.

The Ultra the more interesting as it’s slimmer with a 13.3-inch display weighing in at 3.2 pounds and is powered by an Intel Core i7/i5 ULV. RAM maxes out at 16GB and the SSD goes up to 256GB. Interestingly, Samsung will make a touch model with the option of 4G LTE connectivity. Both laptops have a full HD screen resolution of 1,920 by 1,080. Via TNW


Samsung teased its latest robotic vacuum cleaner, the Smart Tango Corner Clean which according to Samsung, its newest disc-shaped sweeper contains a “world’s first” in the form of two pop-out spinning brushes that extend outward from the device for supposedly improved corner cleaning. While many robotic vacuums offer built-in brushes at the base that work in a slightly similar fashion, it appears Samsung’s version reaches out farther than the competition. Via Cnet

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Samsung has released a few pictures that have us wondering if they are going to be releasing a TV that will be available in Portrait mode. They are saying that it has an unprecidented design. Via Gizmag

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