LAS VEGAS, Nevada (January 8, 2013) – Innovation is a staple of the Consumer Electronics Show. Every year thousands of companies flock to Las Vegas in January to share their newest devices and products with an exciting conglomerate of people ranging from the professional media to electronics junkies. Over the last few years, there has [...]
The CES 2013 news is still coming in, thanks to our tech affiliates down in the trenches. We have news about Zalman, Cooler Master and Thermaltake in addition to OCZ and other stuff around CES.
It’s been a while since we reviewed any stuff from Eagle Tech, but it appears they’re getting back on the ball and started with a new website redesign!
Another day and more CES coverage! I’m sure a lot of stuff will be coming in over the next few days (and even the weekend) even though CES is almost over.
Whatever your feelings about Walmart are, you can’t deny that this is one of the cheapest cell phone plans when using an iPhone. They are offering a contract-less plan for the iPhone 5 with Unlimited everything.
The only bad part is you have to buy the iPhone outright… at a cost of $650.
Mushkin reveals some new SSDs, Netgear has a new video streamer, ArtRage lets you be a digital artist, and of course MSI, Logitech, Thermaltake, and a bunch of other vendors show off their new stuff.
The newest addition to the Chronos(TM) line of SSDs offers 960GB of space, almost double the storage capacity of typical 2.5-inch form factor drives.
The chips, which will make their way into phones and tablets by the middle of this year, perform 75 percent faster, according to Chief Operating Officer Steve Mollenkopf.
The NeoTV Prime with Google TV (version GTV100) can stream content from a library of entertainment, such as movies, TV shows, and music, from streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO Go, Crackle, Flixter, Rhapsody, Pandora, and others.
ArtRage lets you become a true digital artist, providing the experience of actually “painting” digitally on a computer canvas with oil paints that smear and blend, and watercolors that flow together to create soft, wet gradations, just as they would with traditional art tools and materials.
Mushkin officially announced the worldwide launch of its new enterprise class ProSpec series solid-state drives (SSDs)
Mushkin unveils its latest and most exciting range of products ever at the world’s largest consumer electronics show, CES 2013.
In addition to our normal tech news, Corsair and several other companies have announced new products at CES! There are some new high-quality gaming peripherals that use Cherry mechanical switches, a new mobile HDD/NAS that you can take with you in the car, light kits for DDR3 memory modules, and of course new gaming mice and headsets!
Now clad in a black anodized brushed aluminum chassis and equipped with luminous white LED lighting, the Vengeance K95 keyboard has been upgraded with Cherry MX Red key mechanical switches on every key including the function and macro keys.
Corsair Raptor products are designed with conventional materials and are priced to hit a wider variety of retailer price points.
The light bars are designed with new top openings to radiate more light upwards. A supplied installation tool allows users to install the kits in a matter of minutes.
The new flash drives deliver transfer speeds never-before-seen in a native USB 3.0 flash drive, with read speeds of up to 260 MB/s and write speeds of up to 235 MB/s
Corsair Voyager Air Drive Allows Streaming of Movies and Music at Home or on the Road
ADATA’s XPG Gaming V2.0 modules all feature 2oz copper, 8 layer PCB (Printed Circuit Board) aluminum heat spreaders employing Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT).
Today, NZXT ushers in a rethinking of power delivery with the new HALE90 V2.