Tech News January 2011

CES 2011: OCZ Technology 
Think Computers :: Thursday, January 13, 2011
“OCZ had quite a lot to show us at CES this year. We all know them for making quality memory, solid state drives and power supplies. It seems OCZ is updating each one of these product lines with new more powerful products! They even had a solid state drive in one of their demo’s that broke 1GB/s in ATTO! So without further ado lets see what OCZ has for you in 2011.”

Gaming at CES 2011
Lan OC :: Thursday, January 13, 2011
Turn three gamers loose at CES 2011, and among the plethora of hardware and software booths, naturally we will be drawn to anything and everything related to video games. Sunday was the final day of the Consumer Electronics Show 2011, as Cory, Skyler, and myself hit the floor for some free coverage. Having little time for games the past four days resulted in a thorough scouring of the convention center for demos, trailers, and announcements.

Lenovo IdeaCentre Q150 Review 
Digital Trends :: Thursday, January 13, 2011
“Lenovo’s ultra-compact IdeaCentre Q150 represents what may very well be one of the smallest and most-affordable PCs for practical use on the market. Obviously, one would expect some trade-offs in terms of performance, but Lenovo has packed some surprising media-playback horsepower into the Q150’s polished, diminutive form factor.”

Audio-Technica ATH-AD700 Review 
Digital Trends :: Thursday, January 13, 2011
“We’ve reviewed several pairs of Audio-Technica headphones over the past year and really enjoyed them. On paper, the ATH-AD700 look like they could be another winning set of cans from Audio-Technica, a highly reputable manufacturer of all things pro-sound. At just $150.00, the ATH-AD700 offer huge drivers in an open-backed, circum-aural (around the ear) design, but we’re distressed to see the return of the “head paddles”, a unique suspension system that we first met with during our review of the ATH-W5000 headphones.”