Creative had a very strong showing this year, once again featuring Jonathan “Fatal1ty” Wendell in frag matches throughout the day. They showed off a new video recorder, new speakers, a new sound card, new OEM partners, and a kick-ass new processor architecture, too. Let’s take a look!
SilverStone’s aluminum cases are among the most popular in the industry. The company had a sizeable booth in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s hall South 4 and ThinkComputers visited it to get the lowdown on new offerings such as the Raven full tower case and new models in the Sugo SFF line.
Thermaltake is one of the most widely known names when it comes to PC cases, it seems like everyone I talk to has heard of Thermaltake. This year they did not have that many announcements as in previous years, but they did have some interesting products. Let’s take a look at their new cases, power supplies and cooling products.
Westinghouse was kind enough to invite ThinkComputers to its private display at a stunning offsite location this year for its CES presence. Westinghouse showed its newest televisions, computer monitors, and other display-oriented goodies. Come with us as we check out some new LCD monitors, HDTV’s, a wireless HDMI transmitter, and even a LCD monitor that costs $50,000.
After a great showing in past years at CES, Razer is back again surprising us with some really unique products. The product that they were really excited about was the Mamba mouse, Razer’s first gaming-grade wireless mouse. Let’s take a look at the Mamba and see what else Razer has in the works.
MSI had one of the most exciting booths this year at CES, probably because they were just showing off their notebooks. MSI is not a new comer to the notebook market, but are not as well knows as others, but after you see what they showed at CES they will definitely be on your radar. Let’s take a look and see what they have in store for us.
With any trade show there are booth babes and CES is no exception especially in the car audio section! This year at CES we saw everything from mini laptops, all-in-one PC’s, and crazy 3D LCD displays. Let’s see if the models showing off the products this year can make you drool as much as the products! Without further ado I present the CES 2009 booth babe gallery!
Jonathan Wendell, better known by his gaming handle “Fatal1ty,” came to fame in the gaming world after winning many well-known video game tournaments. With his success came sponsorships and eventually his own brand of computer parts and gaming supplies. OCZ produces Fatal1ty-brand RAM and has now produced a Fatal1ty-brand, non-modular, 700W power supply unit. ThinkComputers checks it out in this review.
Made in Austria is probably not something people are familiar with, but Noctua is trying to change this. Today we are looking at the Noctua NH-C12P Premium CPU Cooler which really is a premium cooler. It’s not always easy saying quiet and optimal cooling in the same sentence when it comes to CPU coolers, but I think Noctua and the NH-C12P are starting to break this with a cool and quiet CPU cooler. While it certainly isn’t the most inexpensive cooler on the market, it is probably a worthy investment because it currently supports all processors, yes even the i7, and it seems to me that Noctua will continue giving away free brackets for their CPU coolers in the future.