D-Link showed a preview of its new fashionable routers, the D-Link Color series. These 802.11ac routers will come in three colors, Candy Red, Champagne Gold and Vintage Blue, and have features similar to the standard routers that D-Link ships now.
We touched base with the Firefox OS team at Digital Experience and got some of the latest developments in the fledgling operating system that combines a Linux kernel with a Gecko-based user experience.
D-Link unveiled the DIR-510L, a portable router that also has a 4000 mAh battery for exceptional router life as well as portable device charging. The router creates an 802.11ac Wi-Fi access point at 750 Mbps combined over the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands perfect for sharing cellular data connections with friends, family, coworkers, and that guy that never remembers to bring his own connection to conventions.
The mydlink Network Video Recorder (DNR-312L) is a single bay NAS device that sports HDMI out and up to 4 TB of storage for up to nine D-Link cameras over its gigabit Ethernet connection.
French storage giant LaCie teamed up with French silversmith Christofle to produce a limited edition, hand crafted external USB 3.0 storage device called the Sphere. This spherical object weighs a few pounds and houses a 1 TB, bus-powered, 2.5″ hard drive.
LaCie and designer Constance Guisset designed the Culbuto, a 16 GB USB3 flash drive with a balled end. “Culbuto” means “rolly polly” in French, and is basically the French concept of a Weeble.
Liquid Image showed off four new goggles products in its new Ops and Hydra series. Liquid Image’s schtick is to embed a camera in directly in the eyewear itself, rather than relying on mounts. The Ops series includes Snow Goggles and Swim Goggles. Availability of the snow goggles is undetermined but likely priced around $200, […]
Other World Computing, a.k.a. OWC, brought its new Thunderbolt lineup to CES Unveiled, along with a brand new Mac Pro to show off how well its storage and expansion units fit with the new black motif.
Liquid Image showed off at CES Unveiled today its latest tiny sports camera, the EGO LS, and its two modules, a 4G LTE module and a battery module. This tiny camera can record 1080p @ 30 fps, 720p @ 60 fps, and QVGA @ 30 fps, in addition to its up to 8 MP still camera.