Current tech seems to be at the tipping point where we are about to see a really well built selection of VR headsets brought to the consumer market. Never one to be left behind, Razer has introduced at CES 2015 the OSVR Hacker Dev Kit VR headset.
Since announcing their UHD line up of 4K tv’s last year, Samsung has had the world waiting to see something solid to come the market both on the hardware and content side. This year at CES we have what we’ve been waiting for, S-UHD. Super Ultra High Definition is the future of cinema realistic displays.
ADATA builds some of the fastest most reliable and possibly under rated consumer SSDs on the market. One of the hottest items coming to the consumer side this year is external SSDs.
We all love a good thin display, but Sony has really stepped it up this year for CES with it’s incredibly thin, up to 75″ 4K TV. The skinny super star XBR X900C is powered by Sony’s new X1 processor which generates 4K with great colors and awesome clarity and an accurate contrast.
For many reasons the the PC is slowly working it’s way to the living room. It may be the comfort of the couch, or maybe because we PC Gamers are finally ready to socialize. Whatever the case Razer is here to make the transition easier with Forge TV.
Although Rapoo has been around for years and are very popular in Asia and Europe, they haven’t really made a big splash in the U.S. yet. They launched their VPro gaming brand last August and brought the whole line to CES to show them off.
Always paying attention to what their customers are asking for has led Phanteks to great success. Thankfully they haven’t stopped and as a result they’ve brought a full ATX version of their extremely popular Enthoo Evolv case to CES.
The reason for the excitement over FreeSync stems from the fact that it should be much cheaper to use than G-Sync. Fortunately for us Samsung brought the UE850 to CES 2015 and we were able to take a look at it.
When every device in your home is becoming connected to the internet it sometimes becomes difficult to get a connection to them. While signal over the homes existing electrical infrastructure is nothing new, the throughput speed hasn’t always been that great. Releasing in February of this year, the TPC420E2K or Powerline 1200 has a Gigabit connection, with speeds of up to 500 mb/s through the wires already in your homes walls.
As a strong leader in the SSD market Samsung has developed a very impressive little external SSD the T1. Utilizing USB 3.0 these 3D V-NAND equipped drives get up to 450 MB/s write for the 1TB model.
Jan 29, 2015 0