Razer always has something innovative and flashy to show off at CES, this year is no different. Project Christine is Razer’s take on a desktop computer. Currently building a computer requires a ton of pieces, and some technical know-how. Razer’s vision is that anyone should be able to easily build a computer, it should be super fast with the possibility of being faster, and everything should be water cooled.
Flash Drives are no longer devices that only hold presentations and other random documents. SanDisk just announced 64GB versions of Wireless Flash Drive, and Wireless Media Drive. These flash drives not only store data, but will also stream media content to your mobile devices right from the flash drive.
Powerline adapters are gaining popularity, and the amount of data consumers are pushing over electrical networks is also increasing. To support the increased data throughput, TP-LINK has released a HomePlug AV2 powerline adapter, TL-PA8010. TP-LINK’s latest powerline adapter provides real gigabit throughput while remaining backwards compatible with older (AV200, AV500, AV600, AV900) devices.
Whether you want an extra wired port, or wireless at the far end of the house, powerline adapters are handy devices. TP-LINK wants to make it easy for consumers to extend their wireless networks. Unfortunately, current range extenders don’t really do the job, so TP-LINK has released TL-WPA4220KIT. This kit consists of two powerline adapters, one is an access point and the other is a standard Powerline Adapter. The access point powerline adapter will extend your wireless network to areas that need it most.
Wireless speeds continue to increase, case in point, TP-LINK’s AC1900 Router. AC1900 features speeds up to 1.9Gbps, a USB 3.0 port for media sharing, hardware NAT, and easy configuration via TP-LINK’s Tether App. Breaking down all of AC1900’s features, we’ll notice that its 1.9Gbps throughput is split across dual bands – 1.3Gbps over 5GHz, and […]
Go back to January 2013, and everyone thought Xi3’s Piston was going to be the one and only Steam Box. Fast forward to January 2014, and we now know that Steam Boxes are completely different than everyone’s first notion, but that doesn’t discredit Xi3’s Piston in any way. Xi3 has been hard at work for […]
Cable and satellite companies are currently offering whole-home solutions. But what if you don’t have cable or satellite, how do you get the same experience? Enter Tablo. Tablo is a neat little box that receives free Over The Air (OTA) TV transmissions, relays data over your existing home network, and is accessible from pretty much any device you own.
Bluetooth speakers tend to be really portable and offer decent sound for their size. But what happens when you want bigger sound and maybe something a little more permanent? Introducing Double Spot, Soundfreaq’s answer for a bluetooth speaker with a larger size, better features, yet still portable.
Heading into CES 2014, I wanted to see new home automation products. It didn’t take long before I stumbled upon Belkin’s brand new WeMo LED Bulb Starter Set. The WeMo LED Bulb Starter Set includes two bulbs and a wireless bridge. Let’s see what Belkin’s implementation will bring to the market early this year.
At CES 2014 Soundfreaq has unveiled the Pocket Kick and Sound Rise. Both of these products are bluetooth speakers that are a bit Freaq’d out. Pocket Kick’s goal is ultra-portability, and Sound Rise is aiming to get you out of bed.
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