Possibly one of the most attractive booths at digital experience M-Edge year to year delivers when it comes to protecting your valuable mobile electronics. This year M-Edge showcased products named after some of the most badass movies in history. These products were the definition of stylish and functional. With protection options ranging from the iPhone to the Kindle Fire you’re sure to be safe all while staying sexy.
Always an option an digital signage and KVM applications IOGEAR is taking the reigns when it comes to wireless video transmission. Video transmission from point A to B has always been a challenge for companies and IOGEAR has always come through with wired and now slick wireless options. As the market for specific transmission applications changes IOGEAR follows suit. Awesome products that would scare any cable or satellite provider and make any end user quite happy are just some of the featured items that IOGEAR looks to use to make 2013 a year to be remembered.
TP-LINK has made some remarkable networking products that won’t break your wallet. We caught up with them at Digital Experience during CES 2013 to check out their latest products. Dan from TP-LINK showed us an AC 1750Mbps router, USB 11ac adapter, 500Mbps powerline plus wireless AP adapters, along with a no setup (WPS) wireless repeater. All of the products look promising, while keeping the same TP-LINK quality and price point we’ve come to love. Check out the video for the entire rundown.
Unless you’re a mobile tech junkie you’d never know that Sony purchased the half of their mobile phone division that was owned by Ericsson. Up until recently all the design elements that went into their phones were remnants of the previous partnership. At CES 2013 Sony decided to rocket out of the new company cannon with one of the SEXIEST Android options I’ve ever seen. With the manufacturing quality reputation already in place and drive of being an independent mobile option, Sony gives a new meaning to stylish and chic.
Since the birth and death of the MX518 mouse Logitech has been desperately looking for that product to put them back into the spotlight of the gaming scene. This year at CES Logitech has taken the steps toward that potential product. Mice and keyboards designed by gamers for gamers (Sorry Razer) craftsmanship and design planning really shine though. Can Logitech sway you away from some of the newer more attractive players on the market? 2013 could be a return to glory for the once gaming king.
Concept engineering is a big part of what NVIDIA does. The original Tegra processor was an attempt to see if it was possible for a GPU manufacturer to make a processor for more standard applications. That attempt turned into a mobile CPU empire. NVIDIA is now taking that same drive and pointing it to an unlikely companion: Automotive Engineering. The ever growing resume of NVIDIA is an attractive thing to companies like Audi and BMW and because of the engineering demos they’ve developed we may soon see some of the coolest technology integration’s in the automotive industry that we’ve seen in years.
Full tower cases, massive CPU coolers, and quad-fan cooled GPU’s are what the PC industry is all about, right? If you talked to a representative from Xi3 and assumed those things you’d probably get slapped. Xi3 is a company that revolves around the idea that full function computing is something that sound be accomplished with hardware no bigger than your fist. Smaller is better and with a recent investment announcement made by Valve, Xi3 and there product line is nothing to look down at.
A European powerhouse the silent storm known as be quiet! is finally making its ways to the shores of the United States. Known for quality products with a certain silent flare the be quiet! cooling and power options are nothing to scoff at. Intricate designs and meaningful functionality separate be quiet! from many of the other competitors in the EU but can they make a dent in a market already saturated with quality cooling/power companies? Players like Corsair and Enermax better watch because something quiet might be sneaking up on them.
CES Unveiled is the first offical press event of CES and the probably the busiest press event as well. For that reason we normally do not cover the event, but this year we decided to attend. We only talked to a handful of companies, but most of the companies products have won CES Innovations Awards. Read on to see what CES Unveiled 2013 was all about!
During the year if you’ve read the reviews I’ve submitted you’d know that I have a tendency to compare ‘this keyboard’ to ‘that keyboard’ but what would happen if I compared all the keyboards I reviewed in the past year and picked one to conquer all; A straight up prize fight based on all the categories that matter to you, the consumer. This is the first Keyboard of the Year Award ThinkComputers will ever hand out, so who will reign supreme? Let’s take a look!