One of the coolest things we get to see when we visit companies at CES is the systems they have setup to showcase their products. This year we saw many different case mods and custom systems showing off hardware. So here is our little CES 2014 Case Mods Gallery! Be sure to let us know which case mod you like the best in the comments. Enjoy!
At CES this year Kingston was showing a very promising PCI-Express solid state drive. Going under the name HyperX Predator this drive will be based on LSI’s upcoming SandForce 3700 series controller codenamed Griffin.
There are quite a few different home cloud storage and NAS options out there, but lets admit they are ugly and look more like a real server than anything else. Lenovo introduces Beacon, their take on home cloud storage. I have to say the Beacon is just sexy!
Thermaltake is introducing a new fan for all of your cooling needs. They are calling it Luna and it is much more improved than Thermaltake’s previous fans. And in typical Thermaltake fashion you have the choice of red, white or blue LED versions.
I have been going to LAN parties for years and one of the biggest issues is getting your machine to the event. I’m sure like me many of your have full or even mid tower systems that are just a pain to move around. Well CyberPower wants to change that with their Fang Battle Box. It is designed for the easiest transportation ever to LAN parties.
Kingston had a little treat at their CES showcase this year. They had DDR4 and not only that they had a working DDR4 platform! They were showing off 384 GB of DDR4 memory running on a 2P future Intel server reference platform.
In Win’s 904 case has been out for a little while now. It is a really cool case and now In Win has shrunk it down to Mini-ITX form factor for smaller builds! It still keeps the aluminum metal plate and tempered glass design.
At CES we had a chance to sit down with iBUYPOWER to talk about their upcoming Steam Machine. They have a very interesting take on the whole Steam Machine idea and their pricing of $499 to start really does reflect that.
At CES Corsair was showing off their brand new flagship cases of the Graphite Series the 760T and 730T. While these cases are pretty much the same, the big difference between them is that the 760T features a large side panel window.