Each year at CES we see all different types of products ranging from computer hardware to TVs and other various electronics. Companies try and get your attention so you stop over and check out their booth and what better way to do that than with beautiful women! We present to you our CES 2014 Booth […]
CES just a few weeks away and we’re already preparing. Emails about meeting coordination, travel plans, and new equipment for the trip are flying back and forth at the speed of light. My expectations for CES this year are as follows…
While many are waiting for the biggest event of CES 2014 to take place so they can showcase their newest products in line but we here we have Razer with a different take on the upcoming CES event. It has a whole new lineup of products for the music enthusiasts and it seems that Razer wasn’t so fond of waiting for CES to introduce these.
LG has plans to move far and beyond and it has only recently made an announcement that only one month later it will be revealing a 105-inch form at the CES. However, this one here is going to come with a little twist; it makes use of an LCD rather than the OLED which is far more costly. This is all the courtesy of the enhanced TFT technology which provides for an even back lighting all across the curved surface.
Incoming, it’s another year almost done and a new one about to start. That means the Consumer Electronic Show is almost upon us. Less than a month away and I’m really pumped for this year. This year we could see CES going completely crazy with new ideas and innovations. My expectations for this year are…
Booq’s Natural Fiber lineup is stylish, attractive, and competitively priced. Their products range from iPad cases with built in rotatable paper notebooks, to full sized laptop bags and backpacks, along with magnetic Macbook Air cases. Thorsten, Booq’s CEO, shows off the Natural Fiber product lineup while providing us with availability and price points.
Ferrari has teamed with Logic3 to offer a series of headphones, earbuds, and an Apple device speaker dock decked out in classy Ferrari styling. From a mid-range unit in the mid 100s range, all the way up to the flagship R300 noise-canceling series at $299, Logic3 and Ferrari have a great line of audio listening devices prepped for consumer enjoyment.
One of the greatest things about CES is finding those few products that just blow you away. In transit from one scheduled morning meeting to another we crossed paths with the TactSlider booth. This booth was one of the smallest booths that we took the time to stop at during the entire event. Crazy enough the product we stumbled upon will probably revolutionize the tablet gaming industry for years to come. Imagine having a tactile joystick no bigger than a quarter that could attach anywhere to the surface of your mobile device to take the place of the annoying dedicated button spots or terrible tracking d-pads. The TactSlider is a cheap option that will essentially make that d-pad into one of the most comfortable analog sticks I’ve ever used. With a ridiculous amount of gaming applications the TactSlider is a product that I’m sure will be at CES next year…in a MUCH bigger booth.
We stopped by the Crucial meeting rooms to get a look at the newest DRAM and SSD products from the consumer brand of Micron. DDR4 is imminent, with its expected densities of up to 32GB and power consumption of just 1V driving high usage, high battery life devices in late 2013 with mainstream adoption in 2014 and 2015. On the SSD side, we take a look at an amazing 1 TB-class SSD at a price point of just $600, as well as new 512GB SSDs in mSATA and m.2 form factors.