One of the biggest splashes made in 2012 in the ThinkComputers universe was caused by the asteroid known as Roccat. A long time player in the Europe, Roccat decided to step up their game and compete with the big dogs in the US market. Apparently German dogs are just as mean as SEA dogs because the products that Roccat showcased at the LVH suite on the first day of CES would even impress Michael Vick. With the inclusion of one of the sickest mechanical keyboard options and the further development of the ‘Power Grid’ product, Roccat is poised to plant some roots in the US and not let anyone tread of that ground.
NZXT had a great 2012, with 2 of its cases making our Best Cases of 2012 list. It seems that they have a lot in store for 2013. Just a few months after releasing the Phantom 820 NZXT showed us the new Phantom 630, which has been completely designed from the ground up. Could this case make our best-of list for 2013? Along with the Phantom 620 NZXT also was showing their new Hale 90 V2 power supplies.
At CES 2013 Seagate is stepping away from the normal storage options and expanding their horizons into something more “innovative appropriate”. Wirelessly streaming large files from any storage option to a device has been a pain ever since the idea was introduced. Video streaming was the largest of these pains. Seagate decided to develop Novocaine in the form of a storage device that integrates with a specific application for this very task. Even with the overworked WiFi connection and saturated network the video that was shown to use streamed like butter. Check out the video for more in depth coverage.
We have seen quite a lot of cool products this past week at the Consumer Electronics Show. Some of these products include some extremely thin LCD TV’s, lot’s of wireless products, even more iPhone and tablet accessories and a whole slew of other technology products. What better way to display these products than with an attractive model. So we present to you our CES 2013 Booth Babe Gallery!
We met at Digital Experience with TRENDnet’s Zak Wood to preview some of the networking products company’s new technology for CES 2013. TRENDnet is introducing a pair of 802.11ac wireless products, a router and a USB 3.0 adapter. It also announced the smallest 500 Mbps Powerline adapter, and it has a pass-through plug, to boot.
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.
Visiting CyberPower at CES each year is always a treat as we get to see some really great gaming machines. This year CyberPower showed us their massive Black Mamba 3 gaming system, which not only is a powerhouse but has quite a lot of water-cooling. They were also showing an all-in-one solution which supports a full sized video card. We got a glimpse of the new Fang Book gaming laptop and the Zeus SFF gaming system.
Car marker Chevrolet made an appearance at Digital Experience in order to demonstrate its new MyLink in-car computer system. It can synchronize with various storage devices and mobile phones to provide a useful, safe driver-centric experience upgrade for its 2014 Impala sedan.
With the products they showed at Digital Experience, Buffalo is further diversifying its product lineup by delving deeper into the storage sector. They displayed a set of external SSDs connected via Thunderbolt, including a professional-level dual drive unit configured in RAID 0. They also showed a HDD with a DDR3 RAM cache for near SSD performance at a very affordable price. Buffalo also showed a series of Linkstation NASes that use a central relay system for Buffalo Link, a way to access files remotely from any computer or mobile device.
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