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It is that time of year again! Playoff’s for the Steelers! Being from Pittsburgh you know we are Steelers fans and we wish them the best of luck against the Denver Broncos! Who do you think will win the game?
Also starting tomorrow we will be in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics show! If you didn’t check out our blog post on CES make sure you do! Also check out our first CES Behind the scenes video blog!
Now what is going on around the web?
TechwareLabs Top Ten 2012 CES Predictions
“With CES literally only days away we wanted to voice our expectations for the top tech at this years show. As one of the largest tech shows in the world what is found on the show floor as well as what isn’t found on the show floor has a lot to say about tech in the coming year. This is our TechwareLabs Top Ten 2012 CES Predictions.”
Eminent EM 7280 RT3 HD media player 320GB Review @ XSReviews.co.uk
“While Microsoft and Nintendo might be hoping that their next generation of home consols will ultimately become our HTPC, media centres of the future, for now the trend is for media players like the one I’m looking at today. The Eminent RT3 is an HD video, music and image player with built in web functionality.”
Nero 11 Platinum Software Review @ Hi Tech Legion
“Nero 11 Platinum combines 11 multimedia applications in one suite, working seamlessly and synchronizes the workflow of every project. Nero 11 Platinum is powerful yet easy to use, making the task of sorting, editing and sharing your multimedia as convenient and straightforward as clicking the mouse. Forget the headaches brought on by incompatible file formats and incomplete import tools, Nero 11 is an all-in-one multimedia solution fit for the modern lifestyle.”
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 AMP2! Edition 3 GB GDDR5 Review @ Hardware-Mag.de
“We have just released a Review of the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 AMP²! Edition graphics card with Zalman VF3000F and 3 GB GDDR5, including lots of Benchmarks in different Presets, power consumption, loudness, temperatures and many more details.”
GeiL Thortech Thunderbolt Plus 800W PSU Review @ Technic3D
“The Thortech Thunderbolt Plus 800W PSU arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review from Technic3D the next PSU with a Display, one +12V rail (65A), a 135mm Fan, 6x SATA hard disk connectors and 4x PCI-e 6+2-Pin.”
OCZ RevoDrive Hybrid 1TB PCI-E Storage Solution Review @ Real World Labs
“Aimed mostly towards professionals and enthusiasts the latest RevoDrive Hybrid 1TB PCI Express Storage Solution by OCZ combines the breathtaking read/write speeds of the RevoDrive3 PCI-E SandForce based SSD with the large capacity of a 1TB 2.5inch hard disk drive, all in one very convenient package.”
PowerColor JustSling @ techPowerUp
“With more and more possibilities to store and playback media to and from different devices the limiting factor tends to be how you can lay down a cable to connect these. PowerColor aims to break that bond with their JustSling, a WHDI solution allowing for wireless, 1080p HDMI to be beamed to your TV without the need of any cables. We take the JustSling for a spin to see if it can sling all our favorite media from end end of the home to the other successfully or if it falls short.”
SilverStone Grandia DG06 HTPC Chassis Review @ MissingRemote
“Silverstone Technology was founded in 2003 and has been building cases specifically for the home theater PC (HTPC) market since almost the very beginning. Today, Silverstone produces HTPC cases across four different lines, including the “mainstream” Grandia line. I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with the most recent addition to the Grandia lineup, the GD06. With room for a micro-atx motherboard, a full-size graphics card, and up to 5 hard drives, the Grandia GD06 is intended to be flexible enough to house a standard HTPC, a gaming PC, or even a media server.”
SteelSeries Interview with Kim Rom @ HardwareHeaven.com
“Interview with Kim Rom from SteelSeries, discussing his role within the company and some of the highlights in his day-to-day activities with SteelSeries.”
SteelSeries Simraceway SRW-S1 Steering Wheel Review @ Legit Reviews
“I have a been a real-world racing fan for all of my life, growing up in earshot distance from a famous dirt racetrack in Southern California. I’ve always enjoyed NASCAR and more recently have come to love Formula 1 and World Rally Championships so when SteelSeries announced a new peripheral – their first ever racing wheel – I was more than a little skeptical. A racing controller without pedals for less than $120?!? What does SteelSeries, a manufacturer who is best known for headsets and professional mice know about racing? At this point I was thinking that a good comparison for the SRW-S1 might be my kid’s Mario Kart Wii wheel…”
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