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Sharkoon has officially released its Nightwriter gaming keyboard, which was first revealed at CeBIT. This keyboard features a low-profile design and switchable LED illumination. With 13 multimedia keys, you'll get quick access to some of your favorite apps at the touch of a finger. The Nightwriter features a matte black, low-profile design (25mm) with height adjustment and an ergonomically formed palm rest.  The keyboard has 105 standard keys. LED Keyboard Nightwriter on the Market Sharkoon Nightwriter: Gaming keyboard in a low-profile design with switchable LED illumination and 13 multimedia... Read more...
MSI announced the GT60 and GT70 gaming laptops at CeBIT. These laptops feature Intel’s Core i7 quad-core processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M discrete graphics with 3GB of GDDR5 of display memory, the Super RAID Dual SSD, up to 32GB of memory, Bigfoot Gaming LAN, and a SteelSeries gaming keyboard. The GT60 features a 15.6-inch screen while the GT70 has a 17.3-inch screen. The laptops also feature USB 3.0 ports and HD webcams. CeBIT 2012 Spotlight - MSI GT60 and GT70 The Ultimate Gaming Laptops Fri, 06 Apr 2012 - Are you eager to try out the top machines in the next generation of gaming laptops?... Read more...
Thermaltake and BMW Group subsidiary DesignworksUSA are no strangers to each other. They've been working on concept projects for the past several years, and the two have teamed up once again to unveil a line of Level 10 gaming peripherals starting with the 'Level 10 M Mouse' for gamers. It's as funky looking as Thermaltake's Level 10 case and just as likely to turn heads at LAN parties. As weird as it might look, the Level 10 M Mouse is built with ergonomics in mind. It has a solid aluminum base "to ensure both durability and tenaciousness," and is built with an open design with an air-through... Read more...
Few companies are as active in the solid state drive (SSD) space as OCZ, and so it makes perfect sense that it will use the upcoming CeBIT tradeshow in Hannover, Germany to showcase client and enterprise SSDs, including its soon-to-be-released Vertex 4 SSD Series. That means waiting a few more days for the full scoop, but in the meantime, we can tell you that Vertex 4 will sport a SATA 6Gbps interface built around the Indilinx Everest 2 platform. OCZ says you can expect "industry-leading performance and superior data management for all file types and sizes" with Vertex 4. OCZ, if you recall, acquired... Read more...
MSI always seems to make a splash at CeBIT, and this year is no different. The company is using the trade show to launch a slew of new machines, including a handful of All-in-One PCs. The 24" AE 2410, the 22" AE 2210, AE 2211 and AE 2240, as well as the 20" AE 2050 and AE 2070 are the latest Wind Top AE models, and they all utilize Intel's newest 2nd-gen Core processor family. If Intel isn't your cup of tea, AMD's new Fusion platform can also be ordered up, with all of the models 22" and up having THX TruStudio Pro audio and a 1080p panel. You'll also find goodies like USB 3.0 and "5.1" channel... Read more...
It's said the eyes are the windows to your soul, but as it turns out, they're also integrated input devices. Or at least that's the idea behind Tobii's eye-controlled laptop concept. Using eye tracking technology from Tobii, the company went and built a fully functional prototype laptop that lets users manipulate images and other functions just by glaring. Freaky stuff, and freakishly cool. "More than anything else, the Tobii laptop prototype is proof that our eye tracking technology is mature enough to be used in standard computer interfaces. To reach a state where the technology is part of the... Read more...
CeBIT is just starting to heat up in Germany, but Corsair has a mind to keep things on ice. Aside from launching a new USB 2.0 thumb drive, the accessory maker has also introduced the Corsair Cooling Air Series A70 and A50 CPU coolers, with the former designed for those "looking to squeeze every last megahertz of performance out of their high-end Intel and AMD processors, without sacrificing low noise levels." The A50 line, on the other hand, is more for those who have yet to really jump on the overclocking bandwagon, or as Corsair puts it, it's designed for "PC builders and hobbyists who want... Read more...
The CeBIT trade show has opened its doors to the world today, and a handful of companies are already out making announcements. Corsair is getting things started right with a new line of ultra-high speed, high capacity USB flash drives. By and large, the flash drive market has grown somewhat stale. There's just not a lot of innovation left in the industry, and while some vendors are outing USB 3.0 versions of existing sticks, Corsair is digging deeper than the obvious. The company has decided to stick with USB 2.0 (presumably to keep costs down), but they're using a new quad-channel architecture... Read more...
ASUS' Eee PC line is about to get three new models. According to leaked details from blogeee, the three new models–the Eee PC 1018P, the Eee PC 1016P, and the Eee PC 1015P–all have 10-inch displays and likely run on Intel’s latest Pine Trail Atom processors. Although we aren't likely to see official details from ASUS until CeBIT 2010, a few more leaked details are currently available. For starters, the ASUS Eee PC 1015P is apparently a refresh of the current Eee PC 1005P. The most noticeable upgrade with this newer model is a larger touchpad. The Eee PC 1015P features an aluminum body and touts... Read more...
MSI announced its lineup of all-in-one PCs that it will be showing off at CeBIT 2010. Included in the announcement are a large screen 3D all-in-one PC, high performance PCs utilizing Intel’s new Core i3/i5/i7 processors, eco-friendly all-in-ones for business users, and all-in-ones with premium sound technology. The new Wind Top All-in-One 3D PC combines a 24-inch 120Hz LED display and full 1080p HD resolution with 3D shutter glasses. The new Wind Top AE2420 and Wind Top AE2280 All-in-One PCs offer a 22- or 24-inch multi-touch display and the latest Intel Core (Core i3/i5/i7) processors. The Wind... Read more...
ASUS Republic of Gamers Primed to Blow the Competition Away at CeBIT 2009Star Lineup of Gaming Products Provide Exciting Solutions for all Gamers Hannover, Germany – The ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) was out in full force at CeBIT 2009, showcasing a stellar cast of the most innovative and exciting gaming products and peripherals. Staying true to their promise of delivering the best available technology for uncompromising performance, the ROG was able to enthrall gamers with all-rounded gaming solutions that included: blazingly-fast desktops, “icy-cool” thermal coolers, powerful gaming notebooks... Read more...
If MSI's iMac-like Wind NetOn AP1900 was a bit too "standard fare" for your tastes, the aforementioned company has revealed a few touch-friendly machines at CeBIT that may be just what the innovation doctor ordered. The all new Wind Top line has been revealed, and at least initially, it will consist of three models: the AE1900, AE2200 and the AE2010. The line will span from 19" to 22" in terms of diagonal screen size, and much like HP's TouchSmart all-in-one PCs, these too posses all the internals you need for a full-fledged computing experience and allow you to control the mouse cursor and various... Read more...
Stay sharp, Toshiba, as A-DATA's infringing on some of your territory today. Months after Toshiba proclaimed that it would be bringing the world's first 2.5" solid state drive to CES 2009, A-DATA has stepped in at CeBIT 2009 to also suggest that it has launhed the "highest capacity of SSD in the industry." It's product? The 512GB XPG 2.5" SSD. Seems we need some clarification from both parties, no? Best we can figure, A-DATA is going to be the first to actually have these drives available to consumers and OEMs, but since it doesn't mention a release window in its press clipping, we can't even say... Read more...
While you may have assumed that the green trend was dying out, we have reason to believe otherwise. Just days after Zotac pushed out a couple of new "eco-friendly" graphics cards, ATP has announced its very own "green" DDR2 FB-DIMM memory modules. The super low power sticks offer up a 1.5 to 3 watts-per-DIMM power saving, which is supposedly 35 percent or so compared to rival models by its calculations. The company has brought along the power saving DIMMs to its booth at the annual CeBIT trade show in Germany, and these are said to be shipping out now to those interested. Michael Plaksin, ATP Vice... Read more...
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