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Do you remember the iBUYPOWER Battalion Touch CZ-10 Multi-Touch gaming notebook we told you about last week? Well, it's now available for preorder. iBUYPOWER says the system will ship starting January 22nd though readers with a keen eye may notice that iBUYPOWER's website says the system could ship a couple days earlier. Either way, this 15-inch... Read more...
Some of the most impressive booths at CES 2010 used walls of screens that were spanned and combined to display one scene. The experience is similar to walking into Best Buy and standing in the middle of the TV section while surrounded with LCDs and Plasmas, but perhaps on a grander scale. While companies have been using this tactic for... Read more...
Some of the most impressive booths at CES 2010 used walls of screens that were spanned and combined to display one scene. The experience is similar to walking into Best Buy and standing in the middle of the TV section while surrounded with LCDs and Plasmas, but perhaps on a grander scale. While companies have been using this tactic for years... Read more...
Although they're not quite ready for prime-time just yet, MSI gave us a glimpse at three new PCs the company is working on creating. The company believes the new systems could redefine the way customers interact with digital information within the home. The first concept PC is a 3D All-in-One PC. To use this PC, you must wear wireless 3D glasses... Read more...
A bunch of new netbooks launched at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show, but you'll still have to select an ultraportable (or larger) if you want a machine with an integrated optical drive. Still, Intel's new Atom N450 is likely to move quite a few more netbooks in early 2010, particularly amongst those who were waiting for... Read more...
Razer has generally been known best for its hot gaming mice, and more recently, keyboards. But clearly the company has expansion in mind, and with the high-end peripheral market booming (Rock Band instruments, anyone?), there has never been a better time to dabble in the world of motion sensing. At CES 2010, Razer teamed with Sixense and Valve... Read more...
We briefly mentioned Smartfish Technologies when we rounded up the best and brightest from the early days of CES 2010, but the new ErgoMotion Keyboard deserves more than a passing glance. Much like the Optimus Maximus in its day, this keyboard has the potential to really revolutionize the way we experience typing... Read more...
3D gaming has come to the Palm webOS platform. During CES, Palm introduced several graphics-intensive game titles for webOS. The titles come from leading game developers such as EA Mobile, Gameloft, Glu Mobile, and Laminar Research. In all, seven 3D games were introduced, including: “Need for Speed Undercover” (EA Mobile)“The Sims 3” (EA Mobile)“MONOPOLY”... Read more...
Storage announcements haven't been everywhere here at CES, but Samsung has taken a moment to divert from its notebook and HDTV announcements to introduce a new rugged, eco-friendly external hard drive family. The G Series lineup bolsters the company's external drive portfolio of 1.8”, 2.5” and 3.5” drives, which aims... Read more...
CES is a proving ground for big tech companies, and with any big tech show comes Dell. Today, the company made a number of significant announcements, including a sneak peek of the Mini 3 smartphone and a 5" tablet concept that could very well turn the industry up on its head. The company also made a few introductions on things that are a little... Read more...
Following in the footsteps of Google, Navigon, and Nextar, TomTom is promising free map updates for select GPS navigation systems starting in the second quarter of this year. Although details as to which models will be included in this offer are scant at this point, TomTom tells us that the updates will be available to users by simply connecting... Read more...
We've heard about this one before, but now Spring Design has officially taken the wraps off of the Alex dual-screen e-reader. Based on the Android operating system, the Alex lets users search the Internet on the lower 3.5-inch color browser LCD screen while also displaying books, periodicals, and even personal documents on the paper-like 6-inch... Read more...
For awhile, Intel's Core i7 was the only Core around. Then came the Core i5 and Core i3, and now a whole new world of machines are being offered up at much more reasonable price points. CyberPower is usually one of the first PC makers out there to implement new chips once they hit the market, and the same goes this... Read more...
Can't decide between a slate tablet and a thin and light notebook? Lenovo has just the solution. The new IdeaPad U1 hybrid notebook offers the best of both worlds with a removable multitouch screen that has a separate ARM processor and runs on Lenovo's customized Skylight operating system. When the IdeaPad U1 is in its traditional clamshell... Read more...
Toshiba expanded its NAND-flash-based SSD line-up by introducing a 128GB Half-Slim /mSATA SG Series SSD designed for use in mini-mobile and netbook PCs. Toshiba also introduced a third generation, high performance HG3 Series featuring higher performance read/write SSDs. The HG3 generation SSD is designed for use in notebook computers, gaming,... Read more...
The GPS market as a whole changed when Google introduces its Maps Navigation feature on the Motorola Droid. All of a sudden, real GPS was available to anyone willing to support Android, and buying those dedicated navigators suddenly felt less necessary. In response, it seems that both Garmin and TomTom are being more mindful of pricing, and... Read more...
We've seen digital photo frames shifting their feature set over the last few months in particular; it used to be that a large screen, maybe a Wi-Fi module and a few card slots made a decent frame. Now, it's not a standout frame without something really radical--something like a printer, or something like a live data... Read more...
If you wanted proof that Intel and ARM architecture licensees will soon be in direct competition with each other, there's plenty of ammo handy at this year's CES. A number of prominent companies have announced multimedia-centric products based around ARM CPUs, including NVIDIA, Marvell, ZiiLabs (a branch of Creative), and NXP Semiconductor.... Read more...
The night before the first day of CES is typically filled with numerous parties and pre-show expos loaded with hot new products and technologies. We attended one such event last night, Digital Experience, where a number of major players were peddling their wares. While at the event, we got to see a real-live NVIDIA... Read more...
The night before the first day of CES is typically filled with numerous parties and pre-show expos loaded with hot new products and technologies. We attended one such event last night, Digital Experience, where a number of major players were peddling their wares. While at the event, we got to see a real-live NVIDIA Fermi-based graphics card... Read more...
Super Talent actually released its original RAIDDrive nearly a year ago, but with USB 3.0 on the rise, it hasn't waste any time in transforming the popular device into once that can now take advantage of the faster version of the USB protocol. This week, the company said that it had started to ship the USB 3.0 RAIDDrive in volume, with 32GB,... Read more...
AMD Unveils World’s First Mobile Graphics with Microsoft DirectX 11 Gaming Support for Notebook Computers – ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 graphics processor breaks the teraFLOPS barrier to become World’s Fastest Mobile Graphics - Las Vegas, Nev. (International CES 2010) - Jan. 7, 2010 - AMD (NYSE: AMD) today introduced its lineup of... Read more...
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