Corsair recently held their CES Press Conference at the V Bar in Las Vegas Nevada during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) of 2011. Legit Reviews was fortunate enough to be among the press who were invited! There was quite a bit of eye candy and technology to keep the press occupied while we waited for the conference to begin. You, our readers, are fortunate enough that you will not have to wait among the company of the lovely women of Corsair and of the V Bar! You can have the highlights with out the wait!
Day 2 of CES 2011 -- We had the opportunity to visit PowerColor at their tower suite in the Wynn hotel and get a look at some of their current and upcoming products. Among the products we were shown was the first passively cooled HD6850 card and a water-cooled HD6970. We also got a small nugget of information regarding the HD6990.
PowerColor is an AMD partner, and so far, they have stuck with AMD both for dedicated graphics and CPU/motherboards.
When you come to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, you really are offered the full gamut of consumer electronics. They’ve got new motherboards and processors for the hardware guys, as well as iPod docks and HDTVs for the multimedia buffs. And yes, console gamers get some love too.
Who needs Kinect when you can re-experience blast processing? Who needs intense Black Ops action when side-scrolling through a pixelated Mushroom Kingdom is just as enjoyable? That’s almost the kind of impression I got when I dropped by the Hyperkin booth at CES 2011 in Las Vegas.
Like many companies, CoolerMaster chose to present their products in a location outside the main convention center in Las Vegas -- a suite in the Bellagio hotel. On site, they had a number of new products that will come out in the next few months, as well as a few NDA products about which we cannot disclose any more than that they should be well worth the wait.