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CES 2008 Day 3 coverage

Posted on Thursday, January 10 2008 @ 15:08:49 CET by


This year Buffalo was not exhibiting on the show floor, but they were nice enough to invite us up to their suite in the Renaissance to see what new products they will have for us in 2008. They showed us their new MediaStation Blu-ray HD DVD, TeraStation Pro II Rackmount, LinkStation EZ, and a cool device called the Wi-Fi Gamers.

Check it out at ThinkComputers.






BCC Hardware has a best of CES overview and some more day 3 coverage over here.




OCIA.net has posted their 2008 CES Coverage: OCZ Technology article.

"Something a bit more interesting is the new Flex2 DDR3 modules. These heatspreaders feature a new fin design that is more efficient when being used as a passive cooling solution. If you want to ramp things up with liquid cooling, each side of the Flex2 has an inlet and outlet, allowing you to fully cool each side of the module with fresh coolant."

Read on at OCIA.






Pro Clockers has a SilverStone article and they also visited ThermalTake's booth.




TWL recently asked Johnathan "fatal1ty" Wendell a few questions about gaming, his product line, and some funny events. They have his answers as well as a 6 minute video of their interview with Fatal1ty. Check it out over here.




It may come as a surprise to many of you but Soyo is now out of the motherboard market and is instead working on display technologies. They have licensed their technology to Honeywell and they will be selling monitors and TVs under the Honeywell name. This is just a licensing deal and Honeywell did not swallow up Soyo... yet. That being said, they have some nice products so far which aren't yet released. This is a 24" 1920x1200 monitor. Pretty nice stuff from a company that is reinventing itself.

Check it out at ASE Labs.


 



 

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