A quick look on current and forthcoming water-cooling products from CoolIT: Pure, Freezone Elite, Reference Series, Boreas and a prototype for rack-mount servers.
"At CES 2008 we could see the complete range of current and forthcoming water-cooling products from CoolIT, including the prototype of a water-cooling solution for rack-mount servers."
Check it out at Hardware Secrets.
Logitech released five new or improved products at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show. The five products that were unveiled: Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote, diNovo Mini Keyboard, Z Cinema Advanced Surround Sound System, Squeezebox Duet Network Music System and the Cordless Desktop MX 5500 Revolution.
Read more at OCIA.
Chip giant Intel made a fanciful showing at CES, but its desktop processors were not its top dog this year. No, folks, this year, Intel was pushing WiMax, the next generation wireless standard designed to provide broadband speeds throughout the world. Intel also showed off its mobile computing platform and companies who use it. Intel also announced a mobile Internet device platform, as well as a system-on-a-chip platform aimed at set-top boxes. Intel did formally announce its 45 nm process, though. ThinkComputers has the scoop.
Read on at ThinkComputers.
Sure, the tech is great, but one of the coolest areas of CES was the North Hall, where all of the cars, car audio and babes were found. We found over fifty sweet rides through our travels and have pictures of each - everything from modest classics to the latest exotics.
More at Techgage.
CES 2008 - just a couple more things
Posted on Wednesday, Jan 16 2008 @ 04:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck