Setup at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, I had the chance to meet up
with the folks at Sony Online Entertainment and they had a handful of
games that they were looking to highlight at this year's CES. These
games are all approaching different markets and genres, ranging from
child-friendly virtual living to swashbuckling in the 18th century.
Let's have a look!
If you have not heard of Targus you should have. They are the leading global provider of notebook carry cases and accessories. We checked out a few of their bags last year and they were nice enough to invite us to check out some of their new products that they will be launching in 2008. Although they did not show us as many products as last year, they did have some new laptop bags and accessories.
Yoggie Security Systems is the developer of the world's first hardware-based computer security solution. The whole goal behind Yoggie is to eliminate software-based security solutions and move those off of your computer. Doing so, according to Yoggie, has several advantages.
Dell was neatly tucked away in a corner of the convention center, and attracted a decent mass with its new displays and and all-in-one PC. While ThinkComputers would have liked to see Dell have a larger presence, what it did bring to the table was pretty neat. Read on for the coverage. Before you do, though, grab a napkin-you may salivate.
Although you won't find NYKO Technologies Inc. on the trade show floor
at the LVCC, the video game accessories maker is totally attending CES
2008. I had to head up to their private suite at the Las Vegas Hilton
to check out their gear, but coming from a long-time console gamer, I
have to say that the trip up the elevator was totally worth it.
ASUS was one of the hottest names this year at CES. With all the hype from the Eee PC and ASUS's keynote earlier in the week their booth was crowded, but they took the time to take us through and check out all of their new products. They have new notebooks, motherboards, video cards, and other CE products. Read on to see what we saw from ASUS at CES this year.