Today, Thermaltake offers nearly every accessory you can imagine: PC cases, air and water cooling solutions, power supplies, external hard drive storage, etc. We stopped by Thermaltake's booth in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center to see what they have in store for the coming year.
More at OCIA.
Hot Hardware just posted their photo report and recap from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. They’ve got images and product information from over 20 companies available, including perennial players like Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA. But if you’d also like to check out things like Samsung’s 30nm prototype NAND flash chips, Seagate’s D.A.V.E., the OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator, Asus’ new GPS, or any one of a number of other cool products, they’ve got that posted too.
Check it out over here.
Sony always makes an impact at CES because of its large booth and flashy products. Sony introduced some new things, but a lot of them are outside of what ThinkComputers covers. However, there are a few things that TC simply must mention. Read on for the coverage over here.
Besides being able to check out all of the latest in tech gear, CES is a great place to network, and what better setting to do that than a party? This year, there were over 50 parties going on during CES. It is impossible to attend them all, because many take place at the same time...
Check it out at OCIA
There were 30 racers in all, representing all medium of media, from
print to online to TV. Returning for his second year of competition,
FutureLooks' own Stephen Fung was among the competitors along with
fellow Canadian's, John Chow from The TechZone, Geoff Gasior from The
Tech Report and Sean Carruthers from The Lab With Leo. Heavy hitters
like Will Smith from MaximumPC and Steve Bass from PC World were also
on hand to take a crack at the big prize.
More coverage from the Tiger Direct race at Futurelooks.
In Win is a company that is not that well know, but very creative. Back in April they sent us their Alpha 360 case and it was one of the best cases we reviewed last year. Well at CES they showed us a few of their new cases, a new concept case, and a very interesting hard drive enclosure. Read on to see how In Win is changing how people think about PC cases.
Check it out at ThinkComputers.
Another CES 2008 coverage edition
Posted on Friday, Jan 18 2008 @ 05:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck