“CoolIT makes excellent, self-contained water cooling products meant for folks who are interested in cooling their systems with water but don’t want to take the risks of damaging their components. Last year, CoolIT introduced the Domino self-contained water cooling apparatus, but this year, CoolIT takes it several steps further, including introducing a wireless monitoring system for fans, lights, and such."
"When we visited the Nokia booth, the first thing we took a look at was the Nokia Booklet 3G. The booklet 3G comes packed with some nice features including Windows 7, 120GB of storage and up to a 12 hour battery with a 10.1" screen."
Day one of the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show started with a trip to Piero's Italian restaurant across the street from the Las Vegas Convention Center for the Lunch @ Piero's media event. As the name suggests, this two-day event is held at Piero's restaurant where roughly 20 companies display their products for the media in attendance. Invited guests are also treated to a complementary meal in a relaxed atmosphere.
Cooler Master brought some new CPU cooling hardware to Las Vegas for CES 2010. We were lucky enough to get a few photos and some details. Check out our coverage from their suite at the new Aria Hotel.
"Continuing to make the rounds here at CES, we dropped by to see Cooler Master at the new Aria Hotel at the Las Vegas City Center. The first item of note from our visit was the Cooler Master V6 GT. This is a reasonably sized heat sink with plenty of cooling power..."
“Psyko Audio dubs their headet ‘the perfect room’. Does it live up to the hype? It most certainly does! True 5.1 sound delivered via WaveGuides (air tubes) to their correct position. What does all of this mean? It means, that you get every sound right where it belongs."
For Samsung, one of the major themes for the year 2010 will be a "3D complete home ecosystem" this means that the end user will be able to seamlessly experience the full power of 3D without spending much time with the set up and installation. This is made possible by their commitment to the development of the a complete and stand alone operation system that was created from the ground up just for their television sets.
Intel's new WiDi (Wireless Display Interface) technology will start to be bundled with various Core i5 and Core i3 notebooks later this month and it promises to address the Home Theater and Multimedia PC markets with a solution that will enable wireless connectivity of your notebook over HDMI to an HDTV. Using standard 802.11n wireless technologies for transmission of data, Intel describes the product as "a solution that requires a laptop PC based on select 2010 Intel Core processors, Intel HD Graphics, and Intel Centrino wireless with Intel MyWiFi Technology enabled. The laptop needs to have Intel Wireless Display software installed and also an adapter featuring Intel Wireless Display is required to receive the signals from the PC that display them on the TV. This adapter is connected to the TV via either HDMI or standard AV cables."