CES roundup of the day

Posted on Sunday, January 10 2010 @ 2:40 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
CES 2010: Shuttle Revolutionizes Mobile Platforms @ TechwareLabs
Shuttle is introducing a standard that will allow laptops, netbooks, and notebooks to be modular. . . down to the very last component. A simple swap of the motherboard now becomes possible and will completely upgrade your laptop extending its life indefinitely.

CES 2010: iBUYPOWER @ ThinkComputers.org
“Our friends from iBUYPOWER had sure a lot of things to show us this year at CES, some things were so top secret they would not even let us take photos of them! iBUYPOWER is one of the best custom system builders out there, we recently reviewed one of their custom systems and were very impressed. Let’s see what iBUYPOWER has in store for us in 2010!"

CES 2010 Day 5 Coverage: Zalman / Thermaltake @ Tweaknews

CES 2010 Consumer Electronics Show - Day 1 @ Ninjalane
Quote: On the first official day of CES we had an early morning NVidia press conference that really consumed the entire morning, as a result we didn't get to hit the show floor until well after lunch. The next major meeting we had was with EVGA and much like last year EVGA was not located in the convention center but rather in one of the nearby hotels.

CES 2010: Moneual Labs @ ThinkComputers.org
“Moneual Labs has many very attractive HTPC cases and home theater units, but this year, it’s branching out into several categories of computer hardware, including nettops, netbooks, and green PC designs. For most items, pricing and availability were unavailable at press time. We covered Maneual (pronounced man WALL) last year, too."

HardwareHeaven.com's CES 2010 Video Coverage
"HardwareHeaven have been over at CES 2010 in Las Vegas. Today we have the first of our video reports from the show featuring Intel, CoolIT and Vuzix."

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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