CES 2010 news roundup

Posted on Monday, January 11 2010 @ 14:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
CES 2010: OCZ Vertex 2, Z-Drive P88 and USB 3.0 SSDs @ Legit Reviews
OCZ Technology unveiled all sorts of next generation solid state drives (SSDs) this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show and Legit Reviews was there to check it out for you. Read on to see what OCZ is going to be up to in the months to come with new products like the Vertex 2, Z-Drive P88, USB 3.0 Portable SSD and their first ever SAS SSD.

"OCZ is planning a few different PCIe x8 based SSD's, one of which is capable speeds of up to 1400MB/s read and 1500MB/s write! Dubbed the Z-Drive s88, it will be available at 512GB and 1TB. Pictured above is the Z-Drive p88, it is capable of up to 1300MB/s read and 1200MB/s write. It will also be available in sizes of 512GB and 1TB..."

CES 2010: Silverstone @ ThinkComputers.org
“Last year at CES 2009, Silverstone wowed us with the uniquely shaped Raven and the aluminum unibody Fortress, two high end gaming cases. Both cases are aimed at the high-level enthusiast market. This year, however, Silverstone recognized the economic stress the world’s having, and turned out some chasses in a lower price range. Additionally, it released updated versions of its HTPC, Mini-ITX, and gaming chassis lines, weighed in on USB3, and unified its power supply line under a single name."

CES 2010: Everki @ TechwareLabs
Everki a company many of us here is the states may have never heard of. Being established roughly 4 years ago, they have made a pretty good impression on those in the Europe area. It was only a few months ago when Everki expanded to United States where they wish to make yet and even bigger impression on those with a mobile lifestyle.

CES 2010 Coverage day 4 at OCC
"Sony's booth this year wasn't really very full of computer hardware this year, but they did have several new and cool technologies. For instance they had their PSP 2 there running several Japanese games. To me it felt a little flimsy compared to the original, but if mobility is your goal then it does seem that the PSP 2 is a great option."

CES 2010: OCZ @ ThinkComputers.org
“This year at CES OCZ, a company mainly known for system memory was not showing a single stick of memory at all! This year OCZ’s focus was all about SSD’s. They showed quite a few new models as well as some really cool enterprise solutions that they will be offering very soon. They also had a few new power supplies as well."

I4U News Top 10 CES 2010 Highlights
"According to CES organizers CEA 20,000 new products have been announced last week in Las Vegas. After a week of intense CES coverage we have picked the hottest new products in our Top 10 CES 2010 Highlights. Starting off the list is the LG CF3D Single Lens 3D Projector with passive 3D glasses, which is the ideal way to bring 3D in the living room..."

CES 2010: Kingston HyperX 24GB 1600MHz Memory Kit @ Legit Reviews
Kingston has announced a pair of high capacity memory kits and also showed Legit Reviews an upcoming set of water cooled modules. If you are a heavy Photoshop or Virtual Machine user you owe it to yourself to take a look at these new memory kits.

Quote: "CES always brings out new and awe inspiring products. One such product is the Kingston HyperX 24GB DDR3 1600MHz memory kit. Yes, that's right, 24 Gigabytes at 1600MHz! Photoshop users rejoice! The kit consists of 6x 4GB Memory DIMM's, rated with a CAS Latency of 9, and run at an impressive 1600MHz. Kingston had a system on hand to show us what could be done with 24GB of memory."

CES 2010: Nyko @ ThinkComputers.org
If you’re a gamer, chances are you know Nyko is synonymous with affordable quality peripherals. At CES 2010, Nyko is showing off impressive products such as the Wand+ and Charge Base Quad IC (Wii), Media Hub Slim and Core Controller (PS3), Speaker Com 360 and Intercooler TS (Xbox 360). Each product offers benefits to their original counterparts while retaining the same high quality and affordability that Nyko has always offered.

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Thomas De Maesschalck

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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