"CES lives on. Despite slashed budgets, lower attendee numbers, and the lack of one show-dominating product, this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has been one to remember. After returning home, recouping about 34 hours of sleep debt, and reviewing our experiences, we've rounded up the top ten items from this show that stand out as the best manufacturers have to offer. From 3D TVs to next-generation e-readers, these were the products that we can't wait to see on store shelves in 2010."
CoolerMaster was at CES this year with a handful of new products for 2010. They showed us a new V6 Cooler based on the V8, a new series of Gamer Xtreme (GX) PSUs rated for 80 plus and an affordable price tag, some new fans and a refresh to the CM 690 called the CM 690 II Advanced and a more affordable basic model.
The first day of CES 2010 literally flew by. When you’re meeting up with old friends and making new ones with some of the best people in the tech industry, it’s really easy to lose track of time. We talked tech about some really cool things coming to the PC which turn it something more than just a box full of technical junk. Let’s get to it.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I have a thing for little gadgets and other things that allow me to maintain my mobile lifestyle. As a freelance writer, I can work from just about anywhere with a solid Internet connection. However, I do require the right tools for the trade. What was being shown off at CES for this purpose?
A few days ago, I wrote about the new and emerging HD television technology showcased at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show. Samsung and LG were two of the bigger players in this growing arena, but both Korean juggernauts had plenty to offer in other product areas as well.
In recent years at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it seemed like the different manufacturers were constantly fighting with one another to produce the largest single panel television. This year was different. Instead of simply going for size, they really started to focus on new features that would actually enhance the user experience.
“Intel had by far one of the biggest booths this year at CES. This year’s CES was a big one for them as they announced more the 25 processors! Not only were they showing off their new processors they also had wireless and embedded technology on display. I also had time to sit down with Dan from Intel and he went over the new processors and what Intel plans for 2010."
"Much like Unveiled and Digital Experience, ShowStoppers is another press event at CES that gives companies the opportunity to speak with the media in a more relaxed environment than the show floor offers. The great thing about these media events is that each venue almost always has different companies displaying, so you aren't likely to run into the same company each time. ShowStoppers was about as big in size as Digital Experience although it certainly seemed less cramped."
Quote: While attending Showstoppers during CES 2010 convention TechwareLabs was introduced to the Smartfish Technologies who showed off two of their new products called ERGOMOTION T Keyboard and the ERGOMOTION T mouse.