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CES 2010 roundup of the day

Posted on Friday, January 15 2010 @ 13:30:39 CET by


CES 2010: Patriot Memory
Patriot showed us two new SSDs as well, the Zephyr and the Inferno. The Zephyr is based on a JMicron controller while the Inferno is built around a SandForce controller. Unlike many SSDs we have seen in the past, we were told that both of these drives have no on-board cache as the controller is able to handle everything smoothly."





CES 2010 Coverage
"Its all done all 45 pages of it. All Pics and videos have been added. Yes we even had the booth babes dancing. Final thoughts/conclusions have been completed and what we expect for next year.





CES 2010: ASUS @ ThinkComputers.org
“ASUS had quite a sizeable booth this year at CES. They were showing off quite a few products from displays to netbooks. We mainly got a chance to take a look at motherboards, video cards and some networking products. JJ from ASUS was nice enough to run through everything with us and I’m really excited about what ASUS has in store for 2010, let’s take a look!"





CES 2010: OCZ @ TechwareLabs
For the year of 2010 the main concentration of the memory companies has been the SSD (Solid State Drive). In fact the responses to solid state memory products has been so positive that even the major companies are starting to develop interesting product solutions for both the consumer market and the enterprise market. OCZ Technologies, one of the industry giants has also adopted the change towards solid state and this time around is introducing many improvements to already existing SSD products as well presents new revolutionary products which generate speeds that quite frankly may just seem ungodly.



 



 

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