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CES 2011 roundup part 6

Posted on Friday, January 07 2011 @ 21:16:02 CET by

CES 2011 Day 1 Coverage: Corsair | Kingston | Thermaltake | Trendnet @ Tweaknews
"A roundup of what we saw and experienced at our first day at CES 2011 including Corsair, Thermaltake, Patriot, Kingston and Trendnet"

CES 2011: Razer Shows Switchblade 7″ Portable Gaming Computer Concept
Quote: Is this the future of PC gaming? Razer is debuting a prototype of a device it believes will reinvent, or rather, be the start of mobile gaming; the Razer Switchblade. The device is currently only a prototype, but it already looks incredibly intriguing and the company is well on its way to having a consumer ready product.

CES 2011: Intel Demos Future Sandy Bridge Capabilities
Intel has opened up a whole new world of possibilities with this weeks launch of Sandy Bridge. Intel has been working with all sorts of companies in the industry to build an enormous ecosystem of media and processing applications, all designed to enhance you're computing experience. Check out this article to see a number of demonstrations of Sandy Bridge's future capabilities!

"As you can see, the camera does real-time image and spatial recognition to drive the projector display. All of the calculations are done on the Intel Sandy Bridge processor utilizing the new AVX extensions, as well as Turbo Boost 2.0 when needed. Intel plans to develop other applications using this real-time spatial recognition and enable many new types of interactive environments...."



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