We’ve seen DisplayLink before. You might remember when I first reviewed one of their graphics adapters a few years ago, but the capabilities of their solutions now go so much further. What if I told you that you could run two full HD feeds to two separate monitors using just a single USB 2.0 connection?
When an everyday consumer thinks of a tablet, their mind is likely to go straight to the iPad. Apple is a company that is known for making stylish and trendy gadgets, but are they always the best option? The folks with Android don’t think so. Android is reaching out to non-iOS users in a big way with new features and old friends to make their tablets everyone’s favorite.
Rumours reached KitGuru a while back that Intel would be in full testing mode for its new high-end products, sometime just after Computex 2011 in Taipei. From what’s being shown on the stands, that looks about right.
We mentioned in our ASUS Press Conference coverage that the new UX Series Ultra Portable notebooks were hitting the shelves soon. Here’s an even better look at this new notebook featuring a slick aluminum shell with a 17mm back tapering to a 3mm front side.
Futurelooks dropped in on ZALMAN to see what was new at the show. As you can see in our video coverage above, there were many really interesting things coming out of the company. The bluetooth headset thing was kind of out there, but the computer stuff looked pretty solid. Here’s a quick run down of the new stuff in a bit more detail.
One of the bigger drawbacks to iDevices is that they are set in the amount of storage they have. Unlike some other smartphones and tablets, they don’t have memory expansion slots. Kingston is addressing this issue in a very creative way: the Kingston Wi-Drive.
When you hear of Patriot Memory, what’s the first thing to comes to mind. Maybe it’s their RAM. Maybe it’s their SSDs. Maybe it’s their flash drives. But also have a little gem of a device called the Patriot Box Office. I reviewed the original Patriot Box Office a couple of years ago and now they have a brand new version in the works called the Box Office Alpine. The biggest difference? It runs on Google Android.
Day 3 was actually quite busy for me with the first half of the day being dedicated to finishing off my official meeting schedule and the rest of the time making new contacts and checking out some of the random gear you find on the show floor.