Have you ever wanted to make 3D models that you create on the computer come to life as a real object? 3D printers make this possible, but most are very expensive. MakerBot Industries helps bring affordable 3D printing to the masses with their new Replicator.
Finnish purveyor of designer bags and mobile carrying accessories Golla showed its new collections this year at CES. Among them, ThinkComputers took a look at the company’s heavy duty laptop briefcase, an iPad sleeve, and more. These products will be available in April in the US online. Golla is hoping to expand their sales into various US telecom stores. ThinkComputers’ Jack Wager speaks with Golla’s Carolin Winter in this video interview.
At CES 2012, In Win is showing off some things you might have already seen, and others you’ve never seen. Ray with In Win showed us their power supplies, a revised Dragon Rider chassis, along with a couple concept designs and the super limited edition XFRAME. Each chassis is sleek while being super accessible. For example, on the XFRAME, In Win has included a lockable panel that holds all of the screws, and motherboard standoffs. Also, the XFRAME is truly a limited edition. Each XFRAME will be individually numbered, and it’s rumored that the numbers may not go past triple digits.
Today at Netgear Pre-CES 2012 Press conference we were given a conclusive? overview of their upcoming line of networking storage, media, and connectivity tools. They announced some pretty cool "Hybrid" devices as well as upgrades to the common devices. Lets take a look at each individually:
Seagate was showing off the companies pair of Thunderbolt solutions at CES 2012 this week in Las Vegas. The storage devices on display were a pair the Thunderbolt adapters for the GoFlex Desk and GoFlex Satellite product lines. This means that any owners of those existing product line can now get Thunderbolt capabilities should they choose to. Read on to see what these Thunderbolt products due and to see the new Seagate 4G LTE mobile wireless storage device.
While at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas we stopped by the AMD suite and checked out what they were showing off for the show. This year the company was showing off the upcoming 'Trinity' APU, Lighting Bolt I/O technology, AMD powered tablets, and both desktop and mobile Radeon HD 7000 series video cards. They started off our tour by showing us a little demo that you have to watch!
ASUS was on hand in Las Vegas, NV. for CES 2012 and were showing off their latest Intel X79 chipset motherboards. These aren't just any run of the mill motherboard, they are the latest additions to the infamous Republic of Gamers product line up! The ASUS Rampage IV Formula is the latest enthusiast motherboard in a full ATX solution, while the Rampage IV Gene is a small form factor solution that packs just as much punch! Join us as we preview the latest ASUS Republic of Gamers X79 motherboards!
ioSafe has created a reputation for attempting to creatively destroy one of their rugged external storage enclosures. Since Thunderbolt was very popular in the external storage markets for CES 2012, ioSafe decided their new Thunderbolt Rugged Portable drive should be put to the ultimate test of its name. So the guys over at ioSafe justifiably used a tesla coil to generate nearly one million volts and zapped the drive to see if it could take a direct lightening strike.
Motorola gave us a tour of their latest mobile devices. The Droid 4 and Droid Razr Maxx are expected to be out in the coming weeks. While they don't have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich yet, we were told to expect updates to get pushed out for these devices in the next few months. Check out the videos with Motorola giving us a hands-on demo of each of these superphones and the new Xyboard tablets.
Over the past year OCZ has really made a huge push into the solid state drive space with their purchase of Idilinx, makers of flash controller silicon and software for solid state drives. This year at CES OCZ was showing off what that purchase was all about – the Everest II platform. We were shown demos of the Everest II and what it could do. Also OCZ does have a Thunderbolt drive named lightfoot. Read on to check it all out!