ASUS is one of the dominant forces in the computer industry and today we were given a preview of what’s to come from them this summer. Get a glimpse of their first foray into the world of boutique gaming PC’s, extreme high-end graphics cards, and their high performance and thin and light Windows based portable tablets.
It’s our first day in Taiwan and Computex doesn’t start until tomorrow, but that didn’t stop us from getting a preview of some of the innovative new products that will be seen at the show this week. Read on to see some pictures of the show being setup and to see some of the first new products that we spotted. Included are the Antec Lanboy Air PC case, Evercool Transformer 4 CPU Cooler and more!
On April 10, 2010, three of the leading overclocking teams in North America battle it out for two days using the new ASUS ROG Rampage III Extreme and Maximus III Extreme motherboards. Team Pure, OC Alliance and XtremeSystems went head to head in a 3-way overclocking shootout featuring ten different benchmarks to see which team was the best. Read on to see who won and to see what went on at the event!
Last week the folks over at LucidLogix (Lucid) introduced the HYDRA 200 real time distributed processing engine. We’ve spent the past few days asking questions and getting answers about this agnostic multi-GPU solution from companies like AMD, Lucid and NVIDIA. Read on to see a brief background on the technology and what the companies have to say about it.
To wrap up our coverage of the 2009 Intel Developer Forum we are going to bring you coverage on a number of companies who had products that stood out to us over all the rest. If you’ve heard about Super Talent’s TeraByte PCIe RAIDDrive SSD, Intel’s 7 SSD PCIe card, Kingston’s dozen SSDNow powered demo system, Marvell’s SATA 6G storage controller, Lucid’s Hydra 200 multi-GPU technology or SuperSpeed USB 3.0 then you are in for a real treat today.
Last night Legit Reviews got to spend some time with ARCHOS and got a hands on look at the recently announced 9PCtablet (tablet PC). The ARCHOS 9 pushes the boundaries of what one might consider the future of netbooks, as this Intel Atom powered tablet PC has some features that might just leave you wanting one!
Rambus and Kingston recently announced that they have successfully co-developed a threaded DDR3 memory module or improved multi-core computing. What makes this announcement interesting is that the initial test results have shown an improvement in data throughput of up to 50 percent, while reducing power consumption by 20 percent compared to conventional DDR3 memory modules!
Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini was the main speaker for this morning’s keynote and spoke about the state of Intel and the direction that the company was headed. If you are interested in what Intel will be up to in the near future this is worth a read!
BlizzCon 2009 came as fast as it went. The news Blizzard dropped on us last week during their 4th BlizzCon from the Anaheim Convention Center was very exciting and definitely delivered the thirst for previews and fun that we all have come to expect from BlizzCon. Read on to see our recap on this years event.
We encountered not only Booth Babes, but more CosBabes and even CosDudes in costume at BlizzCon 2009. In fact there were so many CosPeople that it was hard for us to just narrow down the top ones that we saw, so we gathered together 20 CosBabes and a few CosDudes for you to take a peak at if you couldn’t make the show.
This year’s BlizzCon has exploded with hardware vendors trying to get the attention of gamers. We stopped by their booths to find out what hardware goodies they had for the people. Read on to see what ASUS, Intel, Kingston, NVIDIA, Razer and SteelSeries were showing off at BlizzCon 2009.
Today, Legit Reviews is proud to bring you floor coverage of Blizzard Entertainments 4th BlizzCon Gaming Convention in Anaheim, California. We are literally across the street from the “Happiest Place on Earth”- Disneyland, but for the 25,000 attendees and more than 40,000 online viewers, they could care less about Mickey Mouse.
Often described as the “Woodstock of Gaming,” QuakeCon is a four-day, non-stop celebration of games and the people who play them. Free to all and open to the public, QuakeCon 2009 featured North America’s largest Bring-Your-Own-Computer (BYOC) LAN party for nearly 3,000 people and we bring you some coverage of what you missed.
Legit Reviews has been scouring the BYOC at Quakecon 2009 and has found 15 cases that have been modded and stand out from the crowd. We saw a bunch of Dell and HP computers as well, but who cares about store bought PCs. Quakecon is all about Do-It-Yourself systems and the gamers here are the real deal.