The ASUS Eee PC notebook has been the center of discussion of their recently released products. Now available in multiple colors and multiple price points ranging from $299 to $499, this laptop has already been compared to the $100 laptop campaign as its competition. Read on to learn more as LR is still covering the 2008 International CES!
AMD was showing off the upcoming Radeon HD 3870 X2 video card that Legit Reviews posted the very first pictures of nearly two months ago. AMD said that development of the Radeon HD 3870 X2 is going as planned and the drivers for a single card are nearly complete. Read on to see new pictures and to take a look at DirectX 10 mobile gaming graphics.
CES had many wonders to behold but Lian Li had an upcoming chassis on display that is not only big in stature but big in price as well. What makes this case so expensive? Not what you might suspect. Read on for the pictures and lowdown.
The BMW Sauber F1 Racing Team and Intel had something called the incredible Pit Lane Park experience in the parking lot this year at CES 2008. Located directly across from the convention center, the experience puts you up close and personal with F1 racing cars. Read on to take a look at some outside pictures.
The Legit Reviews Crew is still in Las Vegas covering the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show and stopped by one of the best looking and coolest booths at CES – Skullcandy. They were kind enough to give us a special sneak peak to what they are planning to release in 2008. We highlight two killer products to be released: The iPhone Full Metal Jacket and the Double Agent. Read on to find out more.
Foxconn has a couple new motherboards they are showing off at CES that are worth looking at. Both are directed at enthusisasts and are the most extreme board we have ever seen Foxconn show off. If you are into overclocking and system performance then this article is for you! Get ready to be impressed!
Continuing our coverage of CES 2008, we stop by the Jabra booth to see what they have in store for Bluetooth lovers this year. They unveil two lightweight, but processor-heavy headsets, and a funky wireless speaker/headphone combo that is sure to turn heads.
Enermax was showing some of their new wares at CES including power supplies, case fans, keyboards and notebook coolers. They were quite proud of their innovations and we spent quite a bit of time at their booth hearing the details. Now it’s your turn.
OCZ Technology has a ton of new products on display here at the International CES 2008. OCZ has tons of new products and today Legit Reviews covers Flex2, Hydroflow, HydroJet, Neural Impulse Actuator, 32GB Flash drives were high-capacity SATA and SATAII Solid State Drives. All of these products are brand new and are set to come out in 2008.
Western Digital is yet another company that has made an appearance at the 2008 International CES. Western Digital is showing off four new My Book external storage devices and a new Green Power (GP) Caviar Hard Disk drive. Did we mention that all of these drives are offered in 1TB? Read on to learn more!
Arctic Cooling unveiled a few new products at CES and we were able to get a look at a prototype product as well. Legit Reviews was able to take a sneak peak at an upcoming active RAM cooler that will be out next month if all goes as planned. We also have the scoop on the Freezer Extreme CPU Cooler, so read on and take a look.
The 2008 International CES is not disappointing this year and awesome products can be found at every booth! Art Lebedev is showing off their highly anticipated OLED Optimus Maximus keyboard. Read on to find out what all you can do with this keyboard and if this product will fit the bill. If you are ready to look at a $462.27 keyboard, then this article is for you.
Legit Reviews looks at new Hybrid SLI-capable products from NVIDIA! Included is the NVIDIA nForce 780a SLI, nForce 750a SLI, and nForce 730a media and communication processors (MCPs) for AMD CPUs, which will be released next month, as well as the new GeForce 8200—the industry’s first micro-ATX motherboard solution with an onboard Microsoft DirectX 10-compliant motherboard GPU.
Kingston has just added four new flash drives to their DataTraveler product line. The 110, 400, Style & HyperX DataTravelers each come in a variety of capacities. Read on to get the scoop of what these flash drives will offer and pricing!
SanDisk Corporation was showing off a 72-gigabyte (GB), 1.8-inch solid state drive (SSD) as a drop-in replacement for the standard mechanical hard disk drive that will be available in mobile products later this year. Read on to take a look at this small SATA drive!