Kingston Technology was very busy during CES 2013, as the memory manufacturer released new products, celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the HyperX product line and held the championship match the companies first StarCraft II tournament. Legit Reviews visited Kingston several times this week to keep up with all that the company was doing. In this article we’ll be covering the StarCraft II Tournament and some of the Kingston HyperX Products that they had on display.
Another year, another Pepcom Digital Experience event where we get a sneak peak of some of the products that will be on display at CES, a day before the show officially starts. We have pictures from the event plus products like a 4K display from ViewSonic, orange goo filled mobile cases and more!
OCZ’s Vector drive was a big hit and it pushed the limits of the SATA III 6Gbps interface. What next? Move it to PCIe and throw a couple of Indilinx Barefoot 3 controllers on there and stand back as it rockets to 1000MB/s throughputs. We stopped by to see OCZ at CES and were able to see them first hand.
The Razer Edge Pro is currently the world’s fastest tablet on the market, designed with the gamer in mind. Running Windows 8 and holding a powerful dual-core i7 CPU, 8GB of GDDR 3, and up to 256GB of built-in SSD storage, this tablet certainly does pack a serious punch. Read on to learn more about the forthcoming accessories for this tablet.
Last night Corsair held an invite only event at the V Bar in Las Vegas Nevada during CES 2013. While there they showed off several of their latest products, between you and me, they have been busy. Perhaps the most impressive, or at least the most anticipated is the follow up to the Obsidian 800D, the Corsair 900D is bigger, better, and much cooler then the original. Inside we have lots of pictures and information on the 900D as well as many other products. Come on in, take a look, and tell us what you like best in the forums!
Thermaltake had a suite full of interesting products here at CES 2013 and Legit Reviews stopped by to take a look and see what the hot products are going to be for 2013. Thermaltake has new computer cases, Air & Water CPU Coolers, Gaming Keyboards and more. Today we will take a peek at some of the highlights in the Thermaltake Suite. Take a look at some of what we saw and let us know what you like!
AMD provided an early look at its new 2013 accelerated processing units today at a press conference during CES 2013. AMD demonstrated working silicon of its first true system on chip (SoC) APUs, codenamed “Temash” and “Kabini,” which will be the industry’s first quad-core x86 SoCs. Both APUs are scheduled to ship in the first half of 2013. AMD also introduced the new APU codenamed “Richland” which is currently shipping to OEMs and delivers visual performance increases ranging from more than 20 percent to up to 40 percent over the previous generation of AMD A-Series APUs. The follow-on to “Richland” will be the 28nm APU codenamed “Kaveri” in the second half of 2013.
At today’s Intel Press conference, they were showing off the latest Atom and Core CPUs. The new Atom CPU offers 2x the performance of the current generation, while the new Core CPU offers power usage as low as 7 watts. Read on to see what Intel had to say during their opening keynote of CES 2013.
ASUS has been busy behind closed doors in the recent months. Today at CES 2013 in Las Vegas Nevada they were kind enough to open those doors and show off what they have been so diligently working on. We started off seeing a low power AMD APU mini ITX motherboard featuring the E2-2000 APU and followed that up with the more enthusiast products that we have come to love from ASUS. We were able to take a look at the new ASUS ARES II graphics card that features dual AMD 7970 GHz edition GPU’s, as well as the RAIDR Express. The RAIDR Express is the first entry for ASUS into the SSD market. With the ROG name behind it, it has a lot to live up to!
CES Unveiled is the official press event of the 2013 International CES and Legit Reviews was in attendance trying to find some interesting and innovative products to show to our readers tonight. CES Unveiled is attended by more than 1,500 media and analysts from around the world. We fought the hoard of journalists for a glimpse of what the highlights of the CES 2013 would be and we think we have assembled a good look at those products in this article.
Sony has recently released their latest upgrade to their Vegas video editing application in Vegas Pro 12. This version of Vegas adds tons of feature enhancements and performance improvements. Since this is one of the main tools we use in our arsenal, we wanted to see just how well this new software worked and took it on a test drive to compare it directly with its predecessor.
Thermaltake and BMW’s DesignworksUSA have teamed up again to develop the first Level 10 product that isn’t a case. The Level 10 M is an ambitious mouse that combines passive cooling, unusual looks, and high-end mouse features. Read on and see if this artistic laser gaming mouse is right for you!
Thermaltake recently launched the Toughpower Grand Platinum 700W and 600W power supplies. These PSUs are 80 PLUS Platinum certified, which means they are up to 94% efficiency. When it comes to features, they have a massive single +12V rail, modular cable design, and a patented 14cm flower-shape fan with FanDelayCool Technology. Today we will be having a look at the Toughpower Grand Platinum 700W, a product boasting a very long list of features and a unique appearance.
The Corsair AX860 power supply runs quiet, generates minimal heat and has earned the 80 Plus Platinum seal of approval. The Corsair AX860 is so efficient it operates without the fan even spinning at low and moderate loads. It is also fully modular, so all the power cables detach from the power supply. Read on to see how this PSU that was build with industrial grade 105C capacitors and upgraded components does when put on our load tester!
Are you looking to build a new PC and thinking about using the Mini-ITX platform? Today, Legit Reviews shows you how to create a SFF system and stay under the $650 price point. The system uses an Intel Ivy Bridge processor, a Kingston 120GB SSD, and an ASUS GeForce GTX 650 video card just to highlight a few of the main components. This system should be able to easily tackle normal usage scenarios during the work week and then switch roles to a nice gaming machine on the weekends. Read on to check out the build!