NVISION 08 is a first-of-its-kind mega-event that has been designed to take attendees behind the scenes of the visual revolution. Legit Reviews is already at the show to bring you coverage, so we headed over to the venue and took a peak at what the show will be like. If you happen to have some free time this week you should consider checking out the event. General admission is only $10 to get in and registration is still open.
Every year during IDF you can rest asured the Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) gang is close by with their own private technology showcase that is housed at a local hotel. We had a chance to sit down with Pat Moorhead, AMD’s vice president of advanced marketing, to see why he considers ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics superior to the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500.
One of the most anticipated SATA Solid State Drives (SSD) to come to market has been the upcoming series by Intel. During a briefing at IDF yesterday we found out some more details on these drives and actually have an non-working engineering sample to take home with us. Read on to see the features on the Intel Solid State Drives and see what they look like inside!
Pat Gelsinger was on stage and kicked off IDF 2008 by giving the audience an overview of this year’s show. Pat Gelsinger is going to talk about Digital Enterprise and Mobility this afternoon, so he handed things over to former CEO Craig Barrett to get the ball rolling. Read on to see what was talked about at the opening keynote!
The 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit hosted by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) at the Los Angeles Convention Center July 15-17, 2008 is going well and we bring you some of our day two coverage. We stopped by and took a look at the newly released Toshiba Intel Centrino 2 based notebooks, some console coolers by the folks and Nyko and ended up having a Taco with Sony at King Taco down the street from the convention center.
The 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit hosted by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) at the Los Angeles Convention Center July 15-17, 2008 has officially kicked off and Legit Reviews is there to bring you some show coverage. The 2008 E3 is an invitation-only event that offers you an inside view of the gaming industry, so read on as we show you what is going on at the event with this our initial coverage.
Many of our readers have been giving very positive feedback on our aggressive coverage of the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show. To keep up with the demand of our readers, we would not be giving proper coverage of CES without showing what many would consider the best part: The Booth Babes!!! Look on to check out the booth babes that we could locate on the show floor!
BlueAnt Wireless announced at CES Las Vegas 2008 that they would be launching the latest and most innovative Bluetooth Headset they have to offer – the BlueAnt V1. As the world’s first voice controlled Bluetooth headset, the BlueAnt V1 is destined to appeal to those looking for something a little more sophisticated from their Bluetooth device. Read on to take a look at this Bluetooth headset!
Dell was showing off their latest gaming products during CES and had a couple really interesting systems that we can show off today. The Dell XPS 630i series is going to be an entry level XPS gaming system and the Dell XPS M1730 World of Warcraft edition notebook are sure to keep gamers talking all year long. Read on to check out these two systems!
Trust is a “new” peripheral manufacturer on the block which offers products similar to that of Logitech. I put the word new in quotes because they aren’t really new, just new to the states. Where are they from and what do they offer? Find the answers to your burning questions in the article.
The AMD Phenom Processor has had its fair share of problems lately and we all know about them, but Intel is loving every second of it. We spotted one Intel employee that asked not to be named or shown wearing a T-Shirt under his sport coat that had a very interesting print on it. Read on to see what not many other people have had the chance to take a look at.
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.