Friday, 13 Jan 2012
900Mbps Wireless 802.11n routers are just about making their appearance, but guess what? 1300Mbps Wireless 802.11ac based routers have started to pop up at the CES show, though they are still a long way from retail. Buffalo was one such vendor teasing the crowd with their prototype.
While all major TV brands have long adopted their own Smart TV platforms, it's only this year where we're seeing a major shift in remote controller designs to accommodate their new platforms. We check out what the big four brands were up to in CES 2012.
Available in 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8-drive versions, the new series is powered by a dual-core Intel Atom processor with 1GB DDR3 RAM (upgradeable to 3GB), and is compatible with Windows, Linux/UNIX, and the Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
Ferrari notebooks and phones by Acer aren't enough to keep up with your need for speed? How about officially licensed Ferrari headphones, earphones and speaker docks? Check them out after the jump.
Offering an effective 16 megapixels pixel resolution, the EX-ZR200 features a 12.5x optical super high zoom with in-built 24mm wide angle lens and comes with Casio's new Rapid Shutter feature.
It looks like AMD isn't going to sit quietly by as Intel steps up their plans to conquer the ultra-thin-and-light segment of the notebook market. AMD will be introducing what they call "Ultrathins" (a US$500 direct response to Intel's Ultrabooks) which run on AMD's Trinity processor chips.
AMD's Fusion is ready to tackle consumer electronics devices and that's exactly what AMD showed us in their meeting room at CES with AMD APU based tablets running Windows 8 and an Android ICS x86 port. Plus, there's even a TV powered by an APU too.
Ever thought you could use a good hassle-free outdoor speaker system when you've gatherings? Soul Electronics addresses this with the Party in a Box, an all-in-one (huge) wireless speaker system with 8 speakers and all the features you'll need to conduct your mobile events.
For those that require their HDMI cables to extend beyond standard lengths, you'll need to use an HDMI repeater to achieve the distance required reliably. But now, a company demonstrates a straightforward solution using a point-to-point optical cable.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
Altec Lansing's latest LIVE 5000 speaker system comes built-in with Wi-Fi for accessing music in the internet and home network. It also allows users to control playback using iOS and Android devices wirelessly through Wi-Fi.