Wednesday, 8 Jan 2014
Lenovo's smartphone division continues to grow, and at CES 2014, it announced a new flagship smartphone, the 5.5-inch Full HD Vibe Z. The Vibe Z is Lenovo's first LTE smartphone, and utilizes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB RAM. It also has a 5MP wide-angle front-facing camera for better selfies.
Tt eSPORTS will be exhibiting a barrage of new gaming products, including keyboards, mice, and headsets, at the CES 2014. The sub-brand of Thermaltake that's catered to gamers has also updated its legacy peripherals.
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If things go according to NVIDIA’s plans, cars could get a lot better with the NVIDIA Tegra K1. Read on to uncover how this Kepler-based chip may possibly be at the heart of your car’s electronics.
After two year's of work, Razer has unveiled Project Christine at CES 2014. Project Christine is a concept design for a modular PC so simple that anyone would be able to assemble it.
Mushkin has unveiled the refreshed FrostByte heatsink for Blackline and Redline memory modules.
On the camcorder front at CES, Canon has followed up last year's Legria Mini creative camcorder with the Mini X. Two new Legria HF camcorders are also unveiled.
At CES 2014, JVC has announced the GZ-R70 and GZ-R10 rugged camcorders.
In addition to Raptor gaming gear, Graphite and Obsidian chassis, and cooling solutions, Corsair has also introduced the Flash Voyager Go USB 3.0 flash drive.
Corsair has announced cooling solutions such as AX1500i, a DSP-based PC power supply featuring Corsair Link Monitoring and Customization, as well as its Hydro Series H105 Liquid CPU Cooler.