Thursday, 10 Jan 2013
At CES 2013, Buffalo has announced two new 802.11ac routers and a new dual-band USB adapter.
Belkin's Home Automation products, the WeMo, @TV Plus, and the AC1200 Router, will be available by the end of January 2013.
Canon adds four new PIXMA AIO printers into their line-up at CES 2013. The new models focuses on ease of use and connectivity especially when dealing with documents in the cloud, such as Google Docs and Evernote.
The new Phantom 630 high performance modular full tower comes in matte black, gun metal, or white.
In addition to unveiling ARES II Graphics Card and ROG RAIDR Express SSD, Qube with Google TV Media Streamer, and PA249Q ProArt and VG248QE Fast Gaming Monitors, ASUS has also announced the WL-330NUL Pocket Router – the world’s smallest router that gives easy wireless connectivity to travelers.
Although Corning is known for Gorilla Glass, they also introduced glass-based optical cables at CES this year. Optical Cables by Corning will make its way into retail shelves for those who require ultra-long Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 cables.
The 24-inch PA249Q ProArt is ideal for those who require a professional-grade monitor, while the 24-inch VG248QE monitor is designed for high-performance gaming. Read on for more details.
US-based system builder Digital Storm has unveiled Aventum II, their new PC chassis with customized liquid cooling system that features nickel plated copper piping. The chassis also boasts of a control board that controls up to 22 cooling fans via an exclusive application.
Corning's Gorilla Glass is now tougher against scratches and impact. Just how much tougher can it get? Catch the product demonstration brought to you from Corning's booth at CES 2013.
Besides its iM1836 interchangeable lens Android camera, Polaroid announced two Android 4.1 tablets at CES 2013. It also has a kids-friendly tablet which is available now at US$150.