Monday, 7 Jan 2013
Built with the newly developed image processing engine "GI" which supports the latest Wi-Fi and USB 3.0 interfaces, the ScanSnap iX500 desktop scanner comes with the ability to scan and save information directly from the scanner with their smartphones or tablets over the local Wi-Fi network, eliminating the use of a PC.
Sporting a slim design with a 13.3-inch 1600 x 900 AH-IPS panel protected by Gorilla Glass for a wide viewing angle, the ThinkVision LT1423p Mobile Monitor Touch is ideal for a second display, especially for complementing non-touch devices with touch functionality.
On top of the notebooks, desktops, and monitors which HP has already announced, the company is also introducing the HP Pocket Playlist at CES 2013.
NVIDIA has just announced details of its GRID platform that enables the graphical prowess of the Kepler GPU to be harnessed by cloud technology and delivered to remote locations without the need for high-end discrete graphics solutions.
It seems that HP's focus at CES this year is monitors. The tech company has released multiple models and ranges at the event. The units differ in size which ranges from 20-inch to 27-inch and there is even one which hooks up via USB.
We first heard about GeForce Experience a month ago and today, NVIDIA's CEO has demoed it at a press conference with further emphasis of creating a better PC gaming experience for anyone without worry of game settings or driver details.
HP will be introducing a slew of notebooks, as well as three consumer desktops, at CES 2013. Read on to find out more.
GoldenEar will celebrate its third CES Show with the introduction of two new loudspeakers: the Triton Seven, a high-resolution tower loudspeaker and its most affordable Triton series speaker yet, and the SuperSat 60/60C, a larger, more powerful version of the SuperSat 50/50C.
Whirlpool is showcasing its new Bluetooth-enabled CoolVox refrigerator that is touted to bring smart connectivity to kitchen appliances. The CoolVox fridge is able to stream music with aid from an application loaded on a smartphone, tablet or any supported Bluetooth-enabled device.
The new Headphone:X technology from DTS aims to recreate home theater surround sound for regular headphones. The technology will try to externalize the audio so that listeners perceive it to be coming from outside the speakers.