Subject: Shows and Expos | March 3, 2009 - 02:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ASUS, a leader in innovative industrial design, today presented the new U and UX Series, a new range of notebooks that celebrate contemporary styling and effortless elegance. Each of them a masterpiece so immensely desirable, the U and UX Series takes modern day computing to the streets, bringing delight to the users' senses and allowing them to work or play in style.
Immaculate Design for the Discerning Individual
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 16, 2009 - 12:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Just about every possible CES 2009 display and booth has been captured from every angle. We have seen spotlighted vendors and broad highlights, even shots of a nearby and totally unrelated expo. Finish up the last of the show with Big Bruin and their take on the most fun electronics at the show.
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 15, 2009 - 03:19 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CES 2009 may technically be over, but the sneak peeks and highlights from the show are still coming. Legit Reviews has just posted a compilation of what they thought were the best displays from names you may not be familiar with. You won't see Corsair or nVIDIA, instead you will see iMini Pets, Real-View 3D and Anybots. Don't miss out.
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 14, 2009 - 12:17 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The MSI table had a lot to show off at the recent CES. There were two new lines of laptops, the X-Slim series, which bears a strong resemblance to the Macbook Air. Thanks to the 8 cell battery, you can expect up to 10 hours of run time before you run out of juice. The G series is the polar opposite, weight and battery life are sacrificed in order to make these notebooks attractive to gamers. Breaking 10,000 in 3DMark06 isn't top shabby for a notebook. Think Computers also saw so
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 13, 2009 - 12:11 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Reporting 'live, as it happens', especially at an electronics trade show, does have some drawbacks. You benefit from the feeling of being there and capturing the moment and get to see a lot of cool new kit for the first time without waiting for a full write up. That quickness does tend to make the reporting a little more shallow since there simply isn't time to full cover all the details. Ars Technica has revisited a lot of what they covered at CES in a more indepth fashion, which you can see h
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 12, 2009 - 12:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If the videos that Ryan posted over the weekend still haven't satisfied your desire to see everything that was on display at CES 2009, follow the links below and you can pretty much be guaranteed to have caught as much coverage as is humanly possible. You can start off by taking a look at the current tablet for the OLPC project as captured by The Tech Report. It isn't a powerful gaming laptop by any means, it's a fairly simple Atom based tablet with a 60GB hard drive that only weighs 2.8lbs, perfect for a child
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 9, 2009 - 12:45 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
One of the biggest headaches for tech innovation right now has to be the economic downturn. Not just because their own jobs may be in danger but also because buying new luxury items really isn't at the top of most people lists. The gang at CES 2009 is soldiering on regardless, bringing all the newest toys, gadgets and tools to show off. Many displays are toned down compared to last year; but there is still a wide variety to see. Check out AnandTech's highlights here.
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 8, 2009 - 03:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Think Computers had a chance to drop by the CES before CES, known as the Digital Experience. It's a slimmed down version of CES, where the represented companies only show off the newest, as yet unseen products, leaving the already announced items for CES proper. Head over for four pages of new kit you have never seen in the wild until now.
Subject: Shows and Expos | January 7, 2009 - 03:45 PM | Ryan Shrout
ASUS definitely isn't sitting on its hands with this whole "Eee" branding thing. While we have in the past poked fun at the company's desire to put the Eee moniker on just about ANYTHING they could paint white, at CES yesterday ASUS showed off quite a few interesting new products in various stages of development. The most exciting was probably the Eee Keyboard PC - a fully functioning computer in a stylized keyboard that has an iPhone-sized touch pad on the right hand side where the number pad would usually be located. The back of the unit has connections like Ethernet, DVI/V