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    Lightbulb News : CES 2012

    CES 2012: Seagate to Showcase 4G LTE Storage, Solid State Hybrid Hard Drives



    As CES 2012 gets underway, Seagate has announced they will be showcasing their new 4G LTE storage devices and their new solid-state hybrid Momentus XT drives. They will have two Alienware M18X dual-drive laptops set up in their booth: one with two solid-state hybrid Momentus XT and the other with two 7200RPM standard hard drives. The other big new product is the Seagate GoFlex wireless drive that will feature Verizon 4G LTE service and provide internet connectivity for up to 3 devices.


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    Cooler Master has added another case to the HAF product line. The Cooler Master HAF XM is the latest iteration of the line. It is capable of handling an XL-ATX motherboard. The Cooler Master HAF XM is slightly smaller than it's predecessors, though it can still handle the latest graphics cards. It looks like it is going to be a promising case once it hits the market.

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    CES 2012: MSI Debuts Z77 Ivy Bridge Motherboards
    CES 2012: ECS Z77H2-AX Black Extreme Motherboard Spotted


    Razer has unleashed the Naga Hex gaming mouse at CES today. The new gaming mouse features everything an MOBA / action-RPG or hack slash gamer could possibly need. The Naga Hex features a 12-button thumb grid with six mechanical buttons designed for the binding of spells and abilities for invaluable commands in the heat of the action. The high performance buttons are capable of 250 clicks a minute with switches good for up to 10 million clicks. The Naga Hex also comes with an ergonomic shape and interchangeable thumb rests of varying heights to maximize comfort for the end-user. The ability to store custom mouse settings to a cloud server via Razer's Synapse 2.0 is also a welcome addition. The Razer Naga Hex will be available worldwide in March 2012 at a price of $79.99.

    Intel announced a number of advancements across its smartphone business, including a multi-year, multi-device strategic relationship with Motorola Mobility and a handset by Lenovo based on the company’s new Intel Atom processor platform. Sporting a 4.5-inch a TFT display with 720p, the Intel-powered smartphone K800 includes a 1.6GHz Medfield processor and runs on Android 4.0 OS along with Lenovo's LeOS. The phone will use Intel's 3. The phone has two cameras with the ability to do burst mode that allows individuals to capture 15 pictures in less than a second with the rear 8-megapixel camera. Several smartphones based on the new Atom processor are expected to come to market in 2012.

    Liu Jun, Lenovo senior vice president and president of Mobile Internet and Digital Home, also joined Otellini onstage to debut the Lenovo K800 smartphone based on Intel technology and running the Android* platform. Liu Jun said the K800 smartphone will be available in China in the second quarter and will run on China Unicom’s 21Mbs network. The smartphone features the low-power Intel Atom processor Z2460 with Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, support for HSPA+ with the Intel XMM 6260 Platform, and the Lenovo LeOS user interface for a localized experience in China.
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    Best idea, lets give all the news from CES here.

    Seen At CES 2012: Day One


    At the beginning of every year, tech journalists, buyers, industrialists, and a bunch of middle-aged men who don't look hip enough to know much about technology gather in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, one of the world's largest trade shows, centering around technology and consumer products. Game Informer muscled its way through the crowds to gather some of the sights and sounds of the show. Get ready, this is a weird one.


    It's hard to see from here but that guys is controlling the ball with a remote control. Remote-controlled cars, eat your carburetors out.


    One highly new innovation for this year's CES: labelmakers

    Why wouldn't you have a rodeo in the middle of Pepcom's pre-industry event?

    A good view of the show floor; 1/100th of it anyway.

    People playing Angry Birds on a TV.

    Everyone loves Hello Kitty. Why would you say goodbye to a kitty? They're so cute.

    Yeah, pretty much self explanatory.

    A beanbag for your iPad. It has needs too.

    This window is actually a touch display that's connected to the internet. Welcome to Iron Man's home.

    Is that the man in the mirror? I keep asking him to change his ways.

    People at the Motorola booth try to keep the power on.

    This is what a camera looks like after it's been tortured for information.

    Shave and a haircut, two bits.
    Get ready for some car porn.





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    Strange gadgets aren't a rarity at CES, but this processor heatsink is quite an interesting device. It's called the Cooler Master Hyper 212+ CPU heatsink, and it has a computer built into it. Behind a large fan and lots of aluminum fins for cooling down that processor in your gaming rig, there's an AMD E-350 Brazos APU on a micro motherboard. According to PC Perspective, the built-in computer has Wi-Fi, ethernet, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports.


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    Nice idea for CM to cool the whole PC inside the cooler . Screw liquid cooling, inside air conditioning FTW.

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    Nintendo shows off new Wii U at CES

    Nintendo of America is giving attendees at this year’s Consumer Electronics show some hands on time with their new gaming console, the Nintendo Wii U. The new console was first shown last summer at E3 and should be available to purchase some time on the second half of 2012.

    Although the original Wii, launched back in 2006, won over millions of casual gamers, it now faces much stronger competition from smartphones and tablets capable of playing simple games. The firm’s 3DS handheld device has done little to sway the growing phone and tablet gaming market, with poor launch sales that later forced the company to slash the device's price in an effort to boost demand.

    The most notable new feature is the new controller (below), which has a large touchscreen enabled display. In many respects it looks like a tablet, and initially seems like it would be a hindrance to gamers.



    It could prove useful for multiplayer gaming, for example, where each player would use the screen on the new controller to keep their movements secret from others. We should note that when Nintendo first announced the console it said the Wii U would only support one of their tablet controllers to be used at once. While the company hasn't officially changed their stance, rumor has it that they're working to make it technically feasible.

    For those that prefer the old controllers, Nintendo has confirmed the new console will work with the previous generation Wii remotes just fine. While the older versions are tracked by a sensor bar plugged into the unit, the new controller will have its own sensor bar built into the device, enabling it to find where the older remotes are in relation to itself and the TV being used.

    Nintendo's newest console will be further showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo hosted in Los Angeles this June and is scheduled for release sometime in the second half of 2012.

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    The story was edited for accuracy, before we had stated the Wii U would be available around June, but Nintendo's official word if only 2H/2012.

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    Seen At CES 2012: The Weird Recap


    There is a lot of hot technology on display at this year's CES. Companies like Sony, Samsung, and Toshiba all showed off how their products would integrate with one another, Razer started exploring the tablet market, and 4K TVs took the show by storm. But that's not all that was going on at CES this year. Here are some of the weirdest sights we captured from the show floor.


    The makeup effects guys from the new MIB III movie where at the show, of course!

    In the middle of the Panasonic booth, a couple girls stretched so that older men could take pictures of them with the company's newest line of cameras. You didn't know that the C in CES stood for creepy, did you?

    What do you want, an explanation for everything?

    Well, you can't always have one

    And where do you keep your tablet and smart phone?

    An iphone case for the sophisticated woman

    This guys was trying to sell us on this new technology called the fruit smoothie. We'll see if it takes off

    We like how these guys are pretending to be busy after they brought mattresses to a technology conference

    These speakers were over six feet tall. See that small flat box in the middle? That's a 50" TV.


    An official F1 racing wheel

    The ugliest chair in the world was on display at CES

    Human hamster wheel. Work for your food!

    Dance magic dance robots

    These were called Therapeutic Robots; they were being marketed to sick kids and old people

    We think that they are some kind of massaging device

    Its a video conferencing device

    We don't need to make fun of everyone. Here, you try this one on your own

    A Yo Gabba Gabba! alarm clock and Nintendo 3DS charger

    This is how CES ends; dancing robotic cats




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    Sapphire Technology was another of the companies that we were fortunate enough to spend time with in Las Vegas NV at CES 2012. While we were at their suite at the MGM Grand we were able to get some hands on time with a few of their latest products. Among them were their Intel X79 motherboard, the PURE Black X79N (PB-CI7X79N). The PURE Black X79N (PB-CI7X79N) features support for AMD CrossFireX, SuperSpeed USB 3.0, and PCIe x16 Gen 3.0. We have played with the Sapphire Pure Black series in the past and found it to be a very solid motherboard. We have high hopes for the Sapphire PURE Black X79N Motherboard.


    That wasn't all that Sapphire had to show off, we also had the opportunity to check out the Sapphire Radeon HD 7970 3GB GDDR5. The base version of the Sapphire Radeon HD 7970 is simply the reference design.I don't doubt we will see a non-reference design Radeon HD 7970 or two from Sapphire in the time to come! Legit Forums



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    In-Win XFrame Limited Edition Case Pictures From CES 2012


    In-Win was at CES 2012 showing off their limited edition, blue anodized open-frame chassis called the XFrame. This case has an innovative design that will likely be loved or hated for obvious reasons. In-Win told us that they are receiving mixed feelings about the case from people at the show, which confirms our suspicions.



    THe case reminds of the Antec Skeleton chassis as it brought open air concept cases to the mainstream market. It looks like In-Win is trying to do the same with the XFrame, so we'll have to keep an eye on how it does.



    We like how this case has a removable motherboard tray, but it does lack a way to easily mount radiators for water cooling kits and cooling fans. This case has some pretty obvious pros and cons, but we like the XFrame as it is different. You can see eight more pictures of this case in the forums by following the link below.
    The aluminum construction makes the XFrame exceptionally light, yet strong, while the 329 x 518 x 408mm (13 x 20.4 x 16.1inch) size means it's also exceptionally portable compared to other 8-PCI slot , ATX PC chassis. The dual-layer design has dedicated space for up to six 3.5" drives and two 5.25" drives in total, as well as up to E-ATX motherboards, full-length (12") graphics cards and ATX power supplies, while the removeable handles and front ports offer a variety of customizations depending on users needs, giving it ample upgradeability for a huge variety of PC builds. Never miss out on using the convenient motherboard pin-outs either, as the XFrame includes two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and HD audio front panel connectors.
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