Of the oversized tablets at CES this year, Panasonic showed up with a 20 inch tabletop tablet sporting a Retina Display-destroying 4K resolution screen. That’s some incredibly high detail for all that porn of yours.
There are thousands and thousands of companies making a showing at this year’s CES, but one surprise appearance is by Bitcoin. The digital currency, once a thing of only hackers and underground internet drug dealers has been trying to go legit lately, and their booth at CES highlights this emergence from the dark web.
While Valve has yet to officially show off the Steam Box, hardware manufacturer Xi3 was at CES showing off a Valve-branded mini computer box called the Piston. This is very likely Valve’s Steam Box console, but neither Valve nor Xi3 were offering any more details for now.
Oh you thought you were cool with your 64gb flash drive? Later this year, Kingston will be selling this hefty 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive, so you can store every god damn thing you come across on the internet and keep it in your pocket.
Trying to stay on the curve, Netflix announced at CES that it’s adding 3D and Super HD movies to its disc library as well as 4K resolution movies to its streaming library. Granted, the number of 3D and 4K movies are really low right now, but it’s better to start now than to be last one on the bus.
You think your mobile phone or tablet processor is bad? You ain’t seen bad. Today at CES, Samsung introduced the Exynos 5 Octa, a massively powerful yet tiny 8 core processor that could make your phone the speediest computer you own.
Normally, with a brand new iPhone launch, consumers are awash in a sea of third party accessories of every kind the day the phone comes out. No so with the iPhone 5, thanks to the new Lightning connector and Apple’s stinginess on allowing companies to use the technology. So finally after all this time, there’s an iPhone 5 battery case, and it’s not from Mophie, but from iBattz.
That groundbreaking, world-changing TV that Samsung was teasing about pre-CES was finally unveiled today, and it is stunning if you’ve got the cash. It’s got an 85 inch screen, incredible 4K resolution and it sits on a minimalistic frame that hides a 120 watt 2.2 speaker system, so you can swivel the screen. Is it a TV that’s going to change the world? No, but it is pretty.
Out of all the fancy new TVs and wireless Bluetooth products at CES this year, one of the big surprises came from hardware manufacturer NVIDIA who has decided to branch out of building computer innards to make a game console. The NVIDIA Project Shield is a handheld console, with an LCD screen attached to an Xbox-like controller.
Just ahead of CES, Lenovo held a presser today to show off some of its new gadgets. One that stands alone is the IdeaCentre Horizon 27 Tablet PC. It could be just a normal touchscreen PC, but it’s also a multitouch tablet you can throw down on your coffee table for some serious web surfing, board games or other multi-player games.
Oh hell, it looks like it’s going to be a TV this year at CES as every tech company tries to wrest control of your living room. LG’s spotlight product is a 55” OLED TV that’s super sharp, super thin and will set you back about $10,000.