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All Posts Tagged With: "CES 2011"

High Tech Spyder Gaming Hub: New Game Storage Solution from Atlantic

High Tech Spyder Gaming Hub

If you need to organize your growing game gears, Atlantic offers a sleek solution for you, thanks to its new High Tech Spyder Gaming Hub. Offered in a black metallic powder coated steel finish, the Sypder combines a steel frame structure with storage for games, consoles and accessories to form a high tech platform for up to a 40 inch flat panel TV up to 90 lbs. Constructed from 12 large parts, Spyder takes less than 30 minutes to assemble. Expected to be available in March, Atlantic’s Spyder will retail for $129.

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Samsung Touch Control for Smart TVs

Samsung Touch Control for Smart TVs

Samsung Touch Control for Smart TVs is the last Samsung‘s TV accessories that were showcased at the 2011 CES last week. Featuring 3-inch LCD, the Touch Control (model RMC30D1) allows you to watch TV programs, or any content playing on the TV from Blu-ray/DVD player, on the remotes’ screen when you’re not in the front of the TV. And when paired with select premium Samsung TVs, the Touch Control’s multi display feature lets users continue to watch TV on the screen even while a Blu-ray is being played on the TV. Inspired by Samsung’s smart phone design, the RMC30D1 can access Samsung Apps, such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, even when the TV is off (home wireless network required).
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Samsung’s TV Camera for Skype Video Chat (model CY-STC1100)

Samsung TV camera (model CY-STC1100)

Along with the 3D active glasses and its wireless charger, Samsung also previewed the TV camera (model CY-STC1100) at the recent CES in Las Vegas. The Skype-certified HD TV camera transforms Samsung TVs into large-screen, living room videophones. The CY-STC1100 features a built-in HD sensor (720p at 30 fps), auto focus to keep the subject in-focus even when shifting positions, four high-fidelity microphones to capture voice at up to 13 feet away with ambient noise, and advanced HD video encoding. Simply plug the USB cable into the TV and attach the TV camera to the back of the TV using the camera’s magnets. Coming with slim design, the camera blends well with even the thinnest Samsung TVs. A flexible camera neck wraps around the top of the TV, easily allowing the user to adjust the lens position and identify the perfect shooting angle.
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New Video Eyewear novero Madison

Video Eyewear novero Madison

Premiered at the recent CES in Las Vegas, the new video eyewear novero Madison allows you to be immersed in a full-sized viewing experience equal to watching a 30” display 6 feet in front of you. Compatible with any portable video players, such as mobile phones and iPods, the Madison also comes with its own handheld media player. The stylish video eyewear equipped with two OLED displays and features intuitive menu which can be controlled with buttons on the media player. Coming with nVision software for both Windows and MAC computers, Madison allows you to easily import video files and organize your favorite TV show episodes, movies and video clips. All videos are automatically converted to a format that is optimized for Madison’s screen size and resolution.

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Xi3 Z3RO Modular Device

 Xi3 Z3RO Modular Device

Xi3 Z3RO is a modular device that allows anyone to simultaneously share the power and functionality of an Xi3 Modular Computer with up to three additional people. It can be permanently or semi-permanently mounted to an Xi3 Modular Computer or attached to a table, desk, monitor or just about anything, thanks to the SLID3™ Interlocking Technology™ system. Measuring 4.9375 X 3.625 X 1.6875 inches and weighing 11.52 ounces, an Xi3 Z3RO is connected to an Xi3 Modular Computer via a USB cable that can be up to 15 feet long. Displayed at the recent CES along with the Xi3 Z3RO, the Xi3 Modular Computer is a small cube-like computer that is completely modular in nature and measures less than 4 inches per side.

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XPAND YOUNIVERSAL 3D Glasses by Gigodesign Studio

XPAND YOUNIVERSAL 3D Glasses by Gigodesign Studio

XPAND YOUNIVERSAL 3D Glasses will begin shipping in April 2011 and will communicate with Infrared, Bluetooth, Radio Frequency and DLP-Link. Designed by Gigodesign studio, the new YOUNIVERSAL series 3D electronic eyewear uses a specialized smart phone app for iPhone and Android, and can be optimized to address the fact that every human’s eyes and facial structure are unique and that each user’s viewing requirements and environment are different. Available in black, gray and red in male and female sizes, XPAND YOUNIVERSAL also offers comfort and style.

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Alienware Aurora 3D Desktop Says Hello to Gamers

Alienware Aurora Desktop

Powered by the second-generation Intel quad-core processors with Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 and hyper-threading technology, the Alienware’s new Aurora system is the Alienware’s first MicroATX desktop with full 3D HD capability and liquid-cooled CPUs (3D-capability requires an optional 120Hz 3D capable LCD display, NVIDIA 3D Vision Kit and a NVIDIA graphics card. Designed for gaming environment, the Aurora systems is available this month with starting price of $1,799.

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ASUS Eee Slate EP121 Runs Windows 7

ASUS Eee Slate EP121

Don’t you think ASUS leaving Windows platform in the corner? Please take a look at the Eee Slate EP121. Designed for users who need to work with standard office software, the EP121 runs Windows 7 Home Premium and ensures full compatibility with a wide range of popular applications controlled by flexible input options including external Bluetooth keyboard and capacitive stylus. Powered with an Intel Core i5 dual-core processor, the Eee Slate features a 12.1” LED-backlit display with a 1280 x 800 resolution and a wide 178° viewing angle.

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