Here's a handy link to all our content from CES 2007 - highlighted items are rather unmissable...
First stories are at the bottom, latest stories at the top. Links open in a new window.
- Crysis update from CES
Crytek has unveiled more details from its upcoming FPS, Crysis, at this year's CES. There are new videos, developer commentaries, interviews and screenshots. Oh yes!
- Samsung turns 2007 into 3000 (to 1)
We reported at the kickoff of CES that Samsung was hitting 3000:1 contrast ratios. Is it real? The answer is a jaw-dropping "@(!# YES!"
- Sandisk shows off flash hard disks
Sandisk has created the world's first 32GB Flash HDD. Coming to a notebook near you?
- Panasonic releases 1080p projector
Panasonic unveiled its 1080p projector at CES this year. Impressive? Yes. $4,000 USD impressive? Quite possibly.
- Sapphire has dual-chip 1950
ATI's number one partner shows off a mammoth card that has two chips and 1GB of RAM.
- EVGA announces ACS3 line of 8800 cards
We sat down on Monday with EVGA to discuss graphics, motherboards, life, the universe, and everything. And they had a couple interesting things to say - and show.
- Corsair shows off WMD flash
PC10k memory is the order of the day at Corsair, and we also check out a WMD-a-like flash drive.
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