CES - Zeus - Day 2 At CES
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Day two and CES has now come and gone and it was a good one. We met with many companies and saw a ton of new stuff. Make sure you check out both Howdy's Day Two coverage as well as Fujitsu's Day Two. These guys have posted up some great information about CoolerMaster, Black Diamond Advanced Technology, Seagate, D-Link, Thermaltake and Sandisk. They left me to clean up with Pyramat, Guitammer, Razer, A-Data and a few others. If you want to just look at pictures, Check out the gallery here:
A-Data has come a long way from their humble OEM beginnings , and in fact should be considered a major player in the enthusiast market. They have memory products that range in speed from DDR400 up to DDR2-1066. They have flash products for all the mobile devices. Their product line includes 4GB Flash drives, SD Cards, and even 4GB Mini-SD cards. They also have 16GB USB Flash drives, and offer nifty technologies with their flash drives such as Fingerprint security, Solar Recharging and LCD displays. They have a major selection of these products with only more to come.
One thing that I managed to catch a glimpse of on the way out of the booth was their Solid State Storage Device. They are going to launch 2.5" Laptop drives in capacities of up to 128GB. We will keep you posted on those products as they become available in Canada and the USA.
Guitammer and their ButtKicker Gamer has been around for a while, and they are featuring several newer products including the Buttkicker LFE kit. This kit is all about bringing vibration and enhanced bass to the Home Theater. Although we didn't manage to snag any pictures from their booth there will be some new content and products coming our way for reviews. This will be very interesting to compare to other companies gaming chairs such as Pyramat.
Pyramat is a relatively new name to the industry, but they have been making a name for themselves with their new Wireless Gaming Rocker. This chair incorporates speakers, a sub, and wireless and wired inputs for enjoying games, music and entertainment from a wide variety of sources. Input devices include iPod, standard MP3 players, Consoles and even computers. This chair on display below is geared toward console gamers, but Pyramat has stated that they are working on a dedicated computer version what will sit up off the floor like a regular office chair. I am a computer gamer - not a console gamer, so I am looking forward to this addition to the lineup.
Pyramat Gaming Lounger
Pyramat Gaming Lounger
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