CES Day 2 - Jason "Fujitsu" Schneider - Razer, A-Data and Sandisk Coverage

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Razer, A-Data and Sandisk Coverage


Razer was one of our last stop of the day, and we were able to get a close look at their new products.



In the pictures above (Left), we've got the Razer Mako 2.1 Speakers. Both the speakers and the sub are all down-firing, and this really gives them a great sound. This was the first time that I'd heard these speakers, and I was really impressed. Keep an eye out for these speakers, as they will undoubtedly be making news when they hit the retail market, also if you have a chance to demo a set in a store, make sure you do. 



We stopped by and took a look at A-Data's lineup of products, most notably they were showcasing their line of Ram, SSD Hard drives, as well as their flash drive lineup.



In the two pictures above we've got a nice-looking red 4GB kit of DDR2-800 (Right), and a 2GB kit of DDR3-1600. If you refer back to the Thermaltake coverage you will notice that in their Quad-Crossfire system they are using the 4GB kit of DDR2 of memory.


In the above pictures (left), you can see A-Data's SSD Hard drive offerings.



In the pictures above (Left), you will see that A-Data is releasing a line of products that are aimed at the Asus EEE PC, which are all made to match the color of the EEE PC, as well as add extra storage. 



We were able to sit down with the folks at Sandisk and get a nice close look at their new products. Like I had mentioned yesterday, their big releases for CES 2008 was their new 12GB MicroSD card, their SSD hard drive line of products, the Cruzer Titanium Plus flash drive that includes online backup of your data, and the new Sandisk TakeTV.

Another notible mention goes to the Sandisk Sansa Clip, which is has increased capacity from 2GB to a 4GB model. The Sandisk Sansa View has also been increased from their top 16GB model to a 32GB model, which is a big capacity for a flash based MP3 player. The 32 GB Sansa View has a MSRP of $349.99, and the 4GB Sandisk Clip has a MSRP of $79.99.

We've got a bit more coverage of Sandisk in our first day of CES coverage, you can check it out over here. 

That wraps up my Day 2 coverage.  In the meantime, make sure you check out our Daily CES Coverage section as well as our Daily updated CES Gallery.